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Plot: A team of scientists aboard the International Space Station discover a rapidly evolving life form, that caused extinction on Mars, and now threatens the crew and all life on Earth. Runtime: 104 mins Release Date: 24 Mar 2017
Ignore the hate and give it a go! (by mukool-hastak)
I've seen a loooot of bad reviews for this movie, the primary reason for the hate being that the plot was 'unrealistic' or 'implausible'........ uhm.........what the f**k, haters? If you want to watch a sci-fi alien monster movie that's 'realistic', go watch some NASA documentaries, don't come to the cinemas.Another reason for all the bad reviews seems to be that it 'tries to imitate Alien but fails'. Well, f**k, then no one else should ever try to make another space monster movie ever! Lets just keep watching the 1979 'Alien' again and <more>
again........seriously.....So, why do i think this movie is so much better than all the negative press it is getting ? Well for a change it's set on the ISS, not a fictional planet or space-ship floating around 100s of light-years away..... implausible they say . It has people who seem to be astronauts, dealing with a growing life form, rather than space heroes shooting space guns at space monsters unrealistic, they say . The horror, suspense and intrigue which critics say stems for unrealistic situations is in my opinion a near-perfect example of Murphy's law in action. Then, the acting another prickly point for the critics is actually very well done given the situations the characters find themselves in. Reynolds, Gylenhaal & Ferguson all deliver solid performances in an era where all the 'acting' talent is reserved for sentimental Oscar-bait movies. As for the plot? strong, fast-paced yet coherent enough for us uninitiated every-day astronauts. And a SOLID twist at the very end.So, all-in-all, ignore the hate and give this movie a try \m/
Great sci-fi flick for normal people (by folkemohl)
And by saying normal I mean those, who watch movies for entertainment purposes, and who have a vivid imagination. And who know what they are watching. I love sci-fi movies, I've seen a lot of them, and I was really looking forward to watching this one. There are many reviews that say it's full of dumb and illogical things and so on. Well, I still decided to watch the movie and there was not a single moment, when a had a smile on my face, thinking - what a nonsense! Maybe there were some logical errors in the plot, but I don't think about things like that when I know I'm <more>
watching a movie about aliens, and not some sort of wildlife documentary. Aliens, Carl! Things that don't exist! Well, maybe they do, but that's another subject . If you work at NASA and you've had a really bad day and now you're just searching for some incentive to start smashing your TV in order to release all that bad energy - this movie might do the trick. But if you just want to watch a good movie about space and stuff - there's quite a big chance you'll like it! Just remember - this is not a math test you have to correct. Don't search for mistakes, just relax and enjoy. It's a really well made thriller, definitely better than the last Alien movie.
I refused to go with friends that always put down science fiction movies because of their lack of action. After seeing this movie alone, I wish I had not. They would have loved this movie! It was suspenseful from the beginning to the end! I stayed on edge the entire time. I love science fiction, anyway, but this took the excitement up a notch for science fiction movies. The ending was magnificent! The only problem was the immense amount of sweating by the characters at the end when they were claiming to be freezing. Other than that, the movie was a pleasant surprise!
People didn't like it because the creature didn't seem realistic (by tony-clifton)
I've been reading reviews of this movie and it seemed many people didn't like it because they thought this carbon/water based creature was unrealistic. Nothing can survive the vacuum of space, extreme cold and extreme heat, no water and food for years, etc... but there IS an organism that can do that. It's called a "tardigrade" - this little creature can survive lethal amounts of radiation, 1 degree above absolute zero temperature, it can turn its body into glass to survive extreme dehydration, it can survive the vacuum of space and the pressure of many hundreds of <more>
meters underwater and survive above boiling temperature.Coincidentally, shortly after learning about this fascinating creature I came across the movie "Life", and that's probably why I love it so much. What would happen if a hostile alien with the durability of a tardigrade and a lethality of a xenomorph decided to hunt us down? I was thrilled at the prospect! Although some will fault some of the poor choices of the characters, I found them on par with the choices of "Alien:Covenant" characters, but I wasn't going to fault the movie because the premise intrigued me so much. I for one, found it an exciting and thrilling movie!!
