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At its best, Space Station captures the point of view of the space travelers, conveying a sense of awesome mystery and unlimited possibility.
A disappointment for a movie that should have been the ultimate IMAX trip.
As a simulation though, Space Station 3-D definitely takes you to a different place.
Makes even the claustrophobic on-board quarters seem fun.
Outer-space buffs might love this film, but others will find its pleasures intermittent.
It's one thing to read about or rail against the ongoing - and unprecedented - construction project going on over our heads. It's quite another to feel physically caught up in the process.
It's nice to know there's actually somewhere on this earth -- OK, above this earth -- where America is cooperating with other countries rather than p***ing them off.
A sense of peace pervades every element of this movie, from astronauts' chats to the gentle floating shots of the station.
Everywhere the camera looks there is something worth seeing.
Succeeds very well in its primary aim of making us gasp.
If you ever wanted to be an astronaut, this is the ultimate movie experience - it's informative and breathtakingly spectacular.
A little boring at times and the 3D isn't consistently good, but it's still cool to see space like this. I watched it on Blu-ray 3D. Even though I saw this in IMAX 3D when it came out about a decade ago, I don't remember it. I'm sure the experience is much more worthy in IMAX.
It's pretty short and doesn't go into a lot of detail, but I guess it was made for the imagery, which was coo, however, I didn't see it in IMAX, just in my living room...
The first space adventure from IMAX was worth the wait. This documentary film chronicling the first stages of construction of Space Station Alpha from the launch of Zarya to the Expedition Two crew was incredible. I watched this at Gold Coast's Dreamworld and wished it should have English subtitles on.
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