Duncan Jones's Moon: A fantastic directorial debut from the son of David Bowie, believe it or not. Excellently strong performance from Sam Rockwell. 5/5 stars Rated R for language, sensuality, and violence.
Henry Bean's Noise: An enjoyable flick about using subversion to accomplish your goals, no matter how unusual it is, like disabling car alarms because they're an annoyance. Could've done without the frontal scenes. 3.5/5 stars Rated NR for language and nudity.
Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction: A well-done, but bloody and strongly worded flick about gangsters and the effect they have on modern society. 4/5 stars Rated R for heavy language, violence, and sensuality.
Nora Ephron's Julie and Julia: An enjoyable flick about cooking and the effect of cooking on marriages. Fantastic performance from Meryl Streep, but a mediocre, yet still enjoyable performance from Amy Adams. 4/5 stars Rated PG-13 for language.
Kathryn Bigelow's The Hurt Locker: A very strong and powerful flick about the stresses of being an member of the bomb squad in Iraq. The only detracter ... the shaky cam. 4.5/5 stars Rated R for language and violence.