Space Chimps is a 2008 computer-animated science fiction comedy film about space faring chimpanzees. This movie is released theaters July 18, 2008 in United States.
- Directed by Kirk DeMicco. Written by Kirk DeMicco and Rob Moreland.
- Whoa, which one of us lost our flashlight? That moves? Really fast? Behind rocks? &... has a head?
- What? (Said quite often in the movie.)
- Titan: [singing:] I am Titan, I am strong.
- Ham: [singing:] No-one wants to sing along. [throws banana peel at Titan]
- Titan: [falls]
- Ham: [singing:] Get a life, one two. You're lame, three four.
- Luna: Let me just say one thing.
- Comet: [listening through radio] Luna's alive!
- Luna: You are the most annoying, obnoxious, self-centered creature I've met.
- Houston: [listening through radio] Ham's alive.
- Titan: You could help me find my crew.
- Zartog: There are more?
- Splork: Two others. We, uh, lost them in Gunglvyck Jungle.
- Zartog: What kind of idiot would go in there?
- Titan: Ham.
- [Ham and Luna are walking around the planet]
- Luna: (recording) Lieutenant's log: We are stranded on a hostile alien planet. Commander Titan has been kidnapped-
- [Ham grabs Luna's recorder]
- Ham: And we're falling in love!
- Luna: No we're not! Ignore that last part! Delete! Delete!
[Ham and Titan are fighting inside the rocket, and Tiatn grabs Ham's fur with his feet]
- Ham: Ow! Easy on the fur "Furious George"!
- Titan: Undiniably Crew member has been detained. Time to activate regulation 815.
- Ham: [sarcasticly] What's regulation 815.
- Titan: [smiles supicoulsy]
- Ham: [tied to the outside of the rocket] Guys! I gotta pee!
About Space Chimps
- Nothing is worse than a movie that tries to please everyone and finishes by pleasing no one. SPACE CHIMPS was more like an independent film. We had a limited budget. We made it up here in Canada; we were far away. We didn’t have to deal with studio restrictions to turn into something it wasn’t. I mean it’s coming out on 2500 screens but as far as animation goes, it’s still a little film. Our budget is like a fifth of the WALL-E budget. In that respect the people at Pixar couldn’t be free to make a movie that is just for kids because there is just too much money at play. We just wanted to make a good kids movie with a solid, simple message.
- Kirk De Micco