Hell is a theater where the double-feature is Passengers and Voyagers. Like the former, Voyagers follows a group of people who have embarked on an expedition to colonize a distant planet, the main difference is these people are awake and must breed to ensure this multigenerational mission is successful. The movie picks up with a generation that has enhanced intelligence and takes drugs to suppress emotional impulses. Played by a group of young actors led by Lily-Rose Depp, Tye Sheridan, and Fionn Whitehead, the character names don’t matter because it’s impossible to feel anything for them even when the shit starts to hit the fan. It doesn’t take long before this crew kicks the drugs, leaning into their most primitive nature as they descend into poorly acted chaos fueled by fear, lust, and the hunger for power. In the race to make a great space movie, Voyagers is coming in somewhere near last place.