Mary Poppins Returns
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Really, seeing these likable oldsters talk at length is just about the entire point of this picture.
This is the usual mix of talking heads and archival footage, but Fairhead also inserts detailed CGI sequences that vividly illustrate the technical issues unfolding.
A well-crafted, revealing British documentary reuniting the surviving team members entrusted with safely taking astronauts to the moon and back.
An engrossing behind-the-scenes look at the flight controllers and support crews that helped America win the space race.
Combining archival footage, interviews, and stunning VFX recreations, the film chronicles the hard work of the men who worked in Mission Control, the lives of astronauts they sent to space, and their efforts to save the crew of Apollo 13.
While it never really takes off, this documentary makes a worthwhile effort to pay tribute to those behind the scenes of the Apollo space missions and their lasting impact on the American space program.
The film is bookended with modern female controllers, reminding us how things have changed.
Mission Control is an absorbing doc that entertains and informs throughout.
Hits a piece of the spaceflight story that many other documentaries have only grazed.
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