Overall Rank: 11050
Average Rating: 2.4/4
# of Ratings: 18
Theatrical Release Date: 10/24/2008
Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 05/12/2009
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Director: Rodrigo Garcia
Actors: Anne Hathaway, Patrick Wilson, Andre Braugher, Dianne Wiest, David Morse, Clea DuVall
Plot: After a plane crash, a young grief counselor meets with the five survivors. She becomes romantically involved with one the most secretive survivors, even as it becomes apparent that the crash may not have been an accident. As the survivors begin to disappear, the truth must be uncovered before it's too late. -- Chris Kavan
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Kyle(The Rebel) - wrote on 08/28/2012
Great mystery, that is also very touching. Terrific twist ending!
lpd381 - wrote on 01/07/2012
I am a huge Anne Hathaway fan but I have to say that this is probably one of her worse movies. It's not bad through any fault of her own, the acting by everybody in the movie is solid. This is just horrible writing. It's incredibly predictable. My wife actually guessed this within the first ten minutes. I enjoyed watching the ending but the journey to get there was just not worth it. Also, Anne Hathaway's character is supposed to by a therapist which makes 90% of this movie frustrating in how un-professional she is. Overall I was very disappointed and wont be watching it again. If you catch it on TV you might enjoy it otherwise it's not really worth watching.
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mellyboi1 - wrote on 03/28/2012
Well, what can I say about this movie?
There's a lot to say actually. I liked this movie, but was somewhat surprised when I saw the release date...2007. How could I miss a movie that stared both Anne Hathaway and Patrick Wilson? It's been out for over five years now, but I'd never even heard of it until Crackle started showing it off.
Honestly I don't even know how I missed it, I guess it wasn't shown off all that much when it needed to be. It is really good though, but it will seem similar to some viewers out there; especially if you're a fan of the show ﻿Lost﻿﻿.
The ending of ﻿both Lost﻿﻿ and﻿ Passengers﻿﻿ ends the same way; or at least if you think about it it does. It's pretty amazing that this movie managed to …
BryanFury - wrote on 01/03/2009
Passengers has a somewhat familiar ring to it like a phone call that you already know whose calling. It starts off in a slow pace and then little by little it unravels to a pretty decent story. The mystery element was handled clearly well without me having to guess what’s going to happen next. So in that sense you could say this movie succeeded in what it was trying to tell. Anne Hathaway displayed a subtle yet intense approach to her character which is a treat to watch. If one would think Ms. Hathaway's just eye candy to this film she’ll definitely prove you wrong. She's really starting to mold into a fine actress. And just maybe in the near future win an acting award to her name. Overall the twists and turns would definitely keep one interested from the first minute to the last. …
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