A spacecraft traveling to a distant colony planet and transporting thousands of people has a malfunction in its sleep chambers. As a result, two passengers are awakened 90 years early.
User Reviews: A science-fiction movie that has dazzling scenery but also goes into some disturbing territory. Two people (Jennifer Lawrence, Chris Pratt) are stranded on a malfunctioning starship over which they have little control. At first they can divert themselves with all the material wealth at their disposal. But when one commits a crime against the other, there is no society and no judicial system that can handle the offense. How can they work it out the ethics of punishment, penance, and rehabilitation between them?rnrnThe movie is marred by some scenes that look impressive but aren’t scientifically accurate, particularly where gravity is concerned. Probably added by studio suits who wanted to wow the audience but didn’t understand or care about the underlying science. But that’s par for the course for most science fiction movies.