Apollo 11 (2019) - Documentary, History

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

IMDB: 8.4
Director: Todd Douglas Miller
Stars: Buzz Aldrin, Joan Ann Archer
Length: 93 Minutes
PG Rating: G
Reviews: 5 out of 85 found boring (5.88%)

One-line Reviews (24)

"Apollo 11" is a start to finish riveting documentary of the first manned mission to the moon.

The fact that this film is comprised of all archival footage and sound is stunning.

When you combine all of these elements, it makes for outright compelling viewing.

This also makes for an adrenaline pumping sequence with the long buildup to the launch.

Fascinating styles and substance comprise this glimpse of 1969 humanity in its purest, unaffected form: Americans and tourists and their children elated, in a dignified way, to watch history in the making.

This is little more than propaganda.

Apollo 11 (2019) 7.5 Act 1 - 7.7 Act 2 - 7.3 Act 3 - 7.5Good Incredible archive footage Pieces together beautifully Incredible shots Starts days before launch and ends on returnBad A little boring at times Wish it went a little deeper into who the astronauts were

's was entertaining enough.

With the clear image and modern soundtrack, it is a thrilling experience to see on the big screen.

As in any NASA documentary-it cannot be left out- is the dance, perfectly choreographed, in the fluorescently-lit stage of the control rooms, at Houston and Kennedy, of man after man, in rapid succession, giving the thrilling order: "Go.

Exciting material, dull presentation .

The film is loaded with breathtaking never before seen footage.

Quiet, absorbing .

And it's fascinating.

Kind of boring in the middle.

Amazing footage, but much of the movie we found too slow .

"Apollo 11": Stunning Tribute to one of America's most Glorious Moments .

For someone who wasn't alive to witness this when it happened, this is an astonishingly well put-together collection of archival footage and sound clips that results in a seamlessly breathtaking recreation of the Apollo 11 mission.

Absolutely Breathtaking.

Breathtaking images and no annoying commentary.

You know they make it but the tension was intense.

After recently re-watching Apollo 13 and marveling at how accurate the special effects looked, to see the real deal is breathtaking.

With no narration and just the words of the astronauts and the people at Mission Control to guide us, I was on the edge of my seat watching velocity numbers increase and decrease accompanied by a pulsating music score.

Up there with them now is 2019's Apollo 11, an exciting new film from Todd Douglas Miller that is begging for you to see it on the biggest screen possible.