Genre Grandeur – Moon (2009)

Check out my guest post for this month’s Genre Grandeur over at Movierob. Space movies are simply awesome, and Moon is a nice little sci-fi gem.

For our next entry in this month’s Genre Grandeur – Space, here’s a review of Moon (2007) by Justine of Justine’s Movie Blog.

Next month’s Genre is Biographical movies, so please send me your review by 25th October to bio@movierob.net

Let’s hear what Justine thought of this movie.

moonMoon is the feature film and directorial debut of Duncan Jones. I imagine he has plenty to prove, being the son of legendary musician, David Bowie. Fortunately, Jones’ Moon doesn’t disappoint. With a low budget, it manages to engage and entertain the viewer with a story that has an interesting premise and an impressive performance by its star, Sam Rockwell. Moon maintains a level of simplicity that can be easily appreciated when comparing it to the large quantity of sci-fi films clogging the big screens that rely solely on visuals as opposed to an actual story. Are they fun? Yeah, sometimes…

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About Justine B.

I'm a 25-year-old who grew up watching all kinds of movies and have always been passionate about them. I am a college grad who studied films, filmmaking, and writing, so why not put those skills to good use and write about movies? My goal is to see as many movies as I can and share them with fellow movie lovers. I've created this blog in order to do just that. I want to write about movies, new and old, and share updates on things I'm excited about.

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