‘I.S.S.’ Review: A Thrilling Zero-gravity Apocalypse

'I.S.S.' Review a Thrilling Zero-gravity Apocalypse (Showtime)

In the gripping space thriller “I.S.S.”, director Gabriela Cowperthwaite masterfully crafts a tale of tension and suspense aboard the International Space Station.

As the crew’s initial camaraderie gives way to distrust and betrayal, the film’s strong performances and expert direction create a palpable sense of unease.

Zero gravity apocalypse in the movie ‘I.S.S’ (Showtime)

The story takes a dark turn when a series of massive explosions rocks the Earth, and the crew receives ominous orders from ground control.

As the astronauts and cosmonauts turn against each other, the film’s themes of humanity and remorse add depth to the characters, making their actions more nuanced and complicated.

Despite its predictable plot, “I.S.S.” remains a compelling and intense indie space opera. The film’s vision of a world on fire is haunting, and its exploration of the psychological ramifications of conflict is thought-provoking.

While the romance and character development may be undercooked, the film’s premise is fascinating, and its execution is skillful. With its talented cast, including Ariana DeBose, Chris Messina, and John Gallagher Jr., “I.S.S.” is a must-see for fans of sci-fi and suspense.

Cowperthwaite’s direction is masterful, ratcheting up the tension and creating a sense of urgency that propels the film forward. With its gripping storyline and strong performances, “I.S.S.” is a thrilling ride that will keep you on the edge of your seat until the very end.