Back Again: The 19 Best Movies That You Didn't See in 2009
by Alex Billington
January 21, 2010
← Back to the first page. Here's the second half of the best movies from 2009 that we suggest watching:
Mary and Max
Opened on September 25, 2009
Directed by Adam Elliot
A tale of friendship between two unlikely pen pals: Mary, a lonely, eight-year-old girl living in the suburbs of Melbourne, and Max, a forty-four-year old, severely obese man living in New York.
Why it's on here: While there were many great stop-motion movies last year, this is easily the most underrated and under-appreciated one, probably because it was never released theatrically. Mary and Max was the opening film of Sundance last year and I fell for it immediately. It's a charming story of two pen pals, one a young girl in Australia, and one an old man in New York, but neither of them have any friends. The character design and style is unique and the comedy in it is hilarious. And if I didn't tell you Philip Seymour Hoffman voices one of the characters, you would've never guessed. If you're a fan of animation or stop-motion, you need to find Mary and Max and see it as soon as you can!
Opened on November 13, 2009
Directed by Oren Moverman
An American soldier struggles with an ethical dilemma when he becomes involved with a widow of a fallen officer.
Why it's on here: The Messenger is a tough film. Centered around a US Army Staff Sergeant, played by Ben Foster, who's assigned to the Army's Casualty Notification service, it's a harrowing story about the survivors left at home during war time. When Ben Foster's character becomes involved with a woman to whom he delivered the news of her husband's death, both sides of grief and loss are explored. Foster's and Woody Harrelson's performances are revelatory. It's tone is bleak, though, and its story becomes repetitively dismal as the movie progresses. But it can not be denied that the film is able to accomplish a realistic, illuminating exploration of grief and just what it means to survive the ones you love. (Written by Brandon Lee Tenney)
Opened on July 3, 2009
Directed by Duncan Jones
Astronaut Sam Bell has a personal encounter toward the end of his three-year stint on the Moon, where he sends back to Earth parcels of a resource that has helped diminish our planet's power problems.
Why it's on here: By now, everyone has probably heard of Moon, but how many have seen it? If you haven't seen it yet, make it a priority to watch it, especially if you love sci-fi. What Duncan Jones was able to achieve on a budget of $5 million is astonishing. And Sam Rockwell knocks it out of the park with his performance(s) as well (he deserves an Oscar nomination, too). And let's not forget Clint Mansell's wonderful score. There are some low budget sci-fi movies that just fall apart, but this is not one of those, and not only does it bring up great questions about morals and ethics, but it's just a beautiful film as well.
Opened on August 28, 2009
Directed by Dan Eckman
A group of former Encyclopedia Brown-style child-detectives struggle to solve an adult murder mystery in their small town.
Why it's on here: Mystery Team is the first movie by YouTube's Derrick Comedy team and it's hilarious. Donald Glover, D.C. Pierson, and Dominic Dierkes lead the way in this outrageous and smartly written comedy about a ragtag team of wannabe detectives who just never grew up. It's a true shoestring-budget indie, but you'll be impressed with the camera work as well as the writing and directing. It's not for everyone, but if you've loved any of Derrick Comedy's videos or Donald Glover's appearances on NBC's "Community", you'll enjoy Mystery Team as well. And beyond that, these guys need all the support they can get, as they're the true definition of indie filmmakers.
Pirate Radio (aka The Boat That Rocked)
Opened on November 13, 2009
Directed by Richard Curtis
A period ensemble comedy about an illegal radio station in the North Sea in the 1960's.
Why it's on here: Despite opening in theaters across the nation, Universal dropped the ball on the marketing campaign for Pirate Radio (better known as The Boat That Rocked in the UK), and therefore the people who should've seen this, never did. What I love about Richard Curtis is his ability to balance an enormous ensemble cast, and in this movie we're talking about more than 10 different disc jockeys all stuck on one boat. And if the impressive cast (Philip Seymour Hoffman, Bill Nighy, Nick Frost, Rhys Ifans, Kenneth Branagh) isn't enough to convince you, the soundtrack is one of the best I've ever heard. It's a bit too long, but I had such a great time watching this movie, I couldn't help including it on here.
Opened on November 25, 2009
Directed by John Hillcoat
A post-apocalyptic tale of a man and his son trying to survive by any means possible while walking down the Eastern seaboard.
