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Can't remember a whole lot but it's a Space movie where a guy boards on with his ex wife/girlfriend and shes like a doctor who examines them and gives them daily shots. There are about 4-5 crew members and they find an Earth like planet which is a ghost town until they go in a building and the people they find are acting weird and give the crew weird green goopy soup. I don't remember much else but one of the crew members goes off with a girl and doesn't come back I think.

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    You have a decent start here could you have a look at this guide to see if there are any other details you can edit into the question. For example, when did you see it? – TheLethalCarrot Mar 12 '18 at 9:17
  • Not sure about it, but Pandorum shares some similarities with what you described. Like said earlier, can you be more precise ? – MOTZI Mar 12 '18 at 9:42
  • Do you remember when you watched? Did they have personal computers on it or was it more like Star Trek Original Series? Any robots? – jo1storm Mar 12 '18 at 9:46
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The green soup and the ghost town sounds like 400 Days (Wikipedia).

Green Soup

There is a four person crew with a similar relationship dynamic… the ships Doctor/Physcologist was his fiancée not his wife, but she bailed on him. She administers immunisation boosters regularly.

Shots

The big guy "Cole", getting the shot above, is the one that goes to the bar and disappears after meeting up with a women he's convinced was at their "launch" ceremony.

The other difference is that they are on a 400 day long simulation of a space flight not an actual flight.

According to the people from the town

The moon was destroyed by something, resulting in a dust cloud that covered the world… bringing about the end of civilisation.

  • This looks really like another film I saw a few years ago, and now I want to figure out what that one was... – moopet Mar 12 '18 at 10:55
  • The OP describes "400 Days" pretty accurately other than the space part, so is there a definite scene of a spaceship? – Jason K Mar 12 '18 at 14:22
  • No, they descend into a bunker. The only spacecraft are in the opening credits and are historical footage of previous space going vehicles played under sections of speeches by Reagan and Obama. – Craig Mar 12 '18 at 20:20

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