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- Author: Mark Mc Cann
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140Min writers Jim Lovell, Al Reinert release year 1995 Brief Apollo 13 is a movie starring Tom Hanks, Bill Paxton, and Kevin Bacon. NASA must devise a strategy to return Apollo 13 to Earth safely after the spacecraft undergoes massive internal damage putting the lives of the three astronauts Country USA. The score composed and conducted by James Horner really built up the beauty and heroism of this scene.
When i saw this movie as kid. I thought the CGI was better. ahah. Apollo 13 facts. Apollo 13 pictures.
Apollo 12. Apollo 13 disaster. Apollo 130. Still get nervous when I hear the request to stir the tanks... Ol Matt Lauer loves to hear himself rvert. Enjoy your future off the air creep. AHURA MAZDA. I've never considered 13 unlucky. It was quite lucky for them, they came back. THANK YOU. Apollo 13 juillet. The heck? The rocket used for the staging demo was the n1 not the Saturn v. Apollo 13 movie summary.
Bravo for posting this. Having grown up during this time, plus with the advent of Youtube, I thought I had seen every documentary (the best) on the Apollo 8 mission. But this one, was by far the very best. Question, is there a doc. of this same caliber on the Apollo 11 landing.
I write this as Apollo 13 is on TV right now for about the third time this week. I've been a fan of Apollo 13 since this movie came out. This movie came out when I was five years old and was my first exposure to the world of the amazing Tom Hanks. I absolutely adore this movie. I dressed up as one of the astronauts as a kid in elementary school. Ron Howard's Apollo 13, to me, is simply a masterpiece. This is truly captivating film from beginning to end that tells the real-life tale of the Apollo 13 disaster. Everything about it just feels so authentic. Not just the amazing attention to detail with the spacecraft's and mission control. But to the acting and characters. The late Bill Paxton, Kevin Bacon, Ed Harris, and even Clint Howard, everyone was so perfectly cast in this movie. True, grade-A acting from the whole cast. You really feel connected to all the characters on an emotional level.
Ron Howard did his best work here. Everything about this movie and the directing and editing is perfectly executed. At no time to things ever feel like they drag on. Scenes are always appropriately cut between the drama of the spacecraft and the drama of Jim Lovell's family. We get a true sense of teamwork between the astronauts and mission control as they desperately work to solve each problem the dying spacecraft is having.
I also commend the unforgettable soundtrack. From the uplifting main theme song to the dramatic moments of watching the CO2 meter go down, the soundtrack just perfectly compliments this film. Not just that, but the mix, appropriately hearing the sirens and alarms going off when things go haywire on the spacecraft.
I just. I have absolutely nothing bad to say about this movie. I've watched this movie a thousand times in the past 20~ years and every time I watch it it feels like I'm watching it for the first time. My eyes are just constantly glued to the TV when it's on.
I think I can say that this is quite possibly my favorite movie of all time. I own it on blu-ray. I've never not liked it. It's stood the test of time to me. It still looks great today. It's a good run time. It's not bloated with CGI like the films of the 2000's. It's just a telling tale about this real-life scenario of three astronauts nearly losing their lives on a mission to the moon. Whether you are a fan of space films or not, this is a must-watch if you have not seen it.
I know this is a film masterpiece but I fell asleep within the first 10 minutes. Took me almost a full minute to remember, this is the theme from Clear and Present Danger. can't believe it took me that long to remember... Well, glad to have SpaceX to just all or part of what this movie depicted! A great movie though and my first time at that.
5-th engine failure was missed in this video. Apollo 13 ending. Amazing improvements that electronics and Li-on batteries would make today. Switches, connectors so vastly reduced in size and weight. Apollo 15. 22:13 GET 56.17.03 PAO overlaps Lovell saying “Okay Jack, say again that —“ And again at 56.17.50 where Lousma says “13, Houston.” And again at 56.18.26 where Lousma says “13, Houston... ”.
Apollo 13 reentry. After Apollo 13 landed, Grumman, the company that built the LEM, sent North American Aviation, the company that built the service module, a towing bill for bring it to the moon and back. True story. I don't know if they were serious, but you can see it at the Cradle of Aviation Museum in Long Island. Apollo 13 soundtrack.
Apollo 13 date. Need discount on Prepar3D really.