Space Travel


For $30 million, you can visit space. You will have to urinate upside down, but there’s an incredible view. Video game pioneer Richard Garriott became one of a handful of civilians who made it past the wild blue yonder, fulfilling a life long dream of becoming an astronaut, following in his father’s footsteps, and helping to propel the idea of space travel heading into the private sector. Unfortunately, the documentary Man on a Mission has trouble telling an interesting story because it has to condense over a year into a normal run-time while focusing on a nice enough man who’s not exactly a compelling figure.

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