Magnificent Desolation

“NASA, Lockheed Martin, and Tom Hanks are making an IMAX 3D movie about the Apollo moon landings to give viewers something like the actual experience of being on the moon. Complete with actors playing astronauts, mockups of the Lunar Excursion Module, and fake moon surface…”

(via Slashdot)

1: It’s a documentary on the moon landings with legitimate special effects.
2: It’s filmed in IMAX.
3: It’s in 3D.

I don’t know how this could be more excellent …

7 Replies to “Magnificent Desolation”

  1. Hi Casey! I believe it is fake after all the evidence that was on the net and I’m the type of person who doesn’t always believe what others say. So i had to my own research and find out that man landing on the moon was a fake and a big lie to the whole world. I don’t know why American governments expect to get out of lies anyway the truth always reveal itself in time 🙂

  2. Yes I believe the parts that make sence. I still don’t understand how Armstrong survived the sun’s radiation and you can see how they faked it. Unfortunately for them, the internet did reveal that it was all lies and they never made it to the moon. I wish someone would though 🙁

  3. so what about the astronauts that are on the space station right now? they are out there performing repairs and installating equipment while floating in space exposed to the sun’s radiation. are they not really there? are they on a set in Hollywood? come on….you can’t honestly believe that crap you read on the net? can you?

  4. Yes I understand they are out fixing the spaceships. But did you watch the video of armstrong on the moon. And the proofs they got that proves how they faked it makes more sence that the real video. I seriously dunno what’s crap but I’m dying to know the truth. The American governments even showed another tape of an autopsy of an alien. And it does look fake as well. It looks exactly like the old monster movie :S. I’m honestly like this conversation with you Dustin because you are smart and helping me think 🙂

  5. Maybe it wasn’t the fact that they couldn’t withstand the conditions of the moon, or even get there to begin with. Perhaps the film released was part of their “plan B”, for when they could not provide hyped-up citizens actual live footage of their achievement?

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