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Ben Foster, Dennis Quaid, Cam Gigandet, Antje Traue, Cung Le, Eddie Rouse, Norman Reedus, Wotan Wilke Möhring, Delphine Chuillot, Yangzom Brauen, Niels-Bruno Schmidt, Friederike Kempter, André Hennicke, Jeff Burrell, Asia Luna Mohmand, Domenico D'Ambrosio, Alessija Lause, Alexander Yassin, Jonah Mohmandvery movie-goer wants to know the answer to one simple question: should I see this? Unfortunately, unbeknownst to them, they are not alone. If you really want the truth to this question as it pertains to “Pandorum,” all you have to do is check your film history. Their only hope is to go through the ventilation ducts, unlock the outer door, and make their way to the bridge to assess the situation. The doors to the ship are on lockdown, and Bower and Payton seem to be stuck in a lifeless tomb of a ship. As they walk around their quarters, they find that there is no power to the ship, no sign of the flight crew that was supposed to be manning the helm, and no response on any intercom system.
The audience is left watching repetitive chase scenes throughout the ship with very little story revealed for the better part of 40 minutes, as a handful of new characters are introduced, and Bower explores the ship, making his way to the reactor.
If you answered “yes”, and you liked these films, then yes, definitely go see “Pandorum.” If you answered “no,” or you simply got forced to see them and disliked them, avoid “Pandorum” like the plague. They are unaware of where they are or who they are and are disoriented (a side effect of hyper-sleeping for long periods of time).
Corporal Bower (Ben Foster) and his Senior Officer, Lieutenant Payton (Dennis Quaid), wake up from deep space hyper sleep on a giant ship, the Elysium.
Rather than stick to the paranormal, psychological thrilling guns, writer Travis Milloy overplays a stupid storyline very similar in feel and design to “The Descent” (except in space), in which Bower is chased down by cave-like creatures, for scene after scene, that have somehow taken over the ship.
These creatures are fast, strong, and will eat anything, even their own fallen, and Director Christian Alvart wastes very little time in revealing them to the audience, taking away heavily from the film’s originality.