Depends on Your Point of View
If you believe that the moon landings were real, you will be offended by this movie. If you have an open mind, or If you have, like millions of others, awakened to the fact that if it were possible to go to the moon on the very first attempt with 1960's technology (a cell phone today has ONE MILLION times more computing power than ALL of NASA in the 1960's), thusly there should be bases on the moon by now 50 years later, thereby proving by it still not being possible to travel to the moon today, with FIVE DECADES more advancements in aviation and computer technology, that the missions a half a century ago must have been a clever government forgery, then you will sit on the edge of your seat in delightful, yet uneasy, anticipation as film director Bart Sibrel confronts the lying astronauts, one by one, often with their responses being emotionally and physically violent, as if being confronted with their adultery in the presence of their wives.
Sibrel testifies, "If I really walked on the moon and someone thought otherwise, I would find that hysterically funny! If the missions were genuine, someone saying otherwise would have as much weight as if they threw a feather at me. Why would I respond with cursing and violence if someone threw a feather at me? On the other hand, if the missions were false, and my entire life's income and reputation were built around this lie that people still believe, and of which which my own family does not know the Truth about, and someone is publicly exposing my lifelong deceitful career adultery, then indeed I would be violently angry at them for revealing this damaging hidden Truth."
Be sure to watch Sibrel's first film on this subject, "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Moon" BEFORE watching this sequel "Astronauts Gone Wild", in order to see what events and ideology led to the making of this controversial sequel.
In "Astronauts Gone Wild", you will see astronaut Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin admit that Sibrel's assertions are True when he thought the cameras were turned off, acknowledging that he was "just a passenger" on the NASA controlled rocket, rather than the acclaimed pilot who supposedly landed on the moon, blaming the "NASA administrator" for the deceit and asserting that while Sibrel's accusations of a forgery are True, criticizing Sibrel for revealing the Truth for mere career boosting publicity.
Watch "Peace Guru" astronaut Edgar Mitchell boast of a non-violent nature, only to lie yet again by angrily kicking Sibrel from behind five seconds later. Mitchell and his son are even heard in a private conversation (wherein the wireless microphone was accidentally left on him in their closed home after kicking Sibrel out), conversing with each other about telephoning the CIA to have Sibrel assassinated! The question is, why would a "moon" astronaut have to call the CIA to have Sibrel assassinated if Sibrel's accusations were not True?
Watch "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Moon" first, keep an open mind, and then watch "Astronauts Gone Wild", for the most intense journalist/guilty-party confrontations ever recorded.Read full review
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