Passengers (2016) Trailer and Top Quotes

Passengers (2016) Trailer and Top Quotes

A spacecraft transporting thousands of people to a distant colony planet has a malfunction in one of its sleep chambers. As a result, a single passenger is awakened 90 years before anyone else. Faced with the prospect of growing old and dying alone, he eventually decides to wake up a second passenger.

Top Passenger Quotes

Arthur: You two look fine this evening.
Aurora: We’re on a date.
Arthur: Very nice.
Aurora: [to Jim] Took you long enough to ask. So why’d you give up your life on Earth?

Jim Preston: [seeing Aurora in a beautiful black dress] Wow.
Aurora: You clean up pretty good yourself.

Aurora: We boarded the Avalon with the destination a hundred and twenty years hibernation means you wake up in a new century, on a new planet, but a year ago everything changed.

[we see Jim wake up from his hibernation]
Jim: Hello? Anybody here?

[Jim sends a robot to Aurora]
Aurora: Hello.
[the robot hands her a note from Jim which says, “Dinner tonight? Jim”]
Aurora: Is he asking me on a date?
[the robot nods and hands her a pen; Aurora writes her response on the paper and give it to the robot]
Jim: She didn’t seem that impressed.

[as he sees Aurora walking towards him for their dinner date wearing a black dress]
Jim: Wow.
Aurora: You clean up pretty good yourself. You went shopping.
Jim: I went shoplifting.
[Aurora laughs

Arthur: Who wants to sleep on a beautiful day like this?
[sitting down at the ship’s bar and get served by the human looking robot, Arthur]
Arthur: You two look fine this evening.
Aurora: We’re on a date.
Arthur: Very nice.
Aurora: [to Jim] It took you long enough to ask.
Jim: I was giving you space.
Aurora: Oh. Space, the one thing I do not need more of.

Aurora: [to Jim] So why did you give up your life on earth?

[Jim sees Aurora for the first time]
Aurora: Hello? Do you know what’s going on? Nobody else is awake?
Jim: I think something went wrong with the hibernation pods. We woke up too soon, ninety years too soon.

Aurora: This can’t be happening, we have to go back to sleep.
Jim: We can’t.
Aurora: What do we do now?

Aurora: It’s the greatest migration of human history.
Aurora: We’re stranded on a sinking ship.

Jim: The controls, the engines, it’s all designed to keep us out.
Aurora: There has to be a way.

Jim: [to Aurora] Something’s wrong, something big.

Jim: [to Aurora] Do you trust me?

Jim: This ship’s going to go, I have to do this.
Aurora: No! You die, I die!

Jim: [to Aurora] There’s something I have to tell you.

Jim: [to Aurora] There’s a reason we woke up early.