Space Junk 3D 2012


Action / Documentary

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 73%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 6.4
IMDb Rating 6.4


Space Junk is a visually explosive journey of discovery that weighs the solutions aimed at restoring our planet's orbits.

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Tom Wilkinson as Narrator
Nicola Lambo as Space Command Analyst #4
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by TheMarwood 5 / 10

A quick lesson about junk in earth's orbit

Space Junk brings much needed focus to the problem about junk in earth's orbit and the effects it might have on space travel and even communication here on earth. It's a short educational documentary, that seems more suited for a 30 minute slot on the Discovery Channel or PBS, than on an IMAX screen. There is too much reliance on digital effects here and quite frankly, they're terrible. Space Junk feels designed to be a visual experience, as much as it wants to be an educational one, but the bargain basement CG never lets this rise to anything but a quick lesson about dead satellites and how the space in earth's orbit is smaller than you think.

Reviewed by Horst in Translation ([email protected]) 4 / 10

Never gets to the core of the problem

"Space Junk 3D" is a 37-minute (including credits) documentary movie from 2012, so this one has its 5th anniversary already this year. it is among the more known works by director and co-writer Melissa R. Butts. The narration in the English version is by Oscar nominee Tom Wilkinson. The title already describes fairly well what this one is about. Or does it really? Yes there are sequences where the focus is on junk that humans put into space and that has not been used by anybody in decades and it is just there doing nothing and will stay there for a long time too in the future. But then the focus is missing entirely. It talks about how we humans have to act reasonably, but that's it. Depth and further explanations are missing entirely. Is it not enough that we pollute the Earth that much, but really necessary to extend our reckless behavior into the orbit. Also completely aside from situations, the film occasionally feels like a generic space documentary that has very little to offer in terms of informative value. This is quite a negatively impressive achievement for a runtime of under 40 minutes. Here and there is a slid moment and the film is definitely not junk, but it offers far from enough compared to what it could have been looking at the subject. I give it a thumbs-down. Not recommended.

Reviewed by Shahriar Kabir Pavel 8 / 10

Space debris catastrophe

It's a short documentary on making concern the viewers about the situation we are going through. Though we think space is vast and empty, but actually for satellites we do have problems. Cause, Lots of nations in summation there are thousands of this stuff. The catastrophe in space is multiplicative for this case.It was easy to representation for understanding. Maybe we people can get it better the visualized thing than the mathematical data. The purpose was to inform the mass people about the space traffic. Space traffic too can get jammed. The time coming front of us is to get rid of the problems. Our challenge is to clear our space. Japan's idea is a good one to go.

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