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Current Rating: 3.33

Current Rating: 3.33

based on 68 votes and 22 reviews

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  • 1 stars I hated it, but keep in mind I'm that person who closes her eyes at scary, gross scenes. If you liked alien, you'll probably like this. Not a fan of Ryan Reynolds - that cocky attitude he always seems to play is overdone. I thought the special effects were pretty good.
  • 4 stars A truly scary sci-fi/horror movie in the tradition of "Alien". Very suspenseful and gripping throughout. If you like this kind of movie, it is worth the time and money. If you are looking for a blood squirter or absurd special effects film, this is not your bag. The acting is quite good for a horror film. Nicely paced and directed.
  • 2 stars A forgettable movie. I felt sorry for the actors. The plot was far fetched. The special effects were not that special.
  • Ryan Reynolds does he play same character annoying routine as always
  • great movie, must see the movie of the year...
  • 2 stars I could believe in the premise, monster, sci-fi. But can't believe stupid, selfish, idiotic people would be on a space mission. That's horror: if the characters don't make dumb decisions there's no movie. Very, very well produced, but the characters are... something not good. Can't root for the heroes or the monster in this movie.
  • 5 stars Good Movie! Great Ending!!!
  • 5 stars Good Movie! Great Ending!!!
  • 4 stars My husband and I saw this movie and it kept us on the edge of our seats with a twist at the end leaving it open for part two...
  • 3 stars Waste of good actors-especially Jake.


Genre:  Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Thriller | Running Time:  104 min.
In theatres: March 24, 2017

Current rating: Rating: 3.33
based on 68 votes and 22 reviews
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Cast: Jake Gyllenhaal, Rebecca Ferguson, Ryan Reynolds, Hiroyuki Sanada, Ariyon Bakare, Olga Dihovichnaya