Question: Why couldn't the fuel cells be opened again once they were closed?
Question: I have heard that the news broadcasts used in the movies are copies of actual broadcasts, is this true?
Question: What did Houston mean by they need Omni bravo?
Question: In the ending credits, you see "The Whiz Kid" and "The Whiz Kid's mom". Who are they and where do they appear in the movie? I have looked, but I have never seen Austin O'Brien anywhere in the movie even though he is listed in the credits as "The Whiz Kid", same with the Whiz Kid's mom. Is this a mistake or do they appear in some background?
Question: What made the banging the sound the crew heard before the oxygen tank exploded?
Question: Was the atmosphere and splash landing as dramatic as shown in the movie?
Question: What was the point of temporarily shutting down every electrical system in the command module?
Question: In the scene where Lovell's wife is watching an interview of Lovell, he is asked if he can recall a moment when he experienced fear. Lovell proceeds to talk about a time when he's in a fighter jet and gets lost. Is this story a real life experience of the real Jim Lovell, or did they make it up for the movie?
Question: Did the OC2 gauge really drop to zero after fuel cells 1 and 3 were closed, as shown in the movie?
Question: One of the mistakes listed for this film says that Lovell's daughter Barbara slams a copy of the not-yet-released Beatles album "Let It Be" into her rack. How can you tell what album she's holding in that scene, when you only get a split-second glimpse of it? Without using slow-motion or freeze-frame (which is not permitted for mistake submissions), it doesn't seem possible to conclusively identify the album in question. Or is the background music for that scene a song from that particular Beatles album?