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Anne Hathaway , Patrick Wilson    Blu-ray
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4.0 out of 5 stars Moving - but too much filler May 16 2009
By Martin A Hogan TOP 500 REVIEWER
`Passengers' is one of those schizophrenic films that seems to have been written by two different writers (Ronnie Christensen alone). The basic plot premise is that Claire Summers, (Anne Hathaway) a psychologist, tries to help half a dozen airplane crash survivors cope with post traumatic stress disorder. Now, personally, from the beginning, I knew exactly what was going to happen at the end, but hold still. The ending is a must.

The middle portion of the film is full of medical interviews and sessions with various survivors of the crash who seem to all have different memories of the incident, different feelings and different reactions. This part is mostly filler with each patient strangely disappearing as the film progress. There are too many `gotcha' moments like phones ringing in the middle of the night, newspapers flapping at Claire's face in the wind, barking dogs that won't go away, people jumping off roofs in front of Claire that were just `goofs', a faked drowning, etc. There are tons of symbolism. There is even a fake conspiracy that fills time. Then there is also the obligatory love scene between Claire Summers and Eric (Patrick Wilson) as a creepy guy turned amorous. It's just a pack of things you've seen before.

However, in the last 15 minutes of the film, you start to catch on with each character's life and it really turns out to be quite moving. You understand why each person was in the plot and what they were and what they turn into. The final moments are very touching as everything comes together and there is a good feeling of satisfaction. Its not perfect, but it does make for a good sleuthing film and a good date movie.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Love look at the two of us July 25 2010
By bernie TOP 50 REVIEWER
The film starts with a crash but is seems quite slow paced. Mr. Perry (t Andre Braugher) thinks that it is time for a therapist Claire summers (Anne Hathaway) to do something practical so she is assigned to help the passengers of the recent plane crash. The passenger's accounts of the plane crash vary greatly and soon the passengers seem to be disappearing or at least not coming to the sessions. It appears that the airline is covering something up and everybody is in on it. Is Claire paranoid to the point where she cannot function properly?

With the creepy mystique and the slow pace and mysterious people, our minds are racing ahead. We remember all of the conspiracy movies spooky movies and just downright movies of all kinds in the twists. Okay which one is this one going to be? Now who is paranoid?

It is best to let the movie unfold into with the flow and you may find that you enjoy it and with all movies that have a mystery about them you will want to re-watch this to see what you missed.

One suspicious character is Airline representative Arkin played by David Morse. See him again in "Contact" (1997).

I only saw the Blu-ray so I cannot compare to other versions but be sure to also listen to the voice over commentary by Rodrigo Garcia - Director and Patrick Wilson who plays Eric.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Not what I expected but still very good. March 6 2014
Format:Blu-ray|Verified Purchase
The story line takes us in a direction that is not really expected and it makes our mind work a little. I liked it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Keeps you on the edge of your seat Sept. 2 2013
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
I loved this movie. Right up til you figure it out I didn't have it figured out. IT was a great movie
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