Why it's on here: I'm guessing this is another film that a lot of people have heard about, but I don't know that many who actually went to see it. It's a "beautifully bleak" adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's harrowing novel about a father and his son trying to survive in a desolate, ash-covered post-apocalyptic wasteland. It's incredibly moving, extremely well made, and features more than a few impressive performances (from Viggo Mortensen and Kodi Smit-McPhee as well as other actors who show up later in the movie). It's one of the best adaptations of 2009 and a movie I'm sure Brandon will be happy that I included it (he absolutely loved it).
Opened on July 31, 2009
Directed by Park Chan-wook
A failed medical experiment turns a Korean priest into a vampire.
Why it's on here: Although I prefer Bong Joon-ho's Mother over Thirst, that film isn't out until this year. I first saw Thirst at Cannes last summer and it was later released theatrically in July. It's not better than his Vengeance Trilogy, but seeing Park Chan-wook take on the vampire genre in a way you've never seen before is certainly enough of a reason to include it on here. It's got a great performance by Korean actor Song Kang-ho (who starred in The Host) as well as Korean actress Kim Ok-bin. And yes, in typical Park Chan-wook fashion, it gets crazier than you could've ever imagined in the third act. But don't watch this if you can't handle blood.
A Town Called Panic
Opened on December 16, 2009
Directed by Stéphane Aubier & Vincent Patar
Cowboy and Indian's plan to surprise Horse with a homemade birthday gift backfires when they destroy his house instead. Surreal adventures take over as the trio travel to the center of the earth, trek across frozen tundra and discover a parallel underwater universe where pointy-headed (and dishonest!) creatures live.
Why it's on here: If anyone is looking for the most off-the-wall, unique, and entertaining movie to watch from this list, this is it. A Town Called Panic, known as Panique au Village, is a Belgian stop-motion animation comedy using figurines (watch the trailer). You may think it's for kids at first, but I can assure that it's definitely not for kids, and even if it is, I was laughing more watching this than I was any other kids movie released by Hollywood in 2009. As wacky as Bad Lieutenant is, I think this movie is even wackier. If mushrooms are your thing, you wouldn't even have to take them and you'd still trip while watching this. It's so ridiculously fun and everyone else I know that has seen has loved it, too.
Women in Trouble
Opened on November 13, 2009
Directed by Sebastian Gutierrez
A serpentine day in the life of ten seemingly disparate women: a porn star, a flight attendant, a psychiatrist, a masseuse, a bartender, a pair of call girls, etc. All of them with one crucial thing in common: trouble.
Why it's on here: It's rare to see a movie so honest, that it would include several lovely ladies (the likes of Emmanuelle Chriqui and Adrianne Palicki) running around in their underwear. In all seriousness, Women in Trouble is an honest look at the experiences of several women. Their situations are heightened, laden with comedy, and rife with sex. And it all works in the movie's favor. We always talk about wanting comedy with depth above gag, charm above quirk. This is that movie. It also has hot women in their underwear. (Written by Neil Miller of FSR)
World's Greatest Dad
Opened on August 21, 2009
Directed by Bobcat Goldthwait
A comedy about a man who learns that the things you want most may not be the things that make you happy, and that being lonely is not necessarily the same as being alone.
Why it's on here: This is officially the 11th Sundance movie I have on here, but it deserves this final spot. World's Greatest Dad is one of the darkest comedies you'll ever see, but it's still damn good, and that's why it's on here. It's rare that films like this with absurd concepts even get made and it's worth seeing just to appreciate that someone out there funded this. It may not hold up as well on repeat viewings, but if you've never seen it, you're in for a treat watching it for your first time. Best of all, it's probably Robin Williams best performance in the last 10 years.
I hope I've been able to introduce everyone to a few more great must-see movies that they've never seen. Not everyone will love all of them, that's certainly expected, but I guarantee there is something unique to discover in every last one of these. Support an indie filmmaker today, watch one of these 19, it will make a difference! Let us know what you think of it after, too!
Special guest commentary on In the Loop and Women in Trouble provided graciously by our very good friend Neil Miller of Film School Rejects - thanks as always for helping us put this together my friend! Additional commentary on Anvil, The Messenger, and The Cove written by our own Brandon Lee Tenney.
