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Godzilla vs. The Sea Monster
Letterboxed and subtitled!
One of the odd paradoxes of the human condition is that troubled times seem to produce the best art. In the early 70s, as we moved away from multiple assassinations and the collapse of flower power into the second scandal-ridden Nixon administration, two amazing things came forth in the movie landscape: blaxploitation and kung fu movies. If you shy away from my lumping these two genres in with "best art", you may be at the wrong website.
One of the adjectives applied to Duncan Jones' inaugural motion picture Moon is "surprising". Not only for its central storyline, but also because it is an increasingly rare creature these days: a genuine science-fiction movie. Not an action movie, a Western, or a horror movie that just happens to take place in space - this is science fiction, and as such, is a wondrous thing to behold.