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Set in 1969 London, Moonwalkers tells the story of an unstable CIA agent and the manager of a rock band who must find a way to fake the moon landing after failing to locate the legendary Stanley Kubrick. 
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Rupert Grint earns a few chuckles throughout, as do a handful of the supporting players, but ultimately Moonwalkers feels a whole lot like a funny idea that never got fleshed out beyond its second act.
October 11, 2016
Forget a fake moon landing. "Moonwalkers" is a fake comedy ...
January 15, 2016
Japan Times
Bardou-Jacquet cut his teeth on adverts and music videos, and it shows; he gets an A for visuals and "groovy" set design, but a D for plotting, dialogue and the ability to milk a scene for a joke.
December 12, 2016
Houston, we have landed in an overtly silly, mod-and-LSD rendition of '69 London that seems on loan from the Austin Powers sets.
January 14, 2016
Los Angeles Times
Director Antoine Bardou-Jacquet, who devised the story, is dazzled by period style and puerile jokes, but nothing lands as especially funny, merely tired.
January 14, 2016
New York Times
The misguided "Moonwalkers" invests too much in the comedy potential of things that haven't been funny for a long while.
January 14, 2016