The Last Days on Mars


Action / Horror / Sci-Fi / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 20%
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IMDb Rating 5.5 10 31876


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February 20, 2014 at 09:01 PM


Liev Schreiber as Vincent Campbell
Olivia Williams as Kim Aldrich
Elias Koteas as Charles Brunel
Romola Garai as Rebecca Lane
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755.79 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 38 min
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1.44 GB
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1hr 38 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Michael Ledo 6 / 10

Blue Skies around the corner

NOW! Complete with spot spoilers.

This film is about the Aurora 2 International Mars station. It is a 6 month one way journey. Their mission is for 6 months. They are in the final 20 hours of the mission before they return to Earth. The characters are introduced with Kim (Olivia Williams) being a person everyone would rather not work with. She is upset because their mission failed to find any life. Meanwhile the Russian scientist (Goran Kostic) is out repairing a gamma sensor...when....

The set and background was pretty decent. I didn't know if the film was going to be: a) boring like "Gravity" b) a smart horror like "Ghosts of Mars" c) something stupid like a big rubber headed monster or something really dumb like zombies.

Yup. It was "C." I couldn't believe they wasted a nice looking set. It seems a Martian bacterial infection causes people to not only go crazy and want to harm other people, but it also allows the organism to operate in the near non-existing Martian atmosphere. I hate it when a military doctor says, "Sorry, penicillin isn't going to work this time" but nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition, which at this point would have made the film better.

People who enjoyed "Apollo 18" might like this one. I saw it as wasted potential. Works as a rental.

Parental Guidance: F-bomb. No sex or nudity.

Reviewed by sherylchilders82 7 / 10

Brilliantly open

The Last Days On Mars Hulu This film shines in what it doesn't say. Everyone says this is too familiar and has nothing new, but I strongly disagree. While it does build on great past sci fi films, it puts an Earthly plot (zombies essentially) on a foreign planet. It's most definitely not just a monster movie (though it also takes cues from some great ones). It is definitively sci fi, snuggly fitting with the classics (2001: A Space Odyssey, Event Horizon, even Interstellar, though technically that came after, plus the various Mars movies), although it is a more subtle type, destined to be under appreciated because of its willingness to leave so many plot points open. Like great sci fi (stress in the fi), it has a lot of unexplained phenomena that it recognizes wholeheartedly (how can they be moving if their brain isn't functioning?), but it is compelling enough for you to suspend your disbelief and enjoy the ride. Also, don't expect a clean ending. Good sci fi will leave you with an open mind - and that is why this is so good, but also less popular. Unfortunately, most general audiences prefer to be coached down to every detail and meaning in art. Come on people. Have a bit of imagination. Frankly, I do sometimes like movies that dumb everything down, or especially movies that make logical sense down to the very last detail, but I also appreciate something different, some variety. And I would say that this film delivered on both levels - we pretty much know what is going to happen in the end, without having to actually see it. It leaves that unsettled feeling that is also somehow comforting.

Reviewed by brettascott 6 / 10


It started very promisingly and was progressing in a nice state of mystery, suspense and tension...which was all punctured in an instant with the indiscriminate use of an electric drill - at that point I laughed out loud and they lost me. As for the alien infection, has anybody else lost an entire crop due to tomato blight? It's not a pretty sight and ends with the destruction of all living organisms in your garden - still a better watch than this stinker though. NEXT!

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