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Ad Astra

Ad Astra

The answers we seek are just outside our reach

The near future, a time when both hope and hardships drive humanity to look to the stars and beyond. While a mysterious phenomenon menaces to destroy life on planet Earth, astronaut Roy McBride undertakes a mission across the immensity of space and its many perils to uncover the truth about a lost expedition that decades before boldly faced emptiness and silence in search of the unknown.

Release Date : 17 Sep, 2019
Duration : 2h 3m
Science Fiction Drama
Vote Average : 6.1 Vote Count : 5,416 Popularity : 14.88

Top Billed Casting

  • Brad Pitt

    Brad Pitt

    Roy McBride

    (Acting)

  • Tommy Lee Jones

    Tommy Lee Jones

    H. Clifford McBride

    (Acting)

  • Ruth Negga

    Ruth Negga

    Helen Lantos

    (Acting)

  • John Ortiz

    John Ortiz

    Lieutenant General Rivas

    (Acting)

  • Liv Tyler

    Liv Tyler

    Eve

    (Acting)

  • Donald Sutherland

    Donald Sutherland

    Thomas Pruitt

    (Acting)

  • Greg Bryk

    Greg Bryk

    Chip Garnes

    (Acting)

  • Loren Dean

    Loren Dean

    Donald Stanford

    (Acting)

  • Kimberly Elise

    Kimberly Elise

    Lorraine Deavers

    (Acting)

  • John Finn

    John Finn

    Brigadier General Stroud

    (Acting)

  • LisaGay Hamilton

    LisaGay Hamilton

    Adjutant General Vogel

    (Acting)

  • Donnie Keshawarz

    Donnie Keshawarz

    Captain Lawrence Tanner

    (Acting)

  • Bobby Nish

    Bobby Nish

    Franklin Yoshida

    (Acting)

  • Sean Blakemore

    Sean Blakemore

    Willie Levant

    (Acting)

  • Freda Foh Shen

    Freda Foh Shen

    Captain Lu

    (Acting)

  • Kayla Adams

    Kayla Adams

    Female Flight Attendant

    (Crew)

  • Ravi Kapoor

    Ravi Kapoor

    Arjun Dhariwal

    (Acting)

  • Elisa Perry

    Elisa Perry

    Woman in White Pants-Shirt

    (Acting)

  • Daniel Sauli

    Daniel Sauli

    Sal

    (Acting)

  • Kimmy Shields

    Kimmy Shields

    Sergeant Romano

    (Acting)

  • Kunal Dudheker

    Kunal Dudheker

    Technician One

    (Acting)

  • Alyson Reed

    Alyson Reed

    Janice Collins

    (Acting)

  • Sasha Compère

    Sasha Compère

    Female Team Member

    (Acting)

  • Justin Dray

    Justin Dray

    Male Team Member

    (Acting)

  • Alexandria Rousset

    Alexandria Rousset

    Woman on Screen

    (Acting)

  • Natasha Lyonne

    Natasha Lyonne

    Tanya Pincus

    (Acting)

  • Zoro Saro Manuel Daghlian

    Zoro Saro Manuel Daghlian

    Spacecom Employee

    (Acting)

  • Jacob Sandler

    Jacob Sandler

    Young Roy

    (Acting)

  • Elizabeth Willaman

    Elizabeth Willaman

    Cepheus (voice)

    (Visual Effects)

  • Robert J. Yowell

    Robert J. Yowell

    Lunar Base Technician

    (Acting)

  • Nicholas Walker

    Nicholas Walker

    Lunar Medic

    (Acting)

  • Amanda Tudesco

    Amanda Tudesco

    Grace

    (Production)

  • Lisa Shows

    Lisa Shows

    Military Medic

    (Acting)

  • Brynn Route

    Brynn Route

    Shunga Hologram

    (Acting)

  • Valeri Ross

    Valeri Ross

    Moon TV Guest #1

    (Acting)

  • Rochelle Rose

    Rochelle Rose

    BBC News Reporter

    (Acting)

  • Eloy Perez

    Eloy Perez

    Lt. Nash

    (Acting)

  • Melvin Payne Jr.

    Melvin Payne Jr.

    Russian Astronaut

    (Acting)

  • Jean-Pierre Mouzon

    Jean-Pierre Mouzon

    American Astronaut

    (Acting)

  • Jen Morillo

    Jen Morillo

    Hologram Dancer

    (Acting)

  • Noelle Messier

    Noelle Messier

    Capt. Devries

    (Acting)

  • Anne McDaniels

    Anne McDaniels

    Shunga Hologram

    (Acting)

  • Kento Matsunami

    Kento Matsunami

    Hip Japanese Traveler

    (Acting)

  • Mallory Low

    Mallory Low

    Spacecom Employee

    (Acting)

  • Sheila M. Lockhart

    Sheila M. Lockhart

    Drug Addict

    (Acting)

