Passengers

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Well what can I say? A movie with Chris Pratt’s naked rear in it… couldn’t go wrong really could you?

This movie had something for everyone. A love story for all you die hard romantics, space scenes for anyone loving a bit of sc-fi and plenty of crashing scenes and explosions for the action fans.

The main complaint I had was that it became pretty predictable towards the end, I knew how Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence’s characters story would end before it did, but never the less it had me feeling all warm and fuzzy inside afterwards.

You also get to see some great Chris Pratt butt shots and there are several laugh out loud moments too. I should add that I don’t think I’ve ever seen a movie with Jennifer Lawrence in it that I haven’t liked, so she’s kept up that streak for me.

This film had me contemplating what I would have done, you know, if it was actually plausible for me to be aboard a space ship having woken up from a space sleep 90 years too early, faced with potentially a life time aboard a ship floating through space, with only a robot for company, heading for a new planet where 5,000 other people would get the life that you were supposed to have. I’d like to think that I’d have the story that these 2 characters do and the ‘courage’ that they have. It was very touching and I realised I was grinning like a Cheshire Cat at some moments in the cinema.

This film is a must see, whether it’s slightly predictable or not, I still enjoyed it.

7/10.

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