Apollo 13 | "Houston, We Have a Problem"

2020-ж., 9-апр.
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For the 50th anniversary of the historic Apollo 13 space mission, watch the iconic "Houston, We Have a Problem" scene from the film by Ron Howard!
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Stranded 205,000 miles from Earth in a crippled spacecraft, astronauts Jim Lovell (Hanks), Fred Haise (Paxton) and Jack Swigert (Bacon) fight a desperate battle to survive. Meanwhile, at Mission Control, astronaut Ken Mattingly (Sinise), flight director Gene Kranz (Harris) and a heroic ground crew race against time - and the odds - to bring them home.
© 1995 Universal City Studios, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Cast: Tom Hanks, Ed Harris, Bill Paxton, Kevin Bacon, Gary Sinise, Kathleen Quinlan, Mary Kate Schellhardt, Emily Ann Lloyd, Miko Hughes, Max Elliott Slade, Jean Speegle Howard, David Andrews, Chris Ellis
Produced By: Brian Grazer
Directed by: Ron Howard

  • Yea Always blame instrumentation!

    DenimBrawlDenimBrawlСаат мурун
  • All things happen for a reason. What if it didn’t explode thy might have crashed on the moon who knows???

    Layken HinchLayken HinchКүн мурун
  • I don’t believe we ever did go that far into space let alone the moon Didn’t have the technology then and how four days away from earth could they communicate That fast it’s bs

    Jason NesterJason NesterКүн мурун
  • There is 1 Imposter Among us

    Andrew AndrewAndrew Andrew2 күн мурун
  • Actually, Jim said, "Houston, we've had a problem."

    Robert McCeneyRobert McCeney2 күн мурун
  • 4:20 "Wake up anyone you need ..."

    Len ArendsLen Arends2 күн мурун
  • Why does it look like tom Hanks is wearing a onesie on that thumbnail?

    198619862 күн мурун
  • The scene is a bit dramatic, I wouldn't say over dramatic like a lot of people have said, it is still a great movie and I'm certain got a lot of people interested in this period of space flight again, I know I certainly did when I was kid after seeing this. I would say it was dramatic because, well for one it is a movie from the 90s, and two they needed to condense a 30-40 minute event to five minutes.

    Joshua .SJoshua .S2 күн мурун
  • You got to hand it to all involved in Houston and up and the spacecraft being as cool as they were because there's a junior high school kid I was thinking they may not make it back

    Alex ReyesAlex Reyes4 күн мурун
  • It was Houston we had a problem....

    Capt. DesmoCapt. Desmo4 күн мурун
  • LOL 100 million people complained about the interruption in the USA because they cut in on "I Love Lucy" people instinctively know that this is all BS no man has ever landed on the moon no man has ever past the van Allen radiation belt NASA admit this in videos on KGworld oh and they can't go back to the moon because they have lost all the specs LOL LOO LOL LOL god damn Tom Hanks what a twat.

    NZSharemanNZShareman6 күн мурун
  • Booger at 1:16!

    K PK P6 күн мурун
  • Biggest bad quote of the century. It was Houston we've had aproble damn it

    TBReynoldsTBReynolds6 күн мурун
  • 50 years since this tragedy first occurred and 25 years since this great film was released.

    Kelly SmithKelly Smith6 күн мурун
  • "Houston, we have a problem." - Bumblebee from Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

    Taajwar PopeTaajwar Pope7 күн мурун
  • hmm.. i wonder Tom Hanks ask permission this time "Houston, i wanna Poo and pee now.."

    Mask TrooperMask Trooper7 күн мурун
  • NASA was the one who put Houston on the map Feels good being from Houston Texas

    mayito_tampsmayito_tamps7 күн мурун
    • ...but it was it's people who kept it on top.

      198619862 күн мурун
  • I am a non-american, born in 1990, but to me it seems like these were the true great America times probably right up until 2001. Dont get me wrong, the US is still great, but not like these times of science, space exploration etc. Hopefully Elon Musk and the other private space companies will be able to do it even better.

    Dimitar MargaritovDimitar Margaritov7 күн мурун
    • @1986 I dont think the Internet itself is a problem, it's a great tool. Things like identity politics that started becoming trendy are part of the problem in my opinion.

