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The Space Between Us
Drama, Adventure, Sci-Fi, Romance
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Peter Chelsom
Gary Oldman as Nathaniel Shepherd
John-Paul Howard as Student
Scott Takeda as Dr. Gary Loh
Morse Bicknell as NASA Executive
Alma Sisneros as Mars Inhabitant
Adande 'Swoozie' Thorne as Scott Hubbard
Bernardo P. Saracino as Dream Chaser Pilot (as Bernardo P. Saracino)
Lauren Myers as Alice Meyers
Trey Tucker as Harrison Lane
Mia Stallard as Screaming Girl
Beth Bailey as NASA Chief Doctor
Carla Gugino as Kendra
Luce Rains as Idaho
William Sterchi as Debate Moderator
Asa Butterfield as Gardner Elliot
Jenny Gabrielle as Susanne
B.D. Wong as Genesis Director Chen
Storyline: In this interplanetary adventure, a space shuttle embarks on the first mission to colonize Mars, only to discover after takeoff that one of the astronauts is pregnant. Shortly after landing, she dies from complications while giving birth to the first human born on the red planet - never revealing who the father is. Thus begins the extraordinary life of Gardner Elliot - an inquisitive, highly intelligent boy who reaches the age of 16 having only met 14 people in his very unconventional upbringing. While searching for clues about his father, and the home planet he's never known, Gardner begins an online friendship with a street smart girl in Colorado named Tulsa. When he finally gets a chance to go to Earth, he's eager to experience all of the wonders he could only read about on Mars - from the most simple to the extraordinary. But once his explorations begin, scientists discover that Gardner's organs can't withstand Earth's atmosphere. Eager to find his father, Gardner escapes the team...
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Reminiscent from the 80's
This flick is certainly not a master piece but it is far from boring or as cheesy as some said. It is a coming of age story with some interesting premises. The FX are not grandiose and Gardner(Asa Butterfly)'s life on Mars should have deserve more exposure just to get a bit more in his mind and because he grows up the colony on Mars, this would have make easier for us to emphasize with his feeling during his trip on Earth. Here we just see his birth and then we jump 16 years later with a new character, his mum figure, from whom we don't know anything while she playing an important role in the story. Same for his pen pal Tulsa, it should have been a interesting story to see her grow up in parallel with her martian friend as she seem to had some hardship in her life as well. The rest of the movie is cute, but the lake of exposure for all the main characters stopped me to really feel for them. The end is conventional but fine they just should have avoid to write the obvious end twist has we got it almost from the beginning.
This movie is a little bit childish and I believe it will be enjoyed more by teenagers. However it is watchable and the special effects are good. The acting is also good. But it wasn't as good as I had hoped. It 's not really a movie about Mars or how it could affect the first human born there but a love story between two teenagers.
The idea was good but the execution was bad
I was thrilled when I saw the trailer. The core idea was exciting. I was really looking forward to watch this movie with high hopes. The movie spectacularly failed to deliver.

The story was just BAD. It had too many plot holes. They had a good chance of making a great story out of this but just made a silly one in the end.

Firstly, the astronauts must go through massive physical checkups before leaving. So if she was pregnant for a while it would've been discovered. And if they just discovered that on the spaceship for the first time, it was just logical to have an abortion.

If we overlook these, then comes the insane idea of keeping this massive event a secret. I mean seriously!! A manned mars mission would be shown live in YouTube at least. The whole world would have a live feed of the space ship at some level. And obviously the mars base would have a good permanent live feed. So this wont be a secret obviously.

And when the boy came back he ESCAPED!! He is one of the most important specimen of living being and he can escape through high security places and goes on wondering like its too easy! He gets chills when he discovers the mundane things about life. He at least had internet on mars. Everything about earth life should be available to him before he got here. Why get surprised seeing a horse!

The overall acting were just OK. Direction mediocre. In the end the story sucked and that alone destroyed everything.
The beginning was great
That's all about this movies that was great. The end was literally the worst part, that practically ruined then movie. It's like the writers got tired of writing the movie and the last assistant ended up finishing the script. Thanks for ruining another great movie you bastards...
A Conflicted Mess
There was a moment in this movie when I could swear I was watching a SyFy Original movie. Gary Oldman and Carla Gugino were in a helicopter "chasing down" their target. They were talking about how they needed to get him back to Mars and shuffling around in the helicopter, it was poorly lit, poorly shot and surprisingly poorly acted. Then the next shot is a gorgeous panoramic shot that cuts to our heroes, who act well! Its as though two separate film makers made this movie. They squandered the Mars set and rushed through his adolescence. This movie is a total mess. There are moments when you can see the initial vision, but then it is clouded by some extremely questionable pacing issues. Horrible.
Ageless Sci-fi
I quite enjoyed this film. A fairly novel concept with decent effects,

