Man's landing on the moon was our greatest technological achievement. The Apollo 11 mission was truly the stuff of dreams. For the first time, our species walked on another celestial body. Even more remarkable was their ability to make it back. This is the story of the July 20, 1969, Apollo 11 moon landing. Drama with digitally remastered original footage.
- Stars:Daniel Lapaine, James Marsters, Andrew Lincoln, Nigel Whitmey, William Hope, Anna Maxwell Martin, Trevor White, Kosha Engler, Richard Gibbons, Gene Emmer, Michael J. Reynolds, Egle Dudenas, Kelli Kerslake, Callum Marullo, Ana Goldberg,
- Country:UK, USA
- Director:Richard Dale,
- Writer:Tony Basgallop
The story leading up to the July 20, 1969, Apollo 11 moon landing launch. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(es) wrote: Rather formulaic and predictable, but decently handled boxing biopic. There are some great performances on display here at least.
(ca) wrote: Something of a disappointment. I'm a massive fan of Kang-ho Song (mainly thanks to Memories of Murder, but he's been in some top Korean cinema), but this buddy-thriller largely misfires after a promising opening sequence. I think I was expecting more of a tightly-wound thriller, so the odd-couple relationship that becomes the focus of the film just feels a bit daft. Not without its merits, but pretty forgettable.
(us) wrote: Seeing how a "A Good Day To Die Hard" is about hit theaters here in the states I've chosen to take a look at the whole "Die Hard" series. Which some of you might be wondering what connection this movie has with "Die Hard". Well John McClane first made his debut on print in the novel "The Detective". That novel had a sequel called "Nothing Lasts Forever" that got adapted into the action classic "Die Hard" which makes "The Detective" the first time John McClane has ever appeared on screen and debatably makes this the first entry of the "Die Hard" series."The Detective" is about police detective Joe Leland investigation on the murder of a homosexual man. While investigating, he discovers links to official corruption in New York City in this drama that delves into a world of sex and drugs. The story does have some interesting aspects like Joe Leland love life and him exposing corruption in the police department. However, when Joe Leland does actual detective work is when the film becomes dull. Scenes are often drawn out and some character reiterate things we already know. The case itself is nothing too interesting either. There is a brilliant twist towards the end, but aside from that twist the actual crime solving aspect leaves something to be desired. The plot in general is so-so as the change in quality in certain part of the story is clearly visible.Frank Sinatra is technically the first actor to play John McClane since the sequel novel was adapted and Frank Sinatra was even offered to reprise his role in "Die Hard" at the age of 73. He's brings a Oscar worthy performance with his portrayal. He carries the entire film on his shoulder even making some of the unintentional comedic moments be possible to take seriously. The rest of the supporting actors are good too. The editing could have been better. Some scenes could have been left out and certain scenes should have occurred later in the movie instead sooner. "The Detective" is too long for its own good only being saved by strong acting. "The Detective" wasn't a good film debut for John McClane, but to be completely honest it wasn't a bad either. It was slightly above average.
(de) wrote: A completely engrossing and claustrophobic experience, Alien is an all time classic for good reason. The performances are all great, I really liked Ian Holm as Ash and of course Sigourney Weaver was great as well. Ridley Scott's direction is immaculate, and he really does a great job of making you feel the tension even when the alien isn't there at all. John Hurt is unfortunately underused, but before he dies he is at the center of the iconic chest burst scene, which is the stuff of legends. Alien sometimes gets a little slow for my taste, but once it gets going there is nearly nothing better than this film
(ca) wrote: Lighting and camera work are simply stunning as is some of the make-up. Dubbing is crap again, but it normally is. Adds to the charmInitially under valued this. An expert exercise In baroque gothic horror.
(br) wrote: This is an excellent western about loyalty, obsession and rivalry. It also has a great story and plenty of action. The action scenes are very good especially the climatic battle scene, which is well directed and shot. There is a range of characters make the film really interesting and make the story more enjoyable. The acting especially by Charlton Heston who plays the obsessive Major Dundee and Richard Harris as Dundee??s nemesis Captain Tyreen is excellent especially when the two have conflict on screen. There are a few good twists and turns to the story and the ending is somewhat unexpected. Overall a really enjoyable western with some great action scenes, great story and good characters which are equalled by the acting talent which plays them.