      Dimitar MargaritovDimitar Margaritov2 күн мурун
    • Yup, we feel the same here. The 90s was the last great decade before the internet messed everything up

      198619862 күн мурун
  • Blame Trump!

    Monster StereosMonster Stereos8 күн мурун
  • Of course they have a problem, they are using 50 year old computers

    iPeteriPeter8 күн мурун
  • NASA has extensive notes on this movie just in case anything like this ever happens in real life.

    TheIrishEnigmaTheIrishEnigma8 күн мурун
  • Houston we have a problem, There are no underage kids for us up here!

    Amraam5Amraam58 күн мурун
  • What is Gimbal Lock?.........Gimbal lock is the loss of one degree of freedom in a three-dimensional, three-gimbal mechanism that occurs when the axes of two of the three gimbals are driven into a parallel configuration, "locking" the system into rotation in a degenerate two-dimensional space. The word lock is misleading: no gimbal is restrained

    Dodge ManDodge Man8 күн мурун
  • In real life there was a 10 minute gap between the tank stir and the explosion

    Chance WebsterChance Webster8 күн мурун
  • Tom Hanks is a great actor, but I feel like the delivery of the iconic line felt SO scripted, I wish they had used a better take or something. Sounded like he was reading it from the script cold.

    Stephen GeislerStephen Geisler8 күн мурун
  • The actual quote was not “Houston, we have a problem.” The actual quote was: “Houston, game over! Game over, man!”

    SurfingBullDogSurfingBullDog9 күн мурун
    • 🤣😂

      198619862 күн мурун
  • When are we going to jupiter

    Saoirse FitzgeraldSaoirse Fitzgerald9 күн мурун
    • Nothing up there

      Batou3Batou38 күн мурун
  • Wait woody is an astronaut

    Paul ComitzPaul Comitz10 күн мурун
  • The look from Ed Harris at 41 seconds is great acting.

    Dominic SmithDominic Smith11 күн мурун
  • I would imagine that they would have a plan or have a simulator for this situation before launch

    General Major55General Major5512 күн мурун
  • Massive. Understatement. These men are the real heros of NASA.

    B. LaMouB. LaMou13 күн мурун
  • that double take at the mirror gets me, where it hits him like "thats not right", thats my favorite moment

    stark1987stark198713 күн мурун
  • Imagine how frustrating it would be to fist get excited about going to the moon but enfing up in a stressful situation like this

    The BlueBomberThe BlueBomber13 күн мурун
  • 0:44 we know this is all you give a shit about

    Alex MazurekAlex Mazurek13 күн мурун
  • Good timing...

    Alex MazurekAlex Mazurek13 күн мурун
  • When I watch the film, I get so caught up in the story that I fail to notice how good the acting is here. But, really, it's top-notch. Everyone is so convincing, even if the writers spiced this scene up somewhat. Among other qualities, these guys were chosen for their ability to remain calm under pressure. The tension is palpable, at least partly because of the changes the writers made.

    Nigel DepledgeNigel Depledge14 күн мурун
  • 1995-2017: Many people recall the *movie line* as "Houston, we HAVE a problem." (as my memory always believed it to be) 2017: Mandela Effect videos (5 or more) saying that the famous line from the movie has changed to "we've HAD a problem." begin to appear. Comments under the movie clip of Apollo 13 read as: "you people are just remembering it wrong; it's ALWAYS been "HAD." 2017 (days-weeks later): Mandela Effect videos now saying that the famous line has changed BACK to "we HAVE a problem." appear. The videos of the people that talked about the switch to "HAD"... completely disappear off of KGworld. Like they never existed.. (But I KNOW I watched them; because why would I be on this quest for truth in the first place?) I witnessed this "Flip Effect" from "we've HAD" to "we HAVE" within a mater of days-weeks. And I know that this happened because I was SHOCKED that what I heard several times (5+ times) was in fact Tom Hanks saying the line as "Houston, we've *had* a problem." So I just thought it was false memory, and everyone that remembered "HAVE" PRE-2017 was just misremembering as well. BUT then it changed BACK to "HAVE." days later.. My mind was blown. And now it is still currently "HAVE" (to put on record). Anyone have a rational explanation for this?

    Bluepacman13Bluepacman1314 күн мурун
  • 1:47 found alien! (that forehead though)

    bharat thapabharat thapa15 күн мурун
  • One of my favourite films EVER. Definition of a classic.

