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Review: James Gray’s Thoughtful Space-Faring Odyssey, Ad Astra, Is A Sci-Fi Heart of Darkness
*** Warning the following review contains certain spoilers for Ad Astra ***
James Gray is a filmmaker known for intimate human dramas like We Own the Night, Two Lovers, and The Immigrant. After nearly three decades of writing and directing movies in this vein, he finally took a crack at a different genre, science fiction, with Ad Astra, which opens in theaters this Friday.
Not only did he crush a sci-fi venture on his first try, but the movie (whose title is Latin for “to the stars”) also cements Gray as one of Hollywood’s most interesting storytellers of the last 25 years.