Once Upon a Time In Space – On “Passengers” by Morten Tyldum

Sometimes as soulless as watching a color paint dry on the wall on a big Imax screen, this space romance lacks a very basic ingredient of a successful blockbuster: Life.  J-Law and Pratt`s sexy chemistry is not as gripping as Gravity`s couple, even you may never feel any sense of urge or danger in Passengers climaxes: Maybe they should have got married first and then she finds out about her hibernation manipulation. maybe it needed a better plot. But one thing is for sure: you can add this one as yet another part of Nazanin Boniadi`s ill-fated charm alongside Ben-Hur.

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