A movie “Pandorum (2009)” produced by Christian Alvart. Pandorum is movie, can be considered a classic and real. It is one of the great movies. It is not possible to give a proper niche to this. We have time and again seen it, yet our thirst hasn’t quenched and appears we may see it again, during a hiatus of our professional and personal routines.
Let me to frankly let you know, that advanced viewings of “Pandorum” weren’t made, we don’t like to go to such details. That means, that the film sucks and the producers are not interested to stretch the word any more. Exclusively for the “Pandorum” it was inasmuch as they didn’t intend to spill any advance beans on the secrets, not all of which are replied.
A ship called the Elysium has been launched from an ill land. On it are thousands of people sent packing to inhabit in a new world, at a highly distant place. Since far away takes time, the people aboard are stacked away in private cryogenic capsules to either lapse some or all the journey in cellular slow-mo.
I say some inasmuch as someone has to drive and someone has to play Scotty. Crew are supposed to be awakened and then re-froze on shifts as the Elysium makes it’s way to the target planet Tanus, a land fully green, pleasant and entirely unfamiliar.
Christian Alvart directed and wrote the fable with Travis Milloy. Christian has a way with a science novel movie. “Pandorum” looks wonderful. The world edifice appears and looks as it should. The starship Elysium is a ship made for androids and not men. The travelers were never meant to live on the Elysium, only to sleep.
The gangways and corridors were erected for engineers to creep or walk in and for the purposeful tracking of cables and pipes. There are gobs of brilliant horror ingredients n metric tonnes of ultraviolence, mostly in the form of tight, physically sincere wrestle pictures.