Black Holes: The Edge of All We Know

Movie review by John Sooja, Common Sense Media
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age 11+

Teams studying black holes make breakthroughs in worthy doc.

NR 2021 99 minutes

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age 13+

Slick, Educational, Boring

Science documentary on black holes, astronomers, and photographing the first black hole. Content will fly over the little ones, so it’s best for teenage and adults. A well-made film overall. Unfortunately, my teens and I- all space/science lovers are we- found it very dull. We powered through it, but just barely. Critics love it, though.

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