Interesting film from beginning to end. Initially seems like almost a B movie but that doesn't stop it from being captivating, heart breaking and curious. Especially when it comes to the Russian navy and what it didn't have in the 90s. It's fascinating that so many horrible decisions were made in relatively recent history that led to this tragic disaster. And also the underlying moral here, if humans would work together instead of competing and trying to one-up each other,…
I needed to watch this film to realize I've never really watched this film. More of a cultural reference then an actual film, this thing is actually still very good above all for the fantastic performances by both Ryan and Krystel. The questions are a bit dated, but it's still interesting to take a cursery look at friendships between humans who may or may not find each other attractive.
Plus you get a decent dose of 80s and 90s NYC.
So this pile of shit is among the best space films we've had for the past decade? Please. People. Calm down.
Taking nothing away from the amount of work put into this thing, which includes amazing visuals that Im sure I would have appreciated more if I wasn't watching it at home on a reasonable (non-I-Max) screen. I have no doubt about the production value in this film. But what I have big doubts is the amount of cliché monologues…