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5th Passenger (2018)

TV-14 | | Sci-Fi, Thriller | 30 May 2018 (USA)
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Five crew members are forced into an escape pod built for four after their starship is destroyed. Just as rescue seems imminent, an alien creature boards their craft and attacks them.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Morgan Lariah ... Eve Miller
Manu Intiraymi ... Thompson
Doug Jones ... Langdon
Marina Sirtis ... Alana
Tim Russ ... Franklin
Armin Shimerman ... Myers
David Lim ... Li
Herman Wilkins ... Kanelo
Hana Hatae ... Nurse Yagi
Ryan T. Husk ... Roger Blain
Keo Woolford ... Captain Odate
Rico E. Anderson ... Captain Arnold Reguine
Brian Keith Gamble ... Tafari
Darnell Davis Darnell Davis ... Dr. Buhari
Ego Nwodim ... Dr. Stephan
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The year: 2151. In the aftermath of an oppressive class war, Miller, a pregnant officer aboard an escape pod must struggle to survive with her remaining crew when a mysterious and vicious life form attacks, determined to become the dominant species. Written by Epic Pictures

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Marina Sirtis, Tim Russ, and Armin Shimerman have all starred in major recurring roles in Star Trek shows. Sirtis as Deanna Troi in TNG, Shimerman as Quark in DS9, and Russ as Tuvok in Voyager. While Hana Hatae appeared in 11 episodes of DS9 and one TNG episode as Molly O'Brien. See more »

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10 July 2018 | by KamuchiSee all my reviews

If I could give it a -10, I'd complain I couldn't give it a -11.

Unbelievable bad script and acting (as in none). Homeworld 1 had better graphics, heck, I'm pretty sure Half Life 1 will hold up to this. It may have the tag "sci-fi", but I'm voting for IMDB to add a "sci-cry" tag, though Half Life 3 may be released sooner then that happening...

Edit; Atleast the keyboard warriors are telling the truth, the movie really sucks.


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