Space Warriors (2013) Movie Script

[ Music playing ]
Space. For some, it's a curiosity.
For me, it's my passion,
and for as long as I can remember,
It's always been my dream to travel
beyond our planet.
the road was paved for me
long before I was born.
I believe that this nation
should commit itself
to achieving the goal
of landing a man on the moon
and returning him safely to the Earth.
After Apollo 11 took us there,
becoming an astronaut
became the dream
of every young boy and girl in America.
And the space program grew,
and the stars were no longer
just something to look up at,
but a new frontier to explore.
My father was an astronaut
aboard the Space Station
before becoming a flight director
at Mission Control in Houston, Texas.
He was there during the peak
of the shuttle program,
for the successes
and the tragedies.
Things changed after that,
for my parents and for NASA,
but not me.
With a part-time job at NASA's
Space and Aeronautics Museum,
I was still looking to the stars.
I know what you're thinking.
"How could that scrawny kid
with his voice changing get into space?"
This is astronaut Charlie Duke,
one of only 12 men
to have ever walked on the moon.
Hey, Jimmy. How are you?
Here we have Astronaut,
a mechanic designed to work
alongside astronauts on space missions.
As it happened,
there was a way to go to space,
Space Camp, where this year,
the first prize to their annual
summer competition
was a trip to the
International Space Station.
With a dad who'd worked at NASA,
I knew everything there was
to know about space,
which I was hoping
might be just enough
to make it into the competition.
I can remember
the fateful day it all began
like it was yesterday.
[ Rattling doorknob]
Mom! I forgot my key!
Yes. Yes.
- Ohh.
- Freeze!
Put your hands
where I can see them.
L-I'm not breaking and entering.
I live here.
You live here.
Yeah, they all say that.
I'm afraid you're gonna
have to come with me, son.
Highway Patrol?
Space Patrol.
If you're not a space junkie
like I am,
it's hard to explain
what that moment felt like.
Congratulations, Jimmy.
I'm Captain Roy Manley.
Your essay--
For real?
Nah, I just wanted to drive
all the way out here
to break your heart.
Heh heh. Congratulations,
old sport. You're in.
I bet I know why I won.
I bet you don't.
Because my dad was the smartest
and bravest astronaut ever in the program.
I win. What'd we bet?
Because I know so much
about the Space Station?
Well, that helps.
It will be nice having an expert on board.
No, your poem.
By Magi? You know it?
It made me remember,
remember how I felt
in the beginning.
if I can just meet with your mom
and have her sign a few forms...
Oh, uh, that's the thing.
She's a lawyer. She's at work.
Just have her call me, and, uh,
we can meet later and have her
sign those forms then.
- Okay.
- Goodbye, Jimmy.
Thank you.
Come on, Tops.
This can't be happening.
[ Narrating ]
But no man works alone,
and in order to compete against
the reigning champs at Space Camp,
we were going to need
a world-class team ourselves.
- [ Fireworks whistle ]
- [cheering ]
- [screaming ]
- Hallelujah
Hallelujah, hallelujah
Tao, the rocket man.
[ Applause ]
[ Chorus vocalizes ]
Back in the U.S.
Back in the U.S.S.R.
Well, the Ukraine girls
really knock me out...
Sergei, this is Captain Manley.
Sergei, computer genius.
Moscow girls make me
sing and shout...
Did you design all these
characters yourself?
I do back-end code
for Hallows Revenge.
My buddy gives me
characters for free.
A practical boy.
[ Choir vocalizes ]
[ "Sweet Home Alabama"
by Lyndon Skydiver playing ]
Sweet Home Alabama
Where the skies
are so blue
- Hurry up with that oil, son.
- Almost done, Dad.
Sweet home Alabama
Rusty, the mechanic.
Lord, I'm coming home to you
Sweet home Alabama.
Thank you, mister.
that could be a challenge.
[crowd cheering ]
That girl thinks she's the queen
of the neighborhood
She's got
the hottest trike in town
That girl, she holds
her head up so high
I think I want to be
her best friend, yeah
Rebel girl
I know I wanna take you home
I wanna talk to you...
- [ Clanging ]
- [cheering ]
Dani, robotics genius.
[ Chorus vocalizes ]
I think I'm available.
Oh, you might not want to--
- [whirs]
- Robert, unlink.
Robert, unlink. Unlink.
I'm sorry.
It's, uh, a work in progress.
[ Manley groans]
[ "Don't Rain on My Parade"
playing ]
And, of course, a pilot, Lacey.
It is an honor to meet the best pilot
in our competition.
Is there a reason
you prefer drones?
My father died in an F-18
when I was 7.
Drones reduce
the exposure risk of the pilot.
Ever since the moment
of his funeral,
this is all I've ever wanted
to become,
and I can fly anything
you throw at me.
You sure you have what it takes
to pilot a spaceship to the stars?
Are you questioning
my piloting skills, Captain?
Hey, world I'
Here I am
Don't tell me not to fly
I've simply got to
Nobody had better
Rain on my parade
Now I just needed to convince
my mom to let me go,
and, so far,
she wasn't budging.
Hey, Mom.
How was your day?
Oh, it's still in progress.
[ Mom sighs]
I have two motions to draft
and an irrevocable trust.
What's that I smell?
It's nothing special,
- [ding ]
- just some homemade lasagna.
Wow. I didn't know
it was a special occasion.
Good weekend with your dad?
You know,
they gave him a new car.
He was doing such a good job,
they wanted to move him
up to management
for much more money,
but he said that he wanted
to continue to work in research...
So in lieu of a raise,
they leased him a car.
He told me.
Did I mention I'm going to do the lawn
bright and early tomorrow?
You can build a roof,
paint Tom Sawyer's fence.
You're not going to Space Camp.
Come here, sweetie.
All right, this is the last time
we're gonna have this conversation.
What happened
when you were three?
Dad got fired.
Because of a big fight over...
A return heat shield.
And if they'd listened to him,
he could have saved all those people.
Maybe. We'll never know.
But what I do know for sure
is that I've watched
two space shuttles explode,
and on one of them,
I lost my aunt.
Now, no son of mine
is gonna enter a competition
where the first prize is a ride
on the next space project.
But, Mom,
we're not going to win.
The other teams are older
and totally experienced.
And when you do win--
because you are that smart--
you will be the only kid
who can't go to space
'cause his mom
doesn't want him to.
You know what needs work, kid?
Your lying.
Jimmy! How long are you
gonna keep your dad waiting?
Right there.
- HEY-
- HEY-
You want to do the right thing here?
Well, don't I always?
Please don't make me the bad cop
on this Space Camp thing.
I won't.
I promise you.
- Thanks.
- Sure.
