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Over the Hedge (2006)

Animation, Adventure, Comedy |

Over the Hedge is a American computer-animated comedy film based on the United Media comic strip of the same name. Produced by DreamWorks Animation and distributed by Paramount Pictures, which acquired the live-action DreamWorks studio the same year, the film was directed by Tim Johnson and Karey Kirkpatrick (the latter in his directorial debut), from a screenplay by Len Blum, Lorne Cameron, David Hoselton and Kirkpatrick. Featuring the voices of Bruce Willis, Garry Shandling, Steve Carell, William Shatner, Wanda Sykes and Nick Nolte, the film was released on May 19, 2006 in the United States and grossed $336 million on an $80 million budget.

After RJ (Bruce Willis), a hungry raccoon, fails to get snacks from a vending machine, he becomes so desperate that he tries to raid a large food cache belonging to Vincent (Nick Nolte), a hibernating bear. However, while trying to finish by stealing a can of “Spuddies” potato chips, he wakes Vincent and loses both the food and the wagon that it is on when a truck runs it over. Hastily, he promises to replace everything by the time Vincent reawakens in a week.

Meanwhile, a group of forest animals, led by Verne (Garry Shandling) the turtle, emerge from hibernation to find their food cache nearly empty. The animals consist of, Hammy the squirrel (Steve Carell), Stella the skunk (Wanda Sykes), oppossums Ozzie (William Shatner) and his daughter, Heather (Avril Lavigne), and porcupines Lou (Eugene Levy), his wife, Penny (Catherine O’Hara), and three children, Spike (Shane Baumel), Bucky (Sami Kirkpatrick) and Quillo (Madison Davenport). They begin foraging but find a large hedge blocking their way. Verne investigates, discovering a human residential community that confuses and frightens him.

Directors: Tim Johnson, Karey Kirkpatrick

Writers: Len Blum (screenplay), Lorne Cameron (screenplay), David Hoselton (screenplay), Karey Kirkpatrick (screenplay), Michael Fry (comic strip characters), T. Lewis (comic strip characters), Chris Poche (additional dialogue), Mike de Seve (story consultant), Eric Forsberg (additional dialogue)

Stars: Bruce Willis, Garry Shandling, Steve Carell, William Shatner, Wanda Sykes, Nick Nolte


Bruce WillisRJ (voice)
Garry ShandlingVerne (voice)
Steve CarellHammy (voice)
Wanda SykesStella (voice)
William ShatnerOzzie (voice)
Nick NolteVincent (voice)
Thomas Haden ChurchDwayne (voice)
Allison JanneyGladys (voice)
Eugene LevyLou (voice)
Catherine O’HaraPenny (voice)
Avril LavigneHeather (voice)
Omid DjaliliTiger (voice)
Sami KirkpatrickBucky (voice)
Shane BaumelSpike (voice)
Madison DavenportQuillo (voice)
Zoe RandolMackenzie (voice)
Jessica DiCiccoShelby (voice) (as Jessica Di Cicco)
Debra WilsonDebbie (voice)
Sean BishopPolice Officer (voice)
Jeannie EliasJanis (voice)
Kejon KesseTimmy (voice)
Paul ButcherSkeeter (voice)
Sean YazbeckBBQ Barry (voice)
Geoffrey PomeroyRanger (voice)
Joel McCraryDr. Dennis (voice)
Lee BienstockLunch Table Larry (voice)
Brian StepanekNugent the Dog (voice)
Steve Alterman(voice)
Erin Lander(voice)
Kirk Baily(voice)
Jordan Del Spina(voice) (as Jordan Orr)
Michaela Jill Murphy(voice) (as Jessie Flower)
Michelle RuffTalking Doll / Telephone Toy (voice)
Nicholas Guest(voice)
Greyson Spann(voice)
David Hiller(voice)
April LawrenceNavistar GPS System (voice) (as April Struebing)
Bridget Hoffman(voice)
Marcelo Tubert(voice)
Sandy Holt(voice)
Ariel Winter(voice)
Talula Holt(voice)
BoAHeather (voice) (uncredited)

Sources: imdb & wikipedia

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