Space Chimps

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 ChimpsEdit

  • 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 [1]

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