JIMMY: So my parents said no,
but I couldn't let my dreams go
so easily.
Facing potential
lifelong grounding and more,
I decided to take matters
into my own hands.
All I needed was a few
old voice mails from my dad
and a really smart phone.
[ Recording ]
Apologize for what?
Sally, we had an agreement.
Sally, we had an--
Sally, we had a--
Sally, we had
an agreement.
[garbled voice plays]
Sorry it doesn't fit
into your schedule.
Sorry it doesn't fit into y--
Sorry. I'm sorry--
for this late notice.
VOICE MAIL: I apologize
for the late notice, Sally.
I finished work
ahead of schedule.
If it's okay with you,
I'd like to pick Jimmy up this Monday
at 10:00 for our camping trip.
Let me know.
That's odd.
I can't remember the last time
he said, "I'm sorry."
Well, I mean, if you have something
for me to do, I'll stay,
but I'd love to go.
Actually, this trial is gonna take up
most of my time next week,
so if you want to go...
Amazing how things
just work out sometimes.
I didn't know it then,
but Space Camp
was going to be one of the most
important moments of my life.
Hey, guys.
Hey, yourself, dude.
That's my bunk.
Whoa. Sorry, "Russell."
I guess I'll just sleep
on the bottom bunk,
unless you'd rather
I slept on the floor.
- Sounds good to me.
- Girls, girls,
please. No need to cat-fight
over top bunk.
Simple solution.
I take. I'm Sergei.
This is Tao.
JIMMY: The rocket guy.
I heard about you.
So how did you
get picked for Space Camp?
I wrote an essay.
I'm Jimmy Hawkins.
Anyone got a Phillips head
Name's Daniella.
Everyone calls me Dani.
If you call me Daniella,
then I bring the pain.
Also, I don't like
anyone touching my robot,
so if I catch you handling
my hardware, I'll bring the pain.
And last, but not least,
if you try to short-sheet me
or make me pee in my sleep--
- You'll bring the pain.
- Exactly.
How 'bout that
screwdriver, buddy?
Sorry. TSA took it when they got
my blowtorch and table saw.
Keep working
on that sense of humor.
I got a game to fix
and a tool to find, okay?
- Whoa.
- Oh, wait. Wait. Wait.
This might work.
Maybe so.
Come meet my roommate.
[machine guns firing]
Listen up, roomie.
James, this is Lacey
from Las Vegas.
She's the most promising
and wicked pilot known to all galaxies.
She writes poetry,
she's an okay archer,
and she doesn't have a boyfriend.
This is Jimmy.
He wrote some essay.
Um, could I borrow that?
So what do you think
of everyone on the team,
as a writer?
I don't really have an opinion yet.
So you're a boring writer.
Rusty's full of himself,
Sergei likes to poke fun,
Bao's pretty smart,
and Dani's pretty cool.
You left me out.
You're scary.
I like that.
- Are you hungry?
- Yeah.
Food's good.
JIMMY: Yeah, I really need
to work on my game.
As far as my team
was concerned,
the jury was still out.
All I knew for certain
was that I was not going
to miss my ride to space
and that I had at least one teammate
that I liked for sure.
You're not loving it.
Could use tarragon.
How do you even know what that is?
I cook.
Careful, Writer.
You're edging toward
becoming interesting.
Not really. I live alone
with a single mom who works late.
So will you cook for me?
I Will,
JIMMY: Wow, this cooking thing
is really starting to work for me.
So don't you listen
to what they say
[ New song plays]
Y'all know what kind
of motor oil this thing takes?
Uh, ahem!
I don't think so.
No way.
This is the actual Robonaut.
I can't believe this is actually here.
[ Blows]
[video speaking indistinctly]
[whistling a tune]
JIMMY: Heh. Well,
you couldn't expect me
not to at least
take a snoop around.
This was Space Camp, after all.
If I had known what was going on
250 miles above our heads,
I would have called my dad from
that ham radio at that very moment.
Attention, all NASA personnel,
debris from satellite collision
is entering safety perimeter of ISS.
Commander Koslav,
this is Houston Control.
You need to complete
your resupply mission
and have your crew
return to the station.
Sector four-niner
is reporting a collision
between two comm satellites.
KOSLAV: Roger that.
Something also,
high fluid thermal conditioning is--
Thermal conditioning not required.
Initiating debris avoidance maneuver.
Uh, we mentioned earlier about that,
uh, you can expect the pump...
...0200 with 19 on the boards at 3K.
Okay, Houston, debris appears
to have cleared the ISS.
[ Applause ]
Good morning, Space Camp.
I'm Dr. Deborah Barnhart,
CEO of the U.S.
Space and Rocket Center.
Your first briefing is going to be
from Commander Phillips,
one of the most distinguished
and well-qualified people at NASA,
and he wants to begin this morning
with a few personal words for you.
- Commander Phillips.
- [ applause]
Greetings, Space Campers.
Heh. So how about a bit of love
for my home state of Alabama?
[ Applause ]
- I--I can't hear you.
- [cheering ]
Okay, I couldn't hear you.
It's a pleasure to have
such a dedicated group
of young people as part
of this competition.
See, some people think
that we've lost
our interest in space,
that your generation
has grown up with other interests,
but we need you.
We need you,
because we want to prove
that that is not true,
that they're wrong.
Now, starting today,
you'll be matched against
each other in competition.
Now, you will be scored
on timing,
strength and endurance.
We will also test
your science ability.
Now, all of these tests
are to determine
not only your leadership skills,
but also to see
how you work as a team.
Now, I want to hear my favorite words
here at Space Camp,
"Mission Control,
we are go for launch."
We are go for launch!
Ah. Now have a great
Space Camp, everyone.
[ Applause ]
At the conclusion
of these six days,
the team that scores
the most points
will be the first kids
to travel to the Space Station
on Orion Two,
the next stage of
the next generation of space travel.
- [cheering ]
- Good luck, trainees,
and let the games begin.
Okay, guys,
competition starts today.
Are you ready?
- Yes, sir.
- Yes, sir.
I said, "Are you ready?"
ALL: Yes, sir!
Tao, how much does the ISS
waste collection system cost?
- The what?
- The toilet.
$19 million,
so don't let me catch you
leaving the seat up again.
That's a costly toilet.
Ah, Mr. Riggs. Ha ha!
You're working on your
sense of humor there, huh?
I was just wondering
if you're ready, sir,
for how hard
we're gonna beat 'em.
Well, it looks like a leader
has stepped forth.
So you are ready for
whatever it takes, no matter what?
- Name it, sir.
- Yeah?
Let me see your moonwalk.
[ Chuckles ]
- Huh.
- A moonwalk.
