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Spacecamp (Full Screen) [Import]

4.3 out of 5 stars 27 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Kate Capshaw, Lea Thompson, Kelly Preston, Larry B. Scott, Joaquin Phoenix
  • Directors: Harry Winer
  • Writers: Patrick Bailey, Casey T. Mitchell, Clifford Green, Larry B. Williams
  • Producers: David Salven, Leonard Goldberg, Patrick Bailey
  • Format: Widescreen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG
  • Studio: Starz / Anchor Bay
  • Release Date: Sept. 25 2001
  • Run Time: 107 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 27 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B00005ASOF
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This movie was released in the UK in 1987 straight to video, because of the Challenger disaster a year before, and one could say it could even provide younger space buffs an insight into thermal curtain failure. But overall, this is a wonderful family film that all ages can watch, in spite of some swear words. The story - the usual 1980s stereotypical teenagers line up for a team building summer camp at SpaceCamp, unaware that a young kid's obsession with STAR WARS and his friendship with a NASA robot named JINX(for reasons that will become apparent when you watch the movie) will blast the hapless teenagers into orbit when they experience a shuttle engine start up which escalates into an emergency launch. Will they get back in one piece?! You can surely guess the ending, but getting there's the fun part. Lea Thompson... appears, along with a good cast including ALIEN's Tom Skerritt, Kate Capshaw and Kelly Preston. The special effects are good for the time the movie was made, the NASA technicalities and procedures, apart from JINX and the 'engine start'(no way would NASA let such a thing happen, but hey, this is just a movie) scene are as accurate as possible and the characters are your usual 80s - the vain terminal preppie, the girl who wants to be her mentor, the spoilt rich kid sent to Space Camp by his father and a young Marine Corps recruit(!!)!! One not to miss, whatever age you are!
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I remember flipping through the channels at home and came across a preview for this on HBO. I sat down and watched it. I was hooked! When I saw at the end that it was filmed at the US Space Camp, I ran to the Post Office to look up Huntsville, AL's ZIP code and I sent a letter off. I got info. I worked hard the summer of '88. I was only 12 but everything I earned went towards my trip to Space Camp in Florida (which had just opened that year).
I remember the trip down there by van with my dad and two bothers. All the way from southern Minnesota to Florida by van. My brother quizzed me on every system of the shuttle and I wound up being Commander of my team.
What's this got to do with the movie? Well, if not for this movie, I never would have gone there. This movie inspired me to reach beyond what I think I can do and 'reach for the stars'. This movie taught me that anything is possible. I loved this movie then, but today I understand even more what it did for me. Great movie, great story.
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I can remember when this film first came out. Not only did I have a huge crush on Kelly Preston, but I also remeber how much I enjoyed the storyline, the characters, everything. Sadly, the film also reminded the public of the Challenger disaster, which occured five months before the film's release. Definately poor timing.
Nevertheless, SpaceCamp is a very entertaining film. One of the finest that 20th Century Fox ever produced and distributed. It had a remarkable cast and very good special effects. Surprisingly, someone I used to attend school with was actually there in Huntsville, Alabama and Cape Canaveral when the movie was being filmed. I might also add, the film led to the career boosts of Lea Thompson, Tate Donovan, Kelly Preston, and a young Joaquin Phoenix. And it also led to the boost of the construction of the International Space Station. If you enjoy science fiction and keeping track of NASA, then you will enjoy this film.
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This is a gripping story about a team of teenagers who come together by a summer term at Space Camp. Their adventure turns dangerous when Jinx, a NASA robot, programs NASA's computers to launch the team into space during a routine engine test. The teenage team, with the help of their trained astronaut instructor, must face the rigger of space in a craft not ready for space travel. In many ways this movie is simular to other 80's films with a rebel, a brain, a princess and a jock, if you know what I mean. (Breakfast Club) However, I would recomened this movie for it's moving portrayal of teenagers in a fight for their survival. This film also includes heart felt dynamic moments and scenes of cinematic drama.
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The acting may not be superb and the special effects aren't wondrous...but we must remember that it was a movie from the '80s. What the movie does have is a delightful story and young actors that have now made something for themselves (Lea Thompson and Tate Donovan). I had a Space Camp Weekend ritual when I was younger that culminated in actually attending U.S Space Academy. Today I'm more convinced than ever that I will be an astronaut one day...and the movie kept my dream alive when I was young. I'd recommend it to anyone but especially kids who like to dream.
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By A Customer on Jan. 8 2000
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I have seen this movie only once a long time after it came out. I saw that it had OK acting. What do you expect from an 80's movie? Anyway I am just about to go to Huntsville for my school and the movie was a great way to look forward to my trip! LOL The movie shows how accidents can be solved using problem solving and it shows the interest many have in space. I rate this movie with 4 stars because it shows not only problem solving but the persistence young people have to go into space or follow their dreams.
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