In the 2016 film Passengers, Jennifer Lawrence's character Aurora Lane says that her plan was to travel to the planet Homestead II, live there for one year, and
I just watched Passengers (2016), and I loved it. Makes me wish that they'd come out with some sort of a sequel. One question I have is how they died. When Gus
In Passengers (2016), the ship is running all its systems even though nobody is expected to be awake for another 90 years. Why is that? I'm especially talking t
Is there any explanation in the movie that I missed as to why the two main characters in Passengers have no children despite living 60 or more years after getti
At the end of the movie Passengers, the 2 main characters have grown a garden. That's understandable; earlier we saw plants growing on one part of the ship. But
Why was the whole crew of the ship in Passengers locked in a separated room which no regular passenger had access to? What reason could there be to separate th
I just watched the movie Passengers and I am not understanding whether in future we have invented a way for humans to live forever but keeping all 5000 people w
The logic in Passengers seems flawed that Jim could send a $6000 message back to earth, buy whatever he wanted at the bar and for dinner, but he could never get
In Passengers, the android Arthur remarked on Aurora's beauty when he first saw her: "Who's the lovely lady?" According to science, androids or robots d
In Passengers, there is a scene where Arthur tells Aurora that Jim couldn't wait to wake her up from hibernation. But Jim specifically tells Arthur, an android,
In the movie Passengers (2016), it is demonstrated that 2 sensible adults, with proper authorization and even without proper formal training, can do quite a bit
In Passengers, Chris Pratt's character "Jim", apparently has no backstory to his character. When being "interviewed" by Aurora, he even avoids answering the que
Why would a colonization trip like the Avalon make a round-trip voyage to carry one returning passenger? It seems like it would be better for the colonists to d
I remember that there was initially a meteor strike, but It does not come clear to me why this, above all things, would cause a hibernation pod to malfunction.
The captain of the spaceship in Passengers suddenly comes in out of nowhere to complain about a tree being planted. Was the captain inside a pod or was he awake
In Passengers, why didn't Jim's hair and beard growing? Even after we die, beards and nails are supposed to grow?