The 1998 film Armageddon was a hit in theaters and now with NASA. The film is shown as part of NASA’s training program. The trainees are told to find as many impossibilities in the film as they possibly can.
The film was well thought out, but it has probably an endless amount of improbabilities in it and about 168 impossible parts to it. They only look at the impossible-ness of the film.
The film is great for the training, because the trainees have to decide between what is impossible and what is only improbable. It is a great motivational movie, too, and it allows the employees to think about what they would really do in the situation as they see what steps the characters in the film took.
Just remember, the film is quite inaccurate. It is still entertaining, though, and NASA has found a purpose for it.