It's what astronauts
do on the moon.
Come on. Give me
a little bit of your Billie Jean.
- [ laughs]
- Yeah.
A little "ooh."
Yeah! Whoo!
Here's what we don't do,
Mr. Riggs.
We don't pop off.
We don't mock.
We don't make fun of.
We work together as a team.
Now, are we ready?
ALL: Yes, sir!
All right. Well, dismissed.
Coming through.
Out of the way.
Squad halt.
Sergeant Conway.
Titans, fall in on formation!
Well, what do we have here?
[ Scoffs ]
Looks like fresh meat.
Smells like dead meat.
My dad says
they're a publicity stunt.
Let's go! Give me 10!
1, 2, 3, 4, 5...
These are the multi-axis trainers,
or M.A.T.
Lacey, can you tell me
its purpose?
The multi-axis trainer simulates
an astronaut's ride upon reentry
into the Earth's atmosphere.
Excellent. As current champions,
the Titans go first.
All right, team,
let's show 'em how it's done.
Let's do this.
Watch and learn.
[woman vocalizing ]
- It's a beau-, beau-
- Whoo hoo!
Beautiful world
we've been given
From the top of the sky
to the ocean...
All right, Captain Manley,
Warriors are up.
It must be supernatural...
Okay, in about 30 seconds
you're gonna feel like the bottom
dropped out of the world.
- I'm gonna die.
- Piece of cake.
What if I hurl?
Keep breathing.
Don't hold your breath.
Uhh. I think I am gonna hurl.
Your inner-ear fluids won't settle.
- You won't hurl.
- It's supernatural
Amazing life
Amazing life...
This next challenge is
the microgravity simulator,
which simulates
the moon's gravitational pull,
which is--Anyone?
1/6 of the gravity on Earth.
Ah, let's show 'em how it's done.
- Yeah, dude.
- Hey, counselor,
you better be marking
this down as a 10.
LeBron James,
how do you like me now?
[ Overlapping conversations ]
Hey, well, if it isn't the Warriors.
What's going on, 9W5?
Oh, no.
You must be our competition.
I'm Jimmy.
We don't have competition.
You're a bunch of dweebs,
weak, reckless and undisciplined.
'(owe a bunch oi have-nets.
- Ah-choo!
- [ laughter]
- Ho ho!
- Wow.
Looks like you're a have-snot now.
All right, that's it.
- You little--
- Hey, stop.
It's not worth it.
We'll see you tomorrow.
Space Station,
I'm indicating a malfunction
near the ammonia pump
and coolant system.
Please verify and report.
KOSLAV: En route there now.
Commander Koslav out.
[ Electricity crackling ]
NYet- Nyet!
[gas hissing ]
We're losing pressure.
Get out of here
and close the hatch.
You'll be locked off.
Do it! I'll be right behind you.
Space Station, do you copy?
During takeoff and reentry,
an astronaut is subjected
to extreme g-forces.
The centrifuge mimics those forces.
Also known as the machine
that makes you puke.
[centrifuge hisses]
[classical music playing ]
We're getting close to three Gs now.
[ speaking Russian ]
[ Tao moans]
[ Both yelling ]
[ Babbles]
[ Groans ]
I survive. Okay.
Ohh. I make it.
[gagging 1
[ gasps ]
[ Vomits ]
Ah, you did well today.
You should feel good
about yourselves.
We got our butts kicked.
It's only the first day.
I suggest you guys get some rest.
You're gonna need it.
- JIMMY: This is GRT...
- [groans]
Anyone there?
GRT KC2A, come in.
Hey, Dad.
Hey, I was just wishing
you were here.
Just totally aced
putting up the tent.
Piece of cake, huh?
Uh, yeah.
Do you know a Navy Captain
named Manley?
He came into the center yesterday
while I was giving a tour,
and I mentioned
how awesome you are,
and, well,
he seemed to know you.
Yeah. I used to know him.
He's the guy who fired me.
He's the one who didn't believe you?
About the heat shield?
No, no, not exactly.
He actually went to bat for me
until he got killed by the brass
for even suggesting an abort.
If they'd listened to you,
they would have--
maybe one of the single
most important things
for a person to learn
is humility.
When you think
you know it all,
when you think you're
the smartest guy in the room,
that's when you--
that's when you need to listen
to other people.
So if Captain Manley
comes around again,
make sure you tell him
I said hi.
Okay, Dad.
For this next test,
you have 24 hours
to launch the Discovery.
You will dock with
the International Space Station.
You will launch a satellite,
and then you will safely
bring the Discovery
back to planet Earth.
Now, before we launch,
are there any questions?
- We're good.
- Good.
Let's light this bad boy.
We are go for launch.
My favorite words.
Auto sequence start
in T-minus 5, 4,
Solid rocket booster ignition.
Discovery, you have
cleared the tower.
120-degree roll maneuver.
Discovery, you have
approximately five seconds
for SRB burnout.
Ooh. Heh.
We have SRB separation.
Congratulations, Discovery.
- Yeah!
- Yeah.
- Whoo!
- Awesome. Did it.
Now let's prepare for the second phase
of your mission.
RUSTY: Now hand me the drill
for that V4 valve over there.
- All right.
- Satellite ready for deployment.
Don't overtorque it.
I'm a mechanic, remember?
I'm not gonna strip it.
Play nice, boys.
Pick it up, Rusty. Let's go.
We're not gonna miss our window.
- Give me a minute.
- Hey, hey, hey.
Quit it. No.
It's not the place to do this.
Fire OMS at 60%
to adjust attitude for reentry.
We can get there faster at 80%.
What's the hurry?
It's a shortcut.
Don't we want to beat
those guys' time?
I'm not too sure about this, guys.
Discovery, you're
coming in too steep.
You're gonna burn up.
BAO: Just throttle back, Lacey.
Not yet.
Even I wouldn't use
that much power.
- Rusty.
- Pushing on us.
We can push back harder.
Get back to your seat.
- COMPUTER: Danger.
- You've got about five seconds
before you're all french fries.
We've got multiple
systems failure.
- Rusty, sit down.
- I can veer off.
Give me the throttle!
[alarm blaring ]
Sit down.
Sit down.
Mission's over.
You're all toast.
What went wrong?
They came in too fast.
- I tried telling you.
- We could have made it.
Hey, excuses are
the cornerstone of failure,
and make no mistake,
there were numerous
failures up there.
Like failing to ask for help
or grabbing the controls or...
opting for speed
when precision was called for.
Someone got too caught up
in giving orders.
The goal is to win.
the goal is to get back safely.
Now, do you know why so few people
become astronauts?
Because it is virtually impossible.
