Sam Rockwell (MATCHSTICK MEN) stars in this thought-provoking science fiction film. After spending three years on the moon as a solitary miner, Sam Be...
ProSpooky/sinister, camerawork, music, thought provok...
ConsSlow plot pace may not suit all? also element of u...
Pro.Intriguing premise, Rockwell's engaging performan...
ConsA bit slow & lacklustre for me at times.
ProSlick, atmospheric film with good performances all...
ProTop end British Sci-Fi
ConsNo Oscar for Sammy
ProA truly intelligent and innovative film
ProGreat acting, excellent directing
ConsA little slow moving for some
ProReasonably interesting story and good performance ...
ProClever science fiction story, superb performance f...
ConsPerhaps too slow paced for some
Conslack of action
ProGood acting and effects
ConsA bit dull to start, lack of characters
ProIntriguing storyline, great acting... highly enter...
ProGreat Direction and Acting
ConsToo Slow for some
ProExcellent Acting, Intriguing Plot
ProAtmospheric and engaging
ConsIt does limp in two places but picks up very rapid...
ProVisually stunning, superb central performance, cle...
ConsWeak ending, confusing in parts
DVD Region: DVD
Studio(s): SONY PICTURES, SONY PICTURES HOME ENTERTAINMENT; CINRAM LOGISTICS
Screenwriter: Duncan Jones, Nathan Parker
Composer: Clint Mansell
Director of Photography: Gary Shaw
Producer: Trudie Styler, Nicky Moss, Stuart Fenegan
Voice: Kevin Spacey
Main Language: English
Subtitle Language: English, Hindi
Aspect Ratio: 16:9 Anamorphic Wide Screen
Sound: Dolby Digital
Special Features: Commentary with writer, director Duncan Jones, director of photography Gary Shaw, concept designer Gavin Rothery and production designer Tony Noble , 'Whistle' a short film by Duncan Jones , Commentary with writer, director Duncan Jones and producer Stuart Fenegan , Making-of, Creating the visual effects , Science Center Q&A with director Duncan Jones , Filmmaker's Q&A at the Sundance Film Festival
Review: Anchored by a dexterous performance from indie stalwart Sam Rockwell and shot in lean, expressive and slightly surreal visual tone that recalls Tarkovsky's SOLARIS, MOON harkens back to pre-STAR WARS American science fiction films... (Box Office, 2009-04-29)<br><br>Screenwriter Nathan Parker capably splices generic sci-fi components with a Big Brother fixture in this well-wrought, modular entertainment (Hollywood Reporter, 2009-10-23)<br><br>Fans of speculative and conceptual sci-fi and classic storytelling should take this trip to identity's dark side. The direction is elegant, the acting impeccable. Take the trip (Total Film, 2009-06-25)<br><br>
Listed on Ciao since: 17/07/2009