Good Night Oppy

Good Night Oppy

The inspirational true story of Opportunity, a rover that was sent to Mars for a 90-day mission but ended up surviving for 15 years. Follow Opportunity’s groundbreaking journey on Mars and the remarkable bond forged between a robot and her humans millions of miles away.

Original Title: Good Night Oppy
Year: 2022
Countries: United States of America
Category: Documentary
Languages: English
Production Companies: Amblin Entertainment,Industrial Light & Magic,Amazon Studios,Film 45,Tripod Media
Gender: Documentary
Movie Cast:

  • Narrator (voice): Angela Bassett
  • Himself: Steve Squyres
  • Herself: Jennifer Trosper
  • Himself: Rob Manning
  • Himself: Kobie Boykins
  • Himself: Ashitey Trebi-Ollennu
  • Himself: Doug Ellison
  • Herself: Abigail Fraeman
  • Herself: Vandi Verma

Movie Crew:

  • Sound Designer: Mark A. Mangini
  • Original Music Composer: Blake Neely
  • Writer: Ryan White
  • Producer: Justin Falvey
  • Producer: Darryl Frank
  • Producer: Matthew I. Goldberg
  • Executive Producer: Stephen Neely
  • Writer: Helen Kearns
  • Editor: Rejh Cabrera
  • Producer: Jessica Hargrave
  • Producer: Brandon Carroll
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Abishek Nair
  • Executive Producer: Ryan Schiavo
  • Director of Photography: David Paul Jacobson
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Ivan Busquets
  • Executive Producer: Max Wagner

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    1 Review

  1. CinemaSerf dice:

    I thought that was going to be far more interesting than it ended up being. The documentary tells us the story of the hugely innovative and ambitious task to send two motorised, solar-powered, rovers to Mars. One called "Spirit", the other the eponymously nick-named "Opportunity". History tells us what happened, but I was was very much hoping for more meat on the bones of this astonishing feat of science and engineering than is delivered in this rather dry, vox-pop style, recounting of the project. It is interspersed with occassional actuality, but there is a real paucity of that as this trundles along in a remarkably sterile fashion delivering little of the senses of excitement, frustration and enthusiasm that must have been experienced by this team as the venture gathered pace. Indeed, this whole thing really rather lacks any pace at all. It is more of a video-diary style chronology peppered with some overly earnest contributions. Some of the "wake-up" songs are quite good but whoever concluded that delivering us a host of scientists doing pieces-to-camera was going to prove engaging just, in my opinion, missed an "oppy" to populate this with much more of the imagery NASA collected. It all ends rather sentimentally too and left me feeling just a bit disappointed..

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