The training weeds out everybody
but the best and the brightest,
the most disciplined,
most devoted,
but more importantly,
the training weeds out the individuals...
from the team players, sir?
Now I suggest
you get back to the habitat
and get some rest.
JIMMY: Thanks for throwing me
under the bus.
You know what I can't
figure out, James?
I'm the mechanical genius,
Sergei's a hacker,
Tao is a rocket scientist,
Dani is a whiz at robotics,
and Lacey's a born pilot.
So what's your specialty?
Writing essays?
Hey. Hey, hey,
hey, hey. hey!
Hey. HEY-
The only thing you two are
gonna be hitting is the showers.
Now go on, Rusty.
Hi. This is Jimmy.
I can't take your call right now,
so you know what to do
at the beep.
How'd you find me?
While you're asleep,
we inject each one of you
with a homing device
so we can track you on GPS.
[ Chuckles ]
Groundskeeper called,
said there was some debris
on the moon.
You're lucky I got here
before they sandblasted you off.
I'm sorry about the exercise.
Rusty's right.
I wanted to succeed so badly,
I lost my focus.
I think I should resign from the team.
Jimmy, you think
you're the only one
who ever took a shortcut?
I was in Mission Control in 2003.
My dad told me about it.
Howl buried him?
How you stood by him.
Well, until I didn't.
Until you couldn't anymore.
You--You stood by him
as long as you could.
He told me he lost it,
he hurt his own cause.
He and I are like that sometimes.
Well, sometimes being all-in,
even over your head,
is a good thing.
It's better than wondering if you
bailed out just a beat too soon.
Nah, it was--
It was nobody's fault.
Everybody did their job,
but there isn't a day that goes by
that we won't think about
that accident.
But you have to remember
it is about the mission,
not the man.
You got it?
Come on. Let's go.
[alarm blaring ]
We must evacuate
to escape pod two.
One has been compromised.
Only three of us can fit
in the escape pod.
We must pick straws.
Shortest straws stay behind.
Moment of truth.
I don't know, but it's been said
I don't know,
but it's been said
Saturn Five is above our head
Saturn Five
is above our head
I don't know, but I been told
I don't know,
but I been told
Space Warriors are made of gold
Space Warriors
are made of gold
Carry on, Warriors.
Titans, what are
the three keys to victory?
Decision, domination, destruction.
That's what I want to hear!
Let's go.
- Can you just get asthma?
- Two!
Come on, guys.
We gotta keep going.
Oh, why?!
I didn't say we had to go fast.
["Charlie Brown"
by Coldplay playing ]
Stole a key
And took a car downtown
Where the lost boys meet
Took a car downtown
And took what they offered me
Ooh, ooh I'
All the boys, all the girls
All that matters in the world
All the highs, all the lows
As the room a-spinning goes
- We'll run riot
- [cheering ]
- We'll be glowing
- Better.
In the dark
In my country, engineers,
these are the people
who are building a new China.
We are the heroes.
We are what kids in China
want to be.
And in America?
Kids want to be Kobe Bryant
and Brad Pitt.
I mean, in China,
we think those are your heroes.
Although, secretly,
I want to be Jeremy Lin.
You'd be a fool not to.
That kid's right.
We used to have
those heroes 40 years ago,
biggest heroes in the world--
John Glenn, Neil Armstrong.
- Bigger than the president.
- [cellphone beeps]
Well, not every kid can be
an astronaut, but--
Hold on, Dad.
I got another call.
Hi, Mom. How are you?
Good, sweetheart.
What are you doing?
Lying. I mean frying.
Uh, we--we caught fish.
Okay, that sounds good.
Can I talk to your dad, please?
He's down by the river.
Unfortunately he is so busy,
and he really can't talk,
but it's raining fish.
He needs a bigger net.
Gotta go. Love you. Bye.
Love you, too.
- Jimmy.
- Break's over.
I gotta go work.
Okay. Bye, son.
[ Groans ]
That's the way it's handled.
Yeah. Whoo!
We can do it today.
We can do it.
- Oh, dear.
- Whoo hoo!
Whoo! Whoa ho!
[ "93 Million Miles"
by Jason Mraz playing ]
[whooping 1
93 million miles...
I don't understand.
How did you--
I promised to cook for you, didn't I?
Here it comes
It's a light, a beautiful light
Over the horizon, into our eyes
Oh, my, my, how beautiful
Oh, my beautiful mother, she...
I know it's not fancy, but--
Are you kidding?
Gonna go far
If you do it right
You'll love where you are
Lasagna's my favorite.
Just know I'
Wherever you go
You can always...
Moon pies and marshmallows.
What could be better than this?
All of my life, I've had the best
that money could buy,
but really I'm just a simple girl
and no one has ever done
anything like this for me before.
A glorious night
Over the horizon...
I want to be the first person
to ever touch a star.
Last year, astronomers discovered
a Y dwarf star that's only 80 degrees,
cooler than the human body.
Trillions of galaxies out there,
and you'd settle for a star.
What can I say?
I'm a "see the trees through
the forest" kind of girl.
Will you read me the poem
from your essay?
The poem is by
John Gillespie Magee,
a pilot in World War ll.
"Up, up the long,
delirious, burning blue,
"I've topped the wind-swept
heights with easy grace.
"Where never lark,
or ever eagle flew--
"And, while with silent,
lifting mind
"I've trod the high untrespassed
sanctity of space,
"put out my hand,
and touched
the face of God."
Something wrong?
My father lived that.
Thank you.
[cellphone rings]
Hi, Mom.
No, it's going great.
I caught a six-pound bass
this morning.
Dad's still waiting
for more. Shh.
[ Chuckles ]
What, you want to talk to him?
Next time, then.
Good night.
They don't know where I am.
They each think
I'm with the other one.
You know,
I kind of figured that out.
I mean, I'm here,
but I feel bad about
having to lie to them.
Now you have
to tell me a secret.
I lied on my application.
I'm not 15 until tomorrow.
Two desperate criminals.
Who'll we do if they catch us?
Run away and join the circus.
Soyuz escape pod
is go for separation.
[ Speaking Russian ]
This is a stage-one alert
for all staff of Houston Control.
Due to deteriorating
weather conditions,
communication with the International
Space Station is in jeopardy.
Activate backup NASA control location,
Marshall Space Center
in Huntsville, Alabama.
YURI: Soyuz emergency
escape pod to be jettisoned
in 4, 3, 2, 1.
Okay, this next challenge
is one of my favorites.
It simulates liftoff.
You will launch and return
your precious cargo,
a fragile egg,
without damaging it,
using only cotton balls and tissue
to protect it, all right?
All right, let's see.
I don't wanna let go
- All right.
- All right.
Mission Control,
we are go for launch.
