Kali Rocha

'Space Station 76' roams pointlessly

'Space Station 76' roams pointlessly

It's hard to say what the creators of "Space Station 76" were aiming for. But whatever it was, they didn't achieve it.

A good cast and much proven comic talent — on both sides of the camera — are lost in space as director Jack Plotnick and his co-screenwriters Sam Pancake, Jennifer Elise Cox, Kali Rocha and Michael Stoyanov fail to nail a satisfying theme, narrative or purpose.

"Space Station 76" is set on a spaceship in, as the press notes clarify, "the future as it was imagined in the 1970s." But this is no "Star Trek"-type enterprise. Instead, we're on a kind of flying condo complex with several unhappy, dysfunctional married...

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