Horribly Beautiful or beautifully horrible ? (by xmike-25541)
Im huge fan of scifi so couldn't missed it.. nothing is perfect including this film, but come on, don't be like those guys who criticize every scene in logical,physical,scientific point of view..it has great freshness in it, very welcomed ending, great build up and working start of the second act. film has numerous scenes where you get goosebumps, especially girls will be shocked no doubt. Only thing is that Reynolds is predictably the "funny guy" of this crew and it seems bit annoying. he maybe wanted this role and be similar like in dead-pool or so.. he is funny guy and i <more>
like this person in real life but he should try to play very reasonable, pragmatic, calm guys.. maybe he should play Gylenhaal's role.. Characters are only weak point. you must like em from another movies to wish them luck here. you don't know em much. you see who's got family, who's got spooky sense for living in space, but is it enough ? Yes movie has ALien 1979 DNA in it, yes its modern-like horror, but first of all it has power to scare you or spook you at least , because the monster is pretty awesome, scary and it has all horror ingrediences in that monster design. I think its very very working film, and i would recommned to everyone, firstly to all who are not scifi fans because at least you would see what you are missing..
Life is a lot of fun and intense. With a great cast ensemble and thrills. It can't be missed, (by cruise01)
Life is an awesome fun science fiction horror film that covers familiar ground with the story all while keeping the thrills and adrenaline rushing. Lets cross the first thing that may be running in everyone's minds and comparing Life to the Alien movie. Yes, it has that familiar plot of astronauts in a space station. They discover some lifeform that evolves into a killing monster. Everyone is killed off one by one. Life is more grounded compared to Alien. Sticking to a modern time and being more believable with the concept as the space crew reconnect with their satellite probe that was <more>
sent to Mars to get some samples. Some of those samples have some hibernating organism that develops and grows rapidly and gains intelligence. Next thing you know, this alien species they call "Calvin," is an unstoppable killing machine. The creature design on Calvin was also grounded and its incredible strength. Besides having a familiar story, the direction and script was fast paced and intense. The script tries to build some characterization briefly with the space crew. From an introspective Dr. Jordan Jake Gyllenhaal , a medical analysis Dr. North Rebecca Ferguson , Hugh Ariyon Bakare , Katerina Olga Dihovichnaya , Roy Ryan Reynolds , and Sho Hiroyuki Sanada . We learn briefly about these characters, but you also care for them when they meet a deadly bloody fate. Even, if there are some stupid choices made, being made for a logical reason. You actually feel sad when somebody dies in the film. Kind of rare for most horror films now and days, when the script has nothing but stock characters. The first character death scene was disturbing and bloody when their fate is sealed in a horrible way. Just like how Alien had that dinner table scene that really set the tone. The film does have plenty of thrills, as characters are trying to figure a way to eliminate Calvin and avoiding the alien from reaching Earth even if it requires they sacrifice their lives. What makes the thrills is the space station being small and tight corridors with the alien freely roaming and killing characters off. The intensity never slows down. The direction was pretty exciting, seeing characters being in a zero gravity setting and the visual effects was stunning and the creature design was grounded and creepy. It does have a fun great cast ensemble with some recognizable actors like Ryan Reynolds, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Rebecca Ferguson. And a few others. Without giving away spoilers, the film does have a twist in the end that left myself with a frustrated and surprised reaction in a good way. I thought the ending was intense and a bit nerve wrecking. But left the movie being satisfied. Overall, Life is a really good sci-fi horror movie that worked great on its own; it was a lot of fun, intense, and thrilling. Better than expected. I definitely recommend it if you care for the genre. I rate Life 4.5 out of 5 stars.
Just got back from seeing this and I have to say that I thought it was a really good film.I see that RT only has it at 65% and it's being made out to be a cheap Alien clone but I think that is doing it a dis-service. I felt it was intelligently made, set characters and situations well and created a palpable sense of tension. Criticism that it's a blatant re-run of Alien are unjustified. Granted, it's about an alien life form in space but that to me is where the similarity ends.Alien isn't the only scary film set in space that is allowed to be made and if Prometheus is anything <more>
to go by, Ridley has no right to be the only person allowed to make sci-fi horror films. It captured well the excitement of discovery, the wonder of space and the precariousness of facing any problems up there.The effects were good, you could see what was going on, there was unease and dread and it kept me thoroughly absorbed and entertained. I don't want to elaborate anymore for fear of giving away spoilers but if you like a bit of tension with your sci-fi, it's worth checking out. Try to avoid the critic reviews if you can as I think going in a little blind will help your enjoyment.
