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Passengers Overview

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.

Directed by: Morten Tyldum

Who Stars in Passengers

Jennifer Lawrence
Aurora Lane

Jennifer Lawrence

Chris Pratt
Jim Preston

Chris Pratt

Michael Sheen
Arthur

Michael Sheen

Laurence Fishburne
Gus Mancuso

Laurence Fishburne

Andy García
Captain Norris

Andy García

Aurora Perrineau
Celeste

Aurora Perrineau


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Review for Passengers

Author: John Chard

Crusoe and Girl Friday. Pretty much reviled by professional critics, Passengers has overcome that to hold affection with a good portion of the sci-fi loving public. More safe sci-fi footings than anything remotely ground breaking, it ends up a a tidy romantic piece that's laced with pertinent questions involving man and his/her reactions to extraordinary scenario's. Although the viewer is for the most part hankering for action to explode off the screen, it's only when - in the film's last quarter - you realise that it was actually working fine as a character study without the fireworks. Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence have bunches of charisma, in fact more than enough to carry the story through its more shaky elements. They in turn are aided by Michael Sheen who is perfectly cast as the Android (not Robot!) bartender Arthur. The effects work is impressive and director Morten Tyldum stitches the set pieces together admirably, the highlight being a rather superb gravity loss sequence. While the sound mix is also to be applauded. Newcomers should expect a Robinson Crusoe love story in space as opposed to a sci-fi actioner, though one with more cerebral strains than at first hinted, because then the pic delivers a good time and adds to what is turning out to be a rather great decade for sci-fi fans. 7/10


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Production

Wanda Pictures

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Columbia Pictures

Village Roadshow Pictures logo
Village Roadshow Pictures

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Original Film

Company Films

Start Motion Pictures

LStar Capital


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Status
Released

Release Date
2016-12-21

Original Language
English

Runtime
1 hr 56 mins

Budget
$ 110,000,000.00 (Estimated)

Revenue
$ 303,144,152.00 (USA)

Profit
$ 193,144,152.00 (Estimated in USA)

Homepage
http://www.passengersmovie.com/

Genres
Drama Romance Science Fiction

Keywords
android asteroid isolation shower automation hibernation swimming pool spaceship space outer space robot space station lying gravity trapped in space malfunction 3d


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