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Plot: The first human born on Mars travels to Earth for the first time, experiencing the wonders of the planet through fresh eyes. He embarks on an adventure with a street smart girl to discover how he came to be. Runtime: 120 mins Release Date: 03 Feb 2017
Something we could all use. (by jrodgers-896-904307)
Some of the reviews I have read must have come from those without a beating heart. I finally took the time to watch this film as the reviews were not great. I had an understanding it was a little sci-fi and a lot teenage love story going in. I found the screenplay to be brilliant by such young actors. I also understand there should be some fantastic things in a movie that includes sci-fi so while some of what the teenage couple set out to do seems unrealistic, it fits for what story the director and writer were trying to give us. I wish more adults could express the feelings this movie tries <more>
to tell us not to hide, and to enjoy every moment of life that is afforded to us. I found this movie not only heart warming but uplifting and inspiring. Thank you for such a much need film of this type. It has been a while. Take the fantastical with a grain of salt and pay attention to what it is trying to share, we may just all benefit from that thought process rather than the cynical one.
While you are here and alive, love is a powerful force, beautiful images and beautiful story (by maat-33737)
A cool idea and great performances, especially Britt and Gary, OK, Asa's performance was exaggerated but that was his role , and you can see the quality of this young man.A teenage romance? Yes, that's beautiful, it's a beautiful story that no one, no matter how old are you, will not be happy to see and feel again. This is a good and beautiful movie... has its fun moments, a sort of action, romance without being cloying, and a great message of love and search beyond boundaries.In addition, it has many really beautiful images of earth and mars real or CGI; but very good worked <more>
.Spoiler: Do not let the error in communications be a factor for the complaint ... it's the fiction role.
This movie was a good Sci-Fi adventure movie mixed with some romance and fantasy. My friends and I went to see this together and we all loved it. It has the perfect amount of adventure, cliffhangers, plot twist, and romance. The ending definitely leads me to believe there might be a second movie. This movie can be a bit cheesy at times, but all around I thought it left a great message. I like how one of the characters that isn't from Earth goes from living on Mars to Earth and there is a big change in environment and when he meets the girl from Earth that he has been instant messaging <more>
from Mars and follows her around like he knows what he's doing. I also think that the two main actors, Asa Butterfield and Britt Robertson, did a great job portraying their characters and they were a perfect fit for their part.
It's very hard to find something new in the movies today, but this film felt very fresh from everything else out there. The premise of the story is very unique and different. The acting is very good. After a shocking twist, the end turns out a little bit predictable but I didn't really mind... at all. I really enjoyed watching this film. Totally recommended.
Valentine's Day date flick, 10% Sci-Fi, 90% teen romance set in 2034. (by joeripken)
"What's your favorite part about earth??Asa Butterfield and Britt Robertson star as the disaffected lovers separated by 140 million miles. Of the two, Asa's performance is more robotic at least partly intentional due to the character's unique circumstances , while Britt steals the show as she teaches her friend from another planet how to feel, and connect, and love. "Courage is just fear that has said it's prayers."Don't come expecting to see satisfying sci-fi, 2034 Mars is just the setting for the story between two teens searching for connection, finding <more>
'THE SPACE BETWEEN US': Four and a Half Stars Out of Five A sci-fi teen romance, about a boy that's born on Mars who wants to visit Earth, but it might kill him. The film stars Asa Butterfield, Britt Robertson, Gary Oldman and Carla Gugino. It was directed by Peter Chelsom, who's also helmed a lot of other sentimental tearjerkers like this, and it was written by Allan Loeb, with Richard Barton Lewis and Stewart Schill. The movie has received mostly harshly negative reviews from critics, and it's also bombed at the Box Office so far. I loved it!The story is set in the near <more>
future, when an astronaut who's sent to Mars, named Sarah Elliot Janet Montgomery , discovers she's pregnant. Sarah decides to have the baby there, but she dies during childbirth. Knowing that it might kill the child, who's named Gardner, to try to bring him home to Earth, the remaining astronauts raise him there on Mars. At 16, Gardner Butterfield decides that he really wants to visit his home planet, but the man in charge of the space mission, Nathaniel Shepherd Oldman , is afraid that he won't survive the visit. Gardner becomes obsessed with the idea though, and he also really wants to meet his father. A teenage girl, that he meets online, named Tulsa Robertson , helps him.The movie is very sentimental; but I love sentimental movies, when they're done right like this one is . It's well written, and acted you can never go wrong with Gary Oldman . It's also a very sweet, and quite touching, love story; and it's about outcasts finding their way in life. I think it's an extremely beautiful and very well made movie, and I don't understand the critical hate against it once again . Audiences, that have seen it, all rave about it it has an average viewer rating of A- . The film kind of reminds me of 'COLLATERAL BEAUTY' which was also written by Loeb , from the end of last year. I loved that movie as well, and the critics hated it. Screw the critics!Watch our movie review show 'MOVIE TALK' at: https://youtu.be/xGBv2IpDjDc
Don't be confused, this is a teen romance picture. It's just that one teen is from Earth, and the other is from Mars. I actually found it very sweet. Mars boy without a clue, and Earth girl with all the answers. Great acting, great direction, fantastic score. The special effect were a bit dodgy. This film was was supposed to come out in August, then pulled to December, and now it's released in February. Please see this film!!! I found it very uplifting. The performances of Asa Butterfield, Britt Robertson, Gary Oldman, Carla Gugino, and BD Wong are fantastic. I have to keep <more>
writing because IMDb won't let a review of anything less than 10 lines ling post. Did I mention this is a kid friendly film? Thank you.
