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Ad Astra | Official Trailer 2 [HD] | 20th Century FOX

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A paranoid thriller in space that follows Roy McBride (Brad Pitt) on a mission across an unforgiving solar system to uncover the truth about his missing father and his doomed expedition that now, 30 years later, threatens the universe.

In Theaters September 20

Directed by: James Gray

Written by: James Gray & Ethan Gross

Produced by: Brad Pitt, Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner, James Gray, Anthony Katagas, Rodrigo Teixeira, Arnon Milchan

Cast: Brad Pitt, Tommy Lee Jones, Ruth Negga, Liv Tyler and Donald Sutherland

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  1. Mercent

    There are so many layers: loneliness, search for creator, stoicism…you can read it in so many ways. This is art, a masterpiece.

  2. EsDiDi

    What a movie! I watched it last night and I think it will stay on my mind for a long time. Epic journey, really, and not just journey into the space (indeed, are we really all alone?). He has this speech at the beginning and when he repeats the same speech at the end of the movie, but with a completely new interpretation, you realize what a long journey this has been into his own soul as well. Absolutely beautiful, somewhere close to Interstellar, but more psychological, I would say. A must see, for any SF fan.

  3. elpachonisimo SOS

    Me gusto la película, pero al ver este trailer veo que la recortaron mucho espero pronto poder ver el largometraje completo.

  4. Rigel Moon

    The reason so many of these incredible stories get poor viewer (audience) ratings yet receive great critical reviews (Rotten Tomatoes) is simply because the average movie-goer is obviously stupid.  S/he is not smart enough to get the plot.  S/he leaves the theatre dumbfounded and disappointed due to the simple fact that uh duh!  No movie comes with a cheat sheet.  That goes against everything movie-going is about.  Had they paid closer attention in literature classes, they may have come away with the skills necessary to objectively hone in on all important plots/sub-plots.  These people are not capable of critical thinking.

  5. Lightsoutlightson1

    Saw this yesterday. It was kind of slow. A lot of introspection and dark. We liked "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" a lot more.

  6. oborchert

    Just watched the movie, almost fell asleep. It is more a family drama rather than a space movie. Not worthwhile wasting your money on.

  7. Odysseus

    A very good movie, with a decent plot. The acting was solid, the cinematography and music was awesome and the handful of action scenes were great, especially the space pirates scene. It drew inspiration from Interstellar and Space Odyssey (but is not close to as boring as Space Odyssey). All in all, a great, down-to-earth, psychological, introspective film which keeps delivering breathtaking views from start to finish.

  8. DSAR

    Wow – a great movie with a very powerful theological message. It’s not popular because it’s a cerebral SciFi movie with no aliens or space battles. In their great and expensive quest to find intelligent alien life, they find …. none. The best line of the movie is when Brad Pitt says something along the lines of “They only saw what wasn’t there and missed what was staring them in the face”.

    We witness an increasingly frantic and futile search for intelligent alien life in the real world and miss what’s staring us in the face – i.e., a powerful cosmological argument for the existence of God. A very compelling movie and one of the best SciFy flicks I’ve seen. Highly recommended.

  9. KapxCian

    Watched this yesterday not pleased all I can say is one of the worst entertainment movie I've ever seen same for my friends who came

  10. Mac McDonald

    Ad Astra, to me, has a strong place in the space-themed science fiction movie category, missing Interstellar's mark by only a hair; and as much as it may borrow from Interstellar in its concept, it is just as good in its own right, presenting the captivating-space-near-future-story line in a unique and beautiful array of sound and image.

    It handles man's portrayal of his own sanity and identity with intelligence and truth.

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