Sorry, but, no, no, no. I feel like the idea of a man and a woman stranded on a desert island has been zapped by Land of the Lost Sleestacks (the masters of mixed genre) into a sci-fi scenario. “Passengers” has a bit to offer in performances and nuances, but it suffers from fact that there are already a bunch of Harlequin romance novels out there. And I’m sure Fabio has been to space before. I grant you that there is a twist in the plot, but is that really what the viewer “cares about” here? The producers have banked on
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