All signs point to Tom Cruise‘s newest science-fiction action flick, Oblivion, a collaboration with Tron: Legacy director Joseph Kosinski based on the latter’s unpublished graphic novel, making a significant splash at the box office this weekend. It’s a gorgeous-looking blend of several dystopian greatest hits, such as The Matrix, Total Recall and The Island. Yet Oblivion also echoes a few smaller movies. So for those seeking either a cinematic aperitif to Oblivion or a comfy home video capper to a sci-fi double-header, check out 2009’s Moon, the directorial debut of Duncan Jones, who earlier this year was announced as the director of the film adaptation of the Warcraft videogame series, taking over for Sam Raimi. I write more words about the similarities (and differences) between the two films as part of a new regular feature over at Yahoo Movies, so click here for the read.