The last place you'd ever expect to find yourself
Sam Rockwell, voice of Kevin Spacey
|Screenplay||Nathan Parker, Duncan Jones|
|Sound formats||Dolby Digital|
|Produced by||Liberty Films UK, Lunar Industries, Xingu Films|
|Language||Moderate, fairly infrequent, in context|
|Nudity||Brief, infrequent, non-sexual, no impact|
|Violence||Moderate, psychological violence, sustained|
|Blasphemy||Mild profanities, infrequent|
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|Sex / Nudity
||Blood / Gore / Gross
|Guns / Weapons
||Alcohol / Drugs
||Disrespectful / Bad Attitude
|Frightening / Tense Scenes
||Tense Family Scenes
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What the Critics say
|Cape Argus / The Star|
Paul Boekkooi 'n Klein rolprent oor 'n reuse-onderwerp
Betsy Sharkey This is ground control to major strain
|Chicago Sunday Times|
Roger Ebert Moon is a superior example of that threatened genre, hard science-fiction, which is often about the interface between humans and alien intelligence of one kind of or other, including digital.
Jason Anderson The movie’s pervasive air(lock) of unease is initially compelling but it’s hard not to feel that, if the premise were in the hands of Philip K. Dick or Dan O’Bannon, the results would’ve been more provocative and less steeped in the one-note melancholy of so many earthbound American indie flicks.
Peter Travers Moon is a potent provocation that relies on ideas instead of computer tricks to stir up excitement.
C. Fuchs It's not bad, it's just frustrating when any number of fixes -- some small, some needing a bit more involved surgery -- could have made it so much better.
Tomatometer Boosted by Sam Rockwell's intense performance, Moon is a compelling work of science-fiction, and a promising debut from director Duncan Jones.
What the People say
8655 Netizens Very Good Sci-fi
Average .. 70%