A boy obsessed with 50s sci-fi movies about aliens has a recurring dream about a blueprint of some kind, which he draws for his inventor friend. With the help of a third kid, they follow it and build themselves a spaceship. Now what?
American kids go to a space camp during the summer holidays. They learn how to operate the Space Shuttle. A team consisting of a guy who just entered to meet girls, a wanna be astronaut and an instructor who wanted to go on a mission instead of teaching can sit in the Shuttle while testing the engines. Then they're launched by mistake ... Written by
Ivo Kroone <firstname.lastname@example.org>
According to Lea Thompson, because the numerous delays in filming, the cast and crew jokingly wore T-shirts saying "SpaceCramp". See more »
While they are in space, weightlessness only seems to affect their bodies, and Tish's jewelry, but not their hair which remains hanging as if gravity is still in effect. See more »
All right, who talked?
It wasn't me, Han Solo, Zach got the information from Jinx.
Max... I am not Han Solo. You are not Luke Skywalker. There's no Empire. There's no Force and there's no Dark Side!
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Walk of Life
by Mark Knopfler
Chariscourt Ltd. adm. by Almo Music Corp. in USA and Canada
Performed by Dire Straits
Courtesy of Phonogram Ltd./Warner Bros.
Records by arrangement with Warner Special Products See more »
If you want some fun for a couple of hours, you will get it. No violence, no moral lessons and nice scenes specially for those who are interested in space stuff.
This movie also feeds the curiosity of many people about a space shuttle trip, but the problem is that it was released a few months after the Challenger disaster, a sad coincidence. Of course, this episode contributed for a bad performance on the theaters even being pushed back months.
Don't expect too much in terms of plot, although i really think this is not the more important thing in movies like this one.
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