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Fly Me to the Moon (3-D)

G In Theaters 08/15/2008 , 85min.
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Viewer Score
27%
Viewer score based on 28 ratings
36%
Critic score based on 21 reviews

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September 14, 2008
KennethLitvin
This was by far the best 3-D movie that I ever saw. Very imaginable and creative. The way the movie was intertwined with a major historical event was beyond what my expectations were
September 06, 2008
Sistaz4927
coolest movie ever! my 5 year old little brother loved this movie and i'm 17 and my other sister is 14 and we all loved the movie! it was awesome.
September 04, 2008
Pnthnr
I am 52 years old, I took my 8 year old to see this movie, she liked it, I LOVED IT! it is about 3 Flies who Stow Away on Apollo 11 and go to the moon. I'm a big fan of the Apoll Space Program, and the Animators of this film got everything correct. Some of their Depictions of the first Moon Landing were almost Chilling. My guess is the other reviewers on this page miss the Mindless Crap that is
September 01, 2008
aimboats1
It's so sad to see how there are such rude, unimaginable parents out there. This movie was extremely cute and my 6 yr old son and I LOVED it, as stated before. I brag about it all the time. Sooooooo much better than Wall-e or Kung Fu Panda. At least for 6 yr olds. If you didn't like it, you have serious fun and/or imagination issues. Or you just have a black heart. I'm disheartened reading
August 30, 2008
CatherineScott82
My fiance and I just brought our 3-year-old to see this movie today and we all hated it. My son even asked to leave and get pretzels in the mall at one point (I made him stay so as not to waste the money). My fiance, he fell asleep. It was terrible. The worst kids' movie I have seen in such a long time!

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Variety
It's a wingless exercise, despite a rather heartening attitude toward space travel that will introduce young auds to the glory that was NASA in the '60s. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
A tribute to a giant leap for mankind feels like a clumsy shuffle backward for animation. Full Review
John Anderson
Variety
It’s a wingless exercise, despite a rather heartening attitude toward space travel that will introduce young auds to the glory that was NASA in the '60s. Full Review
Lisa Schwarzbaum
Entertainment Weekly
Brisk and sweet, even if the script veers toward fussy and lame. Full Review
Michael O'Sullivan
Washington Post
Despite some Cold War humor, the formulaic film is aimed squarely at the youngest of young children. Full Review

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