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The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars

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Excitement awaits the entire family as all your favorite electrical appliances -- Toaster, Lampy, Radio, Kirby, and Blanky -- return for their bravest adventure yet. Robbie, the master's baby, has been mysteriously beamed up to Mars! It's up to our heroes, plus a houseful of new friends -- a fan, a microwave, calculator, bag of cheddar-flavored popcorn, and "the contraption in the junk drawer" -- to reach for the stars and bring him safely home. Starring the voice talents of Farrah Fawcett, Carol Channing, Wayne Knight (Newman on "Seinfeld"), and Alan King, and featuring all-new songs, this delightful tale overflows with friendship and courage. For out-of-this-world entertainment, Disney's THE BRAVE LITTLE TOASTER GOES TO MARS is one fun-filled mission your children will love!

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Excitement awaits the entire family as all your favorite electrical appliances -- Toaster, Lampy, Radio, Kirby, and Blanky -- return for their bravest adventure yet. Robbie, the master's baby, has been mysteriously beamed up to Mars! It's up to our heroes, plus a houseful of new friends -- a fan, a microwave, calculator, bag of cheddar-flavored popcorn, and "the contraption in the junk drawer" -- to reach for the stars and bring him safely home. Starring the voice talents of Farrah Fawcett, Carol Channing, Wayne Knight (Newman on "Seinfeld"), and Alan King, and featuring all-new songs, this delightful tale overflows with friendship and courage. For out-of-this-world entertainment, Disney's THE BRAVE LITTLE TOASTER GOES TO MARS is one fun-filled mission your children will love! END

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  • Actors: Farrah Fawcett, Brian Doyle-Murray, Deanna Oliver, DeForest Kelley, Eric Lloyd
  • Directors: Robert C. Ramirez
  • Writers: Willard Carroll
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    G
    General Audience
  • Studio: Walt Disney Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: September 2, 2003
  • Run Time: 73 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (81 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00009YXAX
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,654 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars" on IMDb

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I'm a Grade 12 student who recently got back into watching the Toaster movies because I remember the "Brave Little Toaster" from when I was little. I noticed on the back of the video box, the credits said "Based on the novella by Thomas M. Disch".
So what did this Grade 12 student do? I went to the library and signed out the two books that correspond to the first two movies (there is no third book for "Toaster to the Rescue").
The books are very different from the movies, and in watching "Goes to Mars" I realized that a lot of aspects would be hard to understand if you haven't read the book, which is quite supplementary to the plot in the movie. There is no baby in the book (the appliances, in the first book, end up with a retired ballerina instead of the Master they had been looking for) and Einstein's hearing aid actually helps Radio to pick up signals from the Wonderluxe appliances on Mars which tell them that they plan to destroy Earth. The reason for going to Mars is essentially the same as in the movie. And the Christmas angel was really sent to Mars with the Wonderluxe appls. (NOT the Viking 1) as a free gift for buying them (when they were on Earth). Her role stays the same in the movie.
As for the quality of this movie, I was expecting it to be really bad, but I loved it. The weakest point was the soundtrack ...the words (apart from the campaigning song between Toaster and the Supreme Commander) were inane and the music was rather uninspired (again, except for the campainging song).
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I've never seen so many applicances get around so often. Perhaps NASA should hire the Toaster and his pals to get them to Mars! This is an entertaining installment but the plot is a bit confusing for some small children. There are very few little ones who know who Albert Einstein is, much less the theory of relativity (or the unified theory). There's also few children who know what hearing aids are for. I'd suggest watching this movie with your kids to explain (to their comprehension)the confusing bits of the story.
The second film to be produced in this trilogy (although the last in it), Mars is the second best. The colorful backgrounds, songs and adventure will capture your child's attention. It also provides a great dialog about values, misunderstandings and prejudice. It's also a entertaining movie. It's a pity that Disney didn't invest a bit more money in this sequel (it was actually done outside of Disney if I'm not mistaken and picked up by the company). The animation could have been a bit smoother but your kids probably won't notice.
The songs are enjoyable and the difficulties the characters have provide excellent examples of conflict resolution for kids. The plot is less dark than the first film but, again, may require a bit of explaining.
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I originally bought this movie for my 10-year-old son, but then I took it with me to show to 2-9 year old children that I had to watch while my son was at Scout Camp. My son loves the movie. Those kids were captivated by it. I love watching it as well. I never knew that this movie existed before I went online to buy the first two "Brave Little Toaster" movies and I am so glad that I bought this movie. It is extremely enjoyable! It is definitely an awesome movie for all ages!!
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I haven't seen this one. My son loved these movies when he was younger on VHS. He is now 15 & mentioned to me that he'd love to see them again. I thought they'd be a cute surprise gift for him, so I purchased all 3. I know he really liked the original. But he does want to read the books.
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I had not watched the Brave Little Toaster before so I had no idea there were sequels. My husband is a fan of the BLT so he started our daughter and son watching it. Then I came across the BLT goes to mars and my children loved it. They want to watch this movie again and again. Of course I was the same with the Little Mermaid when I was ten and it just came out. The five stars are from the kiddos because I am in the minority in my family, I just don't get these movies, but I don't tell my babies that.
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By A Customer on September 30, 2003
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It pains me to have to think about this movie again, but I thought I'd write a review to warn people away, if I could. Some of the other reviewers don't sound too fond of the Brave Little Toaster movies, period, but that's not the case with me! I loved the original movie, and the other sequel (part two in the Disney-adapted storyline) "The Brave Little Toaster to the Rescue," is an enjoyable extension of the Toaster series, if not quite up to the original. This dreck, just forget it. I don't care how nuts you and/or your kids are about the Brave Little Toaster, if you're over 3 years old this monsterpiece will give you brain cramps. (And why would you want to traumatize a 3 year old with this!?) I watched this film with a 7 year old and a 9 year old, and we all agreed about how awful it is.
When I first watched this very convoluted movie, it brought every "what were they smoking" cliche to mind about the screenwriters and director. Seriously, it was hard to imagine that people whose brains weren't chemically fried could POSSIBLY think that some of the nonsense and downright creepiness in this flick was a good idea. Then I finally read the Brave Little Toaster books by Thomas M. Disch (which are excellent, by the way, and I highly recommend them.) A large part of the awfulness of the "Mars" movie sequel seems to result from the unfortunate collision of the Disney- and Disch-authored plots. Disney pretty much took Disch's concept of anthropomorphic appliances and ran with it, adding their own human characters and greatly altering the plot. The "master" of the appliances Rob McGroarty, his girlfriend/wife Chris, the veterinary school thing --all 100% Disney.
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