Conclusion: it's a great b-movie.
also stars Patrick Wilson, David Morse, Andre Braugher, Clea DuVall and Dianne Wiest.
directed by Rodrigo Garcia.
I just never really felt anything for the characters and I felt a bit distracted because there was nothing holding me to the screen and what was happening on it.
I loved the storyline but everything just happened a bit too fast which means that I never really had time to feel anything when watching it.
5 to 10 survivors survive a disastrous airline crash announcing Claire (Anne Hathaway) as their therapist to get over their ordeals with one patient named Eric played by Patrick Wilson choosing to have his therapy done at his home, except that things are not what it appears to be and that the crash may be as a result of an explosion and not be what it's thought it would be as it was first assumed which is human error.
(May contain spoils)
This movie may have worked better if "Passengers" was shortened as a television pilot than as a featured film since they bored the viewers a little too much by using the first hour centering on the relationship of it's two characters of Patrick Wilson and Anne Hathaway. This is like "The Sixth Sense" or "Jacob's Ladder" on a plane except this one took too much time to get there.
2.5 out of 4