The Titan
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A military family takes part in a ground-breaking experiment of genetic evolution and space exploration.

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FILMINK (Australia) - 9/10 by Travis JohnsonPossibly worth a Sunday afternoon couch date when you've exhausted the more interesting options out there, but don't go in expecting anything transcendent.
Blu-ray.com - 9/10 by Brian OrndorfIsn't frightening or corrupt enough, but it does have a premise capable of producing remarkable weird science, making the viewing experience more frustrating than haunting.
The Mail on Sunday (UK) - 6/10 by Matthew BondWith Sam Worthington leading a rather unconvincing cast, the first half genuinely intrigues but the Earthbound story falters as things, er, evolve.
Decider - 6/10 by Joe ReidThe Titan gets that impulse, even if the end result of our desired fish-man-ification is alienation from our loved ones, an inability to communicate, and a tendency towards violence.
Indiewire - 5/10 by David EhrlichA clever but unformed hunk of speculative science-fiction.
IGN - 5/10 by Matt FowlerTaylor Schilling does her best here to keep things alive and afloat but The Titan insists on languishing in unremarkable material way too long.
The Straits Times (Singapore) - 4/10 by John LuiBut [Lennart] Ruff refuses to go there, into the gross-out, squishy, pulpy, B-movie zone that would give this venture a semblance of a purpose.
HeyUGuys - 4/10 by Linda MarricWhilst offering up a vital commentary on ethics in science and ecology, The Titan sadly fails to live up to the story it wants to tell, and ultimately ends sounding a little too nonsensical for it to be taken seriously.
Time Out - 4/10 by Dan JolinTo be fair to first-time feature director Lennart Ruff, he has far less money than James Cameron to pull off this gloomy sci-fi thriller. But that’s no excuse for aiming so low when it comes to your concepts and characterisation.
Metro (UK) - 4/10 by Larushka Ivan-ZadehThis hokey sci-fi won't exactly transport you to another place but it is oddly diverting if you're in guilty-pleasure mode

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