Ratchet & Clank

Ratchet & Clank
Ratchet & Clank




94 minutes


Action and Adventure, Animation



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Ratchet is the last of his kind, a lombax who was abandoned on the planet Veldin and adopted by mechanic Grimroth, who took him on as an apprentice. However, Ratchet’s real ambition is to join the ranks of his heroes; the celebrated Galactic Rangers, who protect the solar system using some impressive inventions. When the evil Chairman Drek begins destroying nearby planets and it seems that Veldin is next on his list, the Rangers advertise for a new recruit to strengthen their defence. Along with new friend Clank, a robot refugee damaged in a crash-landing that he has fixed up, Ratchet heads out to impress the Rangers and help save Veldin. A buddy adventure with a tongue-in-cheek attitude towards heroes and the notion of celebrity, based on the Playstation game.

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Mild comic violence, very mild bad language.

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