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Nebraskan Safraneks (Audrey and Paul)
Are slated for a new life as Small.
Interesting concepts, but executed
In a way that often diluted
Potential depth. Plot ideas: too much sprawl.

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Original, high-concept premise: a great start, But in the latter stages, it all falls apart. An ultra-swift Tonal shift Just doesn't work. (But Hathaway's great: the film's heart).

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So here's a bunch of smart, pretty people in space, On the ISS (cue co-operating human race). But these characters had me surprised At some actions (ill-advised), In this quite ridiculous, but scary / fun survival-chase.

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A mystery dozen arrive, and answers are sought. Across the world: situations most fraught. Profound moments. Super-tense. Adams' talent: it's immense. Lessons (communication; time) beautifully taught.

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Superhero tale (the old good-versus-bad battle waging) Led by Rudd's Lang (an ex-crim so affable and engaging). The ride is fun. Biggest technical stun: Douglas' amazing transformation (flawless de-aging).

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Interesting core premise that had so much potential To explore the science and philosophy (existential) In its story execution. But the plot (and resolution) Are a mess (High stakes? Well, they felt inconsequential).

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Glazer mixes Species & Kubrick, With Scarlett doing an alien Posh Spice schtick, Hard work with some reward, Film critics have adored, This confusing but alluring sci-fi flick.

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The first fifteen minutes made a great impact, But after that the film really lacked The pull to keep me engaged. Weak script left actors upstaged By the creatures and the destruction they enact.

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Qohen's existential angst leaves him terminally tormented, And those around him just think he's demented. Filmic strangeness and chaos at play: Unfortunately, not in a good way. Frustrating to watch (my patience tried, and dented).

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Tech's dichotomy: humanity is losing and gaining. An interesting struggle, though story logic takes a caning. Yes, it was clearly a mess, But I really must confess: I still found it quite compelling and entertaining.

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Foster's not at her best, but Damon's strong. The folks on Earth have been underdogs too long, While on Elysium life is breezy. And though some lines are cheesy ...