Everything in this movie felt SO VERY CONTRIVED! SPOILERS, if possible, ahead. Where to start? The pilots of their ship acted like it was their first time out. They were completely clueless. Everything almost immediately went to hell. Meteor storm. The ship broke apart and fell *thousands of feet through the atmosphere to the ground.* And was still at least somewhat intact and functional! And somehow, ONLY the "General" and his son survived, out of all the people in the ship. Having seen what happens to an airplane that crashes, I wouldn't have expected anything or anyone to be intact after that crash. But... They carried emergency oxygen liquid, but apparently only enough for a few people, and only capable of helping you breath in an atmosphere, that already had oxygen, apparently. In space, I guess you're just screwed if the ship springs a leak. The planet (Earth, predictably) was a giant rain forest, but it apparently wasn't producing enough oxygen for a couple of humans to breathe. Geese, sparrows, vultures, apes, lions, etc seemed to be fine, but humans? Nah. Advanced aliens who designed big mutant monsters to kill people, but made it *blind*, and dependent on *fear pheromones* to track people. I mean, even freaking *mosquitoes* can find us by our exhaled CO2 stream. Or... sound... or heat... or bio-electricity... or *something*? Wouldn't something like an engineered virus *cough*Covid*cough have been more efficient? And on a ship full of soldiers, no ranged weapons, like a gun or missile launcher or a flame thrower? Nope - just "nano swords" or whatever they were. *sigh* Not very practical. And drones? Sure - a dozen - but only for recon; nothing armed. And oh - a broken bone has severed an artery? Nano-clotting agents, anyone? Anyone? Nope. Just stick a tube between severed ends and hope it stays. Not even a tourniquet...? And if you have an interdicted world with beacons in orbit announcing the fact, wouldn't they also maybe... ping home and say, "Hey - there are intruders here!"? Apparently not. Acting was wooden as possible. There's stoic, and then there's having all the emotional affect of a 2x4. By the end, I really didn't care of either of them survived all that much. I just felt sorry for the bird and her chicks.