Loved the soundtrack.
I like movies that focus on conversations and sharing ideas. This was one of these movies. I thought the movie would bring a similar experience that Waking Life had on me and although it did have some interesting conversations I wasn't really as captivated watching it as I was watching Waking Life.
I really like the new 'pro science' trend that seems to be picking up in traction. I find it very enjoyable.
As for the film. A lot of people mention that that 'loneliness' factor of being stranded on a celestial body 54 million kilometres from Earth was underplayed. I would agree on that but nevertheless it was just a fun and enjoyable movie to watch.
For me the main thing I took away from this is just how much knowledge and expertise a person needs to have to be able to tackle whatever problems that might come his or her way. I find it truly inspiring.
"Sam, get some sleep. You're very tired."
Being an avid lover of Science Fiction I have had Moon on my watchlist for far too long. Starting from a stunning poster and an interesting premise it was hard to resist not watching it.
It is an engaging journey like any other great film. Minimalistic and true to its genre this movie got a lot of things right. One of these things is perhaps one of my favourite characters in recent time,…
I have heard of devastating effects of cattle and agriculture prior to watching it but this documentary puts it all in perspective. Having watched Earthlings before, this documentary resembles it as it in a sense produces a similar pushing effect to change and rethink your lifestyle.
I have especially enjoyed the ending of this documentary where it touches on the idea of selfishness, mindlessness and desensitisation to the food we eat. Forgetting that eating or doing certain actions…