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The Martian
Drama, Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
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Ridley Scott


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Sean Bean as Mitch Henderson
Sebastian Stan as Chris Beck
Jessica Chastain as Melissa Lewis
Donald Glover as Rich Purnell
Naomi Scott as Ryoko
Lili Bordán as Blair
Mackenzie Davis as Mindy Park
Chen Shu as Zhu Tao
Nick Mohammed as Tim Grimes
Kate Mara as Beth Johanssen
Jeff Daniels as Teddy Sanders
Matt Damon as Mark Watney
Michael Peña as Rick Martinez
Aksel Hennie as Alex Vogel
Benedict Wong as Bruce Ng
Kristen Wiig as Annie Montrose
Chiwetel Ejiofor as Venkat Kapoor
Jonathan Aris as Brendan Hatch
The Martian Storyline: During a manned mission to Mars, Astronaut Mark Watney is presumed dead after a fierce storm and left behind by his crew. But Watney has survived and finds himself stranded and alone on the hostile planet. With only meager supplies, he must draw upon his ingenuity, wit and spirit to subsist and find a way to signal to Earth that he is alive. Millions of miles away, NASA and a team of international scientists work tirelessly to bring "the Martian" home, while his crewmates concurrently plot a daring, if not impossible, rescue mission. As these stories of incredible bravery unfold, the world comes together to root for Watney's safe return.
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A unique, visually styled film that's still not the sum of its parts
STAR RATING: ***** Saturday Night **** Friday Night *** Friday Morning ** Sunday Night * Monday Morning

During an outer space mission around Mars, astronaut Matt Watney (Matt Damon) is separated from his spacecraft, and is presumed dead in the immediate aftermath. Stranded many light years from his home planet, Mark is forced to use his survival training (including fertilising faeces for food!) in order to survive, before managing to contact Earth and bring news of his survival to NASA president Teddy Sanders (Jeff Daniels), who desperately works on Earth with scientist Vincent Kapoor (Chiwetel Ejiofor) to get him home, while re-assuring a frantic public.

Having made his name in a landmark sci-fi classic many decades ago, Ridley Scott returns to the genre for a film where the only alien appears to be in human form. His ability to create an impressive visual spectacle doesn't seem to have diminished with time, and The Martian features some sets and designs in outer space that could quite blow your mind. The director oversteps any meaningful character development, and plunges us straight into a story that serves as a lengthier rendition of 2013's Gravity, with elements of Tom Hanks's Cast Away chucked in for good measure.

For a film stretching at nearly two and a half hours, it really needed not just an interesting story, but an effective screenplay to match it. While the 'one man stranded in space' plot still has some life in it, Scott seems overly preoccupied with stuffing Damon's Watson character full of insightful technical jargon and waffle, to reassure us he's highly intelligent and 'NASA's finest', to the point of disconnection. To try and balance the script with some humour, Scott has displayed an affection for '70s disco music, which Damon must awkwardly eschew. It's a welcome touch, if not truly effective.

Performances wise, Damon must carry the lengthy film almost singlehandedly, and it's his varying degrees as an actor that make as little or most of this. While a better actor could have made more of it, by turns a weaker actor could have made it worse, and so you're grateful for small mercies. In what could be the main supporting role, Daniels is grounded as the head of NASA but, in a film determined to have as much humour as drama, that role he took with Jim Carrey all those years ago (and recently reprised) can never get out your mind. A further colourful supporting cast further make it up, including Michael Pena, Sean Bean and Ejiofor.

Overall, it's not an entirely unsuccessful film, just one without the genuine tension and suspense to really make it last as long as it does, and so the cracks do appear at times. ***
I wasn't overly fussy about it to be honest...
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During a manned mission to Mars, Astronaut Mark Watney is presumed dead after a fierce storm and left behind by his crew. But Watney has survived and finds himself stranded and alone on the hostile planet. With only meager supplies, he must draw upon his ingenuity, wit and spirit to subsist and find a way to signal to Earth that he is alive.

The Martian was a major disappointment for me. Mars looks fantastic and everything looks great, but I wasn't able to ever fully get into it like I wanted to. It never felt like Matt Damon was in any true danger to me despite how it was presented otherwise. It tries way too hard to be epic and that's one of the reason it fails. I also felt it lacked suspense. One thing Gravity did well was deliver suspense, but The Martian doesn't. This surprised me a lot because Ridley Scott is a master at suspense. Even though I didn't really go nuts over this movie like a lot of people did, Matt Damon is fantastic. He holds the film together with his excellent performance. I can't really say the same for the rest. Everybody else isn't developed that well. Jessica Chastain is a very capable actress, but she isn't given much to do as I'd hoped. Wiig, Daniels, Bean, Mara, Ejiofor all do fine in the roles they are given. Ejiofor and Mara shine the most out of the people I listed

This movie has its moments, but I was very disappointed overall. It looks great, Damon is superb, but I wasn't in love with it like so many others. Hopefully I'm not alone

