Colin Farrell, barely awake). The kids gulp a Dixie cup of blue goo each day, which suppresses their emotions and libidos. The government naturally would prefer its specimens produce offspring in the un-fun laboratory way, rather than allow a bunch of sex-crazed young people to go loco on an expensive spacecraft.
Then — uh-oh! — the crew eschews the goo, and the teenage brain takes over.Fans of science-fiction will recognize bits from vastly superior properties: The placating drugs of Aldous Huxley’s “Brave New World,” the closely guarded memories of Lois Lowry’s “The Giver,” the sequestered paranoia of “Alien.” They’re all here, and dumber.Read more on nypost.com