An international team embarks on an expedition to the moon in an uncommonly spacious rocketship. There they encounter a faceless alien intelligence who conclude that the human race is too ...
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An international team embarks on an expedition to the moon in an uncommonly spacious rocketship. There they encounter a faceless alien intelligence who conclude that the human race is too immature and dangerous and must be destroyed. Written by
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The astronauts' acceleration couches were common tube-lined poolside recliners. See more »
The view of Earth on the return trip shows incorrect river systems. For instance, there is no prominent river that drains from the south end of Lake Michigan nor are there river drainages that show the northwest to southeast trends. See more »
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I find splendor in these B gems depicting man's future in space. Obviously, this is before the first moon landing, although the movie makes the moon seem so much fun (and more gravity). There is a multi-ethnic cast which brings conflict between a few of the nation's reps. Of COURSE, USA leads the mission and it doesn't really go that well. Laugh at the moon sandbox, lava flowing, a couple of cats, an astronaut who suddenly starts claiming "evil" surrounds them, the cheesy ship and even cheesier meteor shower, inept and incompetent astronauts making stupid decisions, alien hieroglyphics and 12 to the Moon is one of those yesteryear films that was just so wrong, but unintentionally funny. Those poor cats! I don't know how but Mike and the bots make this really bad movie a hoot to watch.
Not as dull as Fire Maidens from Outer Space.
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