I'll be the Challenger
Of my generation's
Space explorations
I am the Challenger
Warriors, rocket launch.
Let go of this minor key
Makes sense to me...
Titans, rocket launch.
Of knowing what,
knowing what I know
Whoa oh, whoa oh
Whoa oh, whoa oh
IOQh... a'
And straight from
the International Space Station,
we have a special guest
Here to help with
the eggsamination.
Doesn't care
But I still hate
The way you just
expect things to change
- [ Yells, laughter]
- [ moaning ]
Ah, yeah. Ah, yeah.
Knowing what I know...
[cheering ]
Whoa oh, whoa oh
Whoa oh, whoa oh
Hey, check it out.
We're still winning.
They ain't got a shot.
Hey, little dudes.
In case we don't get
a chance after it's over,
I just wanted to congratulate you
on your effort.
[ Lacey scoffs ]
We little dudes
are kind of overwhelmed.
Seriously, though, you guys aren't
half as bad as we believed.
- Right, guys?
- Yeah.
We're going to win this.
The buggy competition is tomorrow.
25 points are awarded to the winner.
We need 23.
How are you gonna do that?
Is your daddy gonna come back
from the junkyard to drive your buggy?
Hey, watch your mouth, punk.
The lady here
will drive against you.
She won a worldwide competition
for most skilful pilot,
hand-eye coordination.
guts under pressure.
She's a natural.
And after she's done
driving against you,
we're gonna have a whole
different conversation.
[ Dani laughs]
MAN LEYI Lights out.
Go on. Get some rest.
Good night.
[cellphone rings]
- Hello.
- Roy,
you got a Lacey Myers
over there?
Yeah, I know her.
Eh, looks like she doesn't meet
the competition's age requirement.
You have documentation?
I thought this would be
a cakewalk, Hunter,
but these guys are good.
You worried about tomorrow?
Well, don't be.
If it comes to it, I'll take care of it.
Hey, what's that supposed to mean?
Okay, you're not gonna do
something stupid, are you?
[ Chuckles ]
Chandra's right, Hunter.
We were all ticked off
when those kids first got here,
- but they've proven themselves.
- Yeah.
They haven't proven anything.
They got lucky.
I'm gonna do whatever it takes
to guarantee victory.
I am not gonna lose my chance
to go to space.
And don't think I haven't seen you
fraternizing with the enemy,
making goo-goo eyes
at that Chinese kid.
You two better get with the program
and step it up, both of you.
And keep your mouths shut,
'cause if I go down...
you go down.
I'm sorry, Lacey...
more than you know.
But I--I have to call your mother.
I have to send you home.
[ No audible dialogue]
You could just let it go.
Can I?
It's just a girl who loves
this program so much
she fudged her application
by a few days.
Jimmy, she broke the rules.
She lied, and she's out.
Now, you cut corners in space,
and people die.
If she goes, we have no driver
for the buggy race,
we lose the competition,
we never go to space.
That is what you are here to learn.
You win as a team,
and you lose as a team.
This is CNM breaking news.
We're live from Houston, Texas,
where Hurricane Nancy
has picked up steam.
Simon, what can you tell us?
Currently have a barometric pressure
of 985 millibars,
and the center is getting
much closer as we speak.
Marshall, this is Houston.
to Kazakhstan Space Center
also being switched to your locale.
Quiet on deck.
Commander Phillips,
from all of us here at Houston,
good luck, and Godspeed.
All right, everyone. This is it.
I need all hands on deck.
Get me a secure line.
I need to talk to Russia yesterday.
BAO: Look at their legs.
They're like telephone poles.
More like tree trunks.
Can't compete with that.
- Not without steroids.
- Yeah.
Bad news, guys.
I couldn't convince Manley
to let Lacey stay.
Without our pilot, the race is over.
- Time to pack it in.
- Wait.
I think I might have a solution.
Ladies and gentlemen,
this is the moment
you have all been waiting for.
Now after a hard-fought week
by all the teams,
the Titans have a slight lead
over the Warriors,
so whoever wins
the great moon buggy race
will be our champion.
Have a great, great race,
everybody. Whoo!
- [ Cheering ]
- All right, Titans.
We've let these losers
hang around long enough.
Now it's time to end them.
Ready, big guy?
You can do it, baby.
Just remember
what Dale Earnhardt said.
Second place is just
the first-place loser.
Let's blow this up.
As we gear up to begin
the final competition
of the great Race to Space,
we have the Titans in first place,
the Warriors in second,
and the Redstones in third.
You can do this, Robonaut.
On your marks.
Get set.
Ladies and gentlemen,
the buggies are off,
and it looks like the Titans
are taking a fast lead
as we start the contest.
Come on. Come on.
As we round the first turn,
the Titans are holding on
to a nice lead over the Warriors.
We gotta pull ahead.
We are almost there.
- Come on, Jimmy.
- Jimmy.
Okay, we've got Robonaut.
Ladies and gentlemen,
a burst of speed
from the Warriors team
and Robonaut.
The Warriors and the Titans are
neck and neck, ladies and gentlemen.
Whoa. The Warriors have taken
a hard turn off the course.
Ah, we'll never catch up.
You win some. You lose some.
You wreck some.
We can use anything
at Space Camp, right?
What are you thinking?
Come on.
Quick! Quick! Quick!
Go! Go! Go!
Jimmy, hold on to your--
And the Warriors are back,
ladies and gentlemen, with rocket speed.
- We're gonna win.
- This is incredible.
- We're gonna win.
- They are taking the lead.
And it looks like the Warriors
- have got this contest in the bag.
- Yes!
We're gonna actually win this thing.
Oh, God. No!
The Titans come back
to win this thing.
We have a winner!
A winner!
[cheering ]
Congratulations to the Titans.
The winner of Space Camp's
Race to Space competition.
[ Rings]
Hi. This is Jimmy.
I can't take your call right now,
so you know what to do at the beep.
Darn it.
[cellphone rings]
Hey, Sally.
Hey, Andy.
I'm sorry to break in
on your boys vacation,
but, uh, can I talk to Jimmy
for just a second?
What makes you think
he's at my place?
Your place? He's--
You--You're fishing.
No, I'm not picking him up
till next week.
You didn't pick him up Monday?
What are you talking about?
Then he's missing?
Did you guys have a fight?
I did not have a fight with him.
You left me a message.
No, I didn't leave a message.
I heard your voice, Andy.
Hey, I'm not lying.
If this is some kind of sick joke
that the two of you are
playing on me, it's not funny.
You mean to tell me that
he's been missing for days?
There's a message with you saying--
You said that--
You said that you finished work
a week ahead of schedule
and that you wanted to take him
on a camping trip.
