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Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt star in a high-stakes adventure about two passengers, Aurora and Jim, onboard a spaceship transporting them to a new life on another planet. The trip takes a deadly turn when their hibernation pods mysteriously wake them 90 years before they reach their destination. As they try to unravel the mystery behind the malfunction, they discover that the ship itself is in grave danger. With the lives of 5,000 sleeping passengers at stake, only Jim and Aurora can save them all.
- On The Set with Chris Pratt featurette
- Casting The Passengers featurette
- Creating The Avalon featurette
- Outtakes From The Set
- Book Your Passage: Looking for a new life? Learn more about the Homestead Company. See what awaits you.
- Deleted Scenes - Exclusive to Blu-ray
- Space On Screen: The Visual Effects of Passengers featurette - Exclusive to Blu-ray
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Oddly, some of the professional reviews of this film are very poor - e.g. Rotten Tomatoes 31% and Metacritic 41% - but I sincerely disagree with them. I suspect that the low scores may be to express disapproval at the ethical issues that arise in the film. I will not mark the film down for that because it is just a film – indeed, an element of the story is how the characters react to the ethical issues.
The film makes you think - it is relatively cerebral. While it contains action and suspense, that only comes to light in the second half. But I didn’t find the first half slow or dull – quite the opposite. I found the first half fascinating.
Indeed, the film carries a message - a maxim. I won't tell you what it is - you will find out as it is mentioned at the end of the film. All I will say is that I found it an uplifting film due to that maxim – I particularly recommend seeing it if you are feeling a bit down.
You find the following out in the first fifteen minutes so I am not giving anything important away: Chris Pratt is one of over 5000 passengers on a spaceship, heading to start a new life on a distant planet called the "Homestead Colony". The journey takes 120 years so the passengers and crew are kept in suspended animation, in hibernation pods. Chris Pratt wakes up alone when his hibernation pod malfunctions – only 30 years into the 120 year voyage. He'll die before he reaches his destination.
The start is amusing - we have all been there but on a much smaller scale when making a phone call only to be taken through an irritating automated menu.Read more ›
The two interwoven themes of the film for me are that a) Chris Pratt is a bit naughty waking someone up just for company and b) the slowly degenerating software on the ship is very reminiscent of everyday experiences - even current tablets, TVs and laptops. A frustration transported from every day life into this interstellar work of fiction.
When Chris Pratt and the Jennifer Lawrence first hit it off the situation becomes excruciating. Some of us are less than perfect and have little things that we don't want our partners to find out about. Doing what Pratt did is a bit of a biggy and is emotionally agonizing. As a man you know damn well he is going to be found out and it is going to be bad. Really bad. The earlier scenes where he deals with the solitude and gets on with his lonely life remind me slightly of Silent Running.
One of the few implausible aspects is Fishburne's character being ill. Surely it costs a lot to put people into hibernation for the odd 120 years so they would have a bit of a medical exam before justifying their place on the crew. Unless it is the hibernation that makes him ill.
Michael Sheen is mesmerizing as the android barman and takes me straight back to the scenes in "The Shining". His polished style, and reassuring smile and mannerisms capture it perfectly.Read more ›
all on-board are in a state of hibernation in pods due to be awoken when the ship approaches it's destination.
However as the ship negotiates a asteroid-belt a large fragment collides with the ship, though the ship has a self
repair mechanism the impact triggers one pod to awaken it's passenger 'Jim Preston' (Chris Pratt) he'll soon learn
that the ship is still 90 years from it's destination and that he is the only person on-board awake.
The only conversation he has available is a bar-tender 'android' 'Arthur' (Michael Sheen) who only has polite conversation
and machines that do not give him the answers he wants to hear, as time goes by he even contemplates suicide realising
that he could face his entire future on his own.
However he notices 'Aurora Lane' (Jennifer Lawrence) in one of the pods who he finds attractive, after watching her video
diaries he seeks a way to awaken her so he'd have company, he'd been on his own just over a year.
After a while their relationship blossoms until around a year on the bartender lets slip that 'Jim' had awoken her, a selfish
act which denies her a future....she all but cuts 'Jim' off.
However a while later several systems on the ship begin to malfunction which Chief-Deck-Officer 'Gus Mancuso' (Laurence
Fishburne) who immediately sets about trying to resolve the issues, however his health is failing him, 'Jim' and 'Aurora'
must put aside their differences and try to correct the malfunctions before all is lost.
A Sci-Fi tale that tells of two people awoken from hibernation who become faced with the task of ensuring the star-ship
completes it's journey.
The film does take a while to get going in truth but gets interesting as the plot develops.
A film, certainly worthy of viewing
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Relaxing, heartfelt loving film.. I enjoy both Jennifer and Chris in the film as the chemistry is great. Read morePublished 9 hours ago by J A N Taylor
I thought this film would be boring, but no it wasn't. Unlike some modern attempts, the characters built up sensibly and the story developed, making you held for the whole film. Read morePublished 11 hours ago by David John
Nice colours and little to exercise the mind apart from far better alternatives you'll be shouting at the screen before the end.Published 12 hours ago by micthevic
I did not intend to like this film - thought it would be thin and frivolous. But soon the premise unfolded and became a very compelling life choice with ethical implications. Read morePublished 18 hours ago by Madame X
Thoroughly enjoyed this. It's actual science fiction, and takes an impressive storytelling risk which sustains interest and can cause some conflict among viewers once... Read morePublished 20 hours ago by wale awelenje