Due to the deaths of George O'Hanlon, Penny Singleton and of course Mel Blanc, this movie is the ending of The Jetsons. The Jetsons will always be good, along with: The Flintstones, Scooby-Doo and The Smurfs. I'm real sad that The Jetsons ended after this movie. It may have ended unexpectedly, but at least it will always be one of the most memorable.
This big-screen adaptation of "The Jetsons" may have been a test to see if a third "Jetsons" installment--"Super Jetsons"--could be launched on television by Hanna-Barbera. Unfortunately, those plans never materialized. What we're left is simply a long, drawn-out episode of what life might be like if the Jetsons actually had to leave Orbit City and find life in a remote galaxy. I automatically subtracted one point because of Tiffany replacing Janet Waldo as the voice of Judy Jetson; this is an otherwise well-produced movie that will leave me looking forward to another big-screen adaptation that is tentatively scheduled for next year (the Jetsons' 50th anniversary).
George is promoted to vice-president of Spacely's outer space asteroid mining facility where he moves the family as he begins his new job in space. They're not too thrilled as they have to move away from home from their friends. But the family meet new friends and robots to ease things along. As for George, his new position leads to jeopardy as the mining facility is repeatedly sabotaged. But the reason for this may lead to more danger if the mining works aren't stopped.
This changed everything I felt about The Jetsons! The animation was beautifully done. A little ruff in the outline, but nicely done. The Jetsons are legendary and will forever be a 10/10.
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