By Morten Tyldum

  • Genre: Drama
  • Release Date: 2016-12-21
  • Advisory Rating: PG-13
  • Runtime: 1h 56min
  • Director: Morten Tyldum
  • Production Company: Wanda Pictures
  • Production Country: United States of America
  • iTunes Price: USD 12.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 3.99
From 7,507 Ratings


Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt star in a high-stakes adventure about two passengers, Jim and Aurora, 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 begin to fall for each other only to discover that the ship itself is in grave danger. With the lives of 5000 sleeping passengers at stake, only Jim and Aurora can save them all.




  • Original and intriguing!

    By Chicoartist
    I was totally captivated by the story — you’ve left Earth with 5,000 fellow passengers on a 120-year journey bound for a whole new life on a far away colony world similar to Mother Earth. Everybody, including the crew, is in suspended hibernation. The massive ship, an advanced vessel and pride of the fleet, is basically on autopilot having made the trip thousands of times — between it and the presumably many other ships of the line. Something happens (no spoiler!) and Jim Preston (Pratt) is awakened early - WAY early. The journey to Homestead II has 90 freakin years to go, and Jim is completely alone save for a sympathetic android bartender. “What TF do I do now?!” Jim becomes desperate, lonely, and bored over time and makes a difficult decision on which the entire film hinges. THIS is where I and the righteously and politically indignant critics of this film part company. Yes, it reeks of stalking and selfishness, but far from being a simple exercise and endorsement of ‘misogyny’ the film instead explores our inner reaches and asks, “What would YOU do ... really, what the heck would you do?” Jim doesn’t make the big decision on a whim, and actually wrestled with himself for months(?) about his eventual action. I think this makes the film very interesting. The filmmakers have stated that this was their intent — for people to come out of the theater discussing how they would handle the various aspects of Jim’s situation. I can’t think of a better example of “you really don’t know until you’ve been there,” primarily because none of us will likely be in a similar circumstance. Visually stunning - kudos to the production team. I believe the production design Oscar wasn’t won for ‘political’ reasons — probably the only time politics has entered the Academy Awards ... 😂 But now - a few nits: first, the ending was totally phoned in and left me deflated. I wanted more resolution than to have almost everything left to my imagination (other than the fact that they obviously lived for a while). Second, the fluffy love story element was about 20% more important overall than it should have been. A bit more gritty feel and tightening of the story would have been much more compelling ... but maybe they thought the ‘love’ angle would serve to bring in the women folk?? Third, I think I enjoy this original concept almost as much for what it could have been as what we got. I criticize this film not from the ‘easy’ politically correct angle, but from the muted, almost rushed overall effort and not digging down and giving us a full balanced breakfast of a movie. Don’t get me wrong - a beautifully designed and shot movie with a script that didn’t rise up and knock our socks off as it easily could have. In the end, I think this would make a hell of a good long novel. Bottom line — get past the intellectually dishonest ‘fall in line like sheep’ harping critics and really explore this movie. Again ... what would you do?
  • A Fresh Take

    By Louka1992
    I like a movie that brings out the ?¿ in you and this one definitely does. Was it right? Was it wrong? Did the chain of events change your perception?
  • J!m & @ur0r@

    By Jolovesgum
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  • Was going to skip this movie

    By Molomosh
    Reviews were not good for this movie, BUT IT IS NOW ONE OF MY FAVORITES!!!! I love the story (reminiscent of a 50’s sci-fi novel title ‘the seed’ I think) and the effects and design are amazing. There are a few scenes were the acting is phenomenal. It may not be everybody’s cup of tea, but I would give it 10 stars if I could ★★★★★★★★★★!
  • Idk

    By killjoyfunjinx
    Idk I’ve never watched this movie, I just like Jennifer Lawrence
  • One hour romance, 40 minute reason to watch

    By Joewaylo Gaming
    Basically how I wrote the title. For the most part if you are interested in this movie, you would enjoy the romantic part of the film. For those that want to pass it, just skip one hour through. That’s where the excitement is. But you will miss the whole point of the movie where the ship is already falling apart.
  • Loved it

    By Burnurb
    The movie made me feel like I was actually in it! Wish there were a part 2
  • Amazing movie!

    By NitroBoy49
    Great movie, it was incredible. I would definitely watch this again!
  • It was great. Jennifer Lawrence ❤️❤️💕

    By ixworks
    I really liked this movie. My genre is sci-fi, action etc. I will buy this when it goes on sale. I've watched it 5 times already. We watched again, Xmas 2018. It still is an amazing film that will hold its value for a long time.
  • The best movie I’ve ever seen

    By M.S0956
    It was a Beautiful I love everything about it