Making ‘From the Earth to the Moon’ (1998)


making-from-the-earth-to-the-moon“Everyone that I’ve spoken to remember where they were at that exact moment. And I think that that’s an incredibly beautiful thing; that human accomplishment brought the entire world together for those few moments.” – Cary Elwes

Number of Times Seen – Twice (Sometime in 2001 and 29 Jan 2017)

Brief Synopsis – Behind the scenes look at the making of the miniseries about the Apollo missions to the Moon.

My Take on it – I have always been a fan of the US space program and the miniseries that this film is about is one of the best ever made about those missions.

This film gives so much more insight into the miniseries with interviews with much of the cast, some of the crew and even a few of the astronauts themselves that traveled to the moon.

This is an excellent companion piece to the Mini-series because it manages to enhance the knowledge that one can gain from the mini-series itself.

Bottom Line – Great to see how this miniseries was made. Excellent interviews with much of the cast, some of the crew and even a few of the former astronauts themselves.  Great companion piece to the miniseries because it enhances the knowledge gained from the production itself.  Highly Recommended!

MovieRob’s Favorite Trivia – Featured on the Collector’s Edition and Signature Edition DVD sets for “From the Earth to the Moon” (1998) (From IMDB)

Rating – Oscar Worthy

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