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Red Faction: Origins (2011)

On a Mars colony in the year 2145, an officer in a rebel militia discovers that his sister, who was abducted a dozen years before, is still alive and has been raised as a soldier whose goal is to bring about the destruction of her brother's faction.

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Tess De La Vega
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The Matriarch
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Leo
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Corvallis
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Stoller
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Ben Sharpe
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Ezra
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Grogan
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Young Jake
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On a Mars colony in the year 2145, an officer in a rebel militia discovers that his sister, who was abducted a dozen years before, is still alive and has been raised as a soldier whose goal is to bring about the destruction of her brother's faction. Written by Deeww

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rebel | fight | space | 2140s | 22nd century | See All (6) »

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4 June 2011 (USA)  »

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The movie is based on a franchise of video games with the same name "Red Faction". See more »

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Alec Mason: The dead don't want anything. That's one of the benefits of being dead.
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Spun-off from Red Faction (2001) See more »

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Gee, you call this----the future?
30 April 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

the budget obviously was so limited that they have to rent a refinery to shoot the movie. sometimes, the setting was just like an abandoned steel factory. why the future looked so bleat and dreary? all the machines were just so out-dated old and primitive, the armors they wore were either funny or useless rubberized plastic molds. shin protectors also looked like the ancient roman soldiers' footwear, not even better than soccer players' shin shields. the acting were so bad, especially that young actress who played the sister role. the screenplay was so bad, sometimes it seemed like watching young Robin Hood with his monk friend. the British production simply looked so pathetic.


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