Discussion in 'Art & Culture' started by Omega133, Aug 13, 2010.
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So, would you be interested in a biographical film of Neil Armstrong 'First Man'.
I'm cheating, this film's not out yet. Released in US and UK 12th Oct.
I would recommend reading "Carrying the Fire" by Michael Collins (the Apollo 11 crew member that nobody remembers).
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I may look into that "Carrying the Fire."
Two weeks ago I finished ''First Man'' the life of Neil Armstrong. That's the authorised biograpy book ( By James R. Hansen) the film is based on. There was lots of quotes from Michael Collins there. But, I suppose it would be best to read Michael's account also. I read the Armstrong book because I wanted to somehow ''celebrate'' next July's half century since Apollo 11.
Roger and out.
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Nothing wrong with cheese
Does it really matter if the movie is bad? Some movies are bad but when you watch them, you can see how much love and attention went into it. When you see those qualities in movies, they become good bad movies. We all used to like silly fun things at least once in our life, I like to nurture that part of us.
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