No, that wasn't me.
Jimmy must have--
I don't know--
made a tape.
SALLY: What are--
What are you saying?
Did he--Did he run away
from home 'cause I was--
'cause I was too hard on him?
[crying 1
Hang on.
I'm coming right over.
Oh, my gosh, Andy.
What are we gonna do?
- He's fine.
- What?
- He's safe. He's at the Space Camp.
- Where?
He's been there the whole time.
I wasn't sure at first,
but I made a phone call.
Why am I still scared, not angry?
Well, I'm sure you're scared for him.
Don't worry. The rage'll come.
I'd give it about three minutes.
Come on.
Let's go get the prisoner.
- L-I'll follow you.
- Okay.
So that's it.
ALL: Yes, sir!
I'll see you all tomorrow night
at graduation.
Ahem. Captain Manley.
Conway, Chandra,
something wrong?
[ Missile fires]
[explosion ]
Captain Manley.
What's going on?
You guys mind giving us a minute?
I'd like to have a word
with Mr. Hunter here.
- Yes, sir.
- Yes, sir, Captain.
See you guys later.
What's going on, Captain?
We run a competitive program
here, Mr. Hunter.
That doesn't include cheating.
Do you have something
you want to tell me?
[gum smacking ]
[ Stops 1
Captain Manley
would like to see you.
Captain Manley?
SALLY: Jimmy!
Mom, I--
Sit down.
There were about 30 seconds tonight
when I thought you might be dead.
And now I'm waiting to know why.
But when something is so important
and you only get to do it once,
once in your whole life--
No. You lied to us.
She'll never understand, Dad.
No, don't talk right now, Jimmy.
It's time to listen.
You're old enough to take
responsibility for what you do.
Look, life isn't about
where you're going
or how fast.
It's about how you get there.
All right?
L-it doesn't really matter
what you had in your mind
or your heart
or how much you wanted it
or how good your intentions were.
All that really matters is what you do,
because what we do
is who we are.
I'm sorry.
I'm so very sorry, Mom.
It's--it's not about sorry this time,
so you're gonna go,
and you're gonna say goodbye
to your teammates,
and we'll be waiting for you
to take you home.
In an unprecedented effort
in modern history,
the Russian space program
is mounting
what many are calling
an emergency launch
of a second Soyuz mission
to the International Space Station.
As one Soyuz rocket fuels
for takeoff in Kazakhstan,
a second Soyuz escape pod
lands halfway around the world
with three astronauts in Argentina.
The question now being
asked across the globe:
What exactly is going on
at the International Space Station?
Ladies and gentlemen,
we have a critical
life-support system anomaly.
I need you to find me someone
who understands exactly
what's happening up there.
We're ready and watching.
Wait. I know just the guy.
SALLY: You know every boy
wants to be like his father.
At times, it feels like
I'm parenting from the moon.
- [ cellphone rings ]
Excuse me.
I better take this.
Hello, Commander.
Yes, I'll be right there.
- Sorry. Excuse me.
- You're leaving?
Yes. It's an emergency.
I can't believe you.
I mean, our son is an emergency.
You're right.
You're absolutely right,
but you're not gonna believe
what Commander Phillips just told me.
ANNOUNCER: The two American
astronauts, we're being...
Jimmy, there's a problem
on the Space Station.
Three astronauts escaped already,
but three are left,
and they're running out of oxygen.
I heard something
about a rescue attempt.
The escape pod is only designed
to carry three people,
which means three crew members
remained behind.
In order to save oxygen,
they have taken shelter
in the Columbia module
and powered down
the rest of the station.
Now all eyes are on Russia,
awaiting a timetable
for the Soyuz rescue launch.
With no way to fix the damaged
ammonia pumps,
they're hoping to flood the oxygen-deprived
module with hydrogen
as a stopgap measure
until the rescue ship arrives.
We have very little
information at this time,
but we do have David Brookwell
on the phone.
There's something wrong, guys.
I have a plan, but I need your help.
What do you got in mind?
First, I need to find someone.
David, can you hear me?
The team aboard
the International Space Station
are now performing
emergency procedures
in an attempt to reduce
oxygen consumption.
We can reinstate shuttle Atlantis.
It won't work.
The astronauts will run out of air
before the rescue team
can reach them in seven hours.
Well, what do you suggest?
Keep looking for other options.
So if I hadn't called,
you just would have left.
Wow. I'm glad you're
not insecure or anything.
I was kind of hoping for a smile.
I've been plotting, you know,
either to get me back here
or to get you to go to Vegas.
I'm running on fumes right now.
I've got a lot on my mind.
Do you mean the astronauts
up at the Station?
- Yeah.
- They're gonna rescue them, right?
Well, they said that when debris
ripped through the station,
it hit an ammonia pump.
Now the oxygen generators
and the carbon dioxide removal
system aren't working,
and the only way to turn them on
is from the outside.
Their life support
is completely shut down?
Do they have reserves?
How much air do they have left?
Certainly not
the seven hours they need.
What you're saying
is the cosmonauts
won't survive until
the rescue ship arrives?
I did the numbers.
They'll arrive about half an hour
after the guys run out
of breathable air.
- You mean--
- That's exactly what I mean.
What are we gonna do about it?
I have an idea, but I don't think
they'd believe a kid.
Hey, whatever happened to,
"Let's win this"?
Who's stepping up now?
Come on.
We've got astronauts to save.
- Let's get moving.
- Let's go.
[car horn honks]
Never mind! Sorry!
Let me call you right back.
Guys, you're not supposed to be here.
Get back to the habitat.
Captain Manley,
Jimmy has something to tell you.
Look, I don't have time for this,
and, Lacey, you are not
supposed to be here.
Jimmy, you have to tell him.
I know how we can save
the astronauts.
Jimmy, the Soyuz will fix
the problem in seven hours.
Except the astronauts
will already be dead.
You've got five minutes.
So the Marshall Space Center
up the road
has the most advanced mockup
of the Space Station ever constructed.
We can save the astronauts in time
by using remote technology.
We have everything
we need right here.
We can connect to
and control robotic avatars
aboard the International
Space Station
and make the repairs using
specially designed motion-control suits
already designed
by NASA scientists.
- Thank you.
- You're welcome.
If we can convince the astronauts
to enter a state of deep sleep,
allowing them to lower
their body temperatures
and therefore use less oxygen,
this will give them the extra time
they need to survive.
Also, we will need to establish
a communications link with a satellite,
because all communications
have been rerouted
to Marshall
due to Hurricane Nancy.
We can do this if we work together,
as a team.
Well, I need to talk to someone.
MANLEY: Andy, it's Roy.
I'm on my way over.
Any luck?
