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9 outer space movies streaming in honor of the Apollo 11 Moon landing

On July 20, 1969, U.S. Astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first men to set foot on the Moon. Down here on Earth, roughly 500 million people watched the broadcast of the landing, a moment that would inspire dozens of fictional stories and factual recreations in the world of film and television for years to come.

In 2019, we’re just as mesmerized by the awe-inspiring moment. In honor of the 50th anniversary of the Moon landing, we’ve selected 9 of the best astronaut and sci-fi flicks (ranked in no particular order) to help you celebrate that big step for mankind, all of which are streaming now. Enjoy!

9. Interstellar (2014)

Directed by the always mind-bending Christopher Nolan, Interstellar imagines a world in which humans have been forced to seek out a new home, a dangerous task that will send a former NASA pilot through a wormhole. 

Starring Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, and Michael Cain, this touching sci-fi exploration captures both the wonder and fear of space travel, not to mention its necessity. 

Interstellar (2014) is available to stream with Cinemax.

8. Wall-E (2008)

The kid-friendliest option on this list, Wall-E is one Pixar classic with a lot to say about our planet and its place in the universe. 

Jam-packed with cute robots and incredible music, this ride aboard the Axiom will give adults plenty to think over and younger viewers more than enough to giggle at.

Wall-E (2008) is available to rent or purchase with Amazon Prime Video.  

7. Alien (1979) 

The first step in a multimillion dollar franchise, Ridley Scott’s Alien is a sci-fi classic for a reason. 

Starring genre icon Sigourney Weaver, this nightmarish tale of a spaceship on a mission — with one terrifying and uninvited crew member — set

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