Thirteen years ago, the power-mad General Zhong seized control of Planet Bana and tore it to pieces in the process. Now splintered into hundreds of shards, Zhong is Bana's evil-overlord, ruling with an iron fist. Enter Spark, a teenage monkey and his friends, Vix, a battle-ready fox, and Chunk, a tech-savvy pig. Spark learns of Zhong's secret plan to take over the universe by capturing a giant space monster known as the Kraken - a beast that has the power to create black holes. If Zhong manages to harness the Kraken's power, he'll have history's deadliest weapon at his fingertips, and it's up to Spark and his friends to stop him. Spark's journey takes him to the farthest reaches of the universe, where he encounters great dangers and discovers the secret of his true identity. An action-packed space adventure full of humor and heart, Spark is the story of a boy who takes on great responsibility and in the process discovers his rightful place in the universe. Written by
1. Animation quality is poor, foreground action was plastic looking; background was static and flat. 2. Another example of famous actors doing voice overs that don't match the character and sound Hollywood artificial. About emotionally real as daytime game show prompted atmosphere. 3. Simplistic and predictable dialogue at a 4th grade level. 4. Really bad science and a poor way to introduce anyone to science. A mix of human, animal and bizarre made-up characters on a CGI planet that looked more like plastic than anything natural and alive. Planet breaks apart from a cyclone black hole only to emerge out of it as livable fragments. Sorry, would not even pass 6th grade science. 5. Usual plot of bad sibling wants to rule whatever is left of planet. 6. Rarely do you see IMDb give a rating below 5; this one met that rarity.
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