O que se diz lá fora sobre MOON, de Duncan Jones:
«MOON is a superior example of that threatened genre, hard science-fiction, which is often about the interface between humans and alien intelligence of one kind of or other, including digital.»
Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times.
«The film's ideas are interesting, but don't feel entirely worked out, and Mr. Rockwell's intriguingly strange performance (or performances) is left suspended, without the context that would give Sam's plight its full emotional and philosophical impact.»
A.O. Scott, New York Times.
«Director Duncan Jones (son of David Bowie), working from a script by Nathan Parker, pulls off sci-fi miracles on a $5 million shoestring. MOON is a potent provocation that relies on ideas instead of computer tricks to stir up excitement.»
Peter Travers, Rolling Stone.
«MOON is the first feature to be directed by Duncan Jones, who is David Bowie's son, and he brings it a grimy industrial look, as well as witty touches like giving Gerty a smiley-face screen that changes expression in tandem with Spacey's voice.»
Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly.
«As the two Sams struggle to find their humanity, the film struggles to find entertainment within the esoteric. While they're trying to figure it out, we're left stranded on the dark side of the moon.»
Betsy Sharkey, Los Angeles Times.