Lifepod chronicles the trip of eight passengers after the ship on which they were traveling blew up on Christmas Eve 2168. Immediately people start dying. The passengers begin to ... See full summary »

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Lifepod chronicles the trip of eight passengers after the ship on which they were traveling blew up on Christmas Eve 2168. Immediately people start dying. The passengers begin to investigate why the ship blew up and how it relates to them. Written by Nicholas Barnard

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28 June 1993 (USA)  »

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2168 - Perigo no Espaço  »

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The film takes place from December 2168 to January 2169. See more »

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Claire St. John: My ex-husband didn't make any bones about being a publicity whore. He knew why he married me.
Director Banks: Did he know why you were marrying him?
Claire St. John: Sure. It was for the great sex.
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quite good and thrilling sci-fi story
11 August 2000 | by (Ramat Hasharon, Israel) – See all my reviews

The story is rather formula: take a bunch of different people and lock them up somewhere, put them in some sort of danger and see what happens (for instance: Night of the living dead, Das Boot, Pitch Black). Nothing new here. But the story unfolds rather nicely, with a neat twist towards the end. The acting is quite good and the atmosphere is tense, dense and thrilling. Major dissapointment are the special f/x, which look like the remains from a 50's cheap sci-fil flick. They add a touch of uncredibility to the all thing. Another letdown is the obligatory happy ending, which seems very out of place here. All in all this is a pretty good movie, which could (and should) have been much better - technically speaking.


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