Writer: Ale McHaddo (Screenplay)
Starring: (Voice Talents) Danilo Gentili, Brian Munn, Mia Kowalski, Malsa Silva, Guilherme Briggs
Plot: When a spaceship crashes to Earth and reveals a group of quirky little space aliens on the run for their lives, the “GadgetGang” kids-Gus, Phoebe, Francesco, Mitsue, Mary Ann, Banana and Tank-soon discover this won’t be the boring weekend they had expected. They soon learn that in a point far from the galaxy, an evil warlord named Gana Golber has seized control of the Confederation of Planets and now all of the planets are in danger-including Earth!
Runtime: 1 Hour 20 Minutes
There may be spoilers the rest of the review
Verdict: Perfect for the Younger Kids
Story: GadgetGang in Outer Space starts when a crew of bundling aliens cause havoc at their home planet which leads them to be set on a mission, only to crash land on Earth meeting the GadgetGang, a group of human kids that have been left in detention after destroying a science project.
Now the two groups need to work together to save the universe from an impending threat which is coming to destroy the universe as we know it.
Thoughts on GadgetGang in Outer Space
Characters – The characters work for the kids aged movie, we have the humans characters that fill the basic needs, ambitious and clumsy leader of the gang, the muscles, the beauty queen, the annoying little sister, the smart one and the wacky one, we see this in the alien characters too, everything between these characters works through the film well and you can enjoy the references to sci-fi movies the different aged characters come up with.
Story – The story here takes humans going on a space adventure with a group of aliens that don’t fit in their world and together they must work together to save the universe. This ticks the boxes needed for a kids adventure movie and never makes the story over complicated or overly peril based, we have a large group of characters which will give them a different character to enjoy too.
Adventure/Comedy/Sci-Fi – The adventure takes our characters into space which helps bring us to the sci-fi elements of the film with many different species of aliens, the comedy comes in well with most coming from references to previous sci-fi based films.
Settings – The film does takes us to different planets which all have their own unique look about them.
Animation – The animation does have its own look to it and seem to be the style the Brazilian’s prefer to use.
Scene of the Movie – The final battle.
Final Thoughts – This is a good film to put on for the kids, it will keep them entertained and you might find yourself laughing at certain jokes through the film.
Overall: Kids will enjoy.