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Current Rating: 3.54

Current Rating: 3.54

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  • 1 stars The “First Man” opens October 12 in theaters. American Flags should be placed “outside” the theaters before entering. The American Flag, old glory, has flown over our buildings, in our classrooms, in our sport’s arenas, on the battle fields, and even been draped over the coffins of America’s fallen heroes. We stand and salute when it is displayed. We sing the National Anthem in praise of our American Flag (…does the flag still wave.) Yes, it still waves, even on the moon. Gosling who played Neil Armstrong stated the moon landing was “widely regarded in the end as a human achievement. “…it was his (Gosling) view that Armstrong’s moon walk ”transcended countries and borders'” according to quotes featured in U.K.’s Telegraph. “This is total lunacy,” Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio tweeted. “And a disservice at a time when our people need reminders of what we can achieve when we work together. The American people paid for that mission, on rockets built by Americans, with American technology & carrying American astronauts. It wasn’t a UN mission.” Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol declared that it’s a “foolish and pernicious falsification of history.” Please Share This thepejorative.com
  • 5 stars Good script. Important history. A number of hair-raising scenes. Captured my attention right to the end. In the book version, Norman Mailer says that the 20th century was about "the itch to accelerate, the metaphysical direction unknown." The Moon Landing represents the culmination of that "acceleration". The movie, by focusing on Neil's personal life and sorrow and giving a strong role to his wife, Jan, inadvertently shows us the way into the future, the "metaphysical direction" of the 21st century. We humans in the present are in the process of bringing feminine values back into balance with the masculine, both within ourselves and in the outer world. Today, boys are encouraged to express their feelings; girls are taught that their voices deserve to be heard; we are all learning that it is O.K.. to take time out to grieve, and so, the world keeps on evolving. 5 stars!
  • 4 stars I was minus five years old when the first moonlanding occurred. This movie made me feel as if I went back in time and celebrated it with the rest of the world.
  • 1 stars I was really looking forward to this but the film was lackluster in my opinion. More of a historical piece.
  • 1 stars Rather slow
  • 5 stars Being a history buff ,I loved this film. Neil Armstrong was probably one of the most famous men in the world after the moon landing .He was also a very humble and private person too. This movie captured this very well .The movie is filmed in POV so the audience gets the feeling of being there. Very well done.
  • 5 stars These 5 stars I'm giving it isn't enough for it. Its been a long time that I've been to a movie that I don't even move in my seat....I even forgot that I had popcorn. This movie captured my attention from the very first minute and I would go see this one multiple times.
  • 5 stars I was sad to see the end of the movie....I wanted them to go into what happened after the moon landing.
  • 1 stars Globalist propaganda garbage. Don’t waste your time.
  • 5 stars The movie shows you up close how exhilarating yet terrifying it must have been to be an astronaut, from the X15 rocket plane to the Apollo capsule. This movie held my attention throughout.

First Man

Genre:  Drama
Running Time:  133 min.
In theatres: October 12, 2018

Current rating: Rating: 3.54
based on 48 votes and 22 reviews
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Cast: Ryan Gosling, Claire Foy, Jason Clarke, Kyle Chandler, Corey Stoll, Ciarán Hinds, Christopher Abbott, Patrick Fugit, Lukas Haas, Pablo Schreiber, Ethan Embry, Shea Whigham