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Revolt Squad is a 1998 American animated satirical comedy film produced by TjsWorld2011 Entertainment and Pyro R. Productions for Warner Bros. Directed and co-written by TjsWorld2011 and co-written and produced by Ntpockets and Pyro R., it was the third feature film from TjsWorld2011 Entertainment, as well as the first feature film from Pyro R. Productions. In the film, a literal industry war breaks out between video game companies Midway and Sony after a story damaging the latter's reputation is released to the public. Unbeknownst to Sony, who blames Midway for its release due to its bad reputation and urges the Japanese government to escalate conflict with the United States as retaliation, the story was actually unknowingly discovered by a teenage gamer living in California. Now, he and his friends must put a stop to what they inadvertently started before it destroys the video game industry.

The film satirizes controversies surrounding video games during the mid to late 1990s. TjsWorld2011 originally conceived the idea for the plot in 1996, but kept the piece of paper that he wrote it down on in an "idea bin". Eventually, he told his co-worker Pyro R. about it, who was interested in the idea and was encouraged to help him adapt it into a film. The film's score was composed by Elliot Goldenthal.

Revolt Squad was originally released in theaters on August 21, 1998. It received mostly positive reviews from critics, admiring its story, animation, and themes, and grossed over $90.3 million worldwide over its $22 million budget. The film was later released on DVD, VHS, and LaserDisc on January 5, 1999 and on Blu-ray on August 5, 2008, nearly ten years after its original release.

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Further info: Revolt Squad: Music from the Motion Picture and Revolt Squad: Original Motion Picture Score

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The film received mostly positive reviews from critics. On Rotten Tomatoes, the film has an approval rating of 77%, with its consensus reading, "Continuing the newcomer animator TjsWorld2011's winning streak, Revolt Squad sheds some light on the state of the video game industry while serving up big laughs and impressive animation."

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Revolt Squad was released on DVD, VHS, and Laserdisc on January 5, 1999.

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