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Pandorum review
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Better than expected!

Teasers for this plagued the movie trailer slots for the year of 2009 and made this film seem alot more calm and flasley intense, much like scares of that from The Grudge or movies like that. Little did i know whne my friend put on this dvd, that i would not want to watch something else or look away while smoking a much deserved blunt, but instead pay close attention to the film as darkness is always a problem in a well lit room. The story panned out well also, and gave time to slowly unravel what is happening currently, what disaster took place prior, and what shit is about to hit the fan in the near future. the ending seemed very "episode 3" and by that i mean the clock wound down on the film's duration and the last piece was put together to bring a little too much to the table, hard to swallow that much in that little time. Beggining with a man from a flight crew waking up out of a hypersleep only to find himself alone and full of questions he couldent answer. Waking up his luitenant and getting his help and guidence, he heads to repower the ship manually, only to find he is not alone. As the pieces slowly come together, other characters introduce themselves in both threatning and life saving manners. Though it isn't clear if these non human beings are mutated humans who boarded the craft to sail off to Tanis in search of a new planet or if they boarded the ship and feasted on passengers while in hypersleep; but there are alot more of them than living people and they are PISSED OFF and born/mutated to hunt. Savage to the point where the second one of they're own dies, they gather round and eat that hunter/alien's remains (guess hot meals are hard to come by). Glad no living person possesed superhuman strength or special ability throughout, a loophole the filmmakers could have expored but chose to keep the game fair and the battles real. Again, sucks i didnt see this one in theatres.. however, im hoping to forget the flick entirley and see it sometime next year in my own environment to experience the film in all it's glory.

Tanis Year One / Population 1213...
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Added by pamela voorhees
6 years ago on 18 May 2011 16:05



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