Galaxy Quest

Theatrical Release: December 24, 1999
Galaxy Quest
Not Recommended for Families

Synopsis

TV stars of a long ago cancelled sci-fi TV series are abducted by space aliens who mistake the actors as real astronauts capable of defeating a deadly adversary. With no script, no director, and no clue about real space travel, the actors have to turn in the performances of their lives to become the heroes their friendly kidnappers believe them to be.

Dove Review

Content Description

Three profanities, one from the exasperated lead to his fans; a few expletives; before he obtains a new lease on life, the lead drinks, often becoming drunk; some cleavage, but the sexuality is mild; the violence is mostly cartoonish. Although well made, often very funny, albeit, silly, we are unable to recommend “Galaxy Quest” due to the misuse of God’s name (G-D). It is the policy of The Dove Foundation to dismiss films that profane God’s name.

Info

Source: Theater
Company: DreamWorks
Writer: David Howard and Robert Gordon
Director: Dean Parisot
Producer: Mark Johnson, Charles Newirth
Genre: Science
Runtime: 102 min.
Industry Rating: PG
Starring: Tim Allen, Sigourney Weaver, Alan Rickman, Tony Shalhoub.