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Reader Feedback - 75 Comments
You missed 'Brothers at War' and 'Not Evil Just Wrong.' Both bear the significance of 'The Cove.' Good call on 'Thirst', though.
Vegeta on Jan 21, 2010
damn! I've only seen Moon on this list! I'm seriously slipping!
dave13 on Jan 21, 2010
I was happy to see 'The Road' on this list. I finally got to see it since it didn't open anywhere near me at initially, but I read the book first and the film was pulled straight out of my imagination. Bleak, despondent and incredibly realistic as post-apocolyptics go.
OhPlease on Jan 21, 2010
HA! I've seen The Road, The Boat That Rocked (The original version) and Worlds Greatest Dad. I can watch all of these right now as well, on the internet.
Xerxex on Jan 21, 2010
I did pretty good this year with Firstshowing's list.... SEEN -An Education -Bad Lieutenant -The Brothers Bloom -The Cove -In the Loop -The Killing Room -Mary and Max -The Messenger -Moon -The Road -Thirst -World's Greatest Dad UNSEEN -Anvil: The Story of Anvil -The Children -Lymelife -Mystery Team -Pirate Radio -A Town Called Panic -Women In Trouble
Andrew DiDonato on Jan 21, 2010
I have seen 17 out of these 19. SO TAKE IT!!
Dance_Godzilla on Jan 21, 2010
I've only seen "The Brothers Bloom" on this list!!! Let's watch the rest... I follow this list for 2 years and she always has great references, keep so! Thanks Alex!!
Tiago Cabral on Jan 21, 2010
This is now my wish list. Minus Mystery Team.
Angry Chief on Jan 21, 2010
A Town Called Panic, Mary and Max, Moon, and Brothers Bloom are all films I've been dying to see.
Al on Jan 21, 2010
Netflix que - longer. Thanx Alex!
bozo on Jan 21, 2010
I saw Moon, definitely my favourite movie of 2009. The Road is due to release here on March 18th, 2010, so we'll just have to wait. But also, it has a lot of potentional and I think it will be a awesome movie!
Robbie on Jan 21, 2010
What about "Me Love You Long Time #14"?
r on Jan 21, 2010
Which should I watch, The Boat that Rocked or Pirate Radio? I believe they're the exact same film, but if someone could enlighten me as to if there is a difference i'd appreciate it.
peloquin on Jan 21, 2010
You missed Assassination of a High School President. That movie was great
Sancle on Jan 21, 2010
Only seen three on this list, I'll have to devote some time to finding and watching these. Technically AHSP was from 2008, anyways it only got a dvd release which was a shame.
John I.G. on Jan 21, 2010
I'd like to add Spike Lee's filmed performance of "Passing Strange" to this list.
James on Jan 21, 2010
The killing room WAS way underrated.
Cody on Jan 21, 2010
Actually make that 4, and 5 of them were on my to see list but somehow disappeared from it.
John I.G. on Jan 21, 2010
Of the list, I want to see Moon, An education, Thirst and The Road. I just saw The brothers bloom and although it has some sparks of greatness, i left the theater with an overall feeling of dissapointment (being the fan I am of "Brick" is just only natural). And about mystery team, well, we know you're a BIG fan, but... don't know...
leinergroove on Jan 21, 2010
Alex -- why is it that EVERY time you talk about a horror movie, you feel obligated to preface it with, "I'm not the biggest fan of horror"?
Kevin on Jan 21, 2010
Somehow I missed The Road in theaters despite it being one of my most anticipated films of the year. Alas, I must wait patiently for the DVD to be released. The following are the others from the above list that I've managed to see already. The Brothers Bloom Moon (actually played in theater here!) In the Loop World's Greatest Dad I don't see myself seeing The Children unless I see much more support for it other than on this list.
malars on Jan 21, 2010
Malars check the internet, it works perfectly...lets face some of these films have to be watched on the internet.
Xerxex on Jan 21, 2010
I've only seen Pirate Radio, and I loathed it. I will be so glad the when the era of self-celebratory Baby Boomerism in cinema is over. That said, I'm eager to see all the rest of these. Off to update the Netflix queue...
SKE on Jan 21, 2010
The Women in Trouble and In the Loop captions are really well-written. They make me want to go see those movies, right now.
