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(17954) 8.2 93 min 2019

Apollo 11 is a movie starring Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins, and Buzz Aldrin. A look at the Apollo 11 mission to land on the moon led by commander Neil Armstrong and pilots Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins.

Deke Slayton, Buzz Aldrin, Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins
Documentary, History
Todd Douglas Miller

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary, History
Director Todd Douglas Miller
Stars Deke Slayton, Buzz Aldrin, Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins
Country USA
Also Known As アポロ11 完全版, Apolo 11, 阿波羅11號, Apollo 11: First Steps, Apollo 11. Primeros pasos
Runtime 1H 33M
Description A look at the Apollo 11 mission to land on the moon led by commander Neil Armstrong and pilots Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins.

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Sunday, 02 Aug 2020 20:28

SPOILERS From the moment Apollo 11 touches down on the moon, an odd phenomenon is observed. The film starts with a scene where we hear Neil Armstrong's voice telling the story of how he and Buzz Aldrin set foot on the moon and its' aftermath. The interview lasts about an hour, and though this is only one of many times we hear Armstrong's voice, it's one of the most affecting parts. When you hear this tale of his heroics and the situation that it brought, you can't help but wonder how this man was able to withstand the brutal conditions he found himself in. From there, we get to hear from Buzz Aldrin and we learn that he is now the first man on the moon. Although this part of the film does not offer any new information about the mission, it is interesting to see how he handled his situation in such a dangerous situation. We learn a little bit about the conditions that he faced in the moon's atmosphere, and we learn that he was a man of great courage. As for why he set foot on the moon, you can tell that he had a tremendous amount of faith in what he was doing, and he believed that if he was successful, it would be because of his belief in the mission and not because of any money. The film ends with Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, walking on the moon. They reminisce about the mission and they reminisce about the friendships that they developed during the mission. There's a great sense of pride and accomplishment that you get from the relationship that the two men have. The Apollo 11 and Apollo 13 documentaries are great. But, I do feel that this one is superior in every way. The events that the astronauts experienced are amazing, and the fact that the interviews are so moving is what makes it so special. The only thing that is different about this documentary is that you can actually watch it for free. This is a great documentary that everyone should see.
Monday, 27 Jul 2020 13:44

At one point in my viewing of this movie I said, "How could you possibly make this film any better?" In response to this I was met with the silence of an elephant. I will admit that the reason I saw it was to see what Apollo 11 was up to. As far as the film goes, I found it pretty darn good. It definitely lacks in the details, but then again this was the first time I had ever seen a documentary film about Apollo 11. So you might be forgiven for wondering, how could I possibly improve on a film that is actually based on a story that took place only a few years ago? Well, I did some research and found out that the director of this film had been Apollo 11's friend, and this guy is also the person that was in charge of the actual film making. So I began to feel like I had an insight into what was going on inside of this film. What I found out, is that the reason that the movie was made was because of a murder that happened to the president's brother and therefor, the whole idea behind this documentary was that if the movie could make a profit, then it would not be for nothing. This is a good idea and I was very happy that this director was able to get this film made. I do feel though, that if I had not had access to this film I may have found out that much more about the actual story that I found interesting. As a matter of fact, I could tell that much more about the story of Apollo 11 if I had not seen this film. If you decide to watch this movie, I would advise that you do so as you may want to do some research on what happened. I would give this film an 8 out of 10.
Sunday, 21 Jun 2020 04:37

A movie that should be on the American Library Association's (ALA) "recommended" list. Yes, it's a lot like "The New Yorker" in that it has many similarities, but, this movie has some outstanding elements and was done a great service by the filmmakers. What made it special is the story about the Apollo astronauts. Their lives, their stories, their missions. The story of the Kennedy family is told in a very realistic way, and the way they were portrayed. The father in particular is very well played by Norman Spinrad, who was the first person to step up into the family business when they took over the business in 1957. I was very impressed by the way they portrayed the Kennedy family, and how it really was like back then. I'm sure that a lot of people who watched this movie saw it as a film about the Kennedy family, and it's a great one to see. The part that I loved the most is that they had a great conversation between the father and son about the family business, which I have to admit is something I have never seen done before in any film. I have to admit that I didn't really care much about what they said about the family business. I thought it was a little preachy. However, it did bring up a lot of interesting and thought-provoking topics about family business, including the fact that, when your father dies, you are supposed to bring him back in. The father in this case is an old man, and the idea of bringing him back in, even if it is an old man, is really fascinating. I think that the story and the presentation of the movie was good. I also thought that the footage of the family business was very interesting and it showed that it was quite an unusual business back then. The part that really stuck with me was the ending. I can't tell you how much I was shocked by it. I thought that it was an awesome ending, that made me think that life is beautiful and that it's a beautiful thing to experience. What was most amazing about the ending was that the father and son talked about their business. What surprised me was that the son even said, "That was my father, that was my father." This is one of the things that really stuck with me. I thought that they really did have a good conversation about the business and about the life of the Kennedy family. I loved that it was a family movie, but I also loved the fact that they used real footage of the Kennedy family, and I think that this made the movie very interesting. I think that this movie was good and worth seeing. I also think that it was an excellent movie about the Kennedy family. I recommend this movie to anyone who has an interest in the Kennedy family, especially Kennedy family history. I would give it a seven out of ten.

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