Dennis Quaid and 3:10 TO YUMA's Ben Foster star in this sci-fi thriller from Christian Alvart (ANTIBODIES). When two men emerge from a deep sleep in the middle of space, they discover that they have no memories of who they are and where they're going. But their memory loss pales in comparison to the problem of the murderous warriors on board their ship who don't want to leave anyone alive. Paul W.S. Anderson (RESIDENT EVIL) produces.
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This movie reminded me of the game "Dead Space". It is dark, thrilling, and dreary. The acting was good, the characters were interesting. There is a plot twist I was not expecting at all. I would only buy it if it was 12$ or less though as you will only be able to enjoy it a couple times. The video is good, the blacks are black the colors are colorful. The audio is INCREDIBLE. One of the scariest parts of a horror movie is the audio, and this track is awesome. The voices are clear, the surrounds are active, and the subwoofer gets a decent workout. This movie creates an insanely immersed experience that pulls you in from the first scene.
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In 2174, the natural resources of Earth are exhausted and the spacecraft Elysium is launched to the planet Tanis in the last hope of mankind. Due to the long travel, the crew-members are divided in teams that travel in extended hyper-sleep, rotating in shifts along the trip. When Corporal Bower (Ben Foster) from Flight Team 5 wakes up due to a malfunctioning of his chamber, he is disoriented and with amnesia. But sooner he realizes that the reactor is not working and provoking power surges in the ship. Then Lieutenant Payton (Dennis Quaid) also awakes and they find that they are locked in a room but the access door to the bridge is not reactivated. Bower moves through the ventilation trunk trying to open the door from outside. Sooner he discovers that there is some weird threatening life form in the ship and running is always the best option to survive. When he meets the biologist Nadia (Antje Traue) and the strong farmer Manh (Cung Le), they team up trying to reach the reactor and save their lives. Meanwhile, Payton rescues Corporal Gallo in the room, but the menace of the paranoid Pandorum psychological trauma seems to be affecting Gallo. "Pandorum" is a surprisingly great sci-fi with potential to become a classic in the future. The claustrophobic and complex story recalls "The Descent" in at least two scenes, but it is original and very well developed. The final twist is a great surprise and the advantage of the DVD is the facility the viewer has to repeat the explanation to fully understand the plot. The only imbecile scene is when Nadja holds Manh in the moment that he is going to kill a creature telling that the it is a child. My vote is four
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