Alpha and Omega

Alpha and Omega

Director: Anthony Bell, Benjamin Gluck Cast: Justin Long, Hayden Panettiere

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Two mismatched wolves embark on a cross-country quest to get back home and restore peace in their pack after being relocated thousands of miles away by well-meaning park rangers. Quick-witted Humphrey (voice of Justin Long) likes to frolic with friends and play video games with squirrels; disciplined Kate (voice of Hayden Panettiere) likes to call the shots and hunt caribou. Normally, an omega wolf like Humphrey would never stand a chance with an alpha wolf like Kate, but when they're both transported halfway across the country they must work together to get back to their natural habitat. And it won't be easy either, because the one thing Humphrey and Kate can agree on is that they don't have anything in common. Perhaps by working together toward a common goal, however, the two contentious traveling companions will finally realize that even lone wolves can use a helping paw every once in a while. Christina Ricci, Danny Glover, Dennis Hopper, and Larry Miller also supply voices for the Crest Animation production, helmed by Anthony Bell and Ben Gluck from a script by Chris Denk.

Product Details

Release Date: 01/11/2011
UPC: 0031398129431
Original Release: 2010
Rating: PG
Source: Lions Gate
Region Code: 1A
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound, Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:18:00
Sales rank: 77,368

Special Features

"Log Sliding" interactive game; "Wolves in the Wild" featurette; The alpha of animation; Voicing the wolves; From alpha to omega; Deleted scene; Personality test; Animal fun facts trivia

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Justin Long Humphrey
Hayden Panettiere Kate
Dennis Hopper Tony
Danny Glover Winston
Larry Miller Marcel
Christina Ricci Lilly
Eric Price Paddy/Mooch
Vicki Lewis Eve
Chris Carmack Garth
Brian Donovan Salty
Kevin Sussman Shakey
Maya Felteimer Bear Cub
Christine Lakin Reba
Marilyn Tokuda Claws,Janice
Eric Lopez Can-do
Paul Nakauchi Hutch
Bitsie Tulloch Sweets
Mela Lee Candy
Nika Futterman Porccupine
Fred Tatasciore Garn
Mindy Sterling Debbie
Steve Vinovich Park Ranger
Marcelo Tubert Max
Toby Huss Truck Stop Employee
Jason Ortenberg Squirrel #1
Andrew Ortenberg Squirrel #2

Technical Credits
Anthony Bell Director
Benjamin Gluck Director
Chris P. Bacon Score Composer
Joseph L. Campana Editor
Chris Denk Screenwriter
Daniel Engelhardt Production Manager
Jay Faires Musical Direction/Supervision
Paula Fairfield Sound/Sound Designer
Noah Fogelson Executive Producer
Mike Hodgson Set Decoration/Design
Chinnadurai Jaykumar Special Effects Supervisor
Ken Katsumoto Producer
Helena Collins Liuag Production Manager
Max Madhavan Executive Producer
Tracy McKnight Musical Direction/Supervision
Rebecca Palatnik Production Manager
Michael Paseornek Executive Producer
Seemha Ramanna Executive Producer
Richard Rich Producer
Steve Moore Original Story,Producer,Screenwriter
Donald A. Towns Art Director
Bernie Van De Yacht Casting
Timothy Yoo Associate Producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Alpha and Omega
1. Becoming An Alpha [4:32]
2. Stampede [4:13]
3. The Hungry Pack [3:42]
4. Unite the Packs [3:27]
5. Moonlight Howl [4:12]
6. Garth Is Great [3:49]
7. Captured [3:34]
8. A New Home [3:40]
9. Idaho [3:31]
10. Truck Ride [3:13]
11. Keep Searching [2:35]
12. Uh-Oh [3:24]
13. Grab My Tail [2:13]
14. Another Way [3:46]
15. Never Seen a Wolf [3:09]
16. Need a Ride? [2:41]
17. Pretty Good Team [2:58]
18. Bonjour! [3:18]
19. We're Home [3:51]
20. Welcome Back Humphrey [2:57]
21. A Wedding [3:01]
22. Take the Valley [2:55]
23. Wanted to Tell You [4:15]
24. End Credits [8:46]

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Alpha and Omega 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
SunPaw More than 1 year ago
one of the best movies, i am thinking about getting the book version, the voices of the wolves are really good, and well matched to their personality. plotline is sort of a combination of romeo and juliet (and a little bit of Bolt). The part where they wolves get up and dance like humans was a little weird but funny, pros: really fun, cool, wolfy (I love wolves!), funny, and has good plotline and charaters, kids and adults will enjoy this, wolves have fur that sort of looks like hair which i find funny and cool. cons: has some throw-up and pee humor. I recommend this movie for ages 8-12 and up. and i think kids will learn that you should have fun.