Neil on Jan 21, 2010
Moon was probably the most underrated movie I've ever seen in my life. Whoever was in charge of promoting this movie dropped the bomb and should shoot themselves for being an such an idiot! Last year had a lot of great sci-fi movies, but Moon was the best one I saw. Heck, it was one of the best movies I saw last year. Sci-fi ain't all about big budget special effects. A lot of film makers forget that special effects are a tool for telling a story. They shouldn't be used as substitutes for the story. This movie proves that if you've got a really great story, you don't need big explosions, big space battles, and ugly monsters to keep someone interested.
Brad on Jan 21, 2010
should be: The 19 Best Movies That Your parents may not have seen in 2009. go away
loci on Jan 21, 2010
SKE you probably saw the dumbed down version, see the original!
Xerxex on Jan 21, 2010
Mary and max is by the same guy who did Harvey Krumpet which is another great stop motion film out of sundance, i really want to see mary and max now
Zade on Jan 21, 2010
Good list. I loved The Road, In the Loop, Thirst, The Brothers Bloom, An Education and Anvil! The Story of Anvil out of your list. I wasn't too high on Lymelife. Pretty excruciating if you ask me. I can't believe I haven't see Moon yet. I need to get on that!
Joshua on Jan 21, 2010
I have seen most of those films. An Education, The Road , Moon, The Children were all good in their own ways. Looking Forward to Thirst. Too bad The House of the Devil didn't make the list. Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call: New Orleans MOVIE REVIEW: http://film-book.com/film-review-bad-lieutenant-port-call-orleans/ The Killing Room MOVIE REVIEW: http://film-book.com/film-review-killing-room/
ProMovieBlogger on Jan 22, 2010
Hello Big Fan, Goodbye Solo you sir dropped the ball.
Me on Jan 22, 2010
I thought this was a very interesting list; then I saw you put down "The Killing Room" quite possibly one of the worst movies I had ever seen. Terrible.
David on Jan 22, 2010
I really don't get the big fuzz about Moon. The movie's backstory & script didn't make ANY sense.
Faskil on Jan 22, 2010
one word: GAMER
gamus on Jan 22, 2010
Can someone please chime into why everyone always talks about World's Greatest Dad. I enjoyed the movie, but didn't think very highly of it. The way the movie was made reminded me of the way a bunch of emo kids act, as in this movie is dark and a comedic and if you don't like it you just don't understand us. I stress I did enjoy it but its not a good movie.
Tom on Jan 22, 2010
I fucking hate this list you do every year. It is SO goddam condescending. I saw almost all of these movies. You aren't some magical insider with secret knowledge of all the good, independent films that are released every year.
Ox on Jan 22, 2010
Alex, You should make it the the top 20 movies you haven't seen and add Adam. I barely heard of that movie and it was surprisingly really good.
Hale18 on Jan 22, 2010
Thanks Alex, I always look forward to your list. There are several films i need to see now.
john from long island on Jan 22, 2010
Nice to see a list of films with a few titles I haven't seen, or heard of. So I'll seek them out. The movie "Trucker" should also be on this list. Nice little film was some great performances. On your list, however, I don't recommend "The Children" was on the worst and unscariest movies I've ever seen. Not a single moment of tension for me. Just laughable acting and writing. "The Killing Room" is good, but very boring. And I absoutely hated the first half of "Lymelife" but thought the last half was great. So I'd recommend that with caution.
Film Fan on Jan 22, 2010
I SAW BOTH MOON AND THE ROAD AND I HAVE TO SAY WERE MY BEST MOVIE OF 09 AND BOTH SAM ROCKWEL AND VIGGO WERE MY 09 ACTORS. Avatar AND James Cameron are overratted 0f 09 George Clooney is my overratted actor of 09. I HATE HOLLYWOOD SAM ROCKWELL OR VIGGO FOR THE OSCAR OR NOMINATION
sarahn on Jan 22, 2010
i don't know if i can sit through Anvil. Been staring at the movie poster on the netflix and just can't push play for the life of me. i've seen lymelife and world's greatest dad and i do believe these were the past years sleeper hits, but you also forgot It's Complicated. That was an awesome movie. Going to put the other movies in my que and check'em out. Thank you!
