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'Passengers' is as surprisingly traditional as it is undeniably effective. A timeless romance wedded to a space-age survival thriller, it may be a curious coupling but Tyldum?s Turing follow-up is a journey well worth taking.

Read review James Dyer
Time Out

There are a handful of really interesting scenes.... But for the most part 'Passengers' is so anodyne, so frightened of the ethically troubling opportunities inherent in the setup that it just ends up feeling forgettable and silly.

Read review Tom Huddleston
New York Post

There are so many points along the way when the stranded-in-space drama 'Passengers', which is not a good movie, could have made different choices and become one.

Read review Sara Stewart
New York Times

'Passengers' increasingly succumbs to timidity and begins shrinking into a bland science-fiction adventure whose feats of daring and skill feel stale and secondhand.

Read review Stephen Holden
Rolling Stone

The spectacle feels lifeless and what could have been a challenging moral provocation dissolves into sappy, feel-good pandering. Lawrence and Pratt deserve better. So do audiences.

Read review Peter Travers
The Washington Post

'Passengers' hinges on a morally dubious act that the filmmakers gloss over in a series of creepy justifications and a sudden third-act reversal.

Read review Ann Hornaday