The idea of a child beeing born on Mars sounded intriguing. So the movie starts interesting but quickly turns into a generic love story with a predictable plot and a forseeable ending. That needn´t be a bad thing but what didn´t make this work for me is the whole setup. The story supposedly takes place in 2034 and it doesn´t show. People are driving decade old cars for instance. And it seems to be pretty easy to just steal cars everywhere and drive around in them from state to state without beeing spotted althought they seem to have pretty good sattelite surveillance. I know that´s not the point of the story but you could have told it pretty much in any time period one way or the other. If the SciFi part doesn´t add anything to it beside the distance why use it at all? That all aside technically this is a nice movie. But, as I said, for me that is like getting an empty present.
It wasn't as good as I thought it would be, mainly because of it being a rushed timeline to a point that i was thinking it was skipping, but other than that I thought it was a good film. Funny in parts. Good performances. Different. Good watch.
What an amazing movie...simply stunning visuals
Funny, adorable a lot of smart people. It was good movie.
Personally I really loved this movie. There where parts that did seem rushed, the acting was good and I couldn't help but feel what the characters felt. I have no idea if this was just my depression making me overly emotional but I did get a little emotional at the end of the film.
The first act, albeit riddled with plot holes, was still endurable. The second and third act, however, got ridiculous and dumb.
Oh yeah, how did they get Gary freaking Oldman for this?
Absolute garbage. By the end of the movie my companion and I couldn't hold back our audible laughter in the theater regarding the awful and implausible storyline and scenes. I was more than disappointed to see that Gary Oldman couldn't even save this movie from its horrendous writing. The movie's "plot" plays out as though a group of middle school kids were simply shouting out "and what if this happened next," and all their comments were cobbled together in a failed attempt at making a salvageable film. This movie should only be viewed once (if) it hits basic cable and you can relish in the commercials as respite from the mind-numbing rubbish that the 121 minutes of this film offer.
جميل جداً I love it so much
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Holy shit was this painful to sit through. I felt every single minute as this went on. Like it was 4 hours long, but was only 2 hours. While not the worst thing I've seen this year, because there's much worst. However it will struggle to be remembered in the late future.
Asa Butterfield is getting worst in terms of picking movies and his acting. In this movie, he's very one note and I didn't buy the romance with Britt Robertson.
Gary Oldman is here for a pay check, but then again every actor gets paid, so it's not just him. Since it's Oldman, he is the best part of the film.
Imagine if Nicholas Sparks made a Sci-Fi story, just the worst kind.
the whole pace of the movie was off and the story was mildly interesting
Old-fashioned family movie, reminiscent of something Disney may have produced in the 1970's. A little sappy at times, and it could have benefitted from a longer running time, but I enjoyed the film regardless.
I really enjoyed this movie. Interesting, fantastical premise, good love story, good acting, beautiful landscapes. A nice way to end an evening. I give it a 7 (good) out of 10.
Not what I expected! Up to the point I wasn't sure where the story is going and whether I like it. Then it seemed to be about teenagers falling in love, but in the end - what a beautiful story it turned out!!
passez votre chemin si vous avez + de 15 ans, sinon passez votre chemin. il y a vraiment beaucoup d'espace entre ce film et le cinéma.
Yes i didn't made a lot of sense but it was more than ok, i enjoyed it for a Sunday evening movie. I assume it appeals more to the 14 age kids out there
whaou.... juste magnifique, émouvant, triste. Ça fais vraiment réfléchir. J'en ai pleuré tellement l'histoire m'a émue... A voir à tout prix!
j'ai adoré l'histoire! tellement magnifique ! ça fait réfléchir sur le sens de notre existence. sur notre vision. A voir !
A female friend recommended this movie. This is nothing more than cliched, sentimental, sappy teenage drivel. It shouldn't even be referred to as science fiction. There's plenty of fiction but practically zero science. In this movie, communication between Mars and Earth is magically instantaneous. Other than the premise that the boy was born and lived his entire life on Mars so his physiology is different and unable to withstand the gravity of Earth, there's not much in the way of scifi here. The whole premise is just a setup for this particular star-crossed lovers scenario. So this was my impression of the movie. Admittedly, I was a little upset being blindsided by a silly teenage romance movie, after going in expecting more.
If you are the "awww how sweet" kind of person then you will probably like this movie. It is a new twist on the old theme. Speaking of twists, there's even a twist when it comes to the boy discovering who his father is. So if you are able to avoid the scifi trap and subsequent disappointment and the things like instantaneous communication between the two planets don't bother you then you should enjoy this movie just fine. To the creators' credit, they probably figured that the kind of person who would like this movie wouldn't even realize that instantaneous communication between Earth and Mars was a problem.
The movie ends with the girl training so that she can go to Mars obviously to be with the boy. How is that supposed to play out? Is she going to go for a few months and return every year for the rest of her life. That's going to get old quick. Or is she going to leave Earth, her life, friends, and family forever to be with the one she loves on Mars essentially putting herself in the same situation the boy was so desperate to escape.
Not an amazing movie, but pretty damn cute. The ending, with Nathaniel being his father and Tulsa training at NASA was so predictable. The entire setup was pretty predictable. But like I said - kinda cute and wonderful and a little weird, so I didn't mind all the stuff I didn't like.
i actually loved this movie, Britt & Asa and Carla and Gary oldman c'mon who won't love this teamup. the ending wasn't expected because in all movie u expect the boy gets the girl and carry on their lives together and in this case they kinda do but a bit different. overall i loved it. a lot of space movies lol!!
It really looked like this movie was made in a rush. The story and the idea of the movie was amazing and all but the acting and filming was garbage! I wish universal studios or warner bros some other big entertainment company brought it out. REALLY DISAPPOINTED