  • Donna Lee

    Donna Lee

    Hip Japanese Traveler

    (Acting)

  • Halszka Kuza

    Halszka Kuza

    Dancer

    (Acting)

  • Matthew Jones

    Matthew Jones

    Paramedic

    (Acting)

  • Bayani Ison

    Bayani Ison

    Asian Male Host

    (Acting)

  • Danny Hamouie

    Danny Hamouie

    Rory Flynn

    (Acting)

  • Georgia James Gray

    Georgia James Gray

    Evelyn McBride

    (Acting)

  • Eleanor Goodall

    Eleanor Goodall

    Ship Med Tech

    (Acting)

  • Luis Richard Gomez

    Luis Richard Gomez

    Jim

    (Acting)

  • Eliza Gerontakis

    Eliza Gerontakis

    The Singing Face

    (Acting)

  • Vivian Fleming-Alvarez

    Vivian Fleming-Alvarez

    Mars Officer Daniels

    (Acting)

  • Lorell Bird Dorfman

    Lorell Bird Dorfman

    Earth Scientist

    (Acting)

  • Lawrence Dex

    Lawrence Dex

    Robert

    (Acting)

  • Bayardo De Murguia

    Bayardo De Murguia

    Hector Bustamante

    (Acting)

  • Rodney Damon Collins

    Rodney Damon Collins

    Mechanic

    (Acting)

Status

Released


Original Language

English


Production Country

Brazil


Budget

87,500,000


Revenue

132,807,427

Reviews

A review by SWITCH.

Written by SWITCH. on 16 Sep, 2019

‘Ad Astra’ is about as art house as Hollywood cinema gets; disguising a metaphysical drama as an action-packed sci-fi adventure is a clever move for James Gray. While not perfect, it’s consistently entertaining whilst offering an introspective investigation on how parents influence their child...

A review by MSB

Written by MSB on 19 Sep, 2019

If you enjoy reading my Spoiler-Free reviews, please follow my blog :) I love sci-fi space movies, especially when these depict the cosmos in such a visually stunning manner as Ad Astra does. It’s one of those films where the visuals elevate whatever narrative is being told. If you don’t get ...

A review by Stephen Campbell

Written by Stephen Campbell on 09 Oct, 2019

**_Despite some utterly absurd diversions (chase scene! horror scene! shoot-out scene!), this is a quality science-fiction narrative, suggesting the answers we seek in the stars are actually found within_** >_macte nova virtute, puer, sic itur ad astra, dis genite et geniture deos._ - Publius...

A review by Gimly

Written by Gimly on 29 Dec, 2019

I like quiet moments in big action/sci-fi type movies. The family sitdown at Avengers Tower in _Age of Ultron_ is probably the best part of that movie. The contemplative moments of John Wick are what make that character who he is. What is a little more odd, however, is when a quiet, reflective drama...

A review by The Movie Diorama

Written by The Movie Diorama on 16 Jan, 2020

Ad Astra galactically depicts sorrow, proving that no one can hear you cry in space. For the past few years, dramas set in the expansive dangers of space have been my bread and butter. Devouring them during my annual breakfast as I purposefully starve myself for the taste of space traversal. Every y...

A review by materialism

Written by materialism on 19 Jan, 2020

* Meh....

A review by Matthew Brady

Written by Matthew Brady on 27 Jan, 2020

“Work hard, play later.” Once a year ever since ‘Gravity’ was released, we seem to get new stories about the voyage of space where certain characters “do not go gentle into that good night.” I wasn’t wowed over the trailers for Ad Astra, because when you work at a cinema and spen...

A review by Melvin Samuel

Written by Melvin Samuel on 08 Mar, 2020

I really did like some moments in this movie. Some of the action was intense. The pacing went from quiet movements focusing on the protagonist internal struggle to intense chaotic external action. This repeated several times throughout the movie. These undulating beats made the movie predictable and...

A review by Louisa Moore - Screen Zealots

Written by Louisa Moore - Screen Zealots on 27 Mar, 2020

“Ad Astra” is one of the most cerebral sci-fi films I’ve ever seen. The original story from writer / director James Gray gives an intimate look at the emotional toll that comes from being just one man lost among the stars in the vastness of space. It’s like a more existential version of Terr...

A review by itsogs

Written by itsogs on 06 Apr, 2020

This movie had some decent actors, sadly the story was disappointing and quite slow. This would be a good option for those nights when you just can't fall asleep....

A review by RustyBoi

Written by RustyBoi on 21 Aug, 2020

One of the most emotionally impacting films I've ever seen. With its amazing cinematography and great performances it won me over....

A review by CinemaSerf

Written by CinemaSerf on 29 Mar, 2022

It is hard to write anything positive about Ad Astra but I shall try.: it does look great; the visual effects are unique in their brilliance and application, except, perhaps, for Star Trek, Star Wars, Mars, Starship Troopers, Battlestar Gallactica (you name it! ). The film moves along with the pace ...