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Immense faith of a special education teacher in the abilities of his students realize a dream that remains a dream for quite a many. Being the first special education team to attend the NASA's prestigious spacecamp program, Mike and his class reminds us of the remarkable power of the human spirit.Written by
Thejus Joseph Jose
The story takes place over approximately a one year period, in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and at U.S. SpaceCamp in Huntsville, Alabama in 1988 and 1989. See more »
After the Orbiter lands at the end of the mission, the scene inside the simulated cockpit has the sound of jet engines slowing down. The orbiter does not have any jet engines, and doesn't even use rocket engines during landing; it simply glides to its landing. See more »
Enjoyable even though predictable
I've spent a couple of days trying to figure out how I feel about this movie. I think you'll know from the synopsis if this is your *type* of movie. I found it an interesting story even if the characters were all rather generic types and a little flat. The acting was fine and didn't distract from the story. I found the kids believable and the teachers sympathetic.
I wanted the movie to deal in more depth with how the kids were treated at school. As it was written, their treatment was pretty cliché (although it doesn't mean it wasn't accurate). I also wanted more details on special accommodations the kids may have gotten while at camp. And I couldn't help wondering if there wasn't a legal avenue to get special needs children into SpaceCamp.
Overall, I did like the movie. I appreciate that it didn't push too hard for an emotional response.
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