Science fiction fans across the country are celebrating today the 50th anniversary of Stanley Kubruck’s 1969 space odyssey “Moon Landing.”

While the film doesn’t really hold up as much today – due to it’s weak special effects and unrealistic plot – it’s still admired as one of the “great achievements in the history of film.”

Fans took to social media to discuss how the achievement was an incredible leap forward for “mankind” at the time and that it was historically significant to have a better film than the Soviet Union. President Donald Trump added in remarks that the film is a good reminder of what we can do in the future, like making a movie about Mars.