    David MurphyDavid Murphy15 күн мурун
  • This is why you stay on earth and live life... don't mess with our maker.

    tonino Italianotonino Italiano15 күн мурун
    • @Desi the only great invention from earth towards space is my telescope so to admire our makers creation.

      tonino Italianotonino Italiano12 күн мурун
    • @Desi and you or your parents couldn't have had a good life without them in the past .?. Do you mind eating this new world technology food full of pesticide and insecticides and acid rain and plastic McDonald's burgers etc.ect..

      tonino Italianotonino Italiano12 күн мурун
    • @tonino Italiano How about artificial limbs? LASIK? Water filtration? House insulation? CAT scanners? Literal portable computers? We wouldn't have the technology we have now if it weren't for the innovation brought about by the space race.

      DesiDesi12 күн мурун
    • @Desi and I ain't talking about moon boots. I'm talking about food and water?

      tonino Italianotonino Italiano12 күн мурун
    • @Desi ok.. how has your life improved since that giant leap for mankind.

      tonino Italianotonino Italiano12 күн мурун
  • Flight there heart rates are skyrocketing. Yea no s**t buddy

    Ryan SRyan S15 күн мурун
  • Come on seriously, I was trying to click on the fast forward, what the hell!!

    Scott ClevelandScott Cleveland15 күн мурун
  • "Work the problem, don't make it worse by guessing". That should be hanging on the wall in every support desk office and workshop. Brilliant film, great acting and truly NASA's Finest Hour.

    Héctor FernándezHéctor Fernández15 күн мурун
  • And Balock should know. He lived in space on Star Trek when he was a baby.

    USA#1 !!USA#1 !!15 күн мурун
  • In reality, Lovell said “Houston, we’ve had a problem.” He repeated what Fred Haize or Jack Swiegart had said to him. But now and forever more, the expression shall be “Houston, we have a problem.” Stupid Hollywood!

    USA#1 !!USA#1 !!15 күн мурун
    • @Boudicca you should check my Nikon p900 uploads I observe the moon often there's nothing up there.... And I am zoomed in really close 1080p check it out kgworld.info/post/PLhmNI1VgI3vr8Uj3K-_EN7nUVBGJtz7eU.html

    • @THEWATCHINGOBSERVER76 you should invest in a good telescope. You can view beautiful sights in space and if it’s a good enough telescope you can see the landing site.

      BoudiccaBoudicca14 күн мурун
    • Houston we have a problem!!!! We never went... 🤣🌏👈🐑

  • Anybody else think for just a split second the thumbnail was showing Tom Hanks in some kind of tight hood?

    Jody BrysonJody Bryson15 күн мурун
  • "Houston, we've HAD a problem."

    The Amazingly RandyThe Amazingly Randy16 күн мурун
    • What sealed the deal for me.Then it flipped back to "HAVE". It was at that point I knew the Mandela Effect was a real phenomenon.

      Bluepacman13Bluepacman1314 күн мурун
  • Do I poop me pans no i do not joking like this one

    Moussa MajlawiMoussa Majlawi16 күн мурун
    • Hiiiiiiiiii pooooop

      Moussa MajlawiMoussa Majlawi16 күн мурун
    • I like it heh

      Moussa MajlawiMoussa Majlawi16 күн мурун
  • Where you scared is scarey

    Moussa MajlawiMoussa Majlawi16 күн мурун
  • they couldn't have said it better here kgworld.info/wiki/video/uJejctd1iK2Orq0

    The TruthThe Truth17 күн мурун
  • I can't believe how many people think this never happened. Like its so impossible to travel into space and etc. Instead of their parents teaching them anything its as if they were having contest to see how many times they could drop them on their head without killing them.

    Josh LewisJosh Lewis18 күн мурун
  • A seriously good movie.

    Radim ZieglerRadim Ziegler18 күн мурун
  • Before he activated the oxygen tanks they showed one of the operator in the control room look like he saw something was wrong

    henry nenjaminhenry nenjamin18 күн мурун
  • Imagine if Gene Kranz was on the Titanic.

    LineshaftRestorationsLineshaftRestorations20 күн мурун
  • Houston we have a problem; someone forgot to load the 6 year old tom asked for.

