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Here's What Moon Landing Denier's Think Of Ryan's Gosling's 'First Man'



"First Man," a movie that dramatizes Neil Armstrong's historic 1969 trip to the moon, has been managed to rile a curious Venn diagram of seemingly unconnected groups: conservative politicians and moon landing deniers.

Earlier this summer, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) And other "flag-gate" conservative denounced the new Damien Chazelle movie for "erasing" the US flag from its moon landing story. According to Rubio, it was "total lunacy" that Chazelle did not showcase the moment astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin planted the flag on the lunar surface.

You know who else thinks the movie is totally lunacy? The people who think there have been lunar lunacy at play for decades.

According to a 1

999 Gallup poll, 6 percent of Americans at the time did not believe that. astronauts walked on the moon's surface 30 years earlier. Armstrong and Aldrin trapsing upon the moon #fakenews persist today. I know, because I have a lot of fun with them. "

Here's what the moon landing deniers think of the new biopic starring Ryan Gosling: [19659006] Matthew Real, the filmmaker behind a BuzzFeed video about moon landing doubts, "First Man" calls Armstrong "fur ass backwards into being a national hero."

Genuinely I'm intrigued only as far as any other moviegoer. Which is to say, not really. It's a tired concept [movies about the moon landing] in likely not certain to have happened (eg certain astronauts' vocal criticism of the Apollo mission and Gus Grissom's untimely death)

From a filmmaker's perspective, Damien Chazelle really takes any chances.

Now what I'd love to see is a movie about Gus Grissom. Maybe someone wants to tell that story. It's far more interesting. In reality, the untold story, whether the landing was faked or not, is more important than celebrating Armstrong. He was not the first choice. Whether it's because of the tragic accident or the death of the other guys

Bart Sibrel, the filmmaker behind "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Moon" and who was once punched by Buzz Aldrin, originally provided the following response:

I have 47-minute film that I wrote on this subject and then watched my film. " A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Moon "(also linked below), so that your interview will be in an informed manner and will not be duplicated.

After I told him I just wanted to talk about his impression of "First Man," he jumped on the phone to say that seeing

I have no intention of seeing the movie. That would be like a Christian going to see a movie about why evolution is the supreme truth.

First of all, they did not go to the moon, and all they have to do is find out this question: "Did they really go 1,000 times farther 50 years ago than they can go today? "Technology does not go backwards. If you could go to the moon on the very first attempt with 1960s equipment, [but] they can not go today – they're only one thousandth the distance with 50 years more advanced rockets and computers – then there's something wrong with this picture.

Colin Rourke, a mathematics professor who wrote a paper on the moon landing photos,

It's a simple piece of elementary geometry that proves beyond doubt that some of the photos from the Moon Landings are faked. Since they all share common features, the obvious conclusion is that they are all faked. If that makes you think that they were faked, that's a very sensitive deduction. I make no comment on this.

I do not intend to see the latest pic on the landings. Have fun reviewing it .

Jay Weidner, Stanley Kubrick allegedly directed the moon landing, is excited about "First Man" but mostly wants to know his new Kubrick doc will be "explosive.

Yes I intend to see it asap. Can not wait actually. I want to let you know. BTW my third Kubrick Doc's 'Dark Moon Rising' is coming out in January / February 2019 just in time for the 50th. It wants to be an explosive film.

Aulis Online, a website said: "Do you want to make a difference?" ] The movie is only released in the UK today. In
Aulis.com and Neil Armstrong's remarks made at the White House in 1994 on the 25th anniversary of the Apollo 11 landing.

He said: " We have a group of students, among America's best. To you we say we have only completed a beginning. We leave you much that is undone. There are great ideas undiscovered, breakthroughs available to those who can remove one of truth's protective layers. There are places to go beyond belief.

Marcus Allen, a UK publisher, distributor of Nexus Magazine and moon landing denier, plans to see the movie. Out of this world!

I'm most certainly intending to watch the movie 'First Man,' but it's just released in the UK today, Friday, 12th October, I have not seen it yet. I have read the book, First Man on which the film is based. [196909010] Philippe Lheureux, author of Moon Landing: Did NASA Lie? "I do not know which movie you're talking about."

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