Rating: 300 Degrees (Out of 360)
This movie was so much fun! I happened to see this one with the wife and we're both on board with Chris Pratt and his movie hot streak. Keep banging good ones out because most stars like this will burn out, or create a couple consecutive duds and be regulated back to TV acting or bit roles.
I digress. this movie really spells out how desperate and crazy isolation can make you. I really enjoy the elements of humor and hopelessness that get portrayed. I like how the main contention between Chris's Character and Jennifer's character comes full circle near the end of the movie.
The only point I'll make that really took me out of the movie a bit was that (unlike The Martian) everything that could go wrong went wrong. I mean, I don't mind some cinematic tension, but this had too many consecutive problems which inevitably leads to too many 'saves'. Regardless of this issue, I really like the direction they went for the ending (I'll add one question *spoiler* after the trailer below.
Bottom line, go see it. It was fun, the emotion seemed good and Jennifer Lawrence didn't seem to be 'phoning' it in like she kind of did in X-Men Apocalypse.
If they chose to live out their lives together on that ship: 1: medical tech should have keep them alive, if they were about 30 and the ship would fly another 90 years, that's only 120. For this future tech, they should have been old, but alive. 2: Why didn't they have children? They were young and in love, and then lived out their lives.
Hmm... anyway the ending was still sweet and beautiful, but still.