Fun but Far From Great
This is certainly an entertaining film as a formula movie. It's fun like the earlier "Independence Day" film with Bill Pullman and Will Smith. We put a poor guy in an untenable situation, trapped on a planet when his colleagues are forced to take off and leave him behind. As a scientist, he does miraculous things to stay alive, including creating a greenhouse where he can grow potatoes (that just happen to be on board providing seed). That's OK. That's a plot element. He also has incredible knowledge of all the incredible stuff left behind on Mars. An amazing rover as well as a nuclear device. That's OK too because we can't have a plot without something for this guy to do. Where it falls down is in the reality of NASA (which we are told are a pack of insensitive boobs or nerds). They are going to do this and then they are going to do that. Jeff Daniels plays a stuck-in-the-mud guy who is only concerned about the politics of the job. I love Matt Damon. I've seen nearly everything he has done. He's adequate in this film but certainly not Academy Award material. He expresses almost no emotions other than a couple little under-control tantrums. What about the loneliness, the sameness of every day? Years of eating potatoes. Anyway, it is candy for those who don't want to think very much. It's very impresstive looking and the special effects are awesome. We've become a bit spoiled, I guess. Things by the formula.
Bring Back Mr. Potato Head
Spoilers Ahead:

Well, people from other countries? Now do you understand why the United States has to import millions of math and science students? Watch this movie, this will answer all your questions. It was an eye opener to me. I really did not know duct tape was such a great solver of all pressure dome problems, silly me. Look, when your movie seems absurd to an existentialist philosopher you are in real trouble. I took the easy science classes for my degrees and this movie makes the scenes of SDD: Science Deficit Disorder found in other movies pale in comparison. Yes, friends, when faced with problems with your house, even here on earth, break out that reliable old duct tape. Matt, buddy, please Interstellar where you are quoting physics and astronomy like you are constipated, stop already. See, we exhale carbon dioxide and inhale oxygen. Maybe he thought he was a geranium? Unless you are a plant you just can't cause a massive explosion by exhaling a non combustible gas? Honestly, a few more movies like this one and I am building that Panic Room in my basement, know what I mean? Yes, the pressurized habitat explosively decompresses but guess how you fix it? Show of hands? Anyone? That's right a plastic tarp with that magical freaking duct tape. See Duct Tape starts with a big D like Dumb Asses.

That really isn't my favorite, no way, there is a veritable cornucopia of science retardation approaching Killer Klowns From Outer Space level in this Mr. Potato Head and his S grown spuds. My personal favorite is where there is a hurricane blowing outside and that incredibly strong tarp of one millimeter thickness of plastic with the magical duct tape is holding it securely on there. See, some people, by virtue of their social categories are smarter than others even if they are half awake, hair standing on end, staggering over objects, please, don't stop there: have him on a pogo stick playing the accordion while whistling a happy tune. How much further shall we push the PC insanity? Of course Jeff Daniels is evil he is in the requisite category that all evil people in Crappywood's movies are to be currently found. Yes, certainly, the Chinese who own our country's 18 trillion dollars of debt would give up a super secret rocket and wreck their space program all for Mr. Potato Head. I found this so realistic, I really did. I also learned that the more into PC canonized categories why the less you need to even use a calculator or a computer; Good Heavens, they can do those things we idiots cannot do in their God-like heads.

Please, readers, watch Robinson Crusoe On Mars; it may be old but see when you are facing death you are not droning on mindlessly about disco, poop, potatoes and other lobotomized inanities. Red Planet just called they would like their freaking ending back please. The entire last fifteen minutes were stolen, shamelessly, from that movie. Perhaps they thought nobody saw it so they wouldn't notice. I was not a fan but believe me Moss and Kilmer tower over the acting in this piece of crap. There is an empirical difference between acting with NASA professionalism and acting like a frat boy partying around Mars. If you have not seen this movie, the level of science retardation makes Jupiter Ascending look like The Andromeda Strain. If you have had even high school science your mouth will be agape in utter incredulity at the current state of science knowledge in our country. I swear, I am learning sign language; I may need it soon. You know, I want one burger and fries where I hold up flash cards with pictures on them and make grunting noises. I want to fit in here. Ridley needs to be tested for dementia and soon. The movie appears to have been written by someone in the early stages of Alzheimers. Please, save yourself: What A Pile Of Poop. Q.E.D.

"Try To Imagine How Ignorant The Average Man Is And Remember Half Of Them Are More Ignorant Than That." Aristotle
it doesn't get worst than that, really. I'm insulted. All the worst clichés from 1970s movies about the space, horrible sound track choices, and endless attempts to get you all-so-American-emotional but does it so bad that you just want all the characters to die. Some scenes show you so many spaceships and machinery that you really have no idea at all what's happening, and frankly, you just don't care. Thing is, half way into the movie you already know this is just too bad to be true, but as you keep on watching you realize it can actually get worse. oh yeah, and wait till the guy floats up in mid space, freely sitting on a bowl. Unbelievable.
Shallow, empty
I was waiting for this movie for a few weeks and was greatly disappointed when I finally watched it.

