Life (Review)

I usually do, what I consider to be, very detailed reviews of films. This time around I'm not. I went into the movie, Life, with very little knowledge of the film and I think it's actually really important that that's how you watch it. Go in with an open mind and explore the world for yourself.

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A multinational six-member crew aboard the International Space Station performs a successful capture of a space probe returning from Mars with a soil sample. British biologist Hugh Derry, extracts a single cell and revives the dormant organism with adjustments to atmospheric pressure and glucose concentrations. This extraordinary film explores the discovery of the first living being on Mars.
I loved the scientific influences with true-to-fact experiences, actions, messages and procedures.

Honestly, all I can say is that his movie is an absolute must see. I was blown away by the acting, storyline, filming and plot itself. The acting is sublime and the story flows beautifully with the perfect balance of backbone, storytelling and personal information. I loved that the filming and camera angles were interactive. It felt very much as though it was on board the ship, especially at the beginning with the upside down scenes. But the incredible writing of the script
You couldn't have asked for anything more with the simplest of lines capturing the audience. It told the story unlike any other film I have scene and evolved throughout. I loved all the twists and turns. The shocks and cliffhangers. Thank you for opening my mind. Go watch!