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It sounds like a rather large operation. How are we going to keep this secret?
We'll do what the Egyptians did.Bury the architects inside the pyramid.
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Funny Psychedelic comedy about the moon landing conspiracy
It's the movie Buzz Aldrin does not want you to see!
I herd for years about the rumor that the government got Stanley Kubrick to film the moon landing of Apollo 11, but the movie flushes out the conspiracy and it goes right in the toilet for our own amusement.
Ron Perlman plays a stressed out G man who is assigned to go to London and get Kubrick to agree to film the fake space landing (just in case Apollo 11 does not make it), only to get conned by a rock band manager played by Rupert Grint to believe one of his stoned out clients is the guy whose directing Space Odyssey, and when the agent finds out, there lives depend on getting that footage made.
Ron Perlman and Rupert Grint where very good in this movie. It was an interesting contrast as I found humor in Perlman's quietness, as a man who just came back from a mission in Vietnam and is in real need of a break going out on another mission. Meanwhile Grint's life was more outrageous and screw ball that made for some violent outburst in comedy.
I thought it had some good gags and great jokes, which, along with the story content, made it pleasant to watch.
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