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It takes a movie like “Passengers” to act as a reminder that not all romantic stories are created equal. Some soar due to heartfelt content or smartly designed adversity, and there’s the latest from “The Imitation Game” director Morten Tyldum, which is completely bereft of heart, mind, and even soul. It’s often astonishing to grasp what “Passengers” believes to be warm, cuddly entertainment, marching forward with plot so fundamentally screwy, there’s no star power in the world capable of selling it in any appealing way. Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt commit for the most part, but even they lose faith in the final act, finally giving up a picture that bizarrely tries to transform absolute horror and cold-blooded murder into the date night event of 2016. Read the rest at


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