PG-13| 1 hr. 32 min.

Plot Summary
Therapist Claire Summers (Anne Hathaway) receives an assignment by her mentor to counsel the five survivors of a plane crash. She feels particularly drawn to Eric (Patrick Wilson), the most-secretive of the group. Against her judgment, she becomes romantically involved with him, just as the other survivors mysteriously start to disappear. Believing that Eric knows more than he is telling, she vows to find the truth, no matter the outcome.

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Genres: Thriller, Drama

Distributor: Sony Pictures Entertainment

Passengers (2008)

Release Date: October 24th, 2008|1 hr. 32 min.

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  • The film is a misfire, which you feel more acutely given the talents of those involved, including director Rodrigo Garcia ("Nine Lives," "Things You Can Tell Just by Looking at Her") and rising star Anne Hathaway. show more

  • A clunky, dead-on-arrival scary drama that proves that even people with good taste need a good script or direction. show more

  • Turns out to be just another dud in the genre of revisionist mysteries that have been messing with our heads since Haley Joel Osment saw dead people. Only this time, the big reveal doesn't so much twist the plot as snap its neck. show more

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  • September 24, 2010 Intrepid1411
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    Thank you for this piece of cinematic grace. Deeply moving. Well done all.

  • July 05, 2010 DShook
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    An absorbing thriller that never reveals where it's going until it's there. The cast is wonderful and the technical aspects are superb. I began totally absorbed and stayed there through the next day.

  • September 19, 2009 MoviesMoveMe
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    Director Rodrigo Garcia ******* a homer with this psychological thriller. Anne Hathaway is compelling in her portrayal of a grief counselor who delves deeply into the backgrounds of a new group of patients (airline crash victims). Move to the edge of your seat as she follows a twisted path of clues and puzzles leading to an ending that can only be described as shocking. Alfred Hitchcock would be proud.

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