Moon (2009)

Drama, Sci-Fi
Sam Rockwell, Kevin Spacey, Dominique McElligott, Rosie Shaw
Astronaut Sam Bell has a quintessentially personal encounter toward the end of his three-year stint on the Moon, where he, working alongside his computer, GERTY, sends back to Earth parcels of a resource that has helped diminish our planet's power problems.
Boosted by Sam Rockwell's intense performance, Moon is a compelling work of science-fiction, and a promising debut from director Duncan Jones.
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  • 17 Jul 2009 Released:
  • 12 Jan 2010 DVD Release:
  • $4.8M Box office:

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Nothing short of astounding10/10
This was the best movie I have seen in a very in a very long time and immediately jumps into my favorite movies ever. MOON puts a relatable human touch on an intriguing and deep sci-fi story that, while it originally appears to be taking the path of 2001 Space Odyssey, is a unique adventure. Sam Rockwell puts on a spellbinding performance and Kevin Spacey's GERTY voice-over is eery and excellent. I have never seen a movie that had me so engrossed and intrigued from beginning to end. Some may say the film starts slowly but I found the first half hour to be an important and gripping portrayal of what it would mean to be alone in space, without which the movie would not be as effective. I don't want to ruin the plot so I wont go into further detail. As an avid movie watcher who is not a sci-fi buff I would recommend this movie to anybody who wants to see a movie that will take over their lives for 2 hours and have you leave the theater wanting to do nothing but discuss how beautifully layered it was.
Small in scope, Grandiose in concept10/10
While book racks are brimming with thought provoking, high concept science fiction, the movie genre tends to be populated by invading aliens, intergalactic wars, and adventure, which makes Director and co-writer Duncan Jones' Moon that much more of an oddity.

Not since Steven Soderbergh's much overlooked 2002 rendition of Stanislaw Lem's Solaris has a movie firmly rooted in the sci-fi realm delivered reflections on the human condition, which Moon does deftly.

It tells the story of Sam Bell (Sam Rockwell), the only inhabitant of an automated lunar mining base extracting Helium-3 from lunar rocks to be shipped back to Earth to fuel the energy starved planet.

Sam's isolated three year posting is about to come to an end and he longs to return to Earth to see his wife. His only company throughout this sojourn has been that of Gerty, the base's HAL-like robot voiced by Kevin Spacey. Unfortunately, the final weeks and days are proving to be the most difficult, and Sam finds himself going a bit squirrelly, leaving both he and the audience to wonder if what's unfolding is actually happening, or merely a drama taking place in his addled mind.

That's about as much plot detail as I'm going to deliver, for to delve any deeper into the story would give too much away. Be prepared, however, for a thought provoking narrative that touches on issues such as scientific ethics, corporate greed, human identity, and compassion.

There are no aliens, lasers/phasers, wormholes, warp engines or jump drives here, just a lonely space age concierge, an unflappable monotone robot, and a whole lot of fodder for your brain to chow down on.

This is what science fiction was meant to be.
Classic sci-fi driven by a Sam Rockwell tour-de-force10/10
I attended a screening of "Moon" at the 2009 SXSW Film Festival in the
legendary Paramount Theatre. There wasn't an empty seat in the
1300-capacity palace. Directed by Duncan Jones, "Moon" stars Sam
Rockwell, one of our generation's most powerful actors.

The notion of a film being unique seems unlikely in 2009. Not here.
While "Moon" is a modern-day science fiction film set in the future, it
pays homage to recent classics like "Blade Runner" and "Alien." Viewers
will be dazzled -- fans of the genre will nod in approval.

Science has developed a way to mine the rocks of the moon for clean
energy here on earth. Private enterprise, in the form of a corporation, sends astronauts on a three-year work stint to carry out
this ongoing mission. Sam Bell (Rockwell) is the latest to undertake
this task, with the trusted robot GERTY by his side watching over the
base's operations -- think HAL with a heart. Of course, things are not
what they seem, and the viewer is mesmerized as puzzling and surprising
events unfold.

Cinematographer Gary Shaw contributes to the impression of the eerie
stillness of life on the moon with the copious use of still camera and
slow tracking shots, only using hand-held when necessary. Nicolas
Gaster's editing is sure and steady, emphasizing the slow pace of Sam
Bell's multi-year work assignment. Remember those pre-CGI days when
special effects meant miniature land rovers on a bumpy table? It can
still be done -- and be believable. "Moon" is evocative of the sci-fi
greats whose visuals were done in-camera, i.e., on set as opposed to
being created by computers in post-production. Sam Bell's unearthly
home is comfortable yet aging like the patina of an old cottage.

Nathan Parker's screenplay (Jones wrote the story but handed over
screen writing duties to Parker) makes the most of Sam Rockwell's
considerable talents. This was quite a physically demanding role, as
well, and rarely has the actor been better (watch "Snow Angels,"
though). He doesn't just carry the film -- "Moon" is almost a one-man
show and Rockwell conducts a master class.

"Moon" is a classic, down and dirty (literally) science fiction film
with a baffling mystery that challenges the viewer to live in the shoes
of the protagonist. It's hard to imagine a better one than Sam Rockwell
or a more effective, entertaining, and satisfying cinematic experience.
Utterly Fantastic and Inspired10/10
Go see this movie! I've been lucky enough to have an opportunity to see this movie down here at SXSW and I am the better for it.

You don't really stumble upon many riveting, independent, sci-fi films that look beautiful(let alone don't contain aliens and space magic) and capture major emotional themes successfully. Moon accomplishes this, and with very little CGI at that.

Sam Bell is an astronaut working for a corporation on the far side of the moon. His job? Maintaining a lunar facility and the automated machines which are harvesting the moon's surface for Helium 3. The harvested material is then sent back to Earth to use as energy.

Sam is on the very last leg of a three year contract and is quite anxious to return to his wife and daughter. Barring any incidents, Sam will be able to leave his solitude. But something does go wrong.

That said, tremendous acting by Sam Rockwell carries this film - mainly because he is basically the only person in the movie. I'm not talking about Cast Away meets the moon… This film explores loneliness much deeper than that, and with much more emotion as well. Luckily for us there are no pieces of sports equipment on which the lead dotes, but instead we're blessed with a monotonous talking robot(voiced by Kevin Spacey) reminiscent of Hal from 2001 notoriety.

I advise that people go see this film, not only to support Duncan, the director, and Sam, but also to explore to possibilities of space and the humanity of loneliness.

Don't go in expecting to find what I have discussed, but go in expecting to find something inside yourself.
In short, this is one of the best sci-fi movies I have seen in a LONG time. Sam Rockwell plays it perfect, making the viewer feel his isolation and lonelieness. For a low budget film, the few effect shots work seamlessly. I'm trying to remain spoiler free, so I won't bother to explain the plot. If you like older and more story/character driven sci-fi, such as 2001: A Space Odyssey, than chances are you will love this movie. If you aren't a huge fan of sci-fi, take a chance with this one. You may find it a very rewarding experience. I loved this movie, and I can't stop thinking about it. In Moon, you may begin to think that everything is a big cliche, but than with all of the seemingly cliche plot points, Moon changes them into something entirely original and unexpected. It is an excellent piece of art and I have a strong feeling not enough people will see and appreciate it like I did.