Atom User Reviews for Apollo 11
The hair on the back of my neck stood up during launch. Tears came during landing. It was perfect. See it in IMAX!
Very interesting and great choice of footage to get the experience of the time and event. I wish there was a little more on the science and math that was being recorded and the monitoring process....but very well done overall.
Especially great in IMAX
Lived through this time as a young boy... it was so awesome to re-live it and actually see it from the Astronauts prospective...Go see it... you will want to stand up an applaud
Simply put, Wow!
God bless America
Some amazing footage, but a fairly uninteresting doc all together.
GREAT and INSPIRING film, you’ll leave the theater proud of what we can accomplish as a nation when we tap our vast resources and brain power. Even though you think you know the story of Apollo 11, you’ll see it from different viewpoints and marvel at what a feat that was in 1969, considering the available technology at the time. BRING THE SCHOOL AGE KIDS, they’ll learn so much and hopefully be inspired to reach new heights in education and in life. 🇺🇸 🔭🚀
brings back memories of things I forgot about, transiter radios.
What materializes isn’t a fresh way of understanding this event, but rather a new set of images for telling the same story. This is obviously the wiser choice, commercially; artistically, it proves frustrating, even as this method has its revelations.
I don't think Apollo 11 should be anybody's first or only exposure to the moon landing and its greatest strength is in recognizing that. Its perspective and immediacy are impressive on their own and the documentary takes a worthwhile and distinctive place within the wider storytelling of this important event.
This meticulously conceived documentary is both a definitive account of the voyage as well as a creative, cinematic you-are-there unfolding of the events that transpired.