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James Felix McKenney
2025 - The Shuttle Program has been privatized and the shuttle Atlantis relegated to glorified taxi between space stations. Its crew is on a routine mission, conducting experiments - little do they know - they are the experiment.Written by
A sci-fi that looks into the future of the Space Shuttle Program
This film is story set in the next future when the Shuttle program has been privatized and the ships have become private cabs.
The movie was cleverly and beautifully shot. The acting of some consumed actors like Greg Travis and Michael Rooker was very solid, others' (Darla Grese and Tony Ware) weaker, but once considered as a whole, the performances of the less experienced actors did not bothered me that much.
After a slow start, the Director did an amazing job of ramping up the suspense and still be able to keep seasoned cinema goers like me constantly wondering what will happen next.
This was an entertaining sci-fi thriller and I did enjoy the pace and the direction the movie was given. The setting felt authentic enough as the story unfolded smoothly with no big narrative holes.
I usually see a movie twice a week in the movie theaters and everyday on Netflix, and this one worked for me.
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