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Re: “Movie Review: Passengers Proves a Bad Ending Can Ruin an Otherwise Good Movie

Best ending should have been:

Aurora got really hurt by projectile (in movie it hit her arm). It should have done massive damage to body causing fatal bleeding.
Jim hurt by that plasma going through the tunnel but he is ok.
Aurora saves him like she did but after catching him and pulling him close to her, goes unconscious due to blood loss. She is near death.
Jim carries her to healing chamber. Puts her inside. Computer informs 100% chance to save Aurora.
Camera should be on Jim's face before he presses O.K. button to start healing.
His face expression should be like he discovered something ( the option to put Aurora to sleep). His eye become a little watery, we hear beep to start the procedure. The screen goes dark.
She wakes up, image is blurry. She sees a man(looks like Jim), she smiles. Vision clears. The man in front of her is not Jim. Her smile disappears. She cries. Jim is long gone

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Posted by Sergej on 02/19/2017 at 7:39 PM

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