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Space Warriors

3.8 out of 5 stars 52 customer reviews

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Studio: Anderson Merchandisers Lp Release Date: 06/11/2013 Starring: Dermot Mulroney Josh Lucas Director: Sean Mcnamara

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  • Actors: Dermot Mulroney, Josh Lucas
  • Format: NTSC
  • Studio: Anderson Merchandisers Lp
  • DVD Release Date: June 11, 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (52 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00BSU0FLA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #83,875 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By D. A. J. VINE VOICE on May 11, 2013
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Just saw this movie at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center where a lot of the filming was done. What a GREAT family friendly movie. Okay, the acting is "okay" and a couple pieces of the plot are out of order and yes, it is hard to figure out some people's actual job. With all that aside, it is a GREAT movie. What makes it great?
1. The entire family can enjoy it. No foul language, no mushy love scenes, and there are parts that are exciting and funny enough that even adults will have a good time.
2. The "mean kid" isn't so cruel that you hope he falls dead; yes, he is a jerk - but not too big of a bully.
3. The movie is fun, even though it's for the kids - I never felt like poking my eyes out just to make it stop, which tends to happen with movies just for kids.
4. Finally a movie for average, ordinary kids in the 6 - 12 category. This movie is safer than Space Camp (which has a bit of language), but still has cool up-to-date technology. It's just going to let kid's have a good time.

Now, don't get this movie if you are a former Space Camper and want to relive your experience - it will just make you mad. They combine activities from Space and Aviation Camp and throw in things that don't happen in any camp (including the new Robotics Camp). Don't get this movie if you are a space buff that cringes when people get things wrong - there is a LOT that is wrong, not plausible, and ridiculous even to imagine. However, if you just like space and enjoy a fun movie that allows you to defy logic (like NASA picking future astronauts based on how they do as a team at Space Camp) - then this movie is for you.

What makes it a 5 is the synergy of all the parts. Every part taken alone ranks 3 1/2 - 4; but put together the parts work just right to make this a 5. Honestly, I left the movie and came right how to pre-order the DVD.
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This was a "spin-off" of the film "Space Camp" - which was well done compared to this one: better drama, goldfish bowl - kids in space by accidental lift-off. Kids don't go into space this time. they just help out the crew to show they "have what it takes" to be "ground control.' Yea, Space Camp was better. It showed total fantasy: kids have what it takes to go into space and return safely as heros! Yay for kids! This film lagged in places. If you can find Space Camp - rent that one instead.
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I wish something that this happened to me at Space Camp.

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NASA let Space Camp offer a trip to space for the winning team of a competition. A Space Camp councilor offered the main character ( a child prodigy) and his future team a trip to space camp, but when the main character's mother found out about the winning team getting an actual trip into space she refused to let him go.The main character than claimed he was going on a fishing trip with his dad (who for one reason or another lived somewhere else (don't know if the parents were divorced or if he lived somewhere due to his work)and snuck off to space camp.He determined to win the trip to space. At the same time astronauts and cosmonauts were having a life threatening problem on the space station. An older team sabotaged the main characters team in the final event and shortly after his parents find out that he tricked them and came to get him. His space camp councilor found out about the problem on the space station and and through him the main character found out about it.The main character hatched a plan to save the astronauts and cosmonauts and told his team leader about it.The team leader started to be convinced and new someone at the mission control fore the space station and convinced him that the main character and his space camp team could help.They linked the simulators to the actual space station and robotic astronauts to do the work while the astronauts and cosmonauts conserved as much of the remaining oxygen as they could. through the robonauts and other remote controlled equipment that was linked to the space camp simulators, they bought the astronauts enough time to be rescued.Even though the older team had more points (due to them cheating in the final event), because the main character and his team did save the lives of everyone on the station they were declared the winners of the competition and where scheduled to be on an actual trip into space. The End.
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This was a pretty lame movie, even one categorized as "family" oriented. Plot was weak, script unconvincing. There were some fairly big names in the cast, so they must have really needed the work.

Even my kids got bored with it after 30 mins or so.
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I really wanted to like this movie. There is so much in it that I am predisposed to love. The cast is good, the premise is fun and it's about Space Camp. Sadly, it's written and directed like a hastily assembled after school special. It's directed with an annoying "aren't we cute?" quality that makes it hard to buy into the characters. You could drive a car through the holes in the plot, even for a sci-fantasy. If you have youngsters on the young side they may enjoy it.
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This is by no means a great movie, barely even a good movie as far as the acting and storyline go, and I hope the pricing for a new DVD is a misprint (at $3,897.89, can't they throw in the shipping for free?)...I rented it from Red Box for $1.20, new. But with all of its drawbacks, including some pretty abominable acting by the child stars, I still really enjoyed it. And I think the intended audience--the age and type of child who would be interested in attending the real Space Camp--will forgive everything else about it and just geek out on the cool introduction to what's now going on in our space program.

As Glover's character in the movie says, a bit pontifically, at one point, the space program that was formerly so robust, such a source of national pride and accomplishment, is now in danger of fading almost completely away. This is a mistake on many levels, and while this is a highly imperfect film, the one thing it manages to do very well is capture some of the essential, exciting nature of space exploration.
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