Sylvia Hubbard on Jan 22, 2010
Except for a town call panick and women in trouble i've seen em all. Nice list though. I would've included 'goodbye solo'.
dex on Jan 22, 2010
Titles that could have been added to the list: American Violet (this had like a one week engagement at my local AMC theater. To tell you how unappreciated the film was, the movie was preceded by a trailer for Driven with Sylvester Stallone. Yeah, a movie that came out in 2001.) Bright Star Tyson Goodbye Solo Not Quite Hollywood That Evening Sun The Damned United The Rock-afire Explosion Red Cliff
Travis on Jan 23, 2010
Oh yeah and Julia you lose again.
Me on Jan 24, 2010
please ignore this guys list lol The few Best Movies That You Didn't See in 2009 (or 1984) according to PinkSushi Tetro/Francis Ford Coppola Adam/Max Mayer Thirst/Korean Paris, Texas/Wim Wenders/watch this ! Sugar/Anna Boden,Ryan Fleck The Road/ dvdscr all over the place. 95 % of films mentioned by Alex is available through free dwnl. u can either drive to the nearest cinema( doubt any of those gonna be running) pay the bucks or stay next to ur home cinema enjoy while scratching ur balls
PinkSushi on Jan 24, 2010
Until now I've seen seven of these movies mentioned, among those have been for example Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans, Moon and World's Greatest Dad. They are all interesting and entertaining movies in their own way, and yep they certainly deserve a bigger attention. Going to see The Road soon, as well as Goodbye Solo and Big Fan.
cine_phil on Jan 24, 2010
Paris Texas i think everybody saw that in the 80's
Me on Jan 24, 2010
I've been waiting this list for a month! Thanks, Alex!
Febryo on Jan 26, 2010
48 Comments and no one talks about the Anvil movie. ... So what else is new?
Shockeye on Jan 27, 2010
Man props to you Alex for putting 'Moon' on here. I have been waiting with great anticipation for this years list, as last (2008) had such unknown (to me) greats like Son of Rambow, the Wackness, City of Ember, Taken, Young People Fucking were all such amazing films, and if it wasnt for your list I would have never remembered to have seen Son of Rambow (which I knew of from their heavy myspace plugging, and the Wackness which I skipped at the Newport Film Festival) But Duncan Hunter, twitter: @MANMADEMOON, is the kind of spur of the moment, jugular director that I would love to work with, who seems to have such a passion and marrow of life in his work and Sam Rockwell, well, just shame, shame to all the cosmos, for the Academy snubbing him. Yeah we all want our faves to get nominated, but its a TRAVESTY he didn't get a nod or at least Mansell for the score; which was stunning, perfectly fitting and grossly hypnotic. Thank you so much for putting it amongst the others here in your fine list. Personally I think a film such as this blows the garbage Soderberg did with Lem's Solaris right out of the ballpark. Great about The Road too, so sad the marketing & stop/go release of this one, it was just gutted at the box office eh? I mean what a shame it was in theater's for such a short time, I had to travel 2 hours to see it after it was a week into being released.....very sad. Viggo is amazing and the Cormac's book is so stunning it was always one of my favorites. Sadly it is a film that deserved much more attention than it received and again man, you have this stuff down packed with this list, I cannot tell you enough how impressed I am... I also heavily agree w/ no. 25 about the marketing and PR for Moon, horrendous, they should never work in the industry again...seems so many good films the past five years have been wrecked with havoc by idiots that work for the studios/ All that hard work by the actors and writers, and crew, only to have it all be null and void because of the swill that DONT do the correct job at promoting them. That is just not right in any way. Loved Brick, so anxious to see Brother Gloom and loved Joseph Gordon Levitt in Brick. Surprised you didn't have '500 days of Summer' listed. I thought it was a bit refreshing for a chick flick, and JGL is just stunning in everything. An Education I only heard about around SAG time, and The Children, which I am stoked now to see because of you mentioning it, sounds like a giant sleeper of a beauty like The Orphanage and The Host was, so thanks for that. On another note, I thought 'In The Loop' was bloody boring. Then again I saw it at its premier with a bunch of stiff, NYFilm Academy Tote Carrying Neanderthals, so those uppity Hampton type silver spoon in rear end type Film Fest groupies, so I may have to give it a go again..... no. 36 you hate boils over to your ignorance, need an enema? Of all the sites on the net riddled with those elitist college film pukes, this one is by far, arguably the absolute best one out there, as for me, each year I find a gem....like last years City of Ember (save bill Murray's horrid character) Thanks again Alex!! ken
ken on Feb 3, 2010
Great list. I saw the title and thought "Mystery Team had better be on there" and it was! Our podcast had Dominic Dierkes on to talk about the making of Mystery Team among other things including the founding of Derek Comedy and hijinks at NYU. Check it out on Mostly Comedy on the Shut Up and Listen network. http://shutupandlistenpodcast.com/podcasts/mc-04/
Mostly Comedy on Feb 3, 2010
One word: "INK" 😉
lolo on Feb 9, 2010
Woah, love the list. Just saw Mary and Max as per your recommendation and I really think you could've given a little bit more in the description. As in: it is one of the saddest movies I have ever seen, while being both hopeful and hilarious. But seriously do you know how depressed my woman is for the valentines day weekend? I cried like a baby myself. Beautiful movie? Absolutely. Mostly hilarious? Not at all. Certainly finds its way to my top ten list of all time, however.
