Harried 'Space Between Us' wastes interesting premise on rushed delivery

“The Space Between Us” plays like a movie trailer. After a promising first act, things start coming in frenetic fashion, with enough high points to give you a sense of a story, but a feeling that the film doesn’t know what it wants to be
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Joshua Terry is a freelance writer and photographer who also teaches English composition for Weber State University. You can also find him on YouTube.