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Adam (Kirk Douglas) and Alex (Farrah Fawcett) are two scientists stationed deep beneath the barren surface of Saturns third moon, Titan. They live together in idyllic isolation in a space-age Eden, seeking new forms of food for an exhausted planet Earth. Their perfect world is interrupted when Benson (Harvey Keitel) arrives as Saturn goes into eclipse and cuts off communication with the rest of the solar system. Aided by his helper robot Hector, James reduces life to one single purpose…survival. The robot becomes violently unmanageable. For Adam and Alex, their only hope is to flee, but the homicidal robot stands in their way. Produced and directed by legendary filmmaker Stanley Donen (Singin In The Rain, Charade and Seven Brides For Seven Brothers), Saturn 3 is a pulse-pounding study in sci-fi suspense! Feel that pulse pound!
Good old movie and Kirk Douglas is in excellent shape at 60 plus in the movie. Nice ending with the reference to Chess and the concept of sacrifice.Published 1 month ago by Cowboybob
It was kind of neat to revisit this old flick, but it was not as good as I recall.Published 1 month ago by Joseph C.
This was one of my all time favorite sci Fi thrillers when I was younger. Still just as good today as it was years ago.Published 2 months ago by Blake VanSlyke
An amazing film that is NOW a cult favorite! Take a Blue Dreamer pill and drift off into infinity!! the robot was frightening as can be!!!! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Edward J. Held
THE STORY: an unbalanced astronaut (Harvey Keitel), kills a space pilot and impersonates him in order to gain access to the remote food research facility of Saturn 3. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Hose Nose (aka Jinzo Ningen)
Dumb movie, but to see Farrah in her prime is well worth it. Such a pity..Published 3 months ago by Atlas 1943
Director Stanley Donen comes a sci-fi thriller starring Farrah Fawcett, Kirk Douglas and Harvey Keitel. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Don C.