First Man (Possible Blu-ray SteelBook) (Manta Lab Exclusive No.?) [Hong Kong]

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One of my most anticipated films of the year, so you can bet your ass I'm up for this!
 

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Have no idea what this
 
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Ryan Gosling is Neil Armstrong. About the first landing on the moon. It was well received at the Toronto International Film Festival in September. Also very controversial in the United States for what was left out. They're calling it unamerican. :rolleyes:
 

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New Ryan Gosling film :)
Ryan Gosling is Neil Armstrong. About the first landing on the moon. It was well received at the Toronto International Film Festival in September. Also very controversial in the United States for what was left out. They're calling it unamerican. :rolleyes:
Oh I really want to see that. Looks awesome. Love gosling and Chazelle so I’m 100% in

Just forgot it was called that
 

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Ryan Gosling is Neil Armstrong. About the first landing on the moon. It was well received at the Toronto International Film Festival in September. Also very controversial in the United States for what was left out. They're calling it unamerican. :rolleyes:
It's not. Gosling just said some dumb Sh*t. The U.S. flag is on the moon in the movie. It was a tempest in a teapot.
 
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This should be an instant classic.
 
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It's not. Gosling just said some dumb Sh*t. The U.S. flag is on the moon in the movie. It was a tempest in a teapot.
Did he even say anything dumb? I thought all he said was essentially the movie focuses on the human triumph of going to space/landing on the moon and emphasized a bit less about it being an American accomplishment. And then the right wingers got all pissy about it.
 
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As usual the reaction was from people who haven't even seen the film and probably never will.
 
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space movies everytime have been my favorites. i am waiting both movie and Manta's edition impatiently.
 
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As someone who lives in a very cramped apartment (too many steels have something to do with that), I appreciate a movie about space.;)
 

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Did he even say anything dumb? I thought all he said was essentially the movie focuses on the human triumph of going to space/landing on the moon and emphasized a bit less about it being an American accomplishment. And then the right wingers got all pissy about it.
Landing on the moon WAS an American accomplishment. The rest of the world had nothing to do with it.
 

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Landing on the moon WAS an American accomplishment. The rest of the world had nothing to do with it.
Still also an accomplishment of man and the human race regardless of what country did it. If it even happened that Is lol :naughty:

(I like to believe it did)
 

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Still also an accomplishment of man and the human race regardless of what country did it. If it even happened that Is lol :naughty:

(I like to believe it did)
I take umbrage with the idea that all American accomplishmenta are are world/human accomplishments.
It was all done with American ingenuity and Know-how. If the world would like to retroactively kick in the $$ spent on Mercury and Apollo programs, maybe we can talk.
(Likewise, I won't call the Renaissance a "world/human" achievement- that was all Europe. And god bless them for that.)