#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – “400 Days” centers on four astronauts sent on a simulated mission to a distant planet to test the psychological effects of deep space travel. Locked away for 400 days, the crew’s mental state begins to deteriorate when they lose all communication with the outside world. Forced to exit the ship, they discover that this mission may not have been a simulation after all.
Plot: 4 would be astronauts spend 400 days in a land locked space simulator to test the psychological effects of deep space travel but, when something goes terribly wrong and they are forced to leave the simulation, they discover that everything on earth has changed. Is this real or is the simulation on a higher level than they could have ever imagined?
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Grmsch, Wasted potential.
OK. So it’s about a science experiment to investigate the effects of prolonged time of isolation of a group in tight space as preparation for space travel, where long periods of no contact with the outside world are expected. Exactly 400 days of said isolation.
They pretty much cast a whole lot of actors from the hit TV series Arrow and The Flash, namely Brandon Routh, Carly Loitz (which I lovingly call ‘The Chin’), and Tom Cavanagh.
These actors as well as the endearing premise caused me to watch that movie. And….my hopes pretty much fell apart.
The movie follows a long the typical low budget mystery and ‘horror’ plots of the ‘isolated people’ genre. Nothing, and I mean nothing original here with regards to script and direction.
The whole movie gives off the vibes of a Outer Limits episode. The sets feel very cheap. The story leads to nothing. No pay off at all. And at a runtime of 90 minutes it still felt very boring at long periods. Flashbacks try to establish some deeper characterization. But again, no relevance at all for the non-existent character development.
There is only two positive things I can say about the movie. First, the actors try at least a little bit (Brandon Routh and Tom Cavanagh are most often likable, even if they have absolutely nothing to work with from the script). Second, the premise remains interesting. But executed in such a way, it just is a giant case of wasted potential.
As a TV episode or short movie, OK, but with these 90 minutes, you should do something else…watch like 2 Outer Limits episodes.
So terrible that I endured the ‘Forgot my password’ process just to leave this warning…
I was willing to put up with 89 minutes of the low-budget quality of this ‘film’ just so I could see what apocalyptic calamity had befallen the earth during the crew’s 400 days. In the last minute the director and the rest of the incompetents implicated in this pathetic attempt at storytelling just gave up and left the viewer with a whole lot of nothing when we would have taken almost anything. Nothing endings only work well if crafted by skilled storytellers. Inception had a great nothing ending. For his sake, I hope this director just ran out of money – at least that would be a reason which would compute. You’re not being ‘cool’ ‘edgy’ or ‘neat’ by ending it this way. Netflix even got in on the scam by claiming in the description that the crew weren’t sure if the 400 day test might actually be real. This was never the illusion they were dealing with. Anyway, I guess I’m the fool for not checking here for reviews first. Fooled me once…
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 31 min (91 min)
Genre Mystery, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Director Matt Osterman
Writer Matt Osterman
Actors Brandon Routh, Dane Cook, Caity Lotz, Ben Feldman
Awards 1 nomination.
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Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
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