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Fly Me to the Moon [Anaglyph 3D]

3.5 out of 5 stars 117 customer reviews

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In this groundbreaking 3-D animated adventure; three young flies set off on a courageous mission to become the first insects on the moon by hitching a ride on the historic Apollo 11 space flight. Based on the actual transcripts and the original blueprints from NASA; the films stunning visuals and meticulous attention to detail introduce a whole new generation to the awe-inspiring achievements of the space programs most momentous mission. The year is 1969 and like everyone else in the world; Nat (Trevor Gagnon) and his pals IQ (Philip Daniel Bolden) and Scooter (David Gore) are abuzz over the upcoming launch of the first manned mission to the moon. Inspired by his Grandpas (Christopher Lloyd) oft-told tale of hiding aboard Amelia Earharts plane during her famed solo cross-Atlantic flight; Nat hatches a secret plan for the three young flies to stow away on the Apollo 11 rocket. The hard part is keeping the plan secret from his mom; Mrs. McFly (Kelly Ripa)! When a N.A.S.A. Ground Control official catches sight of the three winged stowaways; he instructs the astronauts to store them in a test tube for later study. But after an electrical short causes the ships engine to malfunction; the three intrepid insects manage to escape from their glass mini-brig just in time to discover the wiring problem and fix it. After a difficult lunar landing; Nat tags along with Neil Armstrong on his legendary moon walk. Although the flies face a few more close calls; the mission appears to be a success. At least until Grandpas old flame Nadia (Nicolette Sheridan) arrives from Russia to warn him that her government; angry over losing the space race; has dispatched fly-spy Yegor (Tim Curry) to Cape Canaveral to sabotage the computer flight plans. With the Apollo hurtling toward Earth; it falls to Nats family to save the mission and the trio of brave flies from disaster.

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  • Actors: Trevor Gagnon, Philip Bolden, David Gore, Tim Curry, Robert Patrick
  • Directors: Ben Stassen
  • Format: AC-3, Animated, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, 3D, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: G (General Audience)
  • Studio: Summit Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: December 2, 2008
  • Run Time: 84 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (117 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001GJ4U96
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #35,024 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Fly Me to the Moon [Anaglyph 3D]" on IMDb

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I watched this film in both 3-D and 2-D on the DVD release to compare the two versions. The 2-D version looks very good and although the animation might not match that of Wall E, it is very solid. If only the characters had a little more umm?......character!

The fly's design is a cross between the Smurfs and some discarded character designs from 'A Bug's Life'. The voice work is nothing special either. The story is interesting and overall is a fairly enjoyable film experience, but it just isn't up to the likes of Pixar's efforts.

What is most disappointing is the 3-D version on the DVD. The color is almost non-existent and what color is there is completely off. The Maggot babies are lime green where as in the 2 D version they're pink-ish. If fact most anything with color is lime green and the rest looks like a black and white film or the color is so subtle you have to strain to see what color it is...... it's too distracting and it looks awful!

Also, there is the typical double vision effect which wouldn't be so bad if the color was right. I also feel that two cheap sets of 3-D glasses are not enough to include with the DVD. I mean really?... how much could these things cost? If you want to watch the 3-D version with you kids, you'll have to take turns!?? They should have included at least four pair of glasses and why not six? If your going to advertise 3-D on the cover then make it so the whole family can watch it together.
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I had not heard or read too much about "Fly Me to the Moon". But the manager of the local DVD store highly recommended it. I bought a copy and thoroughly enjoyed it! I am a 57-year-old married man that's a DVD collector. I have easily over 1,500 DVDs in my collection. I will buy more copies of this movie to give to my nieces and nephews. It was cute, simple. The CGI was so colorful especially on our 55-inch Sony HD TV.
Give it a try and you won't regret it. Enjoy!
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this is a awesome movie. this movie is actually good. I thought it was just going to be one of those cheap animated movies. but it wasn't even my 58 year old mom liked this movie. it was not to childish but the story was great and the characters were great. this is a good movie for kids and adults alike. if you have not seen this movie then I recommend you do
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Great Movie! Our church did a free movie night as an outreach to the community and everyone was extremely pleased. The movie has excellent 3D effects and a great story that was interesting for adults as well as the children. The one DVD has both the 3D and the normal video mode which is also very helpful. Enjoy!
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I have had this movie in 2D for quite some time. I decided to buy it in 3d just to help increase my order total so I could get free shipping. I was surprised by the 3D effects. They were actually pretty good. I was a little disappointed with a bad ghosting image on some scenes, but for less than $4.00 I will not complain too much. I watched it on my 55 inch Sony, and the flies seemed to really come off the screen and hover midway between the TV and where I was sitting. This is not the latest hi tech 3D experience that you would have with a good pair of glasses, and a 3D TV, but I never expected that. It is a very good lesson for anyone who is too young to remember the mission of Apollo 11. I was pleased that I bought it. My only other complaint is that it is listed as a Blu Ray. There was a Blu Ray copy released in Europe, but not in the US. You have to read all of the descriptions of the video to see that it is a DVD. But overall I am pleased.
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i really like this 3d. its a cheap price and i for one really think they did a suburb job on the 3d effects. things are out of screen all the time. i am an older person but really do like this. it is better-in my opinion-than some of the high priced 3ds.
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A few years ago space themed computer generated movies were all the rage. Space Chimps (and Space Chimps 2), Wall-E, Mars Needs Moms, Planet 51, Fly Me to the Moon; rockets, space travel, you really couldn't go wrong.

Fly Me to the Moon had all of the makings of a blockbuster hit: A pretty decent budget of $25-mil, a solid vocal cast, a US & Canadian theatrical release including IMAX, and believe it or not, so scientifically solid was the piece that it arrived to theme parks the world over as an attraction (the film was shown minus a subplot involving Russian flies trying to sabotage the US space mission) and as the inspiration behind a 13-minute ride at several Six Flags locations!

Sadly what all of this does not reveal is that the film itself feels fairly flat and uninspired despite some real attempts at Pixar-level creativity scattered about. But we'll get to all that, let's take a look at the facts first.

Fly Me to the Moon was released theatrically in January of 2008 and came to DVD the following December as both a 2D and 3D release (but not modern 3D mind you, think blue and red lensed paper framed glasses style- of which 2 pairs are included in the 3D DVD release). It comes in at a runtime of 85-minutes and wears a G (general audience) rating. Having raked in over $41-million, it is considered a commercial success despite being considered a critical failure. It also boasts the distinction of being the first animated feature film designed for 3D (DreamWorks would later run with this concept through a series of shorts involving its marquee characters from the Shrek and Monsters Vs. Aliens franchises).
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Does Fly Me to the Moon come with 3D glasses?
Glasses were worn in the theater...this would be an AWESOME gift...at circuit city, it comes with 2 glasses!! Here, it does not tell you, hence, I'm getting it at circuit city!
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