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In Daniel Espinosa's "Life," an international space station orbiting the Earth intercepts an automated capsule returning from Mars with samples: rocks, dust and, as it turns out, a tiny monocellular organism that proves the existence of life on another planet. The thing about those monocellular organisms from Mars, though, is that they grow up.Derry, the expert biologist of the bunch, hopes the organism – dubbed "Calvin" – will teach the scientists about the origin, the nature "and maybe even the meaning of life".Once the alien life form strengthens and gets loose, "Life" surrenders to a tiresome chase away from not just its ravenous creature but from the movies from which "Life" so obviously takes it cues.
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