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Armstrong is a movie starring Harrison Ford, Neil Armstrong, and Mark Armstrong. Dramatic, moving and deeply human, ARMSTRONG offers the definitive life story of Neil Armstrong: from his childhood in Ohio to his first steps on the...

Running Time
1 hours 40 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Biography, Documentary
David Fairhead
Mark Armstrong
Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins, Mark Armstrong, Harrison Ford
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Dramatic, moving and deeply human, ARMSTRONG offers the definitive life story of Neil Armstrong: from his childhood in Ohio to his first steps on the Moon, and beyond.

Comments about biography «Armstrong» (18)

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This film is so well done. I am not going to comment on the details of the fight, because there are plenty of other people who can do that. What I want to comment on is the impact of the story. The film focuses on what happened after the fight, and how it affected the lives of all involved. It is almost as if the camera is focused on one thing and a story is told through it. The story is so powerful that it is easy to overlook the fact that there are a lot of people in the world who are not able to experience this kind of thing. This is a great film and it should be made more widely available.

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Heather Murray

I think this is a great film. I have been a motorcyclist for years, and I had a very hard time seeing how the accident happened. I found it very interesting and thought that this film should be seen. The main story is about a motorcycle accident, but it is not the only story. There are a lot of stories about other people that died in accidents. I think this is very interesting. I would recommend this film to anyone who has never ridden a motorcycle. I think it is very interesting and thought-provoking.

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Jacob A.

This is a powerful documentary that puts us in the shoes of the men who were forced into the sport. They tell their story, their pain, their joy, and their courage. It is very moving. There are some disturbing scenes, and some scenes that are very disturbing. I recommend this movie to everyone who wants to understand what the men who played football in the 1930's were like.

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Cheryl H.

When I first heard about this movie, I was skeptical about the fact that it was about a life story and not about sports. However, I did not expect it to be so well done and I think the director and producer did an amazing job. I think it is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. The best part of the movie is that it goes beyond sports. It talks about how the World War II veterans were treated. The movie shows how these veterans suffered from PTSD. They were denied health care and eventually died. It also shows how the military treated these veterans. The movie is a must see. The subjects it talks about are not just sports. They are all subjects that are important to understand. The movie was great. I would recommend it to anyone.

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Laura Cunningham

This film is a must see. It takes an extremely important and difficult issue, the cost of military operations, and takes us into the lives of people who are directly affected by it. This is not a film for the squeamish or the faint of heart. It is not a film for the faint of heart. It is a film for all of us who are concerned about our military's use of force, and the cost of war. I can not think of a single movie that does more for us as a society than this one does. There are no scenes that are not well done. If you are not moved, I am not sure what to tell you. But if you are moved, I guarantee that you will see this film.

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Jacob M.

I was pleasantly surprised with the documentary on the subject of his Vietnam War. This movie is an honest and accurate portrayal of the events surrounding his war. The story is told in a way that is interesting and enlightening. There is no easy answers or sensationalized footage. The filmmakers present the entire story in a non-biased way. This is a must see for anyone who wants to know more about the war in Vietnam.

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Dennis Williamson

I had been considering watching this film for some time but I was hesitant to do so because I am not a fan of Armstrong and I do not think the film did a very good job of showing the athlete's life. But after watching it I feel that it was an excellent documentary about the subject matter. I thought the film was very well done, very detailed and extremely well researched. I really think that if someone could do a documentary on Armstrong's life, the only person who would have done it better than Armstrong would have been Michael Moore. I am really glad that I had the opportunity to watch this documentary. It definitely opened my eyes to what I had been told about Armstrong's life and it also made me understand the things that I had never heard of about Armstrong. The documentary is very well done and very informative. The only criticism I have about the documentary is that it does not really focus on Armstrong's life from the time he was first told about his performance until the time he retired. I felt that the film did not really focus on Armstrong at all and I think that it would have been a great film to show him through his entire career and the effect that his work had on the people around him. I think that the film would have been better if they focused more on his career than the life of his wife. I also felt that the film was a little bit too long. I think that they could have made it a little shorter. Overall, I think that the film was an excellent documentary that I would recommend to everyone. I do not think that it is very informative and it is definitely not a documentary that I would want to watch twice but I would still recommend it to anyone.

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Emma A.

In a sense, this is a documentary about how people live. They watch it and think about it. Some of the scenes are quite funny and there is a good amount of documentary footage. It is entertaining. I would give it a 9 or 10. It is not really a documentary but a very well-made documentary.

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Austin G.

I was lucky enough to attend the first screening of this documentary. It was so well done, I felt like I was a part of the film. The film is very well done and I was not bored throughout. The director, Sean C. O'Connell, did a fantastic job of capturing the importance of this event in history. The viewer is not only given a glimpse into the personal lives of the people involved, but the larger picture of what happened. It was great to see the historical footage of the aftermath of the crash. It was also great to see what the crew of the doomed plane had to say about their experiences. I was also very interested in the interview with the pilot. He was very well-spoken and engaging. It was very interesting to hear his thoughts and feelings about the disaster. He was able to show the viewer the story of how the plane crashed and how the events of that day affected his family. He also spoke about the recovery and what he had to go through. The only thing I did not like about this documentary was the ending. I felt like the director had to end the film before the viewer was able to fully understand what he was trying to get across. I think he did a good job of getting the point across and I was able to connect with the characters and the events of the day. I think this documentary would have been much more powerful had it ended right after the crash. Overall, I would recommend this documentary to anyone interested in the history of the Challenger. It was a very well-done documentary that is well worth the watch. I would rate this documentary 8/10.

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Joe R.

