Escape from Mars

Escape from Mars

Five astronauts make the first manned trip to Mars, in the second decade of the 21st century. They must battle and overcome inferior computer components, corporate greed and indifference, their own personal problems, as well as the surprises that The Red Planet has in store for them

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Greg N (us) wrote: It's Fast & Furious, but with dance routines instead of car stunts.

John S (au) wrote: The premise, style, and characters of the film are quite intriguing but none of it is really fully realized. The film wraps up nicely but at times it feels like it is a bit too serious for its own good. It's a film about marijuana farmers after all, not cancer-survivors. If you're a stoner looking for a fun time, this may not be the best option since it's a bit of a downer because of the melodrama, but it is a good film overall.

Bryn D (es) wrote: O.V.R 7/10...slow start but picks up in the second half

Eve G (au) wrote: i know.....but its actually really good!

Ryan C (ag) wrote: One of the coolest Godzilla movies to date. I love the premise of it and I think it's quite underrated. The space scenes are great in their cheesiness glory. The fights are great. Spacegodzilla is cool and its an overall awesome movie. Check it out.

Karsh D (jp) wrote: Classic Eastwood film. Prisoners hatch a plan to escape from the notorious prison.

Kyle G (br) wrote: THE LAST LAUGH -- its German title Der letzte Mann -- is a silent film by F.W. Murnau, with screenwriter Carl Mayer and cinematographer Karl Freund, and one of the few silents I could find on Netflix Instant. The film, using famously only one intertitle in 90 pretty-great minutes, is a rare Kammerspielfilm (chamber drama) from 1924 Germany. It follows its unnamed protagonist, the Hotelportier, a middle-aged guy with goofy sideburns who works at a hotel, as he's transferred from the job he loves to one he hates. The film has a crisp and stylized sophistication that belies its simple (and rejectable) pre-war German place. It moves -- often quite literally, as the entfesslte Kamera (unchained camera) was damn-near invented for it, and seems to have inspired Godard quite a bit. It's funny and quirkily ironic -- as when we're looking through a busily-turning revolving door, out at a sidewalk of passers-by and moving cars, while a doorman stands cold-still in the foreground.It's flexible and economical enough to parcel out screen time. The Hotelportier has the most time, but it's his family at home that I think score the most thematic points. His wife, toiling away before their niece's wedding and then celebrating with her, then turns around and mocks her husband for "losing" the "real" job he enjoyed so much. The notice he gets of the transfer, "...age and frailty," and the emotional wreckage it deals him, seems to have broken some ground for 37's MAKE WAY FOR TOMORROW or 41's CITIZEN KANE or 50's CINDERELLA or even 96's DRIFTING CLOUDS.