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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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The best of 2015...
The film is the finest examples of science fiction and science fiction embodies everything required. Matt Damon has given the right role until the end of the case. Besides the fact that one does not really need. All movies have moved on their own. We have seen examples of this, such as the Buried and 127 Hours of very good quality movies. The master Ridley Scott's science fiction after a long separation has made a great comeback with this film case. After this film, Ridley Scott disappointing those who say the sound was cut. Thank you for this wonderful film Ridley masters. Maybe the best in 2015, as I mentioned in the title 9/10.
Not what you would expct
Based on the novel of the same name 'The Martain' failed to meet the expectations and plunged in the hype of promotions.

The novel deploys a fun and hilarious (which the movie makers forgot to take into account) Mark Watney on the journey to Mars where he is stuck for years and uses his brilliance to remain composed and sane and survive in deep space. It seems as if the movie makers were so focused on filming each and every scene of the novel that they neglected the crucial elements of the fiction. It'S a fiction damn it!

Direction was lousy.When it comes to casting I guess the director lost his mind. Actors seemed monotonous and in despair where the novel is based on hope that nothing is impossible. No peeve in the graphics department, they were awesome.

All in all, movie is only a one time watch and that too only if you haven't read the novel like me. If you have, you might get disappointed.
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.
Touching but dull
The story about Mark Watney, an astronaut in the future that is left on Mars, when his crew mistakingly leave him behind. I had expected huge things from this movie, it started very well, but then it came quite boring, there is only so much solo time one man can do on the film. The other characters were not too interesting, except for Vincent and Bruce, the only two likable. Matt Damon is a very good actor, much better news that he is doing another Jason Bourne film. The Martian is watchable but what is the problem is the ending, it was really badly done, the film was credible up to then. Best thing about the movie were the special effects, the film looks good.
Robinson Crusoe on Mars - Surprisingly Good
I went to see it with no great expectations and wow! It's a long film but the story, the acting, and visually it immerses you from the outset.

Suddenly 2hrs have passed and the film ends and you get up to leave, saying "that was a good film".

There doesn't seem to be many films, these days, that can do this. But the Martinan did it!

I saw the length of the film. I assumed they would have the first half showing how Damon gets to Mars. Then the second half his survival.

I didn't think it possible, to keep an audience interested on one guy stranded on a distant planet for any longer.

But no! The film quickly gets down to business. Thinking Damon is killed in a Martian storm, the same storm forces his crew mates to abandon Mars early and set off for home. All very sad.

Meanwhile, weeks later back on Earth, Nasa begin to notice from satellite images of Mars. Someone is moving things about. They realise Damon is alive.

Thereafter it becomes an enthralling story how he survives and eventually is rescued.

As Damons character says , 'i'm gonna have to science the (slang word for excreta) out of this'. And he does.

The Martian works in all departments.

So many films lately, Soooo hyped up, ....... as the latest 'blockbuster' & 'must see', are visually CGI amazing.

However, so many of these 'blockbusters' clearly have a script written by a baboon, who assumes the audience are all retarded.

The Martian, unusually these days, Is actually the real McCoy, good story, good visually good acting all combine to make a great film.

Go see it.

The film will immerse you
Expected more
I am a bit of nerd of this kind of realistic science fiction movies and therefore I had high expectations of this movie. I regret to say I was disappointed.

The movie tells the story of how the main character struggles to survive on Mars and how the space agencies work to get them back. But I was missing the emotions, the human touch. The main character never displays any signs of loneliness, despair or fear. He is more like "oh, looks like I'm stuck on Mars, let's grow potatoes". He makes a one- off reference to his parents in an electronic communication, but nowhere in the movie is it made clear what his main drive is to want to return to Earth. It appears as nothing ties him there. Maybe the directors wanted to avoid the cliché of the eight months pregnant and terminally ill wife eagerly awaiting her husband's return from a dangerous mission, but even a cliché had been better than nothing. His character is also too flat. The only character trait that is highlighted slightly in the movie is that he may be a bit too smug about himself. Nothing else to make me identify or sympathize with him. To be honest, I couldn't have cared less if he had not survived.

The Mars landscape is beautifully rendered en very credible with dust clouds and all. This is the main attraction of the movie.

The main problem that there is nothing novel about this movie. There have been better movies for every aspect of the film:

Human aspect/psychology of being marooned in a strange place: Cast Away did it so much better; set in space: Matt Damon's role in Interstellar was more credible than his performance here. Space action scenes: Gravity had me on the edge of my seat Ground control scenes: Apollo 13 already set the standard

In summary, the movie is a beautiful, but hollow shell.
Survive on Mars
-The Martian is a 2015 American science fiction film directed by Ridley Scott and starring Matt Damon. The film is based on Andy Weir's 2011 novel The Martian, which Drew Goddard adapted into a screenplay. Damon stars as an astronaut who is mistakenly presumed dead and left behind on Mars. The film depicts his struggle to survive and others' efforts to rescue him. The film's ensemble cast also features Jessica Chastain, Kristen Wiig, Jeff Daniels, Michael Peña, Kate Mara, Sean Bean, Sebastian Stan, Aksel Hennie, and Chiwetel Ejiofor.