    S. LopezS. Lopez20 күн мурун
  • Bill (RIP), Kevin, and Tom all gave (pardon the pun) stellar performances in this movie. Honestly, their reactions seem like what the real Lovell, Haise, and Swigert would have been like.

    dmadd4643dmadd464321 күн мурун
  • "Yo Mater! Houston had another problem, we need you in!" "Roger, Roger!" "Let's burn this candle!" *VWOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOSH* "OOOOOOOOOOOOH YEEEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAAH!!!" Who came here from a Cars-Toon?

    Bhaswara ArizonBhaswara Arizon21 күн мурун
  • Houston we have a problem !!!!! THE PROBLEM = (1) Not only has NASA "misplaced" all of the telemetry data for all of the moon missions, Gene Krantz has never even seen it !!!! (you know... Gene the flight director) (2) NASA themselves said and I quote ... " we no longer have the technology to go to the moon, we did but we destroyed it" .... (really??? that's the story you are going with ....) (3) man or unmanned crafts have never been more than 300 miles from earth's surface, there is no such thing as satellites..... there are orders for another 20 information cable laying ships and ship building companies are pumping them out as fast as they can ... (that is how your internet works,,, WiFi just uses signal boosters every couple of miles)

    Chris GardinerChris Gardiner21 күн мурун
  • Now take into account that this was the equivalent of taking a Galley out on the open ocean in rough seas, no stars to navigate by, no sun, because there’s permanent cloud cover, and no landmarks. Limited food and water... the only advantage the galley has over this, is at least they won’t run out of oxygen.

    Commander CriticCommander Critic21 күн мурун
  • Have you ever heard the actual sound bites from the mission? They are all so calm and pro it sounds like they are reading grocery lists.

    BoondockRobertsBoondockRoberts21 күн мурун
  • Hero's

    Taylor JohnsonTaylor Johnson23 күн мурун
    • liars : ( I am not judging them ... (it pains me to say that)

      Chris GardinerChris Gardiner21 күн мурун
  • Where is Wilson? Did not see his best friend here =(

    Willie WonkaWillie Wonka23 күн мурун
  • Ricky Gervais is on the line ...

    David EddyDavid Eddy23 күн мурун
  • The only problem is that this was not an equipment failure but damage from an external source. You can guess what possible options might be the source of the external source, but it was nothing mundane. It was a message.

    Caden GraceCaden Grace25 күн мурун
  • Yes, problem...Pervywood has been discovered as the biggest pedo- playground in the world and NASA is one of the biggest liars on earth.

    Lucas FilewalkerLucas Filewalker25 күн мурун
  • When your new pc build doesn't post.

    Nicolas YangNicolas Yang25 күн мурун
  • Is thee any psy op that this on board --switch witch - -spook has not been involved in selling ? We'll wait.

    John KimJohn Kim25 күн мурун
  • Anybody remember the pogs that came out at Hardee's for this?

    Viking GoddessViking Goddess25 күн мурун
  • Game over man, game over

    J GatzbyJ Gatzby25 күн мурун
  • Imagine if everyone just went home...

    Ryan ArceneauxRyan Arceneaux26 күн мурун
  • The funniest thing is he never said that at all. It was " Houston, we have had a problem". Totally different meaning. Means Houston had no idea of the problem until they told them.

    BigBen 92BigBen 9227 күн мурун
    • The quote in this movie has flipped due to the Mandela Effect. I witnessed it and many others.

      Bluepacman13Bluepacman1314 күн мурун
  • 'let's work the problem people, let's not make things worse by guessing'...that line is therapy...especially in times like these...

    dm dmdm dm27 күн мурун
  • I think it’s time for a major motion picture about Challenger.

    Eric DicksonEric Dickson27 күн мурун
  • Moon landings, my favorite genre of science fiction.

    KazKikongoKillerKazKikongoKiller27 күн мурун
  • idk why so many ppl are saying never travel with Tom Hanks, if anything you have a better chance of surviving when your with him.

    Amean AbdelfattahAmean Abdelfattah27 күн мурун
  • The Ice Cream Man got a new job ...

    Adrian SarciaAdrian Sarcia27 күн мурун
  • RIP Bill Paxton :(

    fastsonfastson28 күн мурун
  • Loved this movie since it came out. The casting, the script, the performances, the score...just brilliant work. Man, I miss Bill Paxton.

