Solaris 2002

Superstar George Clooney turns in a stellar performance in this "brilliant sci-fi movie" (New York Daily News) from Academy Award winners Steven Soderbergh (2000 - Best Director, Traffic) and James Cameron (1997 - Best Picture, Titanic).Aboard a lonely space …
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Superstar George Clooney turns in a stellar performance in this "brilliant sci-fi movie" (New York Daily News) from Academy Award winners Steven Soderbergh (2000 - Best Director, Traffic) and James Cameron (1997 - Best Picture, Titanic).
Aboard a lonely space station orbiting a mysterious planet, terrified crewmembers are experiencing a host of strange phenomena, including resurrected phantoms from their pasts. And when psychologist Chris Kelvin (Clooney) arrives to investigate, he confronts a power beyond imagining that could hold the key to humanity's deepest dreams...or darkest nightmares. Co-starring Natascha McElhone and Jeremy Davies, Solaris is "mind-bending!" (Rolling Stone).

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  • Slow, pensive, and "psychological" does not automatically = good. Pretty much a wholly intellectual experience (and incoherent at that).

  • In part science fiction, in part psychological/love story, with a touch of philosophy. Deserves 3.5 stars!

    Eva
  • This movie is not to everybody`s taste, but I found it interesting. quite slow, and requires attention by the viewer. Not many actors, but they are all good

  • Not usually a sci-fi buff I found George Cloony's performance a stand out. His support actors were great also. No many actors in this film but all are stellar. I find this film difficult to review because of the subject (the film deals with consciousness) but never the less well worth watching for the thought provoking ending.

  • The cinematography is at times, deep and wonderful. The ending romantically poignant. I forgot Clooney was clooney, and not in a good way I think. Stirred up a feeling of the vastness of space and its' loneliness. Making the ending more ironic and infuriating. At least Whoopi Goldberg wasn't in there to make it worse.

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