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Film, "Source Code": Sci-Fi Thriller Worth Your Popcorn Dollar

"Source Code": Sci-Fi Thriller Worth Your Popcorn Dollar

Moon director Duncan Jones' sophomore feature, Source Code — a pseudocerebral, modestly budgeted sci-fi thriller with ambitions more Philip K. Dicklike in scope than the recent Dick adaptation The Adjustment Bureau — is a propulsive ride worth your popcorn dollar,…
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Music, All Shook Down What To Do? Tuesday's Pick: Moon at the Red Vic

What To Do? Tuesday's Pick: Moon at the Red Vic

Moon @ the Red Vic (through Wed.) Moon is one of my favorite films of 2009. Created by David Bowie's son Duncan Jones, the movie riffs off 2001: A Space Odyssey but has its own pop culture sheen and subtle…
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Calendar, Night&Day <i>Moon</i>

Moon

Moon is a modest science fiction film with major aspirations. The tale of a lonely spaceman might have made an excellent Twilight Zone episode, but Moon’s premise is even more suggestive of a song by director Duncan Jones’s father, David…
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Calendar, Night&Day When You Grope for Luna

When You Grope for Luna

Moon is a modest science fiction film with major aspirations. The tale of a lonely spaceman might have made an excellent Twilight Zone episode, but Moon’s premise is even more suggestive of a song by director Duncan Jones’s father, David…
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Film, Bowie's kid makes his own space oddity in <i>Moon</i>

Bowie's kid makes his own space oddity in Moon

Moon, directed by British advert tyro Duncan Jones, is a modest science fiction film with major aspirations. Jones' debut is pleased to engage genre behemoths — 2001, Solaris, Blade Runner — as well as B movie classics like Invasion of…
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