Passengers: 3 good reasons to see the new film by Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt
Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence are now playing Passengers and you are given 3 good reasons to go see it!
Ready for a complicated journey to an unknown planet? This is what living Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt in Passengers who after months of waiting finally the cinema. What better way to enjoy the holidays at the end of the year to see two of the biggest Hollywood stars gathered for an exceptional adventure? Because we know that a lot of choice at the cinema at the moment, we decided to share with you 3 reasons to go see the film Morten Tyldum . So we start or not?
The cast – Jennifer Lawrence has been proven as an actress, whether Franchise general public Hunger Games or X-Men or the slightly more independent films like Winter’s Bone or Silver Linings Playbook which earned him the Oscar of the best actress. Chris Pratt , meanwhile, has become one of the most popular Hollywood actors through the role of Star-Lord in Guardians of the Galaxy , but also through its participation in the movie Jurassic World . What better than seeing these two actors together? We can not see!
The plot – Passengers is a little baby Gravity (two lost people and in a critical situation in the middle of space) and Titanic (an unlikely encounter and a love story that has very little chance of Well finish). We do not want to tell you too much not to spoil the surprise, but honestly we are held in suspense from start to finish, between incidents, secrets and revelations, we hold our breath!
Special effects – When you go see a movie in space, we expect a lot of sets and special effects. We want to have a full view, but we like it to be realistic. We do not know about you, but we love enough to see what would our lives in a completely different context and Passengers offers us this possibility and yes, even in space, we are not all equal to the opportunities (and The food, that’s the most true!). Rendezvous in the dark rooms! Do you want to see Passengers at the movies?