a coherent and interesting plot and some good acting particularly from Asa Butterfield and I thought also from Carla Gugino an actress I hadn't heard of before. I couldn't escape the feeling however that I was being treated like an idiot to some extent by the director/producers and casting people of whom there seemed to be a considerable number. Asa is aged 20 but a little physically immature and he played the part of a gawky 16 year old very well. His high school girlfriend was played by Britt Robertson who we can be forgiven for thinking must be in the same age group - ie 16/17. The actress is in fact aged 27. Now she is clearly an attractive young woman but 16 she ain't. In one of the final scenes we are treated to the revelation that Asa's father was Nathaniel Shepherd played by Gary Oldman.The mother we already knew was Sarah Elliot played by Janet Montgomery who is in fact 32 years of age but appeared younger in the film maybe a very pretty late twenties allowing for the fact that she held the rank of Lt-Col in the USAF. Gary Oldman, bless him, is currently 59 years old and has obviously,shall we say, enjoyed life to the full.The idea therefore that a very attractive twenty something career officer was having a relationship with and conceiving children by a man who could be mistaken for her grandfather I found a bit hard to swallow. The other problem with the film in my opinion was the failure to explain or in any way allude to the technology being used to ferry people to and from Mars. The Nasa mars mission was recently put forward from 2030 to 2050 due to "technical problems" largely the fact that they have so far failed to invent a form of space travel more sophisticated than liquid-fuelled rockets and I would have been interested to learn from the makers of the film how they predicted this problem would be overcome. Nope,you just keep on firing rockets into the sky.I hope I'm not being too picky but when a film starts not to make any sense,suspension of belief becomes difficult to maintain.
A cynical take on romance
OK first of this is very scientifically inaccurate and a little silly so if you can't get over that then this movie isn't for you. However once I ignored that it was a great movie not like most romance films. Whereas romance films are usually filled with nothing but hope this was just romantic moments in a world neither of them were meant for and the constant feeling that things wouldn't work out. Great sense of humour which is as cynical as the rest of the film. It's a constant battle between hope and reality - something most romance films ignore.
Film Review: The Space Between Us
"What is your favourite thing about Earth?"

It may be such a simple yet overwhelming question, considering all the wonderful things that make up our world and each and every little thing that makes up all the good in all our individual lives. Yet one of my favourite slogans so far of 2017 is one that asks very deep and a heavy emotional response.

Sadly, the slogan seems to be one of the very few deep parts that comprise director Peter Chelsom's newest inspirational film The Space Between Us. The UK director seems to be on some sort of positive cinema boost, given his last film Hector and the Search for Happiness is a parabolic film about one doctor's real life pursuit of life's greatest gift.

Sadly, with The Space Between Us, Chelsom's handle on science fiction is very scarce, even though space accounts for a very small portion of his newest film. The Space Between Us is a love story through and through. Dabbling with elements of the who-dun-it narrative, as well as the coming of age story arc, Space is a modestly budgeted film with some great ambition that really doesn't live up to the hype and one film that has its gaze far beyond the horizon. Think of it as a film that promises finding the gold at the end of the rainbow, only to really deliver Skittles, I mean, if Skittles are your thing.

The cosmic love story begins well before either of our love birds began their courting, nearly two decades before, when a young and ambitious astronaut, Sarah Elliot (Janet Montgomery) and her crew, become the first group of individuals to colonize and inhabit Mars for four years. Placed in the care of their precarious and idealist leader and founder, Nathaniel Shepard (Gary Oldman), Nathaniel's Genesis program partners with NASA to deliver Sarah and her sacrificial crew to the unknown planet of Mars. Given that all the numbers, scenarios and outcomes were already pre- planned, the one situation no one anticipated, was Sarah pregnancy. Giving birth and losing her life before she makes it to Mars, the Genesis program agrees to make the child's birth a complete classified secret. Luckily, Gardner Elliot (Asa Butterfield) makes it safely to Mars, as we flash forward to Gardner's adolescents. It is in Mars that Gardner grows up, interacting with the brightest scientists from NASA, who continue to occupy Mars, practically and implicitly contributing to Gardner upbringing, Gardner lacks many average teenage characteristics, despite his closest maternal relationship on the spaceship to botanist Kendra Wyndham (Carla Gugino). Gardner's intellect is established quite early on, showing off how book smart and scientifically minded the youngster really is.

