Overall, "Life" was an ok movie, with good acting, and thrilling scenes. First I'm going to start with the things that I liked about the movie. First of all, the film was gorgeous. There were many shots of earth in the movie that were beautiful to look at. It had an great soundtrack, that made certain scenes even more intense. It had a great cast including Jake Gyllenhaal, Rebecca Ferguson, and Ryan Reynolds, and there were certain scenes of the movie that were absolutely thrilling. I think that there was one thing in particular that saved this movie, but it goes into spoiler territory so I will not mention what it was, and the reason I say "saved" this movie is because there were a good amount of things that I did not like about this movie. First, are the chiches. There are many survival movie cliches in this movie. The one's that stand out the most are the "person makes dumb decision cliche" or the "guy tries to be a hero cliche" or the "something else happens on top of the main problem." Second, there wasn't enough character development for me to really care about any of the characters or worry for their safety. Whenever there was a character in danger, I didn't care about the character, I was just paying attention to the intensity of the scene. Another thing that bugged me was the movie was MOSTLY predictable, but I think the thing that I disliked the most about was the script. The dialogue between the charcters is very cringey, and didn't really add anything new to the genre. It reminded me of the first "Alien" movie, or a "Gravity" with aliens and gore, or whatever you want to call it. So in the end, "Life" was an entertaining, but predictable and is just like every other "stuck in space" movie and it deserves a 3/5.