• Pranay Jalvi
    Pranay Jalvi
    39 reviews
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    The film "Life" is a test-tube baby, born from a blend of old-school
    monster-movie DNA and state-of-the-art digital effects. At times silly
    — yet surprisingly satisfying — this tale of sci-fi suspense and
    horror, set in the weightless environment of the International Space
    Station, gives Emmanuel Lubezki's vertiginous "Gravity" cinematography
    a run for its money. While this ever-more-nerve-racking game of
    cat-and-mouse is well calibrated by director Daniel Espinosa, the
    film's real interest derives from the human interactions. Life never
    reaches greatness, but it's solidly good, from its earned scares to a
    spot-on ending.

    My Rating : 3.5/5

    March 29, 17