You know how it goes. The boy Asa Butterfield meets the girl Britt Robertson , there's mutual liking and they want to meet... but there's a space between them. So he will travel to Earth from the Mars colony where he was born. Also starring: Gary Oldman, Carla Gugino, and B.D. Wong, because even the coolest teenagers need some adults around."The Space Between Us" rides on the current wave of Young Adult, or YA for short, novels and movies which has dowsed the cinemas for the last ten years or so. It's still about romance, some sci-fi and action like the most of them <more>
or at least the most popular of them but it brings some refreshing changes to the menu.It's based on an original screenplay and not novel. It offers sci-fi and action without relying on done to death YA clichés dystopian society, dating or fighting supernatural beings, etc . It puts characters in real danger so you can't always predict whether everybody's gonna make it. It doesn't have clear-cut good and bad guys...And last but by far not least, the movie has a nice classic Steven Spielberg-ian feel which puts the sense of wonder and adventure back to sci-fi which, in my humble opinion, is often missing or buried under all those visual effects and pizazz setpieces. Even good old Spielberg himself is not always able to pull it off: the movie makes you actually care about the characters because there's a real human backbone to the story. It's entertainment but it also has heart.All this rests very much on the lead man Asa Butterfield who was 18 during the filming and turns 20 this April. Former child star of "The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas", Scorsese's "Hugo" and "Ender's Game" fame, this guy has grown to become a fine young actor indeed. I very much enjoyed his soft but sure performance as an innocent and fragile alien braving the world unknown to him. He has found a seemingly perfect balance between strange, childlike and soulful that the role asks of him, and I'd be glad to see him getting some awards or nominations for this standout work. He even has this memorable, Pinocchio-ish appearance and style of moving which seems suitable for a person not used to Earth's gravity.The other characters stay more in the background, so this turns out to be Asa Butterfield's show, and he more than fulfills the promise. The next most interesting performance comes from Oldman who ventures in the land of brashness and theatricality, in a good way. The aging thespian hasn't offered this kind of colorfulness for quite some time in a big movie, at least and I enjoyed it to the point of feeling that his character was underused. Holding him in the background makes sense in the context of a whole story, though.If you find my score surprisingly high, please remember that it's made for a YA crowd, or at least a teenager in all of us. I would not recommend it alongside 8 out of 10 movies made for older viewer groups. Probably.But 8 is not too generous. I liked "Space" very much and its overall quality more than compensates a shallow story which surely would work better longer. This could be a bona fide modern classic if the characters and events had more room to develop and breathe. Maybe in the form of mini- series or something.If you like "The Space Between Us" and look for something similar to watch, I would recommend 2014's "The Fault in Our Stars" for moving YA story, or 2015's "Tomorrowland" as an uneven but good example of how to combine sci-fi and action in a YA movie.I choose to end this review with an off-topic anecdote which I just happen to like very much:Q: Why did astronaut leave his wife? A: He needed more space
It's rare that I find a movie that my wife and I both like. She's more of a Hallmark movie type; I'm a little more cerebral. But we both enjoyed it. Sure, there are some implausible plot points and bad science, but not enough to destroy the movie. I've seen worse science in some of the Star Trek films. I wish they had budgeted enough for a more plausible future; going to Sam's and playing 2016 Yamaha keyboards probably bugged me more than anything else There's some nice camera-work and a sweeping score. The ending is good enough - satisfying but not too cheesy. The two <more>
kids bring you into the story. Get off your high horse and enjoy it.