I'm with the Commander now.
So far, I think the kid's idea
is our only option.
[ No audible dialogue]
Update to Soyuz rescue mission launch,
1 hour and 45 minutes.
[ Speaking Russian ]
[ Speaking Russian ]
Sir, we may have
come up with a solution.
Uh, my team.
[chuckles] Captain...
your team are children.
Yes, sir, but...
they may have found an answer,
a game plan.
Oh. Well, th-that's good.
Not a moment too soon.
Let me get Houston on the phone,
tell 'em they could take
the evening off.
Let me tell you,
a gaggle of 15-year-olds
can't solve this problem.
That's the real world, gentlemen,
and when they fail,
no one's gonna blame them.
They're only children.
You know what this country
needs this program for?
We live in a country
where children don't choose
to be scientists,
or--or mathematicians,
not anymore,
not in the numbers we need,
not like it used to be,
when this program
was a drawing card,
when a man walked on the moon,
when space was a magnet,
a pied piper.
We're still alive, boys, but...
it's a flickering flame,
so don't do anything
that's gonna snuff it out,
that's gonna give its final deathblow.
Sir, my kid's on that team,
and I really think
their plan might work.
What makes you
so sure it can't?
- Yes, sir.
- Yes, sir.
We just met with a buddy of ours
from NASA.
He said over 75 agencies
are working on the problem.
The best and the brightest
from all over the world are on it.
Now, we asked him if he had heard
of anyone suggesting
using remote technology
to have the Robonaut on the ship
fix the life-support problem.
Or putting the astronauts
and cosmonauts to sleep.
And he asked,
"What good would that do?"
Then we said it might
buy us just enough time
before they run out of oxygen.
You know what else he said?
"Tell the kids to go back to gaming"?
He said, "Right now..."
"no idea is bad one."
"Especially those."
So why are you standing around
like a bunch of otters
scratching your bellies?
Come on. Get to work.
- Let's do this.
- Yeah.
Here. These should help.
Hey, Jimmy, are--are you
sure about all this?
Yes. How's the program going?
It's good. It's good.
This is all I got.
- Great. Thanks.
- Okay.
We have breaking news
coming through, Tim.
The second escape pod
was damaged,
which means three crew members
remain behind.
In order to save oxygen,
they have taken shelter
in the Columbia module
and powered down
the rest of the station.
[ Radio chatter]
Now all hopes rest
with the rescue Soyuz
that's being launched
out of Russia.
[woman speaking Russian ]
[ Man speaking Russian ]
[counting down in Russian ]
We have liftoff
of Russian Soyuz rescue.
Okay, folks, 3-dash-34.
Atlantis, your
How are we doing?
It's mathematically impossible, sir.
They're not gonna make it.
Are you sure?
I'm sure.
Take over.
- HEY-
- HEY-
Cheering section, we need that.
Excuse me.
Okay, Space Camp, you're up.
We've lost contact with the ISS.
It happens twice a day for half an hour.
We lose connection
with the satellite.
Unless you have another way
in which you can contact
the Space Station,
I'm afraid your plan is moot.
Dad--I mean, sir,
can you fill in the Commander?
Pretty good, son.
How did you know that a ham radio
could connect to the Space Station?
It's how I talked to my dad
when he was in space.
Ah. Looks like you
didn't fall far from the tree.
You're on, Jimmy.
This is James Hawkins.
We're here in Huntsville.
We're here to help.
As we speak,
the Soyuz rescue mission
is on its way to you
with oxygen reserves.
For now, I need you to look
into your MCN500 codebook.
[ Speaking Russian ]
Follow protocol XD78.
[ Speaking Russian ]
Is Russian for "is all good."
ANDY: You're on, Sergei.
Now, you're sure your program gives us
remote access to the Space Station?
Either that, or about 6 billion people
are going to lose their cable television.
Come on.
I don't believe it.
We have control.
- [cheering ]
- Ah, yes.
- Yeah! Whoo!
- Whoo!
Captain Manley, we sure could use
all the help we can get.
As you requested. Titans.
It's nice to be working with you.
Instead of against you.
- Let's do it.
- Come over here.
All right, we don't have
a lot of time, so listen up.
This will put you
in a state of deep sleep
until the rescue Soyuz arrives.
These canisters were developed by NASA
for just such an emergency.
Trust us.
[gas hissing ]
[ Music playing only]
Now, Dani, in order to repair
the ISS atmosphere system,
you're going to pump 165.
It's the only ammonia pump
that works.
- Good luck, guys.
- All right, take us up.
Holograph to go in 3, 2, 1.
Robonaut is connecting with Dexter.
[ "Elevation" by U2 playing ]
Dani, the rest is up to you.
Jimmy, Rusty, let's begin removing
the faulty ammonia pump.
Yeah, yeah
Whoo ooh
Whoo ooh ooh
Whoo ooh
High, higher than the sun...
DANI: Okay,
I've got Robonaut Two.
Coming at you Motor City style.
Elevate my soul
I've got no self-control
Been living like a mole now
Going down...
Jimmy, inside the panel
you'll see two external cooling loops.
Very carefully, remove
the faulty pump module.
So high
Easy does it, Dani.
We need some of the ship to last.
Whoo ooh ooh
Whoo ooh
Okay, there are three liters
of breathable oxygen left.
It's going to be close.
Mission Control to rescue.
E.T.A. for rendezvous
with Space Station?
45 minutes, sir,
at current orbital velocity.
DANI: Jimmy and Rusty,
here comes the replacement
ammonia pump.
Here you go, Jimmy.
JIMMY: Positioning
new ammonia pump now.
- [alarm blaring]
- COMPUTER: Warning.
Debris detected in perimeter of ISS.
Warning. Debris detected...
Debris in the pizza box.
Pizza box?
Yeah, it's the 30-by-30-square-mile area
around the Station.
If any foreign objects or space junk
gets anywhere near it,
evasive action's taken.
in seven minutes,
more satellite debris
is going to collide with the Station.
We need to begin
debris avoidance maneuver.
No, no, Jimmy, hang on.
Hang on.
You know D.A.M.s take the pros
30 minutes to pull off.
- Andy.
- Jimmy, wait.
We--We don't have a choice.
The debris rips through the Station,
and the rescue's over
before it even began.
There's still a chance
it misses the ISS.
Yeah, there is a chance,
but in real life, it hits.
You know, pushing tools around
with remotes is one thing,
but--but moving
an entire space station
that weighs almost a million
pounds is something else.
If something goes wrong,
Jimmy and these kids,
they're gonna carry
the deaths of these people
around with them
for the rest of their lives.
We did not buy in for that.
They can do it.
Jimmy can do it.
