Atom User Reviews for Above and Beyond: NASA's Journey to Tomorrow
Will awake you to the issues facing our planet
Not to be missed! Everyone needs to know!
Should be a mandatory showing in all schools from elementary through high school.
awe inspiring, enjoyed the nostalgic look back on NASA's history. Views from space not commonly seen were great
The information posted when I bought the ticket said it was 2 hours, included a custom introduction and a promotional giveaway. It was 90 minutes. If there was a custom intro, it happened while I ran to the lobby to inform them that they hadn’t turned on the sound. There was no giveaway. I’m thinking I could’ve just watched it on the Discovery Channel.
Amazing summary of an amazing organization (something actually great from the government!) and how it has changed our world - and continues to do so!
Loved it! Such a great film about NASAs history, capabilities and the importantance of the work its scientists do. ❤️
Disappointed. Was hoping for this movie to be more about space and less about global warming.
I was really looking forward to this movie but really did not enjoy it . Almost went to sleep the movie did not start on time I had to go get someone to come and start movie . There was no give away. Seemed like mostly about global warming. I wanted to see how NASA started about the astronauts . More about the space shuttles things of that nature. Felt like this was a political movie.
The truth of science explained in clear terms. What we all need to know about our earth and it's future.
Amazing on the big screen!
Disappointed. I didn't realize it was going to be about global warming. It would be appropriate for students in middle school and high school. It really did cover the history of NASA, but it was all related back to the data collection how the facts indicate global warming. I was really hoping to see more footage of space, Mars, the sun etc. I gave it 4 stars because it was a well done film.
Somewhat disjointed because it goes back and forth from Global Warming to space exploration over and over again. Still an amazing film though. Eye opening on NASA's environmental work, which is probably little known. Highlights most of NASA's achievements over 60 years (gorgeous Hubble images), but as an important an issue as Global Warming is, I wish it would have gotten equal treatment as all the other achievements and not be the focus of practically half the film. Above and Beyond seems like a misnomer because you will be spending quite some time here on Earth and its climate challenge.