Pandorum Movie Reviews
User reviews on Pandorum
It looks like a pile of crap I'll never pay to see. But of course, knowing my life, I'll be bored one night, and it will seem like the best idea I've ever had...
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This film is for a niche audience - the kind that would enjoy seeing people have to hide in a lake of pre-digested human body parts and who enjoy watching spider-people eating human bodies. I was literally nauseated through most of the movie, and I walked out at the 3/4 mark.
Outside the Century Stadium 14 theaters there was a homeless guy sleeping under his grocery push-cart. My money would have been better spent giving the money to him than watching Pandorum.
I'm not saying I'm going to ever watch this movine, I think it is going to be too scary for me. But I did meet Travis Malloy the writer of this movie on Sunday night in Vail with his parents and sister's family and his children. He is from my home town of Brainerd. His parents had my family over for dinner.
Typical space drama concerning the future of planet earth and the alternatives we have to face. The acting was top shelf with special effects very believable. The suspense was timely and the plot twisted with annoying unexplainable flashbacks.
Over all I liked the movie and found it entertaining. I recommend this movie to all sci-fie enthusiast.
I thought this was a pretty good movie. It was a little far fetched but that's why it is called science fiction. The movie kind of lost me during the last fight scene but over all was able to hold my interest (and that can't be said about too many films).
First off im a big sci fi fan and honestly this movie wasn't terreble but it was way to long. the cretures look like 1 part the LOTR orcs and 1 part the cretures in the decent. Honestly save your mney and get it on video.
I was mad as hell at this movie!
Two astronauts awaken after many years of travel and next, out of the blue, comes these monsters..then they disappear. Oh, and these monsters carry flashlights to see. They come across a woman ninja, who manages to restore light to protect the cargo (in the midst of a ship full of monsters with flashlights, and in a period of a few months). Then they come across another ninja dude who speaks no english but also manages to survive among the monsters.
Oh, it was dumb, it wasn't scary, and the parts where it's suppose to be tense wasn't b/c it was too obvious the producer wanted you to be tense there (like the part in the end when he just can't make it to the reactor, falls in with the monsters, and dons some outfit to blend in and hide his smell).
See it if you wish, but, I won't be seeing this again!