You might think that the reason why I like this film is because I love the subject matter. I'm not one of those people who would have put it in the same category as 'Animal Farm', 'Das Boot', or 'Braveheart'. I'm a big fan of films that are historically accurate and that are a good look into the lives of those in power. I also like films that show people who are oppressed. In my opinion, this film is a perfect example of that. It shows how far-reaching and how much of a burden people are willing to go to for their own personal gains. I would be lying if I said that I hadn't heard of this film, but I never really thought about it until I watched it. I have a pretty deep appreciation for history and I was just so fascinated by the fact that it was based on actual events. It's not only about the horrors of the Holocaust, but it's also about how these things happened, and how it affected people's lives. I have never seen a film that dealt with this subject matter that was this true to life. It's not just about the atrocities of the Nazis, but also about the lives of those who were affected by them. I thought that the film was really well done, but I still think that it was a bit slow in parts. It was not at all boring, but there were parts that were a little bit too long. I think that it was worth watching, but it wasn't anything that I would recommend to anyone. I just think that it was a little too long. I think that the fact that it is based on real events makes it even more powerful. It really makes you think about the things that you have heard about. I think that this film is a really good representation of the subject matter that I like. I definitely recommend that you watch it. It's a really good look into the lives of people who were victims of the Holocaust.

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I've been a fan of T. Rex since I was a kid. I'm a huge fan of T. Rex's music. When I saw this documentary I had never heard of the man, and it was very interesting to see the different things he was known for, and then to learn about his life. I'm glad I saw it, and I would love to see it again. I think he was a great musician, and I think he was a great person. I hope he is able to make it to the end of his life, and to get the recognition he deserves. This is a great documentary, and I hope more people will see it.

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I watched this documentary for the first time yesterday evening and I can't believe I have never heard about it before. This film has everything a documentary should have and more. I've always thought that if I was to be the next 'Alaska, The Land of the Free', I would be better off with a camera and a microphone. This documentary has it all, the latest and the best of modern documentary film-making. The stories of the different groups of people who were involved in the creation of this film are inspiring and well-researched. I was not aware that there were so many groups involved in this film, which I think is very rare. This documentary is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. I would recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about the true meaning of freedom and what it really means to be free.

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Paul Wright

I think this documentary was very good. It gives a lot of insight into how the business of the UFC was. It gives you an idea of the competition, the people involved, and the obstacles they had to overcome. I thought the way it was filmed was very interesting, and it was interesting to hear the stories of the people who worked for the UFC. I think it was a great documentary. I recommend it to anyone who has a love for the UFC, and a desire to learn more about it.

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There are two types of people in the world: those who like to watch documentaries, and those who don't. The former will be attracted by the documentary aspect, and the latter will find it boring and disorganized. This documentary is about the life of the legendary space pilot, Buzz Aldrin, and the effects of his personality, as well as his medical issues. The documentary is well-made, and the film is well-edited. However, the story is too complex to make it easy to follow. The film also includes a lot of interviews, which are pretty pointless. The most interesting part of the documentary is the discussion between Buzz and his wife, who was his closest friend. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who likes to see a good documentary, but is too lazy to follow the whole thing.

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I had the pleasure of attending a special screening of this documentary in the U.S. in October 2007, and found it to be an amazing and inspiring documentary. Although the content of the documentary is not particularly political in nature, the incredible amount of people who attended the screening indicated that the documentary was very close to their hearts. There were many comments from the audience, as well as a lot of positive comments from other people who had attended the screening. This documentary is definitely one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. It will definitely change the way that you think about the human condition. I believe that it is one of the most important documentaries ever made. If you don't believe me, you can watch the documentary yourself. I can't recommend this documentary highly enough. I can only hope that more people will see it. This documentary will definitely not disappoint anyone who is interested in this subject.

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Kimberly Brown

As someone who has always been interested in the history of the Apollo program, I was pleased to see this documentary on this site. While it is not an accurate portrayal of what happened on the moon, it is still an interesting look at the whole story. I especially liked the way they portrayed the Apollo 13 mission, which ended with a fire in the lunar module, the crew getting out safely, and the first lunar landings. In addition, it showed the difficulty that the astronauts had in communicating with the ground, with the NASA Administrator saying that "there is a tremendous amount of communication on the moon." I thought that the documentary also showed the joy that the astronauts felt after their first moon walk, and the fact that they had found their first safe landing. The documentary also showed the difficulties that the astronauts had with NASA and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, which was at the time the leader in the space program. I thought that the documentary was informative, and it was well done. The only criticism I had with the documentary was the length, which was only an hour and a half. This documentary is very well done and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in the history of the Apollo program.

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Eric F.

I was not expecting much from this documentary. I wanted to see a pretty man who just walked away from his record breaking 15th Tour de France. I was pleasantly surprised. His life was more than he had ever known. He was a wonderful man who was able to achieve his dreams and the lives of many others. The documentary does a great job of showing the various ways in which he was able to accomplish these goals. The way he managed to meet these goals and maintain his physical condition is a testament to his amazing spirit. I was so happy to learn that he had a little girl with him at all times and that he was able to share this special moment with her. This documentary is a must see for all cyclists. I am still amazed at the accomplishments of this man and how he was able to accomplish his goals. This documentary is an excellent example of the power of love and dedication to accomplishing your dreams. I hope that this documentary inspires all of us to live a life of love and respect for others.

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Diana L.

The first part of the film is a straightforward overview of the various roles and personalities in the group, and the story of the train wreck. However, it is the second half of the film that really takes the film to a new level. The second half is a fascinating study of the inner workings of the group, and how they interacted and what went wrong. I will not give away the ending of the film, but I will say that it is a fascinating look at the group, and the situation at the time. It is an excellent film, that I highly recommend to anyone interested in the history of the group, or the history of the sport of bicycle racing. The film is worth watching, but you should be prepared to be somewhat critical of the film. It is a very well made film, but you should expect that.