Red Planet (2000)

PG-13   |    |  Action, Sci-Fi, Thriller


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Astronauts, and their robotic dog AMEE (Autonomous Mapping Evaluation and Evasion), search for solutions to save a dying Earth by searching on Mars, only to have the mission go terribly awry.

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  • Simon Baker at an event for Red Planet (2000)
  • Tom Sizemore stars as Dr. Quinn Burchenal
  • Simon Baker at an event for Red Planet (2000)
  • Simon Baker at an event for Red Planet (2000)
  • Tom Sizemore stars as Dr. Quinn Burchenal
  • Tom Sizemore stars as Dr. Quinn Burchenal

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4 February 2005 | tgarrett007
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| A human face to sci-fi
I don't know why everybody rips this movie. The special effects are very realistic, down to the pink-tinted Martian sky. The plot is plausible (for science fiction), paying attention to many small details that often make these kinds of movies farcical. Most important, it's very existential; humans simply trying to survive against almost insurmountable odds. As the struggle builds, the relationships begin to gel nicely. This IS a movie about human relationships, not Star Wars style hype. I know, there are some weak spots. The opening and closing dialog, Val Kilmer whispering all the way through, some of the dialog, etc. But overall, this movie doesn't try to do too much (unlike the abysmal Mission To Mars), and that's what makes it a success.

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