Moon

The new synopsis for Source Code is essentially the entire set up for the main character, so don’t read it if you consider that sort of thing a spoiler. Suffice it to say that this movie has great sci-fi potential both from the pedigree of the wacky Brit who gave us Moon and from the plot description below. It seems to expand on playing with time and reality in ways that were only hinted at in Moon. In short, it sounds great. The beefy synopsis from the American Film Market:

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My interview with the Iron Man 2 star that has nothing to do whatsoever with Cowboys and Aliens.

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For those around here (almost all of us) who have been rooting for Duncan Jones’ Moon, today is a day for a bit of celebration. Jones led off today’s ceremony for the British Academy of Film and Television Awards (BAFTA) with a win for Outstanding Debut with his first film, the excellent cerebral piece of sci-fi that it was. Reports say that Jones was very emotional in accepting his award, completing a run that began last year at the Sundance Film Festival.

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Gabriele Muccino might sign on to direct Passengers, another flick to put on your sci-fi romance to-watch list.

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Hopefully 2009 prepared you for brilliant science fiction. Back in 1936, it’s Christmas in Everytown, and there’s talk of war coming to their doorsteps.

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All hell appears to be breaking loose. Think about all of the critically acclaimed films of the year, then think about the ones that the internet (and more specifically Twitter) has been talking about all year. Those are all out on Blu-ray this week!

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Rob Hunter loves movies. He also loves defusing bombs. These two joys come together in the form of cash money payments that he receives every week and immediately uses to buy more DVDs. This week features three MUST BUYS including The Hurt Locker, In the Loop, and Moon! (But Big Fan can suck it…)

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Often “Best of” lists include a bunch of the Oscar bait roles that we hear about at the end of every year but in 2009 we had some great performances in big movies which sadly isn’t always the case. With this list I tried to balance the two opposing worlds of critical credibility and popularity by considering which roles stuck out in my mind most. This is what I came up with…

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Haven’t heard much talk about Moon this awards season? Mad that it’s not showing up on the lists of your favorite critics? Blame Sony Pictures Classics.

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Perhaps one of the greatest honors, yet most difficult tasks of my year is the creation of my annual top ten list. As this site’s editor in chief (or whatever title suits me this week), I get to kick-off our Year in Review every year with my picks for best of the year.

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Rob Hunter loves movies. He also loves his job as a CPA who occasionally finds a little mystery thrown his way. These two joys come together in the form of cash money payments that he receives every week and immediately uses to buy more DVDs. This week includes Star Trek, Vampire Party, Taintlight, and more!

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A few weeks back, director Duncan Jones revealed some of the DVD and Blu-ray release details for the import release of his highly acclaimed film Moon via his twitter account. We now have some official word as well.

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We managed to sit down with Jemaine Clement to talk Gentlemen Broncos, playing a pompous asshole, and the future of Rock Band: Flight of the Conchords Edition.

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Since Peter Berg might possibly, maybe, could not be directing Dune, we’ve decided to throw a few hats into the ring. Who do you think could helm one of the hardest science fiction adaptations of all time?

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This week on a very special episode of Reject Radio, we spend 5 minutes talking about movie news and another 4 hours talking about Jaws. You’re welcome.

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Duncan Jones’s starkly elegant sci-fi character piece Moon has taken three awards at Spain’s Sitges Film Festival. But wait, there’s more…

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He made one of the best sci-fi movies of 2009, and quite possibly the past few years, and now Duncan Jones is saying that he’s running into brick walls as he chases down financing for his next project.

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Our friends over at Quiet Earth (via FirstShowing) have stumbled upon something pretty rad today, a series of unused posters for Moon, one of the most talked about sci-fi films of the summer.

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The wait is finally over. The anticipation all year long, the bittersweet uncertainty, the constant flaming of people that don’t like Twilight and Transformers 2 on the Internet, and having to actually sit through Spike TV programming have once again come to fanboy fruition.

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This week on a very special episode of Reject Radio, we explore the dark innards of District 9 and try not to get our hands dirty.

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