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Sony Pictures Classics
BAFTA Award for Best British Film Nominated
Saturn Award for Best Science Fiction Film Nominated
Time Out: London's 100 Best Sci-Fi Movies
June 12, 2009
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Moon vs. Solaris
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"Moon is the better film for so many reasons. Story, dialogue, the science, and production value." more ►
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Sunshine vs. Moon
said on 2/27/2018
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Moon all day long. Source Code has been done before. And the repetitiveness of it all annoys me as a viewer. Moon on the other hand was dark and depressing but in an entertaining way. The servant robot was an awesome character.
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This movie is good but it shouldn't be number 54. It shouldn't even be in the top 100.
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I don't understand why so many people love this movie. Don't get me wrong, I liked it and appreciated it's interesting concepts but I don't think it came together to form a consummate narrative. I liked what I saw but there simply wasn't enough meat on the narrative bone in my opinion.
This should be #1
This was a very good film. I liked that it didn't go down the route of an antagonist vs. protagonist, THE END. I loved the grey area of the characters and with Kevin Spacey as the computer he wasn't the killer type. I think the grey area was important.
This film proves that a massive budget and huge special effects don't always provide as amazing quality as this. A lot of work must have had to be done to make this as good as it was on its meagre 5 million dollar budget. A very underrated film that should be seen by all sci-fi fans.
Solid debut from Duncan Jones.