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The Martian

Dirigida por Ridley Scott
Estados Unidos, Reino Unido, 2015
Aventuras, Ciencia-ficción


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.

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Marte Dirigida por Ridley Scott


Academy Awards

2016 | 7 nominaciones incluyendo: Best Motion Picture of the Year

American Film Institute Awards

2016 | Ganador: Movie of the Year

BAFTA Awards

2016 | 6 nominaciones incluyendo: Best Leading Actor

Writers Guild of America

2016 | Nominado: Best Adapted Screenplay (Screen)

A children’s movie about how great science is… Maybe the film is so bright because the days are thirty-nine minutes longer on Mars than on Earth, the same thirty-nine minutes that should have been cut from this Friday-less Robinson Crusoe. Kristen Wiig, however, is on hand to show that girls aren’t into The Lord of the Rings.
February 25, 2016
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It’s a good movie. It’s fun. Ridley engages in playfulness, something he didn’t even try in his misbegotten, joyless romcom A Good Year… It’s the fun he’s having that makes me forgive how fucking cute the script can be. Some of that dialogue is…not good. The nerd who wrote the book may have a great grip on the way nerds think, but he can’t write dialogue normal people would say to each other.
December 07, 2015
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There is so much to praise, but I couldn’t help but just be so taken with and amazed by Matt Damon’s performance, because let’s remember, the majority of the movie he is all by himself… Every scene has its own energy and thrust (he must do this, he must try this now, he must fix this, he has an idea!!, he tries to accomplish things), and with each scene, each obstacle, each triumph, the character goes through the full spectrum of emotions.
October 30, 2015
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  • Michael H. CLAES's rating of the film Marte

    Goodtimes and misfortunes of white potatoes on the red planet. A new job with a future? Astrobotanist ! ====== Heurs et malheurs de pommes de Mars sur la planète rouge. Un nouveau job avec de l'avenir ? Astrobotaniste !

  • mpho3's rating of the film Marte

    To quote Jesse from Breaking Bad, “Yeah science, Bitch!" Yup, that was funny to me. The "humor" in The Martian is not. It took me a bit to even realize it was supposed to be funny. I'm all for a lost in space tale that's not all doom and gloom and that's about human ingenuity and perseverance, but if it's gonna be a comedy, make that shit smart and funny, not smart and cutesy.

  • Petra Simmons's rating of the film Marte

    Science needs more propaganda. Apparently some think American-Chinese relations do, too. Then again, some seem to think the world needs more of those Ben Affleck or Matt Damon, or whichever all-American fratboy that was being the gregarious, laid-back hero movies. But, anyway... Yay science!

  • Zachary T.'s rating of the film Marte

    Doesn't win any points for its trite and obnoxious marketing. But, when it isn't being fluffy or recruiting for NASA, "The Martian" is endearingly optimistic, multinational and multicultural science fiction. As a blockbuster, it's pure formula -- but the filmmakers are about as resourceful and intelligent as their central character, and we seldom notice.

  • Trevor Tillman's rating of the film Marte

    If Prometheus was night, this is day—a celebration of human inquisitiveness and solidarity; rather than warning against the perils of seeking forbidden knowledge. Films like this not only make for great entertainment, but are increasingly vital for impressionable minds. I can easily see a kid pursuing a career in science upon seeing this, just as many scientists today credit Gene Roddenberry as their gateway drug.

  • HKFanatic's rating of the film Marte

    "The Martian" is an engineered-to-please summer blockbuster that just so happens to be releasing in the fall. It's as though Ridley Scott realized Noomi Rapace's claustrophobic, anxiety-ridden sequence in the medical pod was "Prometheus'" most successful moment, and decided to explore that brand of space peril in a more optimistic and utopian tale. The result is like a Roland Emmerich movie minus the schmaltz.

  • Matthew Martens's rating of the film Marte

    A curiously antiseptic Little-Botanist-Who-Could tale that, like the superior Interstellar before it, doubles as a NASA recruitment video, The Martian boasts eye-searing planetscapes that can't make up for its blank lack of interiority or its frustrating failure to bring science to life except as a cartoon of gung-ho can-do moxie. And the running 'disco sucks' joke is, or should be, plenty embarrassing.

  • Bizzskip Nurse's rating of the film Marte

    Celebrating loneliness, solitary life (and humanity) in a fun and calm way (on the contrary to Gravity). It's simple because the film itself wants to show a simple point of view about one very important thing : SURVIVE your life.

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