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First Man #Movie & #Giveaway


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RATED PG

141 minutes


A Biopic on the life of the legendary American Astronaut Neil Armstrong from 1961-1969, on his journey to becoming the first human to walk the moon. Exploring the sacrifices and costs on the Nation and Neil himself, during one of the most dangerous missions in the history of space travel.
Starring Ryan Gosling.




REVIEW:
A superbly made movie!!
Seriously, the scenes were pretty phenomenal. It made for some pretty intense moments along the way. The space scenes were incredible. I loved how much real footage they used as well.
I thought I knew a lot about the moon landing of '69, though it was 8 years before my time. Even thought I knew a far amount about Neil Armstrong, but after watching this film, I realize I knew nothing at all. Had no idea he was up in the atmosphere so many times before the famous landing, but alas, he was. It really was a wonderful depiction of such an iconic event.
I also didn't know he had suffered such loss. It seemed to make him very straight and narrow, almost bordering on clinical. It makes sense too though. (Guess you'll have to watch the film to figure that one out, sorry.)
Loved seeing our local boy Ryan Gosling as Neil. He wouldn't have been my choice if I was casting the role, but after seeing him in this, he was a great choice!
A really great film, that most will enjoy.


4.5/5



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Comments

  1. This movie sounds captivating and interests me greatly as it is meaningful.

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  2. I don't really have a favorite Ryan Gosling movie, but this movie I would love to see it as I recall growing up hearing so much about this great astronaut Neil Armstrong

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  3. Crazy Stupid Love is my favorite Ryan Gosling movie. I would like to see this movie because I love movies based on true stories. Bernie Wallace BWallace1980(at)hotmail(d0t)com

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  4. My favorite Ryan Gosling Movie is the Notebook. I would love to see the movie First Man because I have heard wonderful reviews about it. I really like movies that are based on true stories.

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  5. The Notebook is my favourite Ryan Gossling movie.
    I love movies based on true stories. I find them to be more interesting than fictional movies.

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  6. The Notebook. I want to see his performance in this film.

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  7. I absolutely adored The Notebook, hope my current marriage continues to be strong.
    I would like to see this film, because I like learning and revisiting historical events.

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