Bored with nothing but causing chaos aboard the station, Gardner uses his smarts to trick everything and everyone on Mars. Learning of his secrecy to Earth early on, Gardner begins using the Wi-Fi (yup, they have internet in Mars) to make new friends on Earth. Concealing his true identity and current situation to an online friend and potential love interest Tulsa (Britt Robertson), the two spark a friendship that originated on an Orphan based online chat room. As the two orphans begin developing a closer relationship thanks to futuristic FaceTiming and instant messaging to one another, it becomes quite clear that Gardner is ready to finally venture to Earth, despite his physical boundaries and various health issues, including his oversized space heart, brittle bones, his foreignness to gravity and his very poor human social skills.

While Gardner's time spent on Mars is very limited, his caregiver and closest friend Kendra, begins campaigning for Gardner's request to visit Earth, not only to finally see Tulsa, but to find out the identity of his father. Half way across the Universe, once on Earth, Gardner surprises Tulsa at school, where the two team up and break many laws in search of Gardner's father. While discovering America, Gardner falls in love with Tulsa, and the two love birds steal their way to Arizona where they embark on an adventure that involves the Grand Canyon, hot air balloons and some pretty romantic locales.

Sadly, Space is a project that has been in development for quite some time, having Asa attached since before he was casted as Ender Wiggin in the sci-fi Ender's Game. While many cast and crew moved on, Asa remained attached with the project until it was green lit, with Robertson as his Tulsa. Unfortunately, while Robertson and Butterfield continue to prove their strong acting skills on screen, the two never really convince audiences of their love story and romance, sharing an almost big sister/little brother type relationship instead. Not that I want to pry and say age is just a number and its how you feel, but the tremendous age difference of seven years shows in troves during the film between Butterfield and Robertson; relaying a much more sibling like relationship, with kisses almost placed on-cue just for the simple fact to lure young people in, just in time for Valentine's Day. Think of it as a script written much like the early drafts of Star Wars, before George Lucas knew he was going to make Luke and Leia brother and sister. Maybe its just a science-fiction thing? Sadly, since Hollywood is obsessed with the telling of love stories, it is easily felt that the relationship between Gardner and Tulsa would have worked much better without the forceful element of love.

On top of the very unconvincing relationship between the two young stars, the production does what it can with its very modest budget, and absolutely does a wonderful job with its production design and sets, but really shows a very poor quality string of editing choice that really shows the narrative inconsistencies in the film.
Don't waste your time
I tried to watch that movie and even tried to explain to myself how in a hell 20+ weeks pregnant woman could pass all health checks for expedition to Mars, but when they had instant video chat between Mars and Earth I gave up and turned it off. Such stupidity is unforgivable. I feel offended by that idiocy. I feel sorry for Gary Oldman, he probably needs money bad and I feel angry to story writers; guys, it should be criminal to be that ignorant even in Hollywood. This movie does not even worth a space on hard drive it occupies or torrent download time, not to mention paying anything to watch it. Don't waste your time watching this feat, go for a walk instead.
questionable set-up
Visionary leader Nathaniel Shepherd (Gary Oldman) organizes the first Martian settlement, East Texas. Sarah Elliot is one of the six astronauts to be the first settlers. Everybody is shock to find that she's pregnant. Fearing a PR nightmare, her pregnancy and her subsequent childbirth death is covered up. Sixteen years later, Gardner Elliot (Asa Butterfield) has been raised in secret by scientists like Kendra Wyndham (Carla Gugino). His only friends are a robot and an online friend, foster kid Tulsa (Britt Robertson), who doesn't know his true identity. His upbringing on Mars has left him incapable of living in Earth's gravity. He manages to escape and with Tulsa's help, goes in search for his unknown father.

Britt Robertson is getting a little old to play a teenager but it actually works well for this character. She's world-weary which matches well with the fish-out-of-water Asa Butterfield. The age difference brings out the experience difference in the two characters. They make for a cute couple.

The main problem is the set-up and the questions that arise. One must ignore a lot of these nagging questions. The kid has trouble with 1g but he has to endure multiple gs in his travels. It's also a pretty big secret to be kept by NASA. The distance between Earth and Mars is about 10 light minutes which would make online communications noticeably delayed. The questions keep pilling on and on. A few more rewrites are required.
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