Space Camp

The movie itself is entertaining but sinks because the plot is highly unbelievable. A group of kids in NASA's Space Camp program is accidentally launched into space when allowed to venture into a real-life rocket ship to see how it's really like. Now they must really put themselves to the test! The end is very gripping, which comes as a surprise since it was previously cheesy and somewhat dull. I'm led to believe that this film was produced solely as a Space Camp promotion, but it's still a good one to show to the kiddies.

Movie reviewed by Michael Lawrence

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Starring:

Kate Capshaw, Lea Thompson, Kelly Preston, Larry B. Scott, Leaf Phoenix, Tate Donovan, Tom Skerrit, Barry Primus, Terry O'Quinn, Mitchell Anderson, T. Scott Coffey

Directed by:

Harry Winer

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1986 science fiction/drama

Rated PG

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Don Ignacio's score: B-

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