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One of the characters fall in love with the only female member of the crew. They do flirt a little bit in the movie.


We see space galleons firing upon other outer space ships (that all look like old galleons but with a futuristic spin) with cannons, laser blasts and laser shots from small laser guns (and we then see that it's all just from a book that young Jim is reading). During this, some characters strike others.


There is a line stolen from Star Trek "Dangit, I'm a astrophysicist, not a doctor", Uses of "stupid", "shutup"


Some depictions/uses of alcohol used in the film as well as some smoking.


Lots of awkward looking alien creatures, many which are scary looking, and meant to be scary.

A star goes supernova and the crew must react and try to outrun its damaging effects on their ship. During this, Jim saves Silver when the latter is knocked off the ship and huge pieces of matter nearly hit them and the ship. The star then turns into a black hole and their ship is being sucked toward it. Jim is told to secure the crewmembers' lifelines, but Scroop cuts one of them, sending a crewmember to his presumed death (we see him "fall" away from the ship until he disappears).

Overall Rating: 14/40

Rated PG for adventure action and peril

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