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When the supermarket closes at night, the contents inside come to life! The shop becomes a living world for Dex Dogtective and all other creatures inside it at night time. However, with the new Brand X coming into the store, things take a turn for the worst.
Since many of the featured brand mascots would be unfamiliar to non-American audiences, the creators thought of replacing them with other mascots for international releases, so that each country would have its own version of the movie featuring their own local brand mascots. See more »
Near the beginning, Sunshine plays with a melon ball, which is animated on the top. When the perspective switches to just behind a child's head, with Sunshine in the background, the ball passes in front of the child's head when it should go behind it. See more »
All evidence points to this animated film being contrived as a money-making scheme. "Hey, we can create a cheap CGI movie and make companies pay for the celeb voices in advance by inserting their brands in the film!"
The result is worse than crass, it's abominably bad. It's so bad that the film has been stuck in production limbo for a decade and it hasn't aged well. The CGI, the story and the one-liners (oh God, the one-liners...) all bear the mark of genuine and profound incompetence, a complete lack of even the most most rudimentary story-telling skills.
What passes for a narrative revolves around supermarket brands coming to life at night. Rex Dogtective (yeah, go ahead and try to laugh at that one), voiced by Charlie Sheen, mourns his lost love but must soon save his supermarket city from the evil, impersonal Brand X. With the help of ... ah, who cares?
Foodfight! will bore, offend and anger you at the same time, such is its unprecedented badness. Please don't watch it.
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