(au) wrote: Very entertaining film!
(br) wrote: I thought this was supposed to be a comedy, but it didn't succeed if it was. Some scenes were so over the top, it verged on being a spoof of spy thrillers like Mission: Impossible. Other scenes seemed like straight-up action sequences. Cameron Diaz acted like she was in a comedy while Tom Cruise couldn't seem to decide whether to play it straight or for laughs. I think this is primarily a fault in direction more than in acting. The pacing and timing were uneven. Cruise and Diaz never really managed to create the chemistry that would make their relationship believable. The plot had multiple twists just for the sake of extending the story, which was too long for this type of film, whatever it was.
(mx) wrote: September 29th 1966, 16 year old Harriet Vanger (Moa Garpendal) disappears without a tracefrom her family's isolated island estate in Sweden after a provincial fair.Today, Millennium magazine's crusading investigative journalist Mikel Blomkvist (Daniel Craig) emerges from a gruelling high-profile court case after receiving a hefty fine and a fatal blow to his credibility for running a corruption story on businessman Wennerstrom (Ulf Friberg) which turned out to be false.Interrupting his self-flagellation, Blomkvist is surprisingly sent for by one of Sweden's wealthiest industrialists and venerable business tycoon Henrik Vanger (Christopher Plummer). Obsessed in solving the 35 year old mystery of his lost grandniece Harriet before the elderly patriarch's own death, Vanger commissions Blomkvist to investigate 'the most detestable people imaginable' consisting of Nazis, rapists, alcoholics, murderers; his dysfunctional family.But before Vanger even considered the diminished careered writer, his security firm engaged a professional but unorthodox young hacker, Lisbeth (Rooney Mara) to run thorough background check to intimately personal detail.Bi-sexual, multi-pierced, heavily tattooed and steely faced, Lisbeth is a true product of the system. A troubled punk-chick who bears the scars of being a ward of the state since the age of 12 and lumbered with a legal guardian who demands sexual favours, repeatedly violating and abuses her, Lisbeth is no-one's victim. Utilising her weapons of intelligence, resourcefulness and unparalleled technological abilities, the distrustful and ruthless girl finds her way out of any situation. When the morally scrupulous Blomkvist's investigation hits a wall, Vanger engages Lisbeth and her gifts to dig deeper. As the duos paths intersect they uncover dark secrets, attract deadly danger and each other whilst unearthing some ugly revelations. This intricately dense and edgy thriller is a film of substance. An English remake by director David Fincher of 2009's Danish director Niels Arden Oplev Swedish adaptation of Stieg Larsson's best-selling Millennium trilogy, this is a story with a great sense of place, intriguing relationships and an enigmatic central character.Although some seduced by the novel or the original film may not feel the need for an English reworking and dismiss this film as just another Hollywood money grab, it does in fact stand alone with decidedly different strengths.The marvellous pop-culture character Lisbeth; originally portrayed by the wonderfully commanding Noomi Rapace who inspired fear and awe, is now played by Rooney Mara. With just as much impact but with a more quiet intrigue to her presence, Mara delivers both innocence and volatility in balanced measure.Blomkvist, pioneered by Michael Nyqvist now replaced with Daniel Craig is perhaps the only casting misstep. Not due to Craig's acting; which surprisingly is very good, but his age. The chemistry between Craig and Mara is palpable, but with the age gap almost 10 years closer, it doesn't deliver on the same level of emotional complication as depicted in both predecessors. Plummer's Vanger is pitch perfect and Stellan Skarsgrd brings gravitas and cultural credibility to his role as Martin Vanger. The Scandinavian cultural setting is was crucial to the ambient tone, cinematographer Jeff Cronenweth captured the inert chill of Vanger's private island brilliantly. The enthralling 158 minutes of running time spans emotions from curiously clever forensic detail to a disgustingly justifiable graphic and harrowing rape scene without lagging.The Verdict: With a slick intensity, The Girl with the Dragoon Tattoo English version holds a place in its own right amongst the Millennium mythology, congratulation's to a film maker who didn't feel the need to drown a great story with underlying cultural conventions. Published: The Queanbeyan AgeDate of Publication: 20/01/2012