Looney Tunes’ iconic tornado spinning and grunting Tasmanian Devil is back with an all-new original family movie. Get ready for the comedic and touching adventure that proves every misfit can be a hero.
After an outlaw abducts her father and steals their town’s food supply, a feisty adolescent Bandicoot named Quinn recruits The Tasmanian Devil to help her find the thief. Taz may be an ill-tempered rogue with a fearsome reputation, but he and Quinn will have to work together to track the criminal through the wilds of Tasmania and save her community.
Taz: Quest For Burger features the familiar voice talents of Steve Blum as Taz, Hadley Gannaway as Quinn, Eric Bauza as Sid/Bandicoot Friend, Ian James Corlett as Dad/Bill, Ely Henry as Aristotle, Piotr Michael as Lou/Stan, Kevin Michael Richardson as Butch/Emo, Jon Luke Thomas as Ned/Sam, James Urbaniak as Rocky, and Kari Wahlgren as Melanie/Koala. The film is Directed by Ryan Kramer from a teleplay by Bryan Condon. Mark Marek serves as Producer. Sam Register serves as Executive Producer.
This ine is aimed strictly at kids. The animation style is, we’re afraid, rather simplistic, and is the first Warner Bros. animation we can recall that uses vector animation instead of the more traditional cel animation. The script seems solid enough, but the visuals appear rushed. None the less, if you can turn off that part of your brain that cares about visual quality, it could still be a fun watch.
The release of TAZ: QUEST FOR BURGER on Digital from Warner Bros. Discovery Home Entertainment happens on June 6, 2023.
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