Bonechilling, frightening and unexpecting with...empty characters? (by eparazak)
I'm starting to notice a trend in movies throughout the beginning of the year. Ever since January, we've been getting quite a few different horror/thriller films this year. The results have been mixed to generally positive; Split and Get Out have received positive attention for instance. And now we have Life.Life is about a group of six astronauts who discover a single cell on Mars. They all research it for a while, the cell grows into a life form, and they discover that the life form is very deadly, and the astronauts must work together to keep it from reaching earth.I'm going to <more>
start with what I didn't like about the movie. My main issue with it has to be the characters. For the most part, they feel very dry and empty. So much so that I couldn't remember a thing about them. There were only two characters who felt like they had any sense of character. The two I'm talking about are Ariyon Bakare's character since he is a scientist and holds a lot of focus in the beginning as the main researcher. Then there's Hiroyuki Sanada's role. His reasoning for wanting to go back to earth makes him the only character I wanted to root for. Aside from that, it's hard for me to care about the movie's characters.If I were to talk about the things I liked about it, I would like to start with the overall feeling of the movie. After the first act, everything begins to feel tense. There are many tense scenes that have left me feeling horrified, and that's what I believe is the main strength of the movie. If you're going into a thriller movie, you'll expect many intense moments. That's what you get throughout the movie. Something I find very impressive throughout it is that almost the entirety of the film takes place in a space vessel. It's amazing how well it plays into the movie and how well the director, actors and cameraworkers perform their duties and how the movie works so well in such a small, boxed in area. I had my doubts walking in, but what works works really well. Another thing I liked about it was how it ended. I'm not gonna go in-depth with it because that would lead into spoiler territory.Overall, I thought this movie was very frightening and unexpecting. It had many twists and turns that kept me on the edge of my seat. However, the movie's weakness would have to be the characters. But I can forgive that with its gripping and thrilling plot.
Life tells the story of a crew of astronauts as they discover a new life form on Mars. As the crew begins to examine the new life form, it begins to take each crew member out, one by one. As the life form makes its way through the group, the space team begins to turn on themselves in hopes of survival. The film, directed by Daniel Espinosa, is a heart pounding sci-fi film much in the vein of Ridley Scott's Alien. While many sci-fi films since Alien have been rightly compared to it, Life is a sci-fi film that knows its inspirations and directly alters the perception of its viewers. When <more>
you think the film will take a right, it takes a hard, very surprising and very swift left. This keeps you on your toes and never lets you relax at all which is the best compliment I could give this film. Starring an all star cast of Jake Gyllenhaal, Ryan Reynolds, and Rebecca Ferguson, the film's cast adds to the surprising nature of the story. The moments that end up being the biggest in the film come from the surprising lengths these characters will go in order to survive. This makes for a very layered and very interesting take on something that could have easily been a CGI spectacle with no heart and very little brain. The decisions that these characters make are real decisions. The weight of someone's choice echoes and reverberates throughout the entire film. Espinosa has done a very good job at keeping his characters grounded in reality, much like the film. While this may turn some viewers off, especially those who are expecting something like Gravity or Interstellar, it really made the film something else for me. It was a sci-fi film that was completely unafraid of being real and ho-hum at times.Overall, Life is an excellent example of going against the typical sci-fi genre tropes and features some truly brilliant performances from the main cast. While many may be expecting something like the sci-fi films that Hollywood has been churning out over the past couple years, this film is far from the normative sci-fi film. This film feels more in line with films like Ridley Scott's Alien and Tarkovsky's Solaris which makes this rise above the rest of the films it will be compared to. Along with being Espinosa's best work, it also features a very human performance from Ryan Reynolds that was just as surprising as the film itself.