Mars Needs Moms

Mars Needs Moms

When Martians suddenly abduct his mom, mischievous Milo rushes to the rescue and discovers why all moms are so special.

Milo, a 9-year-old boy, is getting tired of his mom nagging him to do things, and his mom is tired of nagging. But he soon gains a deeper appreciation for his mom after Martians come to Earth to take her away. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Mars Needs Moms torrent reviews

Cynthia S (de) wrote: I saw this on Lifetime Network. I found it very interesting, and nicely done. Learned some new things to the case that I never knew..that's always a good thing.

Mark W (gb) wrote: I had high hopes that the Puppet Master franchise would go back to its roots, a revisit to WWII was not the direction we needed... The ending implying this particular story is not quite done with yet also disappoints me as we can definitely expect the next entry to be a direct follow up! All this mixed with the lineup of mediocre acting does nothing to enhance the enjoyment, however the biggest problem for me was the Puppets are only featured in about 10% of the movie... Come on guys, get it right?

Sunnie D (br) wrote: really good concept.

Adam P (es) wrote: This film is so good. Everything it sets out to do it achieves masterfully.

Brad W (mx) wrote: 2 hours that I'll never get back. I should have stopped when a snake killed a cat, bit a breast & bit a willy in the space of a minute. Worst movie ever !!!!

krupa p (jp) wrote: such a cute couple :)

Eduardo L (es) wrote: Definitely not as bad as its reputation (it was featured in the 1978 book "The Fifty Worst Films of All Time"), "Airport '75" from Universal Studios is an entertaining, competently made-- from a technical standpoint-- popcorn flick and a solid entry of the disaster movie genre. Also, watching this made me appreciate more of the gags in "Airplane!" that were clearly inspired from this film, this movie excels in self-parody. I also loved how the onboard film was "American Graffiti", Universal's biggest movie of '73. Interesting note: "American Graffiti" was competing for the Best Picture Oscar against "The Exorcist", which starred Linda Blair who also plays the kidney transplant girl in "Airport '75". Sort of a fourth-wall breaking in-joke/Universal self promo.

Steve G (nl) wrote: Not as well-developed as Brides of Dracula. But perhaps better character interaction.Why do you not kill Dracula before the girl???! What's wrong with you??Heavy-breathing corpse. Young Michel Gough! A pre-Little Vampire vampire movie. Why would Dracula bite her her if she was already a vamp? Maybe she was only semi vamp, but this should be explained.

Samuel B (kr) wrote: This is a World War II movie starring Robert Mitchum and Deborah Kerr. It is quite a good for a war movie, and one with a little bit of suspense here and there. A marine and a nun are trapped alone on a South Pacific island near Fiji that is frequented by Japanese troops, interesting plot apparently there were two Oscar nominations for this one.

Steven F (ca) wrote: Normally a third in a series wouldn't interest me. However, Ocean's 11 and 12 were so good, I have to see this one

Frances H (us) wrote: Too long and plodding in some areas, with little attempt at character development, the best of which is Michael Wincott's bad guy. Depardieu doesn't have the charisma and persuasiveness of Columbus and anyone less like the very Spanish and religious fanatic warrior queen Isabella than weaver I can't imagine.Normally I like Ridley Scott's work, but this one is far from his best. Not to mention, Scott makes Columbus out to be a far better man than he was--trying to build a very idealistic New World.