chris on Feb 13, 2010
This is great, I've been waiting for this list thanks, I've already watch all your 2008/2007 just brilliant flims. Again thanks for proving this. Paul
Paul Sutton on Apr 13, 2010
So glad you included The Road in this list. It is an affront (and a bewilderment) the way this heartbreakingly beautiful movie was marketed/distributed -- or, should I say, the way it wasn't. I actually saw it twice (once in an unheated theater in Concord, NH in January!); and that only after mounting a full-out online search to find someplace within the Northeast that was screening the film. I had to drive thirty or so miles both times to reach the respective theaters. I plan on buying the DVD as soon as it surfaces and am talking up this film to whomever I can. It left me rattled, haunted, speechless (literally). Has become one of my favorite films ever. Viggo and MacPhee? Brilliant in their roles. And yes, I did read the masterpiece by Cormac McCarthy, absolutely loved it -- and this film was a worthy cinematic adaptation. To all who missed The Road, buy/rent the DVD. Watch this film.
Steve P on May 5, 2010
I'm sorry, but I have to disagree with your pick of "The Children". It was well shot, to be sure, but I thought it was something of a yawn-fest. Regarding "Pirate Radio", I completely agree with you. Yeah, it was a little bit long, but just about everything else about it clicked.
Matt on May 7, 2010
I am a little disappointed that "Pandemic" didn't make the list. It was a fabulous indie dealing with governmental experiments in small American town. The timing of the release was even better . . . right in the middle of the swine flu pandemic. Really worth watching.
Brandi on May 14, 2010
The only film on this list that i have seen would be The Messenger, and I can't say i enjoyed it.
tom on Jun 5, 2010
The Messenger was a great film.
Me on Jun 5, 2010
Next year, and I hope you do this next year, put them in the order you think we should watch them; as opposed to in alphabetical.
Chad on Aug 27, 2010
I thought "the children" was really good too, i was almost not going to watch it because it look low budget and cheesy at first but it was to my surprise really great .
Nick Barber on Nov 6, 2010
Hey FirstShowing.... will you be doing a list this year? Thanks
KYUSS123 on Jan 7, 2011
Looking forward to this list for 2010
Declan Higgins on Jan 16, 2011
Thirst is fantastic, and Pirate Radio is in my top ten of favorite movies. I just wish I new a few people who've seen them! They definitely belong on this list.
SiriusOutlook on Jan 23, 2011
i think four lions should be noted in 2011 list, and maybe exit through the gift shop for 2010
AmongGiants on Jan 24, 2011
When is the new list for 2010 coming out? It's been over a month now..
Brad on Feb 5, 2011
any sign of the new list?????
bored guy on Feb 12, 2011
The Moon was boring & shit what the hell you talking about? & for Mary and max -1/10 oh come on "the Departed" is a real good movie high Q scenario 10/10.
erry on Feb 17, 2011
is he alive?
bored guy on Feb 24, 2011
hipster heaven here.... there are reasons these films are not widely watched and it's nothing to do with blockbusters or the latest craptastic hollywood sequel/fanboy film
Jj Mm on Mar 10, 2011
Seen them all, BITCH
TCANSON on Apr 6, 2011
Moon was great. The Road sucked. Will try to see Children & Anvil.
Ben Samuels on May 16, 2011
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