The 3-D animation work in Fly Me to The Moon is brisk and sweet, even if the script veers toward fussy and lame in this tot-level retelling of the historic 1969 Apollo 11 moon mission. The focus isn’t on the human astronauts and their giant leap for mankind, but on three fictional, boy-like houseflies who, in the name of adventure, hitched a ride in the spacecraft. It’s a kick to see actual moonwalker Buzz Aldrin at the end, but must he really assure kids that the spacecraft was, in fact, free of contaminants? Oh, phooey on pedants. B-
Fly Me to The Moon The 3-D animation work in Fly Me to The Moon is brisk and sweet, even if the script veers toward fussy and lame in this tot-level...Fly Me to The MoonAnimationDomonic ParisPT85MG The 3-D animation work in Fly Me to The Moon is brisk and sweet, even if the script veers toward fussy and lame in this tot-level...2008-08-15Christopher Lloyd
Genre: Animation; Starring: Buzz Aldrin, Kelly Ripa, Christopher Lloyd; Director: Ben Stassen; Author: Domonic Paris; Release Date Wide: 08/15/2008; Runtime (in minutes): 85; MPAA Rating: G
Posted August 15 2008 — 12:00 AM EDT
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