Ham III, the grandson of the first chimp astronaut, is blasted off into space by an opportunity-seeking senator. Soon, the fun-loving chimp has to get serious about the mission at hand; ...
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Ham III, the grandson of the first chimp astronaut, is blasted off into space by an opportunity-seeking senator. Soon, the fun-loving chimp has to get serious about the mission at hand; ridding a far-away planet of their nefarious leader. Fortunately for Ham III, two of his simian peers are along for the ride. Written by
A laptop computer used by Comet sports a banana logo on the top, an obvious chimp parody of Apple computers. See more »
The chimps are shown flipping switches and controlling the rocket during the launch, which would not happen as the rocket would be fully automated (as were the rockets that NASA used to launch chimpanzees in the 1950s). See more »
Chimps don't leave chimps behind.
Yeah, but here's an idea: let's leave him.
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I can say for most viewers in my cinema by their -sighs-, that Space Chimps was a led down. Although SOME bits were "almost" half-funny, most of the movie was portrayed through dull characters and not such a good storyline.
The disappointing thing was, that this movie could of had so much more to give and un-tapped potential, but instead was just a let down for me.
Personally, this movie would not be entertaining for most people above the age of 15+, yet more for families with their little kids.
Overall, it was a mediocre, and should be viewed by either kids, or people that like repeated jokes, and already used story lines. Rated 5/10
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