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On Wikipedia it says this was inspired by astronaut Lisa Nowak, who drove halfway across the country wearing a diaper to attack her ex's current girlfriend at an airport.
damn i liked the name "Pale Blue Dot" way more than Lucy In The Sky but I am 100% seeing this
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Imagine they partnered up with Depends for advertsting/promo
Future movie review: "Urine for a real treat with this compelling drama!"
Releasing on October 4.
I guess they just said fuck it to the Ad Astra conflict
Infinitely more interested in Ad Astra than this.
I like everybody involved in this and still meh
Excited for both, but I'm more confident in Ad Astra as well. I'm just happy that we're still getting interesting sci-fi/space movies. They typically don't do well at the box office.
total opposite ad astra looks boring and like a bunch of other movies I've seen this looks like it could be different and fun and has an insane cast
I know we don't need to compare but I agree that this looks way better than Ad Astra
can't wait for this
the accent is a little rough but yeah im super on board
Looks good. Seems mostly straight forward, but I'm hoping there's a good amount of Hawley's more abstract input akin to that last shot in the trailer.
I like Hawley a lot. I’m more on the fence about Nat’s awful southern accent.
This is currently at 0% on rotten tomatoes.
It's almost as if writing, directing and overseeing two television shows and a feature length movie at the same time is a bad idea?
rotten tomatoes is meaningless
I mean, yeah...all reviews are meaningless. Like what you like. All for that.
No diapers, no deal for me!
I can't believe there's a literal chekhov's gun in this and also a scene where a shirtless Jon Hamm drinks scotch while watching a video of the Challenger explosion
Natalie Portman does well hair accent and lack of diapers non withstanding, I was thinking the whole time she reminded me of Reese Witherspoon and she was originally supposed to star
I have no idea why Nick Offerman is in a wheelchair in this or why Tig plays a fellow astronaut
Dan Stevens being a hapless dork was weird
The movie wasn't terrible but it also had nothing to say and space could have been substituted for any other life changing experience and wouldn't change anything
just wanted to say that I liked this a lot! I'm only comparing them because they are space movies that came out this year but out of High Life, Ad Astra, and this I found this movie to be the most engaging.