When I was about 7 in 2009 I watched a movie from a VHS tape that I had also watched a couple years before. I believe it was released in the 1990s.
In this live-action movie, I remember there being an army of kids on a space craft. There was a "God" or leader in a foggy white room, who was pretty old. At the end of the movie, two of the adult characters kiss as the movie ends.
Additional notes from from what I remember: All the characters were white All characters were human looking The goal of the movie was to get the man out of the white room
What I know the movie isn't: The Fifth Element, Total Recall, Gattaca, Galaxy Quest, Armageddon, Starship Troopers, Event Horizon, Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace, Screamers, Stargate, Spaced Invaders, Alien Intruder, The Arrival, The Puppet Masters, Abraxas, Guardian of the Universe, Solar Crisis, Mars Attacks, Moon 44, Alien 3, Alien: Resurrection, Dead Space, Lifepod, Star Trek: First Contact, Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, Star Trek Generations, Star Trek: Insurrection, Lost in Space, Muppets From Space, Virus, Space Truckers, Soldier, Apollo 13, Wing Commander, Contact, and Crossworlds
Other: This movie was suitable enough to show to second graders at the time. I had first watched the movie in Syria when I was about 5. The second time I saw it was when I had been walking on a street with my brother, when I found it laying infront of a house. I had remembered the movie from the cover alone, and my school used to movies once a month to the whole school. After one of the movies had ended, I went to one of the teachers to ask them to play it the next time. During then, I knew very little English, and now I assume they thought the movie was the school's. Fastforward about a month, we watch that same movie that I gave them. Ever since then I haven't seen it, or heared of it.