I admire how Netflix and Paramount just tossed this out there right after announcing it during the Super Bowl. I can't say I found the actual movie terribly compelling, though. (I also didn't care for 10 Cloverfield Lane, though, either.)
The lead actress was appealing, but none of the rest of the cast were interesting. Stuff just...happens, without any logical reason and often in unexplained, almost supernatural ways.
The volume of cliches, jump scares, plot "twists," pseudoscience, and melodramatic musical cues got a bit silly after two hours. It felt an awful lot like someone trying to create an Event Horizon II without the stomach for violence.
I guess it looked pretty good for a movie made on a handful of sets with lots of solid space CG. But if we can't connect with the characters, we can't care what happens to them. And throwing in a lot of pointless conflict, especially the needless monologuing at the end, just wastes our time.
2/10 would not watch again.