    Charly TateCharly Tate28 күн мурун
  • My main man twenty grand Billy Paxton.

  • Another famously wrong line. "Houston we've had a problem here." Bonus - The proof isn't in the pudding. The proof of the pudding is in the tasting. It would be easy to write a book full of these.

    Drew EarthlingDrew Earthling28 күн мурун
  • You can fly back out later! But we need you home safe first!!!!

    Le BarriosLe Barrios28 күн мурун

    Ed BavosoEd Bavoso29 күн мурун
  • Vote fucking "NO" on Prop 22.

    daveo macrondaveo macron29 күн мурун
  • There's a lot of clever camera angles that make the interior look way bigger then it is, it was basically the size of about 3 regular closets in total volume.

    Meanie PaniniMeanie Panini29 күн мурун
  • Everybody: kgworld.info/wiki/video/q6h-csukjIuYtYc

    Lemonade092Lemonade09229 күн мурун
  • Free Penny protest! She is being held in Fort Collins Co kgworld.info/wiki/video/xtp5ppVzmmSZy2Y i swore my oath as a father! Help me keep my word as a Knight Of Malta!,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

    Tay Tay IppoTay Tay IppoАй мурун
  • Ahh, nothing like a good fiction. ;)

    Riley StewartRiley StewartАй мурун
    • Why would they fake a failure

      Seal NibbaSeal NibbaАй мурун
  • America, we have a problem. Space is not cold or hot, it's a vacuum. In cislunar space, as said they were,, the heat streaming in from the Sun would have made the problem cooling, not heating. Regardless, radiation prevented, and still prevents, space travel beyond low-Earth orbit. Apollo, a criminal joke.

    K. Chris CaldwellK. Chris CaldwellАй мурун
    • space is cold in darkness and hot in direct sunlight

      Din DjarinDin Djarin28 күн мурун
  • Greatest space movie ever made hands down

    Alex SheppardAlex SheppardАй мурун
  • Finally Forest Gump got smart enought to be an astronaut

    유기농감자아유기농감자아Ай мурун
  • Jonas.......................

    Mr. ColdMr. ColdАй мурун
  • Man I didnt know Forest Gump was on apollo 13

    MoonGangsterMoonGangsterАй мурун
  • This is so interesting I love this😁 and Tom hanks is in it

    Ava ThomasAva ThomasАй мурун
  • .....we have a problem, just saw an alien spacecraft full of dinosaurs heading your way!!!

    Jim TalorJim TalorАй мурун
  • that zoom out close in thingy never ceased to amaze me. It correctly depicted the shock regarding the relevation.

    M. R. Adam JamesM. R. Adam JamesАй мурун
  • “Houston, we’ve made history”

    Grahamboigamer YTGrahamboigamer YTАй мурун
  • So many directors would have tried to shoehorn in a love interest, a bad guy, and would have invented conflict to make it more "dramatic". Ron Howard let the story tell itself. Great directing, great cast, but most of all a truly epic story that was better than anything that could be dreamed up by a script writer. It boggles my mind that it only got Oscars for sound and editing. An absolute travesty.

    David PhelpsDavid PhelpsАй мурун
  • I didnt know Woody was on Apollo 13

    T3x MechsT3x MechsАй мурун
  • What is so amazing is the movie is more believable than what actually happened. What actually happened was the earth went left in an arc along with the moon,and the "space ship" went into space in a direct straight line out to nowhere. Its impossible for anything to leave the earth and return as the earth moves. You would have to wait a year to return to earth,and you would never have landed on the moon. In two days,three days,the earth and moon would be in a different location and they would be floating in space like ice cones.

    George StoudamireGeorge StoudamireАй мурун
    • The ship moves forward with the Earth and because an object launched from another moving object travels at the COMBINED speeds in three directions. That's why you can jump inside and airplane without being splattered against the back wall like a bug on a windshield.

      Kevin SkinnerKevin SkinnerАй мурун
    • no because the csm is still in a high earth orbit it didnt have enough escape velocity.

      Din DjarinDin DjarinАй мурун
  • Hanks, has a real problem...currently.

    William LucasWilliam LucasАй мурун