This is the film I thought I was going to be watching when I saw The Astronaut’s Wife recently.
This film wanted to be extremely charming, but it came across as extremely weird.
I’m not too sure about the “follow your dreams at the cost of your family, friends, and well-being” message, either.
It’s always a little odd when a movie has a character whose sole purpose is to die so that the main character’s project can get funded.
The rocket effects looked a little cheap, but it’s not a big enough problem to take points off for.
DUNKIN’ DONUTSSSS! You didn’t see it, but I was shaking my fists at the sky while I typed that.
Dairy Queen, Lucky Charms, and Purina were also featured, along with a few other things.
I was hoping I could pretend this was like a movie version of Cid Highwind’s story from Final Fantasy VII. It wasn’t.