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The Space Between Us is a movie starring Gary Oldman, Asa Butterfield, and Carla Gugino. The first human born on Mars travels to Earth for the first time, experiencing the wonders of the planet through fresh eyes. He embarks on an...

Genres
Romance, Drama, Sci-Fi
Director
Peter Chelsom
Starring
Asa Butterfield, Gary Oldman, Carla Gugino, Britt Robertson

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Product details

Genres Romance, Drama, Sci-Fi
Director Peter Chelsom
Writer Richard Barton Lewis, Allan Loeb, Allan Loeb, Stewart Schill
Stars Asa Butterfield, Gary Oldman, Carla Gugino, Britt Robertson
Country USA
Also Known As Vesolje med nama, Między nami kosmos, O Espaço Que Nos Une, 愛上火星男孩, Un Monde entre nous, Bu Dünyanın Dışında, De Marte a Amarte, O Espaço Entre Nós, Khoảng Cách Giữa Chúng Ta, Svemir između nas, Lo spazio che ci unisce, Un monde entre nous, Ha'makom bei'nei'nou, Visums starp mums, Out of This World, Közöttünk az űr, L'espace qui nous sépare, Το διάστημα ανάμεσά μας, L'Espace qui nous sépare, キミとボクの距離, Kosmos meie vahel, Vesmír medzi nami, Vesmír mezi námi, Den Sternen so nah, Tukstanciai myliu iki taves, Un espacio entre nosotros, Svemir Izmedju Nas, El espacio entre nosotros
Runtime 2 h
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description When a female astronaut who was sent on a mission to establish a colony on Mars, discovers she's pregnant after leaving the Earth and went in to labor when they arrived on Mars and died giving birth. Her son who would be named Gardner would grow up on Mars and they fear that being born on Mars; his physiology would be different and not withstand being on Earth, so they don't allow him to leave Mars. Gardner would be well educated and be a genius. He would want to know about his mother, the planet she's from and who his father is. He would get her personal effects in storage and finds a picture of her with a man whom he thinks is his father. He also would chat with a girl named Tulsa who's a foster child who's frustrated with just being a source of income for her foster parents. He would tells her some lame story of being sick and not being able to go to her in person. Kendra, his guardian, asks for permission to let Gardener go to Earth but Nathanniel Shepherd, the man who built the Mars colony and who was with Gardner's mother when she died and thinks it's dangerous for him. But he's overruled and Gardner comes to Earth and likes what he sees. When they do some tests on him, he senses they're going to send him back to Mars but he wants to see Tulsa and find his father. So he bolts. When they learn he's gone, Shepherd is desperate to find him but why is he worried about him or is he trying to keep his existence a secret. He finds Tulsa and she's not pleased to see him at first because he stopped talking to her for months--when he was coming to Earth. When Shepherd and Kendra find him, they run and try to find his father. And his heath gets worse.

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Sunday, 14 Jun 2020 17:02

I saw the first half of this film at a screening held at the UCLA Art School last month, and it was a powerful, powerful experience. It is a very human film, a story of self and the emotional power of storytelling. My favorite scene, and the one I will go out on a limb to describe, is the shot of a young, drug-addicted Chinese boy trying to hold a lemonade stand in the middle of the street. This scene is the same one used in the opening credits, as the camera pans from the boy to the girl. We then follow a series of different scenes, each one taking us from a different character's perspective. Then, the film ends with the same boy sitting in a car, listening to the wind in the trees, as he contemplates his own problems, and begins to see himself in the boy. I was hooked by the final shot of this scene, and I knew that I had not just seen something amazing, but had also seen something very moving. It was very powerful. I was reminded of what I'd seen of young Chinese men when I was in school in the late 1980s, and the extraordinary difference between their outlook and ours. It was easy for me to compare myself to these guys, to find myself in the same situation, and I was just as bothered by my loneliness, my problems, and by my need to connect with others. I just loved how this film shows that the challenges and pain of life are very real, even for a child. We all need love and acceptance. I'd be happy to see it again sometime. It's the kind of film that you can watch over and over, and it's much more powerful for each viewing. The scene where one character takes in a lot of stray dogs, and they are used to help the boy's depression is very moving. I've never been around animals so often in my life, and I never realized what a big impact they had on me until seeing this film. The kid's movie company is doing a lot of other "human" films, including a documentary about the poor, the homeless, and what makes people tick, and I look forward to seeing those as well. Hopefully they'll all have a significant influence on me.
Monday, 01 Jun 2020 03:12

A married man is forced to watch his wife die in front of him. As she dies he begins to unravel his identity and the secrets he kept so secret. It is the story of a man's struggle to come to terms with the loss of his wife and the struggle of his family to cope with the grief. This is a film that is a difficult one to watch. It is very well shot and acted but you may find yourself asking why you are not sleeping a few times. I believe that the scene where the husband discovers he is pregnant is the most memorable and that is a good thing as it is one of the more emotional moments. However there are a number of issues that plague this film. The first is the pace. The film is over two hours long and at that length it just feels too slow. There is not a lot of background story and you find yourself waiting for something to happen. The actors are good but this film is not great in the acting department. This is not a fault in the acting, it is just that the main character and the character he creates are too wooden. He is too hard to like. I understand why some people find him annoying but I find him hard to like. The second issue I have with this film is the plot. It is almost entirely a thriller and there are a few action sequences. However this is where the film loses its strength. The novel was written over a period of about a year and the action is much more contained. It would have been easier to keep the action to a minimum and concentrate more on the human drama of the character. I am not sure if it is just the script that needs changing but it certainly needs the producers to give the director some input. Lastly the problem with this film is that there is a huge disconnect between what the main character does and what he is feeling. This is because the main character is so hard to like. The problem is that the writer is trying to force the character into a sympathetic role but the actor is not being asked to develop the character. I believe that the writer may have wanted the character to develop more but the director is not letting the actor do this. Overall the film does show a good performance from the main character but if it was going to have a better script this film would have been a lot better. I don't recommend this film.
Thursday, 21 May 2020 16:01

