The Challenger Disaster (2019) is a English movie. Nathan VonMinden has directed this movie. Eric Hanson,Cameron Arnett,Gerald Brodin,Ash Khan are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2019. The Challenger Disaster (2019) is considered one of the best Drama movie in India and around the world.
INSPIRED BY THE TRUE STORY On the eve of the Challenger explosion in 1986 one engineer goes to the extreme to stop the launch. This hot-headed engineer makes a desperate race against the clock to call off the billion dollar multi-delayed Challenger launch, convinced the O-ring seals will fail and kill everyone on board. The Company, Marshall Space Flight and NASA made a business decision. He made a human decision.
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First and foremost, the best stories are told for further conversations. This movie definitely meets this goal. Being a high school senior at the time of the Challenger Disaster, Christa Mcauliffe was definitely America's sweetheart, teachers were a big part of my life and I had a high interest in seeing this movie. The movie tells the story of courageous candor with the contrast of the lack there of. The main character, a NASA engineer showed an incredible passion for what he believed and took all the steps he could to hinder the flight to space. Incredible historical set with the smallest details of the 80's. My husband and I thougholy enjoyed it and the long conversations afterwards...our measurement for a great movie.
Really enjoyed this movie-a solid production. I remember that day vividly. Now I have perspective on what the engineers who tried to stop the launch went through. The cast did a great job.
The Challenger is very close to our hearts. On July 4th, 1982, my husband and I got to go to Ellington Field (by NASA , Houston, Texas) when it was being piggy-backed to Florida. We drove on the runway, got close to the shuttle, the astronauts flew in in their jets and spoke a few words. It was a body blow to us when it exploded because we'd been so close to it. Seeing this film and knowing that it could have been prevented was another body blow. Much of the dialogue was taken from the Presidential Commission's report. We will watch this again. It bring up conversations such as "Would you do the right thing if you knew that it would cost you your career and friends?" " What price human life?", or in this case seven lives, which were lost because of financial and political concerns.
With strong acting and direction, this film manages to make talk riveting, à la "The China Syndrome". It's hard to make a movie about an event where everyone knows the outcome, but watching this film I really felt like I was getting a look behind the curtain, as we spend the night before the tragic launch with five of the engineers. It's engrossing, at times harrowing, and ultimately heartbreaking.
I saw this movie yesterday. I enjoyed it a lot. It was very intense and you watch it in a panic state when the launch got closer and closer. I was thinking to myself man, I hope he is wrong about the orings. Lol. Oh yeah. It just needed more mental breaks somehow. My wife watched it and she liked the family home life angle. I thought it would be good to show more of the interviews to show the excitement of the astronauts and the public about the launch and their hopes. Overall, the writing was spot on and appealed to my engineering education background the most. My beginning engineering college professor used to tell us all the time, when engineers screw up, people die. This movie is a great representation of a unique story in american history and I aplaude the hard work and dedication.