Voyagers was a decent movie. It was very predictable but there were such strong performances given, I will overlook that.
Namely Tye Sheridan. I’ve seen him in multiple roles now and there is just something about him that I like. I hope to see him go far with his career. There was a ton of minor roles and those kids nailed it too.
While I was watching I couldn’t stop comparing it to Lord of the Flies; the difference was this one is in space.
Let’s go ahead and put a bunch of young adults on a ship for 86 years and see how they get along.
I liked the sets; they immersed you into their world. I was in a very large theater and feeling claustrophobic. My granddaughter and I both concur that we wouldn’t make it up there. She’s 8 and she loved Voyagers. This flick will probably be a hit with tweens and young adults.
About The Peetimes: Both Peetimes were easy to summarize, so hopefully you won’t miss the momentum of the movie with these.
There are no extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of Voyagers. (What we mean by Anything Extra.)
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Genres: Adventure, Sci-Fi, Thriller
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