A group of astronauts living in the haunting emptiness of deep space awake to find earth has suffered an extinction level event.
Mankind's last hope
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Did You Know?
The film is set in the year 2189, not 3022 as is commonly mistaken. See more
The plot hole in this film is so massive it prevents any entertainment from escaping. The expository premise is that in the late 22nd Century, there is only one space colony in the entire solar system, and it's on the Jovian moon of Europa. Predicting the future is tricky, but if you're going to cancel the likelihood that humans will live in colonies on the Moon, Mars and maybe in Venusian orbit by then, you need to justify it. Just making up a severely limited expansion into space so that you can tell a simpler story is lazy writing. Even worse, there's absolutely NO NEED for a refueling station between Earth and Jupiter. It would take about the same amount of fuel to stop midway as it would to just keep coasting and stop at Jupiter. If you stopped anywhere, you'd have to use fuel to accelerate back to trans-orbital speed. Totally stupid. In fact, it would most likely take LESS fuel to stop at Jupiter because there are multiple moons and a large planet available for gravity braking. Finally, the logistics of keeping a refueling station in an optimal flight path between Earth and Jupiter (which orbit at very different rates) is mindlessly ridiculous. See more
Eventually it come down to only the last man left alive... what will you do when you're the only one left... John?