A Trip to the Moon
Adventure • 1902 • 15 min
Recommended for any cinema buff. An essential part of film history
This film is more important than Pulp Fiction, everyone must see A Trip To The Moon.
One of the first films ever made, and it deserves your absolute respect from that feat alone.
The first thing they did when they got to the moon was sleep.
It's been a while since I've seen this but I really liked it
The original special effects extravaganza!
Needs to be seen for the sake of culture.
A cinema mile stone. You must have seen this movie, if you want to be a cinema expert.
Really cool to see a movie that was made 120 years ago. It’s short, really whimsical and beautiful
one of the only pictures from this time worth watching. actually has a deeper than surface level story, surreal, prophetic and very funny.
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