Daniel Corleone - wrote on 09/19/12
Much like Cast Away, Surrogates combined with Solaris and 2001: Space Odyssey. Sam Bell (Sam Rockwell) about to go home in a few weeks since his three-year contract is about to end at Lunar Industries' largely automated "Sarang" lunar base. He sees things and discovers the astronaut he saved just looks like him. The special effects is breathtaking while the setting/base impressive. Sam Rockwell) was just great in his role. Screenplay was fresh with some good lines: Sam Bell - "We're not programs Gerty, we're people." and Gerty - "I hope life on Earth is everything you remember it to be."The film however slows down in the middle and became interesting towards the conclusion. The image of the lady from the start was unexplained as well. Nevertheless, Moon is an entertaining psychological sci-fi about human emotions, machine having empathy, corporate manipulation and stinginess.