When Noriko, Amane and their friends left for a week-long summer camp experience in the countryside, they had no idea that they were about to embark on a galactic adventure! After helping a wounded, dog-like alien, the creature offers to take them to a spaceport on the moon where fantastical beings, flashy sights and new friends await them. Together, the gang will travel between worlds, dodge nefarious poachers and even encounter the most famous television show in the galaxy, as they embark on the best summer vacation of their lives!
Leave any child unattended for a length of time and they will undoubtedly find themselves in some sort of mischief, even if they weren't looking to get into trouble, and all world weary parents, teachers and carers will attest to this as truth. The main reason for it is because kids are naturally curious individuals (when you're young the universe tends to be a fascinating place), and are more willing to accept... read more
- Animated by A-1 Pictures, a studio with high budgets in all its works, so the movie looks wonderful.
- Directed by Masunari Kouji, who has produced some nice minor titles from time to time (Photon, Read or Die) but in all he never produced something amazing.
Welcome to the Space Show by all means not a bad family movie, but it definitely is not a great one... read more