Dreadful romance about two boring people and the plot inventions that keep them apart. My number one question for movie couple is what would either of these two see in the other.For newcomer Felicity Jones there’s a pretty good answer; she’s beautiful and creative and pleasant to be around, though it is her inexplicable decision that dooms them. For her counterpart in Anton Yelchin, the answer is less clear. He designs furniture and he likes Paul Simon. I think that’s it. And yet, it’s Yelchin that has two terrific women (Jennifer Lawrence is the other) bending over backwards for him. Some guys have all the luck. The emo romance is not compelling enough to care about and the audience gives up on them long before the movie does.