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
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Jake GyllenhaalDavid Jordan
Ryan ReynoldsRoy Adams
Rebecca FergusonMiranda North
Jon EkstrandComposer (Music Score)
Mary Jo MarkeyEditor
Nigel PhelpsProduction Designer
Don GrangerExecutive Producer
Vicki Dee RockExecutive Producer
Jenny BeavanCostume Designer
Jon TitleSound/Sound Designer
Bob BeemerRe-Recording Mixer
Per HallbergSupervising Sound Editor
Simon HayesProduction Sound Mixer
Year of Release
2 Discs, 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, Includes Digital Copy
4K Ultra HD Blu-ray
Czech, English, French, German, Hungarian, Italian
Arabic, Cantonese, Croatian, Czech, Danish, English
Life [Includes Digital Copy] [4K Ultra HD Blu-ray] [2 Discs] 
This movie stars Jake Gyllenhaal and crew aboard a space station. They receive a set of samples from Mars. One of those contains a Life form. It is action packed great audio and special effects. A must have for your sci-fi collection.
Life may not captivate, but it offers just enough entertainment value to keep the viewer interested. It's as predictable as the day is long and the performances (and the script) are a drag, but the filmmakers have injected the movie with just enough of a technical achievement and sheen to keep it moving, assuming one can get past the overwrought opening act. A classic watch-and-forget, the movie will likely only be remembered when it's seen in a collection of films that tried, but failed, to capture the same magic as Alien. Sony's UHD release of Life actually breathes a little more life into the movie. The uptick in video quality ranges from solid to substantial, and the movie plays better with a firmer, more stable image. The Blu-ray is by no means bad, but it sure doesn't look great in comparison. The upgrade in audio is more of a wash, a lateral move with only a slight upward movement in favor of the Atmos. Supplements are unchanged beyond the moments and still photos. Recommended.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Owned for 1 week when reviewed.
This a good movie, I really liked it. The story line was written very well and the actors are really playing there roles. This a good movie to watch at home with a couple of friends who are into science fiction.
Those of you who prefer the 'happy ending' problem solving of a Star Trek movie might want to avoid this one. The discovery of a cute form of life that should never have been stimulated, results in a 'Fern-from-Hel!' that ravages a space station in scientifically convincing fashion...I would have given it 5 stars but for the ending...because I live in hope.