It doesn't matter if the number of potatoes to survive is accurate, if you are using toxic rocket fuel to make water, you do not feel lonely and isolated, and you are not worried about oxygen - you are just having fun - isolated for 300-500 days without anyone or anything else around - the guy seems pretty comfortable and not worried.

Impossible to connect with characters. Too many stereotypes. Blatant sales and marketing, actor and story picks for the sake of selling more tickets.

I hope I will save my money and time, next movie like this comes out.
Whatever happened to good space movies?
Underwhelming and boring movie, can't understand how it gets so much acclaim and good reviews in general. The theme of man overcoming challenges through "science" sprinkled with disco music here and there to awaken viewers along the way and raise their spirits felt cliché and didn't make it for me. The film just felt somewhat void and foreseeable. I think it lacked suspense and if I may "planetary or space awesomeness", but of course that is not the mood the film aims at, so you can blame me for judging it from my expectations rather than than considering the movie in itself. However, to me it seems almost like a movie about Mars had to be made and this is what we got.

You would expect something special coming from Ridley Scott, or maybe not after the disappointment of Prometheus (for me that film deflated at about the equator and contained some odd script and dialogue nonsense) What happened to old good space movies?
Quite a predictable and boring movie
First of all sorry for my English. I haven't read the book and my review is based solely on the movie. There are almost no spoilers in this review. Points of criticism: 1) they didn't manage to show the time scale of what's happening so that the viewer can feel it. They show numbers like 500 Sol, but you don't feel that this time has really passed. Interstellar shows the effect of long space travels on people souls and minds way better. 2) the results of some rocket launches were really predictable 3) I have a feeling that China is mentioned there only for commercial reasons. Like you have a market of 1.5 billion people and mentioning China would really attract Chinese viewers to movie theaters. 4) weather is too harsh there on Mars:) 5) (cliché) young genius scientist-sociopath who comes up with a solution of a problem 6) the main character basically overcomes a number of random events as in Gravity. Gravity, however, is more dynamic and makes you feel that there is a danger for the main character. In The Martian, basically, the main character does no mistakes, does not take the risk to achieve anything. His success is limited by some random malfunctions, otherwise he knows more or less everything.
Matt Damon Steals the Show
Over the past few years, space has been a subject a few directors have really tried to take on, hoping for a major hit, which can be really hard. Space is tough to master because it has to be somewhat believable, it has to have great visuals and it needs great acting.

Matt Damon does a great job in this movie along with his crew, but that's about it as far as the acting goes, most of the other characters just felt very one dimensional or boring that I didn't really care what they had to say and just wanted to see more of Matt Damon do his thing on Mars.

The visuals are great in this movie, just like most space oriented movies these days, I still think Gravity takes the top prize in terms of visuals in space.

As for the believable factor, I know not everything can be perfect, but cmon, you could read this movie like a book (if you hadn't read the original already). You know going into it to expect a major turn of events somewhere, but not knowing exactly what it could be. The Martian exploits every which way a problem arises and can be solved, after a while you have a feeling of what's going on and ruins the suspense factor which space movies depend on to hook viewers in.

Overall, still a well directed movie, but I feel like out of the space movies it's not the best over the past few years. Gravity was a great movie, Interstellar was intense, even if you count Star Wars that had much better action in it. For me, Matt Damon made this movie good.
Futurism and Nostalgia
From the earliest days of cinema, films have explored what man can do when cut off from society (and indeed, the interest of the topic pre-dates the art form: think how long ago Robinson Crusoe was written). But in a world ever more monitored, depictions of life beyond borders are often set in space. These include both fictional tales and true stories. 'Apollo 13', for example, is a riveting film, but mainly because of its raw material: in 1971, a manned space mission suffered from an explosion and the astronauts were stranded, thousands of miles from help; amazingly, they managed to fix their stricken craft and make it home alive.

'The Martian' is a fictional story, but is in some ways Apollo 13-redux. It starts with a gripping scene where, post-disaster, the hero is forced to operate on himself: gripping, yes, but also not a scene that needs to be set on Mars. And subsequently, it can't quite live up to this compelling start. As I see it, there are three main problems. Firstly, some implausible science (how can you grow plants without carbon dioxide in the atmosphere?) and psychology (the story is set over a period of years, but we never really get the impression that the character is stranded alone for so long). Secondly, the need for the Hollywood virtues where force of character compels eventual triumph. And finally, perhaps, that the remarkable thing about Apollo 13 is not that its crew could have saved themselves, but that they did: the triumph was not one over the laws of physics, but rather a win against the odds. In a fictional story, this is a less compelling narrative structure: why does the character get repeatedly lucky? Simply because the screenwriters wrote it that way.

Yet in spite of its faults, the film's basic set up draws you in, and by the (admittedly melodramatic) rescue scenes, one can't help but watch on the edge of one's seat; and keeping an audience interested for over two hours is not such an easy thing to do. Perhaps the fact that in the real world we've basically given up on manned space travel adds to the appeal: this may be a futuristic story, but at the same time, it also feels like a tale of something we used to do, to boldly go beyond the limits of our planet to see what we might find.
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