The spacecraft with 5,000 passengers on board, immersed in artificial sleep during the flight, is heading for the planet, which will become their new home. Everything is going according to plan, but due to a system failure, two passengers suddenly wake up and realize that the journey is 90 years old, and they are destined to spend the rest of their lives together in the luxurious interiors of a ship equipped with the latest technology. Gradually, Jim and Aurora begin to be drawn to each other irresistibly, but the ship gets into trouble, and now in their hands is the life and fate of all the inhabitants of the ship.
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The movie passengers made me say after watching, albeit not loud, but Wow! Films somehow related to space are not in my taste, but in this case they went. Space does not draw attention to itself, which is important. He complements the overall picture with his views.
In the foreground are two people, Jim and Aurora. Two “lucky ones” who, by the will of fate, found each other. They lived in different worlds, but now they have to adapt. Gradually recognizing more and more of her only interlocutor, Aurora falls in love with him. In love, time flies by, but not in outer space. And not when both of you know you will die before you reach your destination.
The cast made me happy. Jennifer Lawrence easily gets used to dramatic roles that require a lot of emotions. Plus to this and prettier Chris Pratt, who loves the space theme. There is tension and chemistry between them. Survive at all costs and save everyone, good plan.
There is enough advanced technology in the film, the world of the future, but is there safety behind convenience? A controversial issue.
The views of space are mesmerizing, each character is revealed as the plot develops. Each has its own backstory that is told. You yourself build an opinion about each character, you yourself evaluate one or another of their actions. You manage to impose their position on yourself and think. What would I do in this situation?
Interesting, sometimes heavy film. Demanding to be seen and heard. After watching the trailer, I expected to see something different, but the picture did not disappoint. Everything was played as it should.
Codec: HEVC / H.265
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
Aspect ratio: 2.39:1
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1
English: DTS-HD Master Audio (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: Dolby Atmos
French: Dolby Digital
Italian: Dolby Digital
Portuguese: Dolby Digital
Spanish: Dolby Digital
Thai: Dolby Digital
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