45 user 64 critic

Moonwalkers (2015)

R | | Comedy | 15 January 2016 (USA)
After failing to locate the legendary Stanley Kubrick, an unstable CIA agent must instead team up with a seedy rock band manager to develop the biggest con of all time-staging the moon landing.


(a film written by), (story by)

Watch Now

From $3.99 (SD) on Amazon Video





Cast overview, first billed only:
Tom Audenaert ...
Erika Sainte ...
Barmaid Country Pub


What if Apollo 11 never actually made it? What if, in reality, Stanley Kubrick secretly shot the famous images of the moon landing in a studio, working for the US administration? This is the premise of a totally plausible conspiracy theory that takes us to swinging sixties London, where a stubborn CIA agent will never find Kubrick but instead is forced to team up with a lousy manager of a seedy rock band to develop the biggest con of all time, in this riotous, high-tempo action-comedy. Written by Reece Davis

Plot Summary | Add Synopsis


Based on a true conspiracy theory.



Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong bloody violence, graphic nudity, plentiful drug use and language | See all certifications »

Parents Guide:



Official Sites:




Release Date:

15 January 2016 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Moonwalk  »

Filming Locations:

Company Credits

Show more on  »

Technical Specs



Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
See  »

Did You Know?


Kidman beats up the motorcycle gang to the same music that Alex and his droogs beat up the rival gang in "A Clockwork Orange", as the style in which the fight proceeds is quite similar to the fight in "A Clockwork Orange" as well. Also one of the gang members in "Moonwalkers" and one of the gang members in "A Clockwork Orange" (Billyboy) are quite alike. See more »


When he flew to London, the plane he took was a two engine jet. Back in 69, there was no 2engine jet flying a transatlantic route. Would have to be a 4 engine back then. See more »


Kidman: It's not that I don't understand; it's that I don't give a fuck.
See more »


Fire In The Sky
Writeen by Daniel Pemberton
(P) & (C) Chappell Tecorded Music Library Ltd.
Courtesy of Universal Publishing
Production Music France
See more »

Frequently Asked Questions

This FAQ is empty. Add the first question.

User Reviews

It won't take you to the moon but it will take you to just above the stratosphere.
23 February 2016 | by See all my reviews

The poster, the cast and the plot made it seem like it could be an amazing movie, albeit it's far from amazing it's still entertaining.

I expected a more realistic approach on tackling one of the greatest conspiracy theories of our time, the one that is about the moonlanding in 1969 being staged (in order to beat the Russians to the task so they would still be seen as the most powerful country in the world).

A theory that I actually believe could be a true one but I won't dig too deep into that because if that actually did happen how it happen would most likely differ substantially from the plot of this movie as this one is solely about the comedy... and the action, which there was plentyful of, to the point that it might get too bloody for some sensitive viewers.

A lot of sex, drugs and rock n roll as well.

The acting is fine, Rupert Grint does really well in comedies as he's proved before with the slightly better 'WILD TARGET (2010)' which also got him entangled with gangsters.

Robert Sheehan I didn't even recognize as the bearded hippie-friend of Grint, despite 'THE ROAD WITHIN' with Sheehan being one of my favorite movies of 2015, so yeah he was good too.

Ron Pearlman does his thing as always.

Gets a little too druggy at times perhaps and the pre-credit montage was a little too much but overall yeah solid enough entertainment for sure.

Also the movie clocks in at 97 minutes not 107 minutes like IMDb lists it at.

10 of 14 people found this review helpful.  Was this review helpful to you?
Review this title | See all 45 user reviews »

Contribute to This Page

Best of 2017: Our Favorite Movie and TV Stills

Take a look at our favorite movie and TV stills from the past year. Spot any of your faves?

Browse the Best of 2017