Passengers

Passengers

Passengers

Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence must save themselves, their ship and its 5000 passengers stuck sleeping in suspended animation in this sci-fi drama.

Jim (Pratt) and Aurora (Lawrence) are two passengers sleeping in suspended animation aboard a ship bound for a new home. But when their craft malfunctions, they are awakened 90 years too early and must face living the rest of their lives on board. They begin to fall for each other, but when they learn that their ship is in serious danger, they must rush to save themselves and the other 5000 people sleeping on board.

2016Rating: M, Adult themes116 minsUSA
AdventureDramaScience FictionBlockbuster

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Variety

Variety

There’s only one place for Passengers to go, and once it gets there, Jon Spaihts’s script runs out of gas.

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Total Film

Total Film

As sci-fi, it feels like a professionally produced hybrid that lacks its own identity. As a romance, it never fully earns your investment.

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Time Out

Time Out

Is so anodyne, so frightened of the ethically troubling opportunities inherent in the setup that it just ends up feeling forgettable and silly.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

"Passengers" increasingly succumbs to timidity and begins shrinking into a bland science-fiction adventure whose feats of daring and skill feel stale and secondhand.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

Derivative but perfectly watchable and rather luxurious ...

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Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

Sweet but inconsequential at its best, overly contrived at most other times, "Passengers" takes too long to get to its too inevitable plot points to truly entertain.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Its heavy-handed mix of life-or-death exigencies and feel-good bromides finally feels like a case of more being less.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

Titanic amongst the stars — this is a touching, heartfelt tale of loss and love for the Gravity generation.

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