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Without wanting to spoil it, my favourite character is the barman exquisitely played by Michael Sheen, who at first seems may lessen the loneliness but speaks volumes about the complexity of human nature that machines are likely never to match.
Jennifer Lawrence has recently distanced herself from this film, seemingly bowing to pressure from the critics which I think is to her detriment, as all three main characters put in a fantastic performance.
The only weak point is Lawrence Fishbourne's brief appearance with ropey acting and cheesy lines. This part of the film seems very much like a rush job, with no time to develop the character (or fishboune's performance).
The last 3rd of the storyline in general does seem rushed, which is a shame, but then I guess they have to fit it into the 'blockbuster' timeslot.
The usual movie nerds all shout about the holes in the plot, seemingly forgetting that the genre contains the word 'fiction' and the fact that interstellar space travel is in my opinion the biggest 'hole' in any sci-fi plot of you want to take that stance.
If you accept the story is about two people and human nature and just happens to be set aboard a spaceship, you'll be pleasantly surprised.
I have to say I was pleasantly surprised and I'm unsure how it received such poor reviews - don't get me wrong, it's not movie of the year, but it was a story that kept me fully entertained and wondering what would happen next. It also includes some stellar acting (as you would expect from Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt) and the visual effects are very impressive.
The premise: Man wakes up on spaceship and finds himself alone. To his shock he finds that he still has a long time to go before the journey ends and so he's faced with some very tough decisions.
The story was well and very sympathetically told as we follow Jim (Chris Pratt) through the ship as he tries to find out why he's the only one awake, his only companion a robot bartender. I thought the acting was very well done and you can't help thinking what you would do in his shoes. Enjoyable right to the end.
Was somewhat "bemused" at the reaction to this film by some parts of the Internet, not sure if they grasp the concept of "fiction" or "entertainment" as they somehow seemed critical of Chris Pratts role. Someone needs to remind them that these are "films" and the actors are, well acting!
Really great story - not original, but the best modern example of it for the cinema, and fantastically shot. Enjoyable movie.