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Nice music during the moon scenes

I hear a theremin
oh noes. they didn't recreate THE MOST CLASSIC PART!

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the whole movie has a stale unrealistic tone and you can't really get into it

the movie is as soulless as Ryan Gosling himself

very strange

you don't feel much emotion

it's actually pretty surreal
(11-22-2018 04:03 AM)pug-thug Wrote: [ -> ]the whole movie has a stale unrealistic tone and you can't really get into it

the movie is as soulless as Ryan Gosling himself

very strange

you don't feel much emotion

it's actually pretty surreal

Carl Sagan on Apollo:
"The television set is on, but not the sound. You strain to understand what you're seeing. Two ghostly white figures in coveralls and helmets are softly dancing under a pitch-black sky. They make strange little skipping motions, which propel them upward amid barely perceptible clouds of dust. But something is wrong. They take too long to come down. Encumbered as they are, they seem to be flying -- a little. You rub your eyes, but the dreamlike tableau persists.

Of all the events surrounding Apollo 11's landing on the Moon on July 20, 1969, my most vivid recollection is its unreal quality. Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin shuffled along the gray, dusty lunar surface, the Earth looming large in their sky, while Michael Collins, now the Moon's own moon, orbited above them in lonely vigil. Yes, it was an astonishing technical achievement and a triumph for the United States. Yes, as Armstrong said as he first alighted, this was a historic step for the human species. But if you turned off the byplay between Mission Control and the Sea of Tranquility, with its deliberately mundane and routine chatter, you could glimpse that we humans had entered the realm of myth and legend."
Carl Sagan hinting that it's BS?

he even called it a modern day myth in that quote lol
the movie does the opposite of what it you would think- it makes you more skeptical.
I am 100% sure that it was all a fabrication now.
also- the subtle way they putting a negative light on buzz aldrin.
(11-22-2018 04:40 AM)pug-thug Wrote: [ -> ]Carl Sagan hinting that it's BS?

he even called it a modern day myth in that quote lol

Carl Sagan was dropping red pills before people even knew what red pills were. But he doesn't come out and say it, he makes you work for it, he makes you think, by making you read between the lines.

Tons of examples. He wrote a book call 'The Demon Haunted World', which I wanted to read because I happen to believe the world IS haunted by demons... LOL

I think it was David Icke that suggested the (tenuous) Sagan - Nagas connection.
(11-22-2018 05:56 AM)trevorrice Wrote: [ -> ]the movie does the opposite of what it you would think- it makes you more skeptical.
I am 100% sure that it was all a fabrication now.
also- the subtle way they putting a negative light on buzz aldrin.

I noticed that as well
they choose an evil looking guy to portray him as well

chinese face reading would classify the dude as negative

Buzz is actually the most personable guy out of the astronauts. he's made the most public appearances
what's fishy is how they basically REENACTED most of the available scenes, instead of dramatizing them for a movie

Hollywood movies are known to embellish and to make things more grand, but they seemed to show everything exactly as the original footage indicated

this shows me they wanted to cement into people's minds what a real moon landing would look like

IMO if the landings were real and they were confident about it, they would take more creative license to make the moon landing more dramatic visually
(11-22-2018 06:58 AM)pug-thug Wrote: [ -> ]what's fishy is how they basically REENACTED most of the available scenes, instead of dramatizing them for a movie

Hollywood movies are known to embellish and to make things more grand, but they seemed to show everything exactly as the original footage indicated

this shows me they wanted to cement into people's minds what a real moon landing would look like

IMO if the landings were real and they were confident about it, they would take more creative license to make the moon landing more dramatic visually

But I thought it was easier to go for real than to fake it? LOL
Maybe tonight I will dig out my copy of The Shining and start the screencaps.

Minds will be blown!
please post them. I'm enjoying your posts on this thread so far.

I like your attention to detail
yes, keep them coming.

EY- whats your take on why they portrayed Buzz Aldrin like that and yes the guy playing him dosent look like him and seems very creepy.
I think Buzz is probably the most at risk for spilling the beans

he's also sort of "losing it" mentally from recent videos I've seen of him

I think it could be preemptive conditioning in case he does confess to something or reveal something





check out how he's acting. this type of behavior is not reliable if you are supposed to keep secrets
OMG, he is going to spill the beans for sure. He is so ready to blurt something out. Its killing him inside.
lol @ "how did we do it without space"

HAHAHAHAHAH

it's almost on par with this gem:

“There's an old saying in Tennessee — I know it's in Texas, probably in Tennessee — that says, fool me once, shame on — shame on you. Fool me — you can't get fooled again.”
― George W. Bush
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