Fly Me to the Moon Is a Lighthearted Conspiracy Romp. But It Speaks to a Spiritual Sickness
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Fly Me to the Moon Is a Lighthearted Conspiracy Romp. But It Speaks to a ...
Quick Glance: An Unexpected Success: Fly Me to the Moon
  • Fly Me to the Moon is a Hollywood experiment by director Greg Berlanti testing the success of original adult-oriented films in theaters.

  • The film tells an original story set in 1968 about a government operative and a marketing virtuoso tasked with convincing the public of a planned moon landing.

  • Despite studios' preference for mindless popcorn movies for teenagers in the summer, Fly Me to the Moon managed to secure a wide release in 3,300 theaters in the US and Canada.

  • Greg Berlanti, who unexpectedly stepped in as the director, successfully brought the film to theaters, demonstrating that there is room for original and sophisticated films amidst blockbusters.
'Green Border' review: Unflinching look at migrant crisis: Agnieszka Holland, veteran Polish director of the Oscar-nominated "Europa Europa ...
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'Green Border' review: Unflinching look at migrant crisis