100

The Hollywood Reporter

By Kirk Honeycutt
The film, narrated ably by Leonardo DiCaprio, who seems to share the audience's amazement at what is appearing onscreen, is over too quickly in a mere 43 minutes. So line up and see it again.
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100

Wall Street Journal

By Joe Morgenstern
Computer travel may not be the real thing, but IMAX makes this an astonishing trip all the same.
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100

Entertainment Weekly

By Owen Gleiberman
Awesome documentary.
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100

Variety

By Justin Chang
This educational eye-popper should prove an excellent draw for science lovers of all ages.
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89

Austin Chronicle

By Marc Savlov
It's an out-of-this-world, real-life adventure for kids of all ages, budding Neil Armstrongs and Ray Bradburys alike.
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88

New York Post

By Lou Lumenick
Astonishingly sharp and stunningly beautiful images of galaxies as far as 100 billion light-years away.
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75

Chicago Sun-Times

By Roger Ebert
A movie like this can get you thinking.
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50

Boston Globe

Is it being a spoilsport to suggest that the Hubble’s original 2-D images are a lot more stupendous than all the IMAX 3-D hurly-burly?
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50

Washington Post

The daring mission by astronauts to repair and upgrade the Hubble Space Telescope in May 2009 is the perfect subject for a brilliant, thrilling 3-D Imax movie. Such a movie, alas, has yet to be made.
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40

Time Out New York

By Nicolas Rapold
The 20-year-old Hubble Space Telescope--whose repair mission is the subject of this chronicle--turns out to be a bit of a stage hog, and audiences expecting a blissout of swirling galaxies will wonder why so much time is spent on astronauts sweating over screws and bolts.
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79 out of 100
Generally favorable reviews
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