If you'd seen what I'd seen
from these kids in the past few days,
you'd know they have what it takes.
I'm--I'm sure that's true,
but you're not gonna
turn me on this, Roy.
He's my son.
It's not your call, Andy.
Let's see whose orders he takes.
Jimmy, begin debris
avoidance maneuver.
You might not have
listened to me in '03,
but you can't fire me tonight.
Andy, let's talk over there
for a second, okay? Here.
Let him do it.
He's better at this at 15
than I've ever been at anything
in my entire life.
I can't let my fear stop him.
He's earned this,
and I believe that he can handle it.
Jimmy, I need your help.
In two minutes,
there's gonna be another collision
of satellite debris with the Station.
Start D.A.M.s.
Let's get these guys home.
We got it, Dad.
Take me down, Sergei.
I know just what we need.
Thank you.
Okay, Lacey, you're on.
I've never piloted anything real
in space before, just simulators.
I don't know if I can do this.
What if I screw up?
You won't screw up.
You're the most awesomest pilot I know.
BAO: Okay, Lacey, you're on.
Let's move the Station .5 degrees up
and begin debris avoidance maneuver.
All right, this just in.
We are live from the U.S.
Space and Rocket Center.
They are now saying
that perhaps additional debris
from the satellite collision
could be threatening
a rescue operation.
debris avoidance maneuver.
Engaging Russian thrusters.
Debris is coming in.
Be careful, guys.
Adjusting orbital velocity.
Mission Control, the debris
has cleared the Space Station.
- [cheering ]
- I repeat,
the debris has cleared
the Space Station.
JIMMY: Great job, Lacey.
Never thought
I'd be so glad to see you.
Okay, now bolt down
the spare ammonia pump into place.
- You got it?
- Come on.
Come on. Come on.
Okay, replacement ammonia pump
is operational.
O2 at 5%.
It's not working.
Take us down, Sergei.
SERGEI: The astronauts
are consuming too much oxygen
because the temperature
is rising.
Okay, well,
what'd we do wrong?
It's not you.
The Station is
supposed to rotate
every 91 minutes.
To keep from overheating.
Yeah, we gotta get the Station
in the shadow
to cool it down
and conserve oxygen.
Lacey, how long will it take?
Roughly 14 minutes.
You don't have 14 minutes.
You've got two.
But we need more power.
We can increase thrusters.
Nice try, Einstein.
The Space Station
weighs a million pounds.
Einstein! That's it.
He's right.
The Einstein cargo module
has its own thrusters.
Please, just one little break
is all I ask.
Okay, Lacey.
Turn and burn.
Look! It's working!
The temperatures,
they're falling!
And the oxygen
is stabilizing!
This bird is turned,
but not burned.
[ Applause ]
Russian Soyuz spacecraft
breaking 10-mile radius.
Ladies and gentlemen,
we are minutes away
from the Soyuz docking with
the International Space Station.
We are now being told
by Russian flight control in Korolev
and NASA in Houston
that there may not
have been enough oxygen
to keep the sedated
astronauts alive.
Soyuz Four, your docking entry
is right on target.
All systems go.
Powering down
Soyuz rockets four and five.
Captain Gorski is on approach
and about to open
the air compression hatch
to the Columbia module.
[gas hissing ]
I'm really sorry to report
I don't think we have
any survivors here.
- Oh, yes.
- [cheering ]
[ Speaking Russian ]
[cheering ]
Mission accomplished.
In the night,
the stormy night
Away she'd fly
And dream
of para-para-paradise
Oh, oh, oh,
oh, oh, oh, oh
She'd dream of para-para...
I'm very proud to present
the first-place trophy
to the winner
of this year's competition,
to the Space Warriors,
[ applause ]
[cheering ]
[fireworks popping ]
Two months?
That's one month grounding
from each of us.
Consider it a punishment gift.
- Mom.
- Yes?
Without everything
you've ever done for me,
we wouldn't be here right now,
and those men wouldn't have made it.
Oh, Captain.
- Jimmy.
- Captain.
I'll see you in the stars.
Mom, Dad,
you remember Lacey.
I'm really sorry to interrupt,
but me and some of the other kids
were wondering if you wanted
to get a pizza or something.
I suppose the grounding
could start after dinner.
ANDY: Sure, you guys.
Go on. Beat it.
Let's go, Lacey. I'm starved.
And so it begins.
How 'bout we get a bite?
- Okay.
- Come on.
JIMMY: Unbelievable
it was only three years ago.
My grounding was longer
than Space Camp itself,
where the Warriors are
now the returning champs
and astronauts-to-be.
We are, we are
Whoo! Hey, guys.
- Jimmy.
- Jimmy, boy.
We are, we are...
Ah, this is crazy. Here.
The ice cream's melting.
We have to eat it first.
A pizza for dessert? You rock.
Best party ever! Whoo!
- You ready?
- Oh.
Oh, what are you doing?
[cheering ]
All right, here we go. And...
Okay, 1, 2, s.
[ Record needle scratches]
We look to the ever after
- We are the strangers
- Ahem.
We practically in danger
We know these roads here
They never seem to bode well
It's our predicament
And we ain't even sick of it...
What is going on here?
Team building, sir.
This your idea, Hawkins?
Full responsibility, sir.
So we live on the run
We keep our eyes set,
eyes set...
Carry on.
[cheering ]
We are unstoppable
We are, we are
For the impossible
We are, we are
We are the kingdom come
That's who we are
We are, we are
We are unstoppable
We are, we are
For the impossible
We are, we are
We are the kingdom come
That's what we are
We keep it moving
This path
is by our choosing
When we get tripped up
We call above for lift up
Stay busy bashing
While we proceed with passion
They say we missing it
But I'm inclined to stick with this
We make our moves
in mysterious ways
We'd rather burn out
than stick to the shade
Not of this world,
so we live on the run
We got our hearts set
Hearts set
On what is to come
We are, we are
We are unstoppable
We are, we are
For the impossible
We are, we are
We are the kingdom come
That's what we are
We are, we are
We are unstoppable
We are, we are
For the impossible
We are, we are
We are the kingdom come
That's what we are
That's who we are
There's no disguising
The truth is rising
There's no disguising
The truth is rising
To live is Christ
To die is gain
We're not afraid
To live is Christ
To die is gain
So break the noise
We're not afraid
[echoing ]
We are, we are
We are, we are
[ Normal ]
We are, we are
We are unstoppable
We are, we are
For the impossible
We are, we are
We are the kingdom come
That's what we are
That's who we are
We are unstoppable
That's what we are
That's who we are
For the impossible
That's what we are
We are unstoppable
We are,
that's who we are
For the impossible
That's what we are
That's who we are