We watched this with my daughter and her boyfriend from Europe tonight. I have always thought that it is a compilation of actual experiences of of people around my age in the 1950s when they were children. One reason is that some of these experiences the boy in the movie experiences I also experienced. I don't mean remembering flying in a UFO as child but I do mean many other experiences tied in with this movie. So, it makes me wonder just how many Americans and other children around the world have had experiences somewhat like the boy in this movie? And how did these experiences permanently change the thousands and likely millions of children around the world whose lives were changed forever by these real UFO experiences? And what does this mean to future mankind here on earth? both in the short run and in the long run?
Flight of the Navigator is a 1986 American science fiction adventure film directed by Randal Kleiser and written by Mark H. Baker, Michael Burton and Matt ...
Produced by: Dimitri Villard; Robert Wald
Distributed by: Buena Vista Pictures