Suspenseful & Thrilling | Review of ‘Life’ (2017 Film)


By Cynthia Ayala

Life starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Rebecca Ferguson, Ryan Reynolds, Hiroyuki Sanada, Ariyon Bakare & Olga Dihovichnaya
Columbia Pictures
Image Credit: IMDB

“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.”

—IMDB

The alien in space movie is not new, many are failures, but others have become staples of the genre. Life is part of the latter. The premise of the film is about a team of scientists who have discovered life on Mars. At first, the creature is docile, but when provoked, the alien has entered monster territory, if only for its desire to survive. The problem is it doesn’t know when to stop feeding, creating a being that is incredibly dangerous. What makes it even more dangerous is how smart it is. It evolves, and with its evolution, it grows bigger. It’s a sinister being and the writers knew how to develop the creature, its needs and everything that made it dangerous.
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Veronica Mars Movie Campaign Breaks $1 Million And A Kickstarter Record


By:  Kelly West Earlier today, when we shared the news that the fate of the Veronica Marsmovie was being put in the hands of the fans, with a Kickstarter page set up by Rob Thomas and the challenge to raise $2 million in 30 days, we questioned whether or not it could be done. $2 million is a high goal to hit in a month’s time. In fact, it’s the highest goal set for a Kickstarter project to date, which made the task seem even more daunting. But the fans have already risen to the challenge, pushing the total past the halfway point in … Continue reading Veronica Mars Movie Campaign Breaks $1 Million And A Kickstarter Record

New Mars samples ‘unlike any seen before’


original article courtesy of AFP A new site being explored by the Mars rover Opportunity has yielded soil samples unlike any examined before on the red planet and that appear more favorable for life, scientists said. Opportunity, the indefatigable robot that has been exploring Mars for seven and a half years, arrived three weeks ago at the edge of a 22 kilometer (13.6 mile) wide crater named Endeavour and has been sending back images of the surrounding environment. The first rock it examined is a flat-topped object about the size of a foot stool that apparently was cast up by … Continue reading New Mars samples ‘unlike any seen before’