Robinson Crusoe on Mars


Action / Adventure / Sci-Fi

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 94%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 62%
IMDb Rating 6.6 10 5234


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Adam West as Col. Dan McReady
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781.85 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 50 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by thejcowboy22 5 / 10

Load the Shuttle were going to Mars, Don't Forget your pet Monkey!

I first watched this movie about human survival, yet somewhat palatable as you witness the difficulty of Commander Christopher Draper (Paul Mantee) and his pet Monkey Mona survive the Martian landscape for a food and water. Let me start over by explaining Draper's uncustomary circumstance. Two astronauts, (The other being Dan McCready played by Adam West), and a monkey named Mona are on a collision course with a large meteoriod. Commander Draper and McCready have to abort their ship and enter two separate life pods to avoid an oncoming sphere. Forced down to Mars in a life pods which crash land, Draper and Mona survived but McCready wasn't so lucky. The real problem starts when the air, food and water run out. You follow Draper in his struggles. The cinematography was used with specific camera angles as if you were with Draper all the time. The movie made me feel like I was there along for the adventure. Despite all those obstacles the biggest challenge was solitude, isolation. This movie worked for me on all counts. I wasn't bored even with this limited cast as your waiting for something to happen at anytime. Adequate supporting role by Victor Lunden as Friday. This film sparked my curiosity for the stars.

Reviewed by Leofwine_draca 6 / 10

Juvenile but fun

ROBINSON CRUSOE ON MARS is a lively and fairly childish science fiction picture of 1964 that feels worlds away from the real-life space exploration and Moon landings that were taking place some five years later. The title gives everything away, telling of an astronaut who finds himself stranded on the Red Planet with only a monkey for company, at least until a friendly alien (who bizarrely looks like an Egyptian) shows up to act as his Man Friday. There are UFO attacks borrowed from WAR OF THE WORLDS (which Byron Haskin also directed) along with very little realism or attention to detail. The monkey is cute, though, the sets and FX are very colourful, and Paul Mantee works hard to invest us in his role.

Reviewed by Eric Stevenson 8 / 10

Not really Robinson Crusoe

Well, this isn't technically an adaptation of Robinson Crusoe, because Robinson Crusoe isn't even the character's name! In fact, we actually hear the word "Robinson Crusoe" being said at one point! As in, it's the name of a novel in universe! Still, this movie is a lot better than you would think. Judging from the title, I thought it would be pretty dumb. I expected it to have a lot of goofy looking aliens, given on par with 1960's effects.

Instead, we actually got none of that but instead a faithful retelling of the classic tale! It's never campy or anything. Speaking of camp, I didn't even recognize Adam West in this movie and may he rest in space. The monkey is very entertaining here. I checked that he had a tail and is indeed a monkey! The colors are very nice and so is the character Friday. ***

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