Fuck ups: The Movie
A team of scientists are on board the International Space Station. There's David Jordan, (Jake Gyllenhaal) Sho Murakami,(Hiroyuki Sanada) Rory Adams, (Ryan Reynolds) Miranda North, (Rebecca Ferguson) Hugh Derry, (Ariyon Bakare) and their commander Ekaterina Golovkina. (Olga Dihovichnaya) They're studying a life form that they've pulled off Mars in a controlled environment. But of course, mistakes are made and the life form evolves too rapidly and begins to cause problems to say the least.
I wasn't planning on seeing this film. I lost the "what movie should we see?" debate but I have to admit it ended up being better than I thought it would. It was never boring, but it doesn't really add anything new to the sci fi horror genre. This movie could've practically been connected to the Alien trilogy. It didn't have many original thoughts.
The acting was good. I cared about all of the characters even though they get put in some fairly ridiculous situations. But they're a nice diverse group. I rooted for them all. The thing that stands out the most about this film is the ending, it's pretty ballsy. It deserves credit for that.
Memorable Quote: "Come on, Calvin..." - Hugh Derry (Ariyon Bakare)