Huge space buff here. Saw it in Atlanta on an Imax 2 screen. The pre-launch footage of the three suiting up was incredibly clear. There's some of it on youtube, but whether it's the source or the fact it's on this large screen, the shots of Armstrong's sober face was stunning. Cold, and unemotional? Perhaps, but you could tell the man had serious thoughts going through his mind. A few minor points: the music was properly dramatic but often prevented voices to be clearly heard. The meaning of the 1201 and 1202 alarms, while shown as blinking red, was likely not understood by those not familiar with the events. Similarly, the real possibility of the ascent engine not working and having Armstrong and Aldrin remain on the moon was not even mentioned. The movie has no current-day narrator, but I remember that Cronkite and others (which are used in the beginning) did consider this in their on-air remarks. All in all, however, a welcome film. Saw it with my adult daughter, and she loved it and has told her friends to catch it.