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With the fortieth anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing upon us it is no surprise that there would be a dramatization of that historic flight to accompany the anniversary. That movie would be Moonshot, which is at least the third dramatization of the Apollo 11 Moon landing (the first two being the 1996 TV film Apol1o 11 and the episode from the 1998 miniseries From The World To The Moon entitled "Mare Tranquilitatis"). While it covers much of the same ground Moonshot proves to be just as interesting and watchable as either of those efforts even with some drawbacks.The acting of the movie is fine stuff. The three astronauts were especially well cast with Daniel Lapaine as Neil Armstrong, James Marsters as Buzz Aldrin and Andrew Lincoln as Michael Collins. Lapaine in particular excels in the role of Armstrong and wonderfully captures the boy who would go down in the history ebooks as the first boy on the Moon. They are supported by a fairly nice helping cast especially from the actresses testing their wives. Moonshot has some rather great performances that are convincing without being potentially cliché or overly serious.The movie is also blessed with a great script by writer Tony Basgallop. Despite dealing with a familiar story, Basgallop manages to bring in some fresh features into the storyline which shed a fresh light on happenings (such as the UFO sighting by the team on the method to the Moon). Basgallop's script takes the viewer through the back storyline without taking too long or being underwhelming in building up the journey's of these three boys before the flight itself. Basgallop also handles dialog well for the most part thought here are a several moments where the movie delves a tiny too heavily into clichés such as argument between Armstrong and Aldrin after a simulator use goes wrong (a better handled ver can be seen in From The World To The Moon's "Mare Tranquilitatis"). The script, despite some occasional dialog issues, is a great one and serves as a great basis for the film.Where the movie has the largest drawbacks is in its production values. Depsite some well designed spacecraft interiors which should rival those used in Ron Howard's detail movie Apollo 13 allow alone the aforementioned previous movie tellings of Apollo 11, the earthbound sets reflect the film's rather weak budget. The sets of the NASA offices are bare and look as those that are thrown together rather quickly with tiny thoughts for private touches that could be there such as pictures on the walls for example. In particular there is a set for one of the press symposiums that is simply the astronauts sitting in front of a bare wall with an American flag hung behind them. The effect is a dull looking set to be honest. There's also the astronauts suits which lack patches and sorted stuff that could be on the suits which tip at getting things right in broad strokes but not inn finer details. The film's single largest drawback is an over reliance on archival materials. Once the Saturn V launches, everything not taking zone relating to the astronauts is archival footage. all the point control sequences are said from archival footage so there's not true characters from point control as a consequence. Even during the landing and moonwalk the reliance on archival material continues to the mission where the actors even end up lip-syncing to some of the original audio material. All that seems a shame especially in light of the film's rather nicely CGI work. Sadly these faults can be rather distracting at times from the fine acting and great script which is a shame.Despite the drawbacks of a weak budget and an over reliance on archival material, Moonshot still makes for some interesting viewing. With some fine performances especially from the actors testing the three astronauts and a great script by Tony Basgallop, the familiar storyline of Apollo 11 gets a great retelling here. While it may be lacking in style in terms of production values (espeically in comparison with "Mare Tranquilitatis") it certainly isn't lacking in substance and that's what counts.
Everyone knows the primary story, and when there is an anniversary there is a glut of documentaries. This dramatized ver is different, in that it focuses mainly on the human relationships. It makes Buzz Aldrin into an ambitious and slightly abrasive hero who would quarrel with Neil Armstrong, if only the the latter were not so easy-going (not to tell bland). Well, that's how it's played here. I don't know how real it is.It's entertaining and well acted. Daniel Lapaine has a nice (moon) shot at Neil Armstrong - not an simple thing to do.I'd only really criticize the structure of the film. It is packed with flashbacks, so much so that it's quite confusing at times.
This movie was OK, but it was destroyed with mistakes like a whooshing sound in once stage as command module and lunar module went past near the moon. It might appeal to those who know nothing about science, but to the majority of educated viewers, it is an insult to their intelligence. The final straw was when about half method thought the film, green 7-segment LED digital displays were in view. They were not even invented in 1969 and thus were not used in Apollo 11. I had to switch it off at that mission - I had enough. The acting was reasonable, but on the entire I found this movie boring. At least in The Dish film (which was quite fictional), they used authentic equipment used in 1969. Producers could do their homework before embarking on a subject they know tiny of nothing about.For the purists out there, don't bother with this film. Nothing beats the telecasts during moon landing in July 1969.
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