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Current Rating: 3.56

Current Rating: 3.56

based on 98 votes and 36 reviews

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  • 5 stars Great movie, action packed and great story line.
  • 4 stars Really fun movie. Great special FX and good story telling. If you're a Sci-Fi fan of any kind you'll enjoy.
  • 3 stars The story was all over the place. Nothing was very clear! :(
  • 5 stars Loved this movie the action started right away..
  • 5 stars Loved it! The story is deep and keeps you thinking even after the movie is over. Visually, a beautiful movie!
  • 1 stars Horrible movie, part of your life you can't get back!
  • 5 stars Great movie with stunning CGI and fighting scenes
  • 1 stars I couldn't even finish it. Bad acting and unlikeable characters. It's a poor man's star wars. Listening to the villain was painful and Channing Tatum's mumbling made a bad movie worse.
  • 1 stars Wonderful costumes, superb pace & great special effects. However, we thought that the plot was chaotic, mind boggling, disappointing drivel.
  • Waited almost two years to see this film ................ and it was f**king awesome, absolutely awesome. When the brothers work from their own material, wow, do they ever do an awesome job with this film. Set far in the future, really far as in like thousands of years. And it takes off from there in mind-blowing fashion. My better half (the skeptical one) she loved and said, "It was visually dazzling, awesome and that she was really happy she trusted my film acumen (she said it)". If you love film, go see this film in 3D and be taken away for two hours, pulse a little bit. ;-)

Jupiter Ascending

Genre:  Action | Running Time:  127 min.
Release date:  February 6, 2015 | On DVD/VOD:  June 2, 2015

Current rating: Rating: 3.56
based on 98 votes and 36 reviews
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Cast: Channing Tatum, Mila Kunis, Sean Bean, Eddie Redmayne, Douglas Booth, Tuppence Middleton, Doona Bae, James D'Arcy, Tim Pigott-Smith