Space Chimps

Space Chimps
Space Chimps

Year

2008

Duration

79 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Animation, Comedy, Family, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

This clever, comical computer animation follows the fortunes of Ham III, a reluctant astronaut and grandson of the first chimp in space who becomes a hero despite himself. Ham III and his simian crewmates' uptight commander Titan and fearless Luna are originally sent into space to rescue a NASA probe lost in a wormhole. But once on the other side of the galaxy, they find themselves battling to save a distant planet from evil dictator Zartog.

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Contains infrequent mild scary moments.

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