The Space Between Reviews

  • Nov 15, 2014

    I didn't find it amazing. It's ok. I like other films that deal with 9/11 better. Meh.

    I didn't find it amazing. It's ok. I like other films that deal with 9/11 better. Meh.

  • Jul 26, 2013

    Beautiful movie of the travel across the country with a stranger category -- definitely worth watching.

    Beautiful movie of the travel across the country with a stranger category -- definitely worth watching.

  • Cynthia S Super Reviewer
    Apr 01, 2013

    Nice movie. Very touching...

    Nice movie. Very touching...

  • Mar 28, 2013

    Very gripping performances from the cast. Not a film though i would watch again, from its particular historical focus

    Very gripping performances from the cast. Not a film though i would watch again, from its particular historical focus

  • Mar 20, 2013

    A but slow and predictable

    A but slow and predictable

  • Sep 17, 2012

    Melissa Leo does an excellent job with her character. I thought that it was a very heartfelt movie. I would recommend this movie to anyone.

    Melissa Leo does an excellent job with her character. I thought that it was a very heartfelt movie. I would recommend this movie to anyone.

  • Sep 14, 2012

    A good, moving film. There are areas for improvement, but a good good film nonetheless. Melissa Leo was fantastic as always.

    A good, moving film. There are areas for improvement, but a good good film nonetheless. Melissa Leo was fantastic as always.

  • May 08, 2012

    Not bad. Nice soundtrack.

    Not bad. Nice soundtrack.

  • Apr 15, 2012

    Le petit garçon qui ramène celle qui n'en avait plus rien à secouer dans le droit chemin, sur fond de 9/11...

    Le petit garçon qui ramène celle qui n'en avait plus rien à secouer dans le droit chemin, sur fond de 9/11...

  • Apr 01, 2012

    Travis Fine's The Space Between wants to be a great movie; it's clearly aching to be one. It wants it so bad, you want it too. But it's not a great movie. It takes a very good idea -- a ground-level view of 9/11, as seen by a jaded stewardess and the Muslim, unaccompanied minor in her charge -- and plugs it into yet another road movie structure.

    Travis Fine's The Space Between wants to be a great movie; it's clearly aching to be one. It wants it so bad, you want it too. But it's not a great movie. It takes a very good idea -- a ground-level view of 9/11, as seen by a jaded stewardess and the Muslim, unaccompanied minor in her charge -- and plugs it into yet another road movie structure.