Rated: G

Distributed By:

20th Century Fox

Directed by:

Kirk De Micco


Starring:

Voices of Andy Samberg as Ham III; Cheryl Hines as Luna; Patrick Warburton as Titan; Jeff Daniels as Zartog; Kristin Chenoweth as Kilowatt; Carlos Alazraqui as Houston

Adapted From:

Plugged In Online

Space Chimps

A long time ago, a chimpanzee named Ham donned a pressurized suit, scampered into a rocket capsule and bravely went where no man (or beast) had ever gone before: space. He returned a hero to humans and chimps alike. Many years later, his great grandson, Ham III, likes blasting off, too.

He just doesn't shoot so high. When the U.S. loses a billion-dollar space probe in a mysterious cosmic wormhole, it decides that somebody must fetch it. Since no human astronauts are silly enough to rocket into who-knows-where, it's time to call the chimps back into service.

So Ham III joins two primate crewmates (Luna and Titan) to be launched screaming into the unknown.

The three chimps learn the value of friendship and heroism. While this movie is a humorous adventure it also contains some violence and bad language. In several scenes inappropriate remarks are directed toward the female chimpanzee. In another scene there is a group of female aliens that are dressed inappropriately. Clubhouse kids may want to give this film some "space."

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