Good Night Oppy


Action / Documentary

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 87% · 92 reviews
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 100%
IMDb Rating 7.7/10 10 4371 4.4K


Top cast

Angela Bassett as Self - Narrator
Jon Stewart as Self
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969.12 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 44 min
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1.94 GB
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23.976 fps
1 hr 44 min
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4.68 GB
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by trudjoh 9 / 10

Wish Dad was here

I watch all space exploration shows through my Dad's eyes. He was born in 1899, was in the second class of electrical engineers at Penn State, worked over 40 years at General Electric) and he never tired of the "New". He died in 1987, having watched every launch, every landing, and heard every word. He set his alarm to wake up and watch landings, even if on at 3:00 AM. The shuttle was a fascination. Nothing was boring.

Perhaps because he worked for General Electric (very involved with space programs) ? But his engineering background just lit him up.

I have read a lot of reviews for this film, and realize how jaded folks can be today. We are so used to new accomplishments, the new stuff is boring?

I am not finished with this movie yet, but when I watched Oppy roll onto the surface of Mars, I teared up. Proud of human accomplishment. Anticipating what is coming. Wishing I could go to Mars so I can channel the sites and sounds through my senses to my dad. (Yes I am fascinated by Quantam Physics!). We should all watch these accomplishments and be amazed what we can do without fighting with each other.

Reviewed by gokhan-erguven 8 / 10

A magnificent docu-film about Opportunity rover that made me cry.

I've known its 14 years of duty, and how its mission and live had ended on Mars. But seeing it on a docu-film like this broke my heart. :( Her 92-day tenure and overcoming it, serving for 14 years... just wow! And at the end, saying goodbye to her breaks our hearts. It kinda has the soul of Wall-E, so if you're familiar with the Pixar-type of storytelling, you'll love this film. Unarguably one of the best productions of Amazon Prime Video of 2022! If you're a space enthusiast and curious about Mars, you should definitely see this film. Maybe one day, they'll make her story an animation film, who knows... :)

Reviewed by robdrummond 9 / 10

My highest review so far

I have given this documentary a 9 - i have not yet read other reviews but I will after this.

I really enjoyed this original/actual and compelling story of these two Mara Rovers built to last 90 days but fed back info for up to 15 years.

Its daft perhaps to think anyone could be emotionally attached to an inanimate object made by man - but you know what? They weren't inanimate at all - they really were the children of their creators and the emotion the team back on earth had for them was also felt by me - a simple viewer in UK.

The comparisons made between these machines and people made the real life connection between man and machine seem very very real (and it was!)

Excellent - thank you.

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