Space Chimps 2: Zartog Strikes Back follows Comet, the cool techno chimp who longs to be taken seriously as a full-fledged space chimp. Comet journeys to the fantastical Planet Malgor and ...
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Space Chimps 2: Zartog Strikes Back follows Comet, the cool techno chimp who longs to be taken seriously as a full-fledged space chimp. Comet journeys to the fantastical Planet Malgor and bonds with the adorable alien Kilowatt, living out his ultimate fantasy. However, it's time for Comet to prove himself when the feared alien ruler Zartog takes over Mission Control! Comet must show he has the right stuff, and join fellow chimps Ham, Luna and Titan, to save the day. Written by
Entertaining for young kids and for introducing them to the wonders of space.
This is quite plainly aimed at a very young audience and as such I think succeeds reasonably well. The story is imaginative and, though somewhat improbable, does make logical sense and all loose ends are eventually tied up. A few scientifically accurate astronomical details are included which should (hopefully) encourage youngsters towards furthering their knowledge of such wonders. Dialogue is clearly voiced and the humour is, I think, capable of being understood by most typical six or seven year olds. There was a family with three or four very young children sitting two rows behind me and the film seemed to hold their interest throughout. I think this is a worthy sequel to Space Chimps 1 (which I also think was under-appreciated) and deserves a higher rating than it is getting so far. Ideal for entertaining young kids (and for introducing them to a bit of science) and sufficiently wittily scripted for accompanying adults who haven't completely lost contact with their inner child.
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