Titan A.E.

In the year 3043, Planet Earth has been destroyed by an alien race known as the Drej. One day, a man named Cale is approached by a man named Korso who claims that Cale's late father left Cale a map that leads to a spaceship called the Titan that can save mankind. With the Drej hot on their tail, Cale, Korso, and an assorted crew of space travelers try to find the Titan before the Drej do.

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Continuity mistake: During the movie, the tattoo on Cale's arm grows and shrinks. In some shots it is tiny, and in others it takes up nearly all of his upper arm.

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Cale: Everyday I wake up and it's still the present. The same grimy, boring present. I don't think this "future" thing of yours exists.

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Question: Before Cale starts to rebuild the ship so he can pursue Corso, he says, "Good, 'cause we launch yesterday." I have no idea what he meant by that statement.

Answer: This is what is called communication by hyperbole (or exageration). Obviously they didn't launch yet, so they couldn't have launched yesterday. He is just saying that they will launch as soon as possible.

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