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SPOILER Episode 13: Moon (2009)

Written by on 6th June 2016

SPOILER Episode 13: Moon (2009)

 
 
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“You look like a radioactive tampon”

This week we’re watching Duncan Jones’ 2009 British sci-fi drama Moon starring Sam Rockwell.

Paul’s thanks his drink-ravaged brain for the opportunity to enjoy this film’s twists all over again, while Rachael enjoys the “juicy” soundtrack of this little masterpiece.  Meanwhile, Negative Nancy Andy nearly falls out with Paul over his tiny niggles about this “too blinkin’ good” movie.

Later, inspired by Sam Rockwell’s long career as a supporting actor before landing the lead in Moon, Andy looks at some other successful second fiddles.

This week’s scale: Venus, Mars or Uranus?