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“Foodfight!” is a 2012 computer animated children’s film produced by Threshold Animation Studios and directed by Larry Kasanoff, who is also known for producing the film adaption of the video game series Mortal Kombat. The film has received negative criticism for the animation, voice acting, CGI, and extreme product placement and was panned by critics, and the budget has been in question as well, and is estimated to be $65,000,000, but the film has gained a cult following along with other films such as The Room
The movie was in production in 2002 and was planned to be released the same year, but due to production problems, copyright issues, and someone stealing hard-drives that containted the original film in what the director called an act of “industrial espionage”, it was pushed back to a 2012 release date, when the film was released, it was a huge flop at the box office, grossing only $73,706 US Dollars
On February 26th 2014, Jon Jafari, best known on the internet as JonTron, uploaded a video of him reviewing the movie onto YouTube, the video currently has 1,702,484 views as of April 23rd 2014, the movie started growing a cult following after the video was uploaded
Doug Walker, also known as the Nostalgia Critic on the internet, also uploaded a video of him reviewing the movie onto YouTube on April 9th 2014, again, the video currently has 427,807 views as of April 23rd 2014 and the movie’s cult following grew a little more after his review was uploaded to YouTube
On September 10th, Cartoon Brew reported  that Universal was partnering with Threshold Animation Studios, the studio whom produced Foodfight, to direct more direct-to-video CGI movies