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"Who will rule the future?"
  • PG-13
  • 1986
  • 1 hr 34 min
  • 4.7  (4,820)
  • 24

Solarbabies is a sci-fi movie from 1986 that is set in a post-apocalyptic world. It tells the story of a group of young orphaned teenagers who have been left to survive on their own in the barren wasteland. The group is made up of five friends who live in an orphanage that is run by a strict and cruel warden known as Grock (played by Richard Jordan).

The friends are played by Jason Patric (who plays Jason), Jami Gertz (who plays Terra), Lukas Haas (who plays Daniel), James Le Gros (who plays Metron), and Claude Brooks (who plays Rabbit). They are known as the Solarbabies because they are fans of a game that is played on roller skates which involves a glowing ball that is powered by the sun.

One day, while playing their game, they discover an orb that has landed from space. The orb has the ability to create water, and the friends realize that it could be the key to saving their world. They set out on a mission to find a way to unlock the power of the orb and save their world from the destruction that surrounds them.

Along the way, they meet a mysterious woman named Bodhi (played by Sarah Douglas) who seems to know more about the orb than they do. She tells them that the orb is actually a part of a larger machine that has the ability to provide life-sustaining power to the entire planet. She also reveals that they are being pursued by Grock and his men, who are after the orb for their own gain.

As the group journeys through the dangerous wasteland, they face many challenges and obstacles including run-ins with dangerous gangs and treacherous terrain. But they are determined to save their world and are willing to do whatever it takes to unlock the power of the orb.

The movie is a classic example of 80s sci-fi, with its vibrant colors and over-the-top action sequences. The roller skating scenes are particularly memorable, and the special effects for the time were impressive. The themes of friendship and determination are prominent throughout the movie, and the young cast give solid performances.

Overall, Solarbabies is a fun and entertaining sci-fi movie that is perfect for fans of the genre. It may not be a cinematic masterpiece, but it is a enjoyable ride that will leave you cheering for the Solarbabies until the end.

Solarbabies is a 1986 science fiction movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 34 minutes. It has received poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 4.7 and a MetaScore of 24.

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    1 hr 34 min
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  • IMDB Rating
    4.7  (4,820)
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