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Passengers
6.7/10 by 3679 users
Original Title: Passengers
Also Know As: Pasagjerët, Pasajeros, Пасажери, Passageiros, Passagers, Pasajeros, Pasažéři, Reisijad, Passengers, Putnici, Utazók, Ha'nos'im, Pakeleiviai, Pasajeros, Passengers, Pasażerowie, Passageiros, Pasagerii, Putnici, Пассажиры, Potniki, Pasažieri, Пробудження
Release: 2016-12-21
Runtime: 116 min.
Genre: Adventure, Drama, Romance, Science Fiction
Country: United States of America
Subtitle: English, French, Spanish, Swedish, Danish, Suomi, Irish, Mandarin Chinese, Arabic, Portuguese, Russian, German, Dutch, Afrikaans, Hindustani, Bengali, Swahili, Persian, Turkish, Italian, Japanese, Filipino, Tiếng Việt, Melayu, Indonesia
Stars: Jennifer Lawrence, Chris Pratt, Michael Sheen, Laurence Fishburne, Andy García, Aurora Perrineau
Plot: 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.
Aurora Lane

Characters : Aurora Lane

Actor : Jennifer Lawrence

Jim Preston

Characters : Jim Preston

Actor : Chris Pratt

Arthur

Characters : Arthur

Actor : Michael Sheen

Gus Mancuso

Characters : Gus Mancuso

Actor : Laurence Fishburne

Captain Norris

Characters : Captain Norris

Actor : Andy García

Celeste

Characters : Celeste

Actor : Aurora Perrineau

Instructor (Hologram)

Characters : Instructor (Hologram)

Actor : Julee Cerda

Aurora's Friend

Characters : Aurora's Friend

Actor : Kristin Brock

Executive Officer

Characters : Executive Officer

Actor : Vince Foster

Communications Officer

Characters : Communications Officer

Actor : Kara Flowers

Crew Member

Characters : Crew Member

Actor : Conor Brophy

The Starship Avalon (voice)

Characters : The Starship Avalon (voice)

Actor : Emma Clarke

Video Game (voice)

Characters : Video Game (voice)

Actor : Matt Corboy

Observatory (voice)

Characters : Observatory (voice)

Actor : Fred Melamed

Sushi Robot Waitress

Characters : Sushi Robot Waitress

Actor : Alpha Takahashi

French Restaurant Robot Waiter

Characters : French Restaurant Robot Waiter

Actor : Matthew Wolf

French Restaurant Robot Waiter

Characters : French Restaurant Robot Waiter

Actor : Jean-Michel Richaud

Autodoc (voice)

Characters : Autodoc (voice)

Actor : Jon Spaihts

Dancer

Characters : Dancer

Actor : Curtis Grecco

Dancer

Characters : Dancer

Actor : Joy Spears

Party Friend

Characters : Party Friend

Actor : Lauren Farmer

Party Friend

Characters : Party Friend

Actor : Tom Ferrari

Party Friend

Characters : Party Friend

Actor : Emerald Mayne

Party Friend

Characters : Party Friend

Actor : Quansae Rutledge

Party Friend

Characters : Party Friend

Actor : Desmond Reid

InfoMat / Deejay (voice)

Characters : InfoMat / Deejay (voice)

Actor : Chris Edgerly

Hector, the Robot Waiter

Characters : Hector, the Robot Waiter

Actor : Jesus Mendoza

Jr Officer Fitzgerald (uncredited)

Characters : Jr Officer Fitzgerald (uncredited)

Actor : Kimberly Battista

Coffee Girl (uncredited)

Characters : Coffee Girl (uncredited)

Actor : Ana Gray

Banker in Pod (uncredited)

Characters : Banker in Pod (uncredited)

Actor : Inder Kumar

Space Cruise Passenger (uncredited)

Characters : Space Cruise Passenger (uncredited)

Actor : Jamie Soricelli

Passenger (uncredited)

Characters : Passenger (uncredited)

Actor : Ivana Vitomir

Passenger (uncredited)

Characters : Passenger (uncredited)

Actor : Shelby Taylor Mullins

Passenger (uncredited)

Characters : Passenger (uncredited)

Actor : Jeff Olsen

Passenger (uncredited)

Characters : Passenger (uncredited)

Actor : Kevin Tan

Passenger (uncredited)

Characters : Passenger (uncredited)

Actor : Stephen M. LaBar Jr.

Passenger (uncredited)

Characters : Passenger (uncredited)

Actor : Kelli Pardo

TV Host (uncredited)

Characters : TV Host (uncredited)

Actor : Robert Larriviere

Wake-up Hologram (uncredited)

Characters : Wake-up Hologram (uncredited)

Actor : Nazanin Boniadi

The Attendant (uncredited)

Characters : The Attendant (uncredited)

Actor : Marie Burke

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CharlesTheBold

A Review by CharlesTheBold

by CharlesTheBold

"A science-fiction movie that has dazzling scenery but also goes into some disturbing territory. Two people (Jennifer Lawrence, Chris Pratt) are stranded on a malfunctioning starship over which they have little control. At first they can divert themselves with all the material wealth at their disposal. But when one commits a crime against the other, there is no society and no judicial system that can handle the offense. How can they work it out the ethics of punishment, penance, and rehabilitation between them? The movie is marred by some scenes that look impressive but aren't scientifically accurate, particularly where gravity is concerned. Probably added by studio suits who wanted to wow the audience but didn't understand or care about the underlying science. But that's par for the course for most science fiction movies."

Reno

A Review by Reno

by Reno

"**A space-travel tale!** I was going to watch it, but not expecting it to be a masterpiece. It was not, yet surprised to be a lot better film when it comes to todays film overcrowded with space themes. The entire story takes place on a spaceship. It's a space journey tale, when the mankind with 5,000 on-board heading for a new home planet, but one of them unexpectedly wakes up from his hibernation pod. It's supposed to wake him and everybody a few months before their destination, so now he's up nearly a century early, and what he plans to do is what the adventures covered in the rest of the film. There's no connection to the 2008 film of the same name. Initially I thought it was like a live-action version of 'Wall-E'. Not entirely, only a few scenes and the main two characters remind Wall-E and Eva. It is also a limited cast film and I loved the simple screenplay, but strong enough to be one of the best in its kind. The actors were very good. The visuals were beautiful, a perfect film for the late night to watch alone peacefully. From the Norwegian director of 'Headhunters' fame. This is not his Hollywood debut, but previously he had got an Oscar nomination for the film 'The Imitation Game'. The concept was like 'The Blue Lagoon' or kind of the space version of the Eden Garden tale. I had predicted a few scenes, those were too simple to do that. The real big thing came in the later part, especially when all the focus shifts to more than the initial narration. Scientifically, not everything believable, but cinematically, anything can be possible. So with a such concept, the film headed to the conclusion where a twist came into play. Entertainment is guaranteed. One of the year's best that should not be missed. Recommended! 8/10"

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