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Pratt (left) and Lawrence in Passengers. Instead of boldly going where no man has gone before, the movie is about journeying to a place where lots of people have already been.

A space movie that raises interesting ethical issues

It has a provocative premise also, but Passengers ends up feeling bland and uninspired.
Dec 23, 2016 5:50 AM

MOVIES set in outer space have been de rigueur in recent years, and their narratives typically have something in common: human beings in distress. If it's not one thing, like being stranded in space (Gravity, 2013) or on a distant planet (The Martian, 2015), it's another, like having to locate a

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