This sci-fi movie with Matt Damon and Emily Blunt flew under the radar but now you can give it a try on SkyShowtime

The story is a romance inspired by one of the stories written by Philip K. Dick.

There are movies that hit theaters and at the time, they don’t get much attention. Thanks to streaming platforms, films can have a second life and some deserve a chance. An example is that of Hidden destinationwhich you can see now in SkyShowtimea new streaming platform that landed in Spain on February 28 and where you will find content from Universal, Dreamworks, Sky, Peacock, Nickelodeon, Showtime, Paramount+, and Paramount Pictures.

Hidden destination, directed by George Nolfi, is a science fiction romance film starring Matt Damon and Emily Blunt. The story is based on a story written by Philip K. Dick and follows David Norrisa down-on-his-luck politician who meets a dancer named elise sellas. Both realize that they have feelings for each other, but living a romance will not be easy for them.

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So far, Hidden destination It seems like just a romantic drama, but now is when the sci-fi of the story comes into play. David discovers that his connection to Elise threatens the plans of the Agents of Destiny, some men who will do everything possible to prevent the protagonists from coming together. So, when David understands all that is at stake, he must make a decision: accept fate and walk away from Elise or risk and face the establishment to be with her.

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Hidden destination It hit theaters in 2011 to positive reviews. However, that was not enough, since the film only collected more than 127 million dollars Worldwide.

The film has a cast to consider. Not only for Damon and Blunt, whose chemistry stood out on the big screen. Hidden destination recruited Anthony Mackie, the new Captain America of the Marvel Cinematic Universe before debuting as sam wilson in the winter soldier. There are also other names like Michael Kelly, Terence Stamp and John Slattery.

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