Duncan Jones’ 2009 sci-fi drama Moon kind of crept up on audiences, but they quickly fell in love with its intimacy, it’s ambition, and its inventiveness. Made for a mere $5MM, its setting and effects gave the impression of a much larger-budgeted film, and Jones’ direction combined with a career-defining performance by Sam Rockwell (in a career seemingly chock full of new peaks) made it an Oscar hopeful and surefire cult...
Reminder: The LAMBcast/MOTM blog-a-thon extravaganza for Moon happens Saturday! Send your links for posts/reviews to email@example.com by 6:00 AM Pacific on Saturday the 12th.
The poll results are in – thank you to the 81 voters who took part. The next MOTM will be Moon, which destroyed the competition by taking in 27.2% of the votes. Here’s what goes down from here:
* The first thing you need to know is that November 12th is the big day. You have just under three weeks to watch the flick (if you haven’t already) and to write up something, then send me the link (dylan at...
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