The Space Between Us
2D

The Space Between Us

English
AdventureDramaRomance
10 Feb, 2017
2 hrs 00 mins
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690 votes
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SYNOPSIS
Raised by scientists in Mars, a young man returns to Earth to find his father.
Verdict: Heart-warming and romantic, the perfect watch for a date night. A sci-fi romance directed by Peter Chelshom, The Space Between Us, is about a 16-year-old Gardner (Asa Butterfield) who has lived on Mars all his life and falls in love with a street smart girl from Earth, Tulsa (Britt Robertson) via the Internet. With []... ...Read full review
As The Space Between Us resorts to generic pandering by catering to its core demographic of teens and young adults looking for a date movie around Valentines Day, the real space ends up being between a great concept on paper, and its actualisation on screen. ...Read full review
The young adult romance genre has been places and chalked up a number of thrilling adventures but never has it breached the final frontier - even with its widened net of time travel, futuristic dystopia or animalistic humanity. This one does. So, while you may not look for faults in the stars you most certainly will find them in the planets - Mars in particular. ...Read full review
The dream of setting foot on another planet has been one of the dearest that mankind has had ever since it overcame the idea of Earth being the centre of the universe. The fascination has expressed itself in multiple forms be it paintings or poetry or stories that passed down from generations. Cinema was able to take it further with its plasticity, allowing viewers to experience what it might be like to be on another planet, visually at least. ...Read full review
Just when one thought the Young Adult genre of movies was dead, The Space Between Us pops up and continues to make the case for the genre to be permanently buried. This is exactly the predictable, sappy and uninteresting tripe that audiences are quite tired of, and its difficult to find redeeming qualities to make the film worth recommending to anyone. ...Read full review

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