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Review: Riveting 'Apollo 11' takes us back in time with original moon mission footage

Truth may or may not be stranger than fiction, but it certainly can be more dramatically compelling. Witness "Apollo 11."

A documentary on the mission that took astronauts Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins to the moon and back half a century ago, "Apollo 11" has no talking heads telling us what it all means or modern re-creations like the

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