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There are a couple of quick shots of upper nudity on women, and some profanity. There are a few shots of (unrealistic) blood and gore. I don't want to give too much away story wise. I doubt you would watch this more than once, so rent it on a slow night. It is what it is.
So yeah, Mars Base Two is run by a power-happy middle manager named Lisa (Melissa Bush), who reacts to any crisis by scheduling meetings, trying to contact the corporate office back on Earth for advice, and demanding impossible things from her employees. In other words, she's the type of ice queen who will lock down the entire base with a crew member outside trying to get back in. Up until now, things have been going just fine - largely because Mars Base Two serves almost no purpose. The only people who actually do anything are Wil (Chuck Hartsell) and his assistant, who go out on scouting missions trying to find an appropriate location for Mars Base Three.Read more ›
I'm giving it five stars because I just enjoyed it so much and have found myself watching it again and again.
This movie is full of good things. It's very low budget and takes huge advantage of that. Rather than depict the future as something somber and serious, this movie lets the characters be very down-to-earth and human. Right at the start we're treated to the sight of Michelle, the space nympho, wandering around nude but for a fishbowl-shaped space helmet, looking for someone to perform the "docking maneuve." There's a mechanic named Beth who always carries a bag of pot around with her—Space Pot! And there's a wicked looking alien on the loose to. A lot of people compare the comedy in this movie to The Office, and it's a very good comparison. Also, there's no effort to conceal the fact that this movie must have been made in the South. Heