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A spacecraft traveling to a distant colony planet and transporting thousands of people has a malfunction in its sleep chambers. As a result, two passengers are awakened 90 years early.
ActorsStarring: Jennifer Lawrence, Chris Pratt, Michael Sheen, Laurence Fishburne, Andy García, Aurora Perrineau, Julee Cerda, Kimberly Battista, Jamie Soricelli, Kristin Brock, Vince Foster, Kara Flowers, Kevin Tan, Robert Larriviere, Jeff Olsen, Ana Gray, Stephen M. LaBar Jr., Conor Brophy, Kelli Pardo, Inder Kumar, Emma Clarke, Lauren Farmer, Matt Corboy, Fred Melamed, Alpha Takahashi, Matthew Wolf, Jean-Michel Richaud, Jon Spaihts, Curtis Grecco, Joy Spears, Shelby Taylor Mullins, Tom Ferrari, Emerald Mayne, Quansae Rutledge, Desmond Reid, Chris Edgerly, Jesus Mendoza
Critic Reviews About Passengers
In its haste to tie up loose ends as efficiently as possible, “Passengers” becomes a banal, formulaic pastiche of dozens of other like-minded space operas.
What’s lackluster about “Passengers” isn’t just that the movie is short on surprise, but that it’s like a castaway love story set in the world’s largest, emptiest shopping mall in space.
Neither the rapport between Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt nor the impressive effects can quite redeem this shallow sci-fi.
Ironically, Passengers is at its most evocative when capturing a state of utter tedium.
Lawrence can still surprise you with the depth of her soulfulness and, in this case, rage. How can anyone jeer a movie with a performance like this?
The whole movie prompts a sense of wonderment: at how boring, dumb and vacant it is.
Wall Street Journal
If Passengers teaches us anything, it’s only as an afterthought. The film is an entertainment vehicle. And like the spaceship we see on screen, it does its job only halfway well.
Pratt and Lawrence are wonderful and share decent chemistry, and Sheen adds wit, but, there’s no mistaking the disturbing nature of this movie’s premise.
S. Jhoanna Robledo
Common Sense Media
The most original and intriguing element of “Passengers” turns out to be its most troubling, which is how a passenger named Aurora, played by Jennifer Lawrence, comes to figure in the story.
Titanic amongst the stars — this is a touching, heartfelt tale of loss and love for the Gravity generation.