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Mystery, Sci-Fi





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Matt Osterman


Brandon Routh
Dane Cook
Caity Lotz
Ben Feldman
Tom Cavanagh
Grant Bowler





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Four people are locked in an underground simulated spaceship for the purpose of testing the long-term psychological consequences of space exploration. This 400-day missions is interrupted by an unknown event and when they reach the surface, they find things completely changed - but is this reality or part of the experiment? -- Chris Kavan

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The premise was interesting, but the execution was pure SyFy, though not as terrible as the Sharknado series. Plus, props for making Dane Cook somewhat likable - an achievement in and of itself! While there is some tension built up, the final bit is both confusing and comes to a highly unsatisfying conclusion - if you can even call it that. It's like the writers couldn't think up a decent end, so they just winged it.

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03/08/2016 (1 of 1 found this helpful)

Yet another SF ruined by a nonsensical ending

"400 Days" is a low-budget SF that uses a not so bad idea as a theme on the one hand. But on the other hand it disappoints when it comes to the implementation of it. A space center, with Theo (Brandon Routh), Dvorak (Dane Cook), Bug (Ben Feldman) and Emily (Caity "The Machine" Lotz) as future astronauts, wants to examine the psychological impact of a prolonged space travel. Astronauts are already subject to physical testing (as can be seen in the snapshots at the beginning of the film). But what about their mental state? Can they cope with such a long term isolation? That's why the four are locked up in an underground bunker. And (yes, you couldn't have guessed it) they are part of a simulation that'll take 400 days. And in advance they are being informed by the CEO of...

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