This science fiction saga tells the story of astronauts on the International Space Station who retrieve a sample from Mars and discover it contains evidence of intelligent life. The crew is thrust into danger when the specimen shows signs of aggression, threatening the entire mission. Jake Gyllenhaal stars alongside Ryan Reynolds and Rebecca Ferguson. Daniel Espinosa directed a script written by Deadpool scribes Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese.~Daniel Gelb
Claustrophobic Terror: Creating a Thriller in Space
Life on 4k Blu-ray boasts a beautiful color palette thanks to HDR10 and sharpness with 2160p resolution. By comparison, the 1080p Blu-ray is extremely flat and after watching the 4k HDR video almost unwatchable. The audio is provided in Dolby Atmos/TrueHD 7.1 surround sound and explodes on a multiple speaker system. If you like the sci-fi/thriller genre this movie is a must-watch.
This one is crazy, but very good. A tense, space thriller that is sure to give you plenty of chills! And the 4K??? Wow, brilliant!
I had the regular blu-ray, but decided to upgrade. I'm sure glad that I did!!
Love this movie. In 4k the shots of space were so realistic. The movie grips you from start to finish. Have watched movie multiple times and the space scenes are incredible and lifelike in 4k and makes it an always go to movie.
was my first time watching a blu ray movie. just got a blu ray player. I wanted to know if there was a big difference in video/audio quality vs streaming. The difference in video was small, but noticeable. But the difference in audio quality was HUGE. The sound was so robust and each sound had so much clarity. The bass wasn't too heavy, but it was good for this movie. I actually prefer softer sounds anyway.
The cinematography was good. I liked the spacious control consoles of the station! The antigravity effects were awesome!
But I never really identified with any of the characters. As far as I'm concerned it's just a remake of Alien, but with shallow characters.