Based on an Exit Polling of 125 Moviegoers
Your Probability of
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Movie To Friends
|13-19||Teens (M)||13||Fairly High||92%|
|13-19||Teens (F)||6||Fairly Low||50%|
|20-29||Yg Adults (M)||34||Fairly Low||82%|
|20-29||Yg Adults (F)||10||About 50/50||90%|
|30+||Adults (M)||33||Fairly Low||78%|
|30+||Adults (F)||29||Fairly Low||82%|
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|I don't recall ever seeing opinions quite like this. There are very few real high opinions and very few real low opinions. Most of the opinions are "Good," and from our experience, this isn't a very high rating. This usually results in quite a few negative comments, which is true for this movie. This just wasn't a movie people enjoyed very much. If you're a fan of sci-fi, I would say this movie is certainly worth a rental, but everyone else should probably skip it.|
Mission Commander Kate Bowman (CARRIE-ANNE MOSS) is the pilot and commander of the most important mission of the 21st century: saving the human race.
It's 2050, earth is dying, and colonizing Mars is the only alternative to obliteration. Bowman and her crew have made this journey to investigate what went wrong with the malfunctioning Mars Terraforming Project, and to repair it. But what happens when they get there is far more terrifying than anyone could have guessed: a crash-landing leaves them without scientific, communication or escape equipment, and causes their military mapping and exploration robot to malfunction into an enemy, relentlessly dedicated to breaking the team down. Defying orders from Houston, Bowman refuses to leave Gallagher (VAL
KILMER), with whom she shares an intense emotional bond, and the others (TOM SIZEMORE, BENJAMIN
BRATT, SIMON BAKER and TERENCE STAMP), and instead attempts to guide them back from above.
But as the landing team explores the harsh new planet desperately seeking a way out, they make the most terrifying and baffling discovery of all: Mars may be barren, but it's not uninhabited.
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