Voyagers

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Voyagers

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Release Date  8 April 2021 (1 h 48 min)
Directed by  Neil Burger
Writer  Neil Burger
Composer  Trevor Gureckis
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With the human race's future at stake, a group of young men and women embark on an expedition to colonize a distant planet. But when they uncover disturbing secrets about the mission, they become helpless for pleasure, hunger, and power once avoiding drinking the 'Blue'. The Blue is a drug that keeps them from having sexual feelings and for not having power and strength. They then begin to explore their most primordial natures and try and find a way out of the spaceship.

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  • Language  English


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With the human race's future at stake, a group of young men and women embark on an expedition to colonize a distant planet. But when they uncover disturbing secrets about the mission, they become helpless for pleasure, hunger, and power once avoiding drinking the 'Blue'. The Blue is a drug that keeps them from having sexual feelings and for not having power and strength. They then begin to explore their most primordial natures and try and find a way out of the spaceship.


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  • DRS 10 / 04 / 2021

    It’s easy these days to rip on someone or something without any clue about how it could be better. Voyagers seems to fall into that category. It was good, but somewhere there was a really good (and better) story. What threw me off as much as anything is that actors in their early to mid 20’s are trying to play teenagers. In some ways I just couldn’t buy that.

    The movie did present a good comparison of the societal divide that we are in right now without getting too preachy. For most movies that involve going deep into space, you have to suspend disbelief in some ways but I liked the concept of the “Voyagers” grandchildren as the new planet’s inhabitants instead of people who had been in hyper-sleep or some other coma-like process.

    Again, the movies that are coming out right now are few and far between and the quality is hit and miss. I’d say that this one probably is exactly what it set out to be.

    7 / 10

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