When the first manned mission to Mars meets with a catastrophic and mysterious disaster after reporting an unidentified structure, a rescue mission is launched to investigate the tragedy and bring back any survivors.
When a mysterious storm kills all but one crew member of the first manned mission to mars, a rescue mission is launched. Once on the red planet, the crew finds the sole survivor of the first mission who informs them that this was no ordinary storm. It was meant to protect something. But what?Written by
The oxygen supplied to the engine would be just enough to cause the fuel in the engine to burn with little waste. There would not be excess oxygen to allow the leaked fuel to ignite and explode. See more »
Okay, people let's look sharp now. We're gonna run this simulation one more time. If we overshoot, there's no coming back.
Yeah, and drifting through eternity will ruin your whole day.
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Ma 'Tit Fille
Written by Buckwheat Zydeco (as Stanley Dural, Jr.)
Performed by Buckwheat Zydeco
Courtesy of The Island Def Jam Music Group
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Okay, I saw this movie a few nights ago on cable, and I don't understand why everyone is bashing it. Yeah, there were some moments that made me want to flip channels until I found the Jay Leno reruns, but for the most part, I liked it. Yeah, you heard me! I LIKED IT! Come on people, this isn't supposed to be a -film-. It's an "action/ sifi" (and I use the terms loosely) -flick- with a sweet underlying story about relationships and friendship. The whole Woody/Terri thing was nice(good acting Tim Robbins! I actually believed the whole lovestruck husband routine, and that's a lot coming from me. Plus he (Tim) was cute... up until the point he turned into a human ice cube) and Jerry O'Connell's character Phil was great. The whole "Phil isn't here right now. He left five minutes ago!" thing was my fave line of the movie. I didn't like the ending, but there were a few good moments like the scene between Jim, Phil, and the M&M "woman", Woody & Terri dancing ("This is my last chance to be graceful. Once we're back on Earth, it's back to shuffling my feet and grabbing her butt"), and the part where a major character sacrifices himself to get another character to return to the ship instead of trying to save him. This -flick- is no Deep Impact or Armageddon, but it's better than a lot of movies I've seen. 7.8/10
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