Spare Parts


Action / Drama

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 56%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 88%
IMDb Rating 7.3 10 8751


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May 22, 2015 at 07:30 AM



Jamie Lee Curtis as Ms. Karen Lowry
Alexa PenaVega as Karla
Marisa Tomei as Gwen Kolinsky
Carlos PenaVega as Oscar Vazquez
817.39 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 54 min
P/S 2 / 41

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by miller_family8879 9 / 10

Heartwarming and Inspirational

This movie appears not be in wide release, at least in my area, but I would ask any parents with children in the 5th grade and above to consider seeing this move for the many messages and insights this film presents. Based on a true story of a four immigrant high school students in Arizona and their quest to compete in a prestigious robotics competition, you will find yourself by movie's end cheering and inspired while shedding a few tears along the way.

George Lopez, Jamie Lee Curtis, Marisa Tomei and Esai Morales provide good performances, but the real stars are the four young actors who portray the students. Their performances will draw you into their world and give you a brief glimpse into lives that few Americans have seen.

While the recreation of the competition itself is as intense as a sports movie, it is the path and the detours these four boys must make on the road to the competition that makes one contemplate aspects of our education and immigration policies.

Make sure to stay through the entire film to see pictures and information about the actual participants and what they did post high school.

Reviewed by bbickley13-921-58664 8 / 10

Hits all the right notes a heart warming inspiring story should hit.

I love movies about science.

This was a very cool underdog story, similar to underdog stories found in sports movies, but this time, the sport is a science competition in which four Hispanic high schoolers dare to dream big by entering a robotics competition on a college level, and they end up surprising themselves most of all.

Based on a true story, when it comes to the competition itself the filmmakers got to keep it real. Their win was not perfect, but for me that's what made this the perfect underdogs become Victorious movie.

And for being his first semi-dramatic role, Gorge Lopez was the funniest I've ever seen in a picture. His name came first as the biggest star (despite having Jamie Lee Curtis and Marisa Tomei as his costars), but he was the supporting actor, cheering on these four boys as they achieve greatness beyond what their environment thought they could.

It's good to see and uplifting film, even better when it's about reality

Reviewed by TravelBug Susan 10 / 10

Inspirational True Story

Just returned from seeing this movie based on a true story. Four Hispanic-American high school students want to enter an underwater robotics competition which will pit their entry against some of the greatest tech minds in MIT, Cambridge, etc. Led by their reluctant, substitute teacher (George Lopez), they must use their fund-raising skills, minds, and teamwork to try to achieve an almost impossible goal.

What a GREAT flick. Very highly recommended. I give it 10 stars on IMDb and five stars on Fandango. I laughed, I cried, I laughed until I cried, I was deeply touched. It's inspiring, heart-warming, touching, well acted, and superbly paced.

Just go!

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