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A feel good movie without an abundance of mush.
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All these years later, the sight of a man walking on the surface of the moon has lost none of its power.
Both an entertaining, instructive jaunt down memory lane and also, for the younger generation, a most palatable lesson in modern history.
The Dish also does a nice job of evoking what 1969 was like for people who didn't live in San Francisco, Paris or even Melbourne, Australia.
Makes you admire the Australian ability to make a comedy that's sincere rather than crass.
For many moviegoers, that feel-good spirit is going to be hard to resist.
A feel-good movie that re-creates a time and place with gentle humor and a reminder that the Aussies have the right stuff, too.
we are all part of planet Earth, and Sitch's film reminds us without preaching
A heartwarming family movie about the space race.
A satellite dish sitting in the middle of an Australian sheep farm might not sound like the most compelling subject to base a story around, but there are hidden charms in this graceful film that add up to something quite out of the ordinary.
Sitch's movie is a simple pleasure, full of memorable characters and comedy that could only occur under the direction of a patient and observant director.
Sitch deserves the highest praise for recapturing the global feeling of rapture and awe at watching a man walk on the moon. ... For a few minutes we can party like it's 1969.
A tender memoir of one of the few occasions when the world united in awe.
i liked it! its a nice little cute movie thats amausing in places and quite good fun movie that leaves you happy, and of course sam neill looks gorgeous as ever!!
its about the landing on the moon of neil armstrong but its about the dish that broadcasted the pictures to earth based on true events and based in australia!
A nice movie to watch light heartedly!!
Fantastic Aussie film. Full review later
Based on a true story Sam Neill and his team in Australia are responsible for beaming the image of Neil Armstrong's moon landing around the world.
Very good comedy-drama story of the receiving dish in Parkes, NSW that celebrates this great achievement and the Aussie battlers that made this monumental telecast possible.
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