A 16-year-old (Asa Butterfield), the first human to be born on Mars, visits earth for the first time in 2034 to meet his online girlfriend (Britt Robertson) and track down the father he never knew. This corny sci-fi drama abounds with annoying plot holes and product placements, and the 2017 teenspeak (“You ghosted me!”) will probably sound dated to anyone watching the movie even a few years from now. Butterfield’s monotone performance fails to strike sparks with anyone around him, which leaves Robertson to carry their characters’ romance. Director Peter Chelsolm (Hector and the Search for Happiness) amps up the anthemic pop music for each emotional swell, rather than relying on the actors, most of whom are good (Gary Oldman, Carla Gugino, B.D. Wong).