The original 2001: A Space Odyssey is a good film that has always been held up as a classic. It's a wonder that even with that film's flaws it's still so highly regarded and is still so well regarded. One has to imagine that a movie like this is never going to be held up very high, but then there's the question of how do you remake a film that so many people have seen. Take 2001: A Space Odyssey and you have 2001: A Space Murder Episode 1: The Vengeance of Spock, which you could not do well enough. Take the original Space Odyssey and you have 2001: A Space Odyssey. Again, not a bad way to go. 2001: A Space Murder Episode 1 is a terrible, terrible film. But I think it's not quite a terrible movie, I think it's quite enjoyable. I think there are a few good things about this movie. For one thing, it has very good production values. I'm always fascinated by how much that Spielberg did or was able to get out of the original film. But this movie does have some decent effects. And for the most part, the acting is pretty good. Richard Crenna is as usual very good as Spock. Boris Karloff is great, as always. He's not great, but he is very good. Marina Sirtis as Uhura is not good, but she is good. Cate Blanchett is decent as Kate Mulgrew. William Shatner is good, as always. And the movie as a whole is a little better than the original, but the ending is not nearly as good as the original. I'm just trying to put this review in some sort of order, because I have this image in my head of a group of people gathered around a table and it's telling me something. This movie has a great message, and a great message is just not good enough to make this film a great movie. This is a very bad movie, but I thought I should say something about it. The original Space Odyssey was not a great movie, but it was a good movie. I'm not sure why I have a bad image of the original. It was entertaining and had some nice messages. I have a good image of this movie. It's very bad, but it's entertaining.
Tuesday, 05 May 2020 11:18

The main characters (Adele, Norman and Jack) have been estranged for the better part of the first hour, but this is clearly a point of contention between the four of them. Jack is particularly resentful of his father's behavior, especially during the 'white flight' period of the 1940's. During the 'white flight' period, they were separated by the Nazis, and his father seems to resent the separation as well. He shows up with his family in a rather chaotic manner, and manages to emotionally manipulate his father into leaving their home, as well as getting him involved with one of his own war bonds (which he intends to keep for himself). Adele, on the other hand, is fairly happy being away from her father and their home, and is more interested in seeing her family and friends than in family. However, in the end, she comes back to them, and although they never seem to be in any real danger, she is trying to make him come back to them again. One of the things that I liked about this film is the contrast in the four of them. Norman, Adele, Jack and Anna are all fairly pessimistic, and I found myself genuinely rooting for them, although some of their actions were hard to accept. The beginning is about how Adele's father (or any father, for that matter) is behaving, and I found the first half of the film to be quite depressing. However, as the movie progressed, and I found myself rooting for them, it got much more interesting. The ending was a bit of a surprise to me, because I thought that it would be fairly one-sided. However, this film has more twists than a typical thriller. As a result, I feel as though it was a little more important to me than one would expect from a film like this. Also, I think that the character's had good performances, and the performances of the supporting characters were very well done. It was a very interesting film that I think you should see. Overall, I gave it a 7 out of 10. The characters had excellent performances, and the film had twists that I thought were interesting and unpredictable.
Monday, 06 Apr 2020 04:49

Another entry in the CMT anthology series (well, two more in this particular series), this is yet another ambitious sci-fi romance. The film stars Willem Dafoe as an android who wakes up in a spaceship that he built with his creator. His name is Tony Stark, the world's richest man. He can never have kids and loves experimenting with his craft. His attention to detail is remarkable, but his passion seems to be misplaced. It's clear that he had that same obsession for space exploration, as evidenced by his home planet being a fortress in the middle of nowhere. When his mother dies and he's abandoned on an isolated space station in orbit, he takes a step back and tries to figure out what he's been doing with his life. He learns that a man who's as obsessed with exploration and exploration in general as he is has a baby girl. This is the way it's supposed to go, and a woman who's been abandoned on an isolated space station has a child. It's an interesting concept and the story becomes more interesting. The film is filled with moments that might be considered cliche. The same story repeated itself again and again, but it still kept my interest. The film moves along at a nice pace. It doesn't feel like you're watching a documentary. You're watching a story unfold. I think the film is worth seeing for the acting. Willem Dafoe is great, playing this unusual man who's interested in space exploration. The character's family lives on the same space station, and he's drawn to the other family. I feel like I'm listening to a radio drama, especially during the sequences where Dafoe's character, Tony Stark, talks to his daughter about his recent encounter. In those sequences, the sound is very important, and it's difficult to understand what's being said. The soundtrack is very effective as well, as it helps you understand where the character is coming from. The film is filled with memorable moments. In one of the space sequences, Tony Stark pulls a young boy out of the water and puts him on his ship. He pulls him out of the water and he's like, "Hey, how's this for water control?" That was a memorable scene. It's not as deep as some of the other space sequences, but it's still a memorable one. I think this film is not as strong as the previous CMT movies, and the acting is lacking. It's not a terrible film, but I would still say that the acting is below average. This is a film worth seeing, but it's not a great film.


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