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Based on a true story, Drama, Period and Historical
Brought up by his father to follow in his footsteps to the mine that their small town has been built around, young Homer Hickham’s ambitions are radically altered the day he watches Sputnik, the first rocket launched into space. Inspired by what he’s seen, Homer gets his hands on everything he can to do with rockets – and forms a new group of friends at school to help him get to grips with scientific theory and start building their own prototypes. However, not everybody in town is happy to see Homer and his friends so riled up by rocket fever, and it’s up to Homer’s teacher to give him the confidence to pursue his dream.
Dramatic reconstruction of a NASA rocket mission that dramatically swung from a flight to the moon to a fight for survival.
11+ years 140 mins
Explorers is an inventive, sophisticated fantasy adventure in which two kids build their own space craft in a suburban garage.
7–14 years 105 mins
A nostalgic ode to the Japanese aeroplane engineer Jiro Hirokoshi who famously designed many of Japan’s fighter planes used in WWI and WWII.
7–16 years 126 mins
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