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Rated R for language.

R In Theaters 06/12/2009 , 97min.
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Critic score based on 29 reviews

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April 13, 2011
I started watching this movie not knowing what to expect. However, I finished with a new favorite. Great movie.
January 24, 2010
The Story is not bad but the Movie goes very slow. Not something you sould see at night time after a long day. It s true Movie starts geting better after 30 min. Also true, that it seams to be boring like Solares with George C. but get mutch better half the way. In the end I have to say, thats still intertaining and could not stop watching after the first Clone showed up. See for you self and don
October 26, 2009
I just got done watching this movie and I am glad to see that there is still some original thinking left in Hollywood. Thank you ,great film
August 04, 2009
This movie was interesting and dark, kept me wondering what was building. It is a movie that you think about quite a bit after seeing it - you put yourself in Sam's place and really feel his emotions and isolation. I could see something like this really happening in the future. That makes Sam's situation very scary and real for the viewer.
July 24, 2009
I liked this movie very much, but I am still not sure I completely understood it. Sam Rockwell is AWESOME.

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Washington Post
Storywise, Moon fails to live up to the promise of its premise. There's plenty of atmosphere, but little gravity. Full Review
A.O. Scott
The New York Times
The film's ideas are interesting, but don't feel entirely worked out, and Mr. Rockwell's intriguingly strange performance (or performances) is left suspended, without the context that would give Sam's plight its full emotional and philosophical impact. The smallness of this movie is decidedly a virtue, but also, in the end, something of a limitation. Full Review
Betsy Sharkey
Los Angeles Times
Try as they might, the filmmakers never hit the outer reaches of imagination that both Kubrick and Bowie did. Which is not to say the film completely implodes into a black hole either. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
Moon, a superb first feature directed by Duncan Jones (David Bowie's son) and starring an impressive Sam Rockwell, is an intelligent, evocative and deceptively low-key sci-fi adventure. Full Review
Dan Zak
Washington Post
Storywise, Moon fails to live up to the promise of its premise. There's plenty of atmosphere, but little gravity. Full Review

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