-The film premiered at the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival on September 11, 2015. 20th Century Fox released the film in theaters in the United States on October 2, 2015. The film was released in 2D, 3D, IMAX 3D and 4DX. The film received positive reviews and has grossed over $626 million worldwide, becoming Scott's highest-grossing film to date, as well as the tenth-highest-grossing film of 2015. It received several accolades, including the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy, and seven Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture and Best Adapted Screenplay for Goddard. For his performance, Damon received several awards nominations, including the Academy Award for Best Actor, the BAFTA for Best Actor, the Critic's Choice Award for Best Actor, and he won the Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy.

--Reception: -critical response: -The Martian received critical acclaim when it premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival. The review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, which categorizes reviews as positive or negative, surveyed 290 critics and determined that 92% of the reviews were positive with a rating average of 7.9 out of 10, and the consensus "Smart, thrilling, and surprisingly funny, The Martian offers a faithful adaptation of the bestselling book that brings out the best in leading man Matt Damon and director Ridley Scott." The site further stated that critics observed that Scott "examin(ed) more hopeful territory" than in his past films, and "the result is an awe-inspiring adventure that explores vast ideas while staying grounded in very human emotional territory." Critics commended the visual effects, the scientific accuracy, and the film's likability, largely due to Matt Damon's performance. Metacritic also surveyed 46 critics and assessed 40 reviews as positive and six as mixed, assigning an aggregate score of 80 out of 100, indicating "generally favorable reviews".

-Variety reported, "Critics are calling the film a funny, thrilling ride, and a return to form for (Ridley) Scott after The Counselor and Exodus: Gods and Kings fell flat."

-The Martian was named one of the best films of 2015 by over 50 critics and publications and was ranked seventh on Rotten Tomatoes and thirteenth on Metacritic's best scored film of 2015.

--Scientific accuracy: -When Andy Weir wrote the novel The Martian, he strove to present the science correctly and used reader feedback to get it right. When Ridley Scott began directing the film, he also sought to make it realistic and received help from James L. Green, the Director of the Planetary Science Division at NASA. Green put together teams to answer scientific questions that Scott asked. Green said, "The Martian is reasonably realistic", though he said the film's hazardous dust storm, despite reaching speeds of 120 miles per hour (190 km/h) would in reality have weak force. Green also found the NASA buildings in the film to be more stylish than the functional ones NASA actually uses. Film critics picked up the point that the Martian winds could amount to "barely a light breeze" in their reviews, and screenwriter Drew Goddard agreed the winds had to be considerably exaggerated in order to set up the situation that sets the story in motion.

-Ed Finn, director of the Center for Science and the Imagination at Arizona State University, said, "What this story does really well is imagine a near-future scenario that doesn't push too far of where we are today technically." British physicist Brian Cox said, "The Martian is the best advert for a career in engineering I've ever seen."
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
Do not trust any review above 2 stars. I think such users are payed reviewers.

I went to watch this "movie" not expecting much, but what i get was a total frustration.

I'd like to get a refund for the ticked i payed because i felt cheated. The movie is insulting to human intelligence. Totally pointless, superficial and from a scientific point of view, is an insult to every scientist. In addition i hope the NASA will call the production to a courtyard for how they have been represented in the movie.

Acting is quite often terrible too, no psychological immersion, all is a joke and with a little montage everything become possible... this movie is a waste of money and time, i want my money back!!!

Do not waste money and time over this one!


Think about : 1- growing potato over a soil not tested fertilized with astronauts "poo"... what about bacteria ? What about soil minerals and PH ? ... why he had potatoes in a martian station? (that's a joke)

2- why there is no scientific team studying and calculating ? Just a bunch of guys wandering around saying "yes" to the big boss or the minor actor acting like the "genius" ??

3- No information control at the NASA center??? Are you kidding me ??? An astronauts left alone over mars, does a real-time chatting with a "guy" (not even a psychologist) and such conversations are real-time public shared !!!! ARE YOU F*****G KIDDIN ME?????

4- sorry i forgot to mention that in such movie radiation are totally ignored, as you will never see the reflecting visor down even in "free space" while glancing at sun

There are tons of those nonsenses in the movie... i just have time to write down 4, but all the movie is 2 hours of such nonsenses.

TO CONCLUDE: this "movie" is an insult to the viewer, who liked it does ignore even the basic concepts of science, a terrible superficial plot. This "movie" is a scam, a fraud to steal our money. I've been cheated, listen to me and don't be fooled keep you time and money for something better.
A mission to Mars has to be aborted when a massive storm hits the surface. One crew member, believed killed during the storm, is left behind. NASA and crew mates all suffer over how to get him back, but not as much as he suffers himself. The Martian surprises with its emotional range, at times funny, poignant, contemplative and uplifting. It is 'Castaway' in space, but less concerned with existential crisis. It is also not as po-faced. At one point Damon says "We are going to science the sh*t out of this,'" his emphasis on 'science' and 'sh*t.' Yes, less rigorous authenticity in the science department, but despite the less than subtle sub-text - Damon practically winks at screen when he says the line - the Internet is full of finger-waggers who have scoured their A-level Physics textbooks to trump the screenwriter. Don't watch this if you want a science lesson, but do come for some great acting, gentle amusement, and a good cry at times. And if mid-70s pop is your musical bag, you are in for a bonus. The last 20 minutes are fairly over-cooked, and they too eagerly chase China box office, but the good elements more than make up for these minor flaws. Entertaining and moving fare.
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