The Space between us is the lightest space-inspired film to date.




The story evolves on extraordinary life of Gardner Elliot who spent almost 16 years of his life in Mars after her mother died giving birth to him after an interplanetary mission to colonize the red planet. With the hope of finding his father on earth which is an unknown planet to him. While searching for his father, he began an online friendship with a girl named Tulsa. When he got a chance to go back to earth, his exploration began. Only to find out that Gardner’s organs can’t withstand the earth’s atmosphere. This unique love story is directed by Peter Chelsom.

Casts: Asa Butterfield, Gary Oldman, Carla Gugino, Britt Robertson, B.D. Wong, Janet Montgomery

Genre: Science-fiction, Action, Adventure (PG 13)

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Yes, the title of this blog is right. After The Martian, I will have to give The Space between us the title of the lightest space-inspired movie to date. This romantic and dramatic film catches so many emotions. The film will inspire you, make you fall in love and send a pinch in your heart. Its unique love story was well-executed and it was well-justified until the end. It started on a space mission setting and it beautifully set the mood right until the climax. I am impressed with the Production design especially during their space mission and their stay in Mars itself. Not too keen about space technicalities but I believe they have done it right. Loved how the director utilized the character on earth as well. Their engaging conversations and simple scenarios got me. I loved their locations too. The plot was laid well. Conflicts were also right with its slow phasing as a whole. The film’s strength lies with Asa Butterfield who effectively portrayed a naive teenager setting foot on earth. He was just lovable, charming and talented. The supporting casts were also good. It was an over-all feel-good movie that will inspire you and  make you smile from beginnning to end.


Naaah! I love Asa Butterfield. That’s all.


10/10 Popcorns.

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