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Read some of the other reviews with low score for an in depth explanation of why this movie sucks big time. As many of the others who loath this movie I also only signed up to say: Boooo! Sure, the movie starts well enough, but soon goes down hill as the crew wakes up and starts to vomit.
If I had written this script I wouldn't have shown it to any one, I would have burned it. That Ridley Scott decided to direct it only confirms that truth often is stranger than fiction. I hope he got well paid for staining his reputation for ever. As the movie - it just makes no sense.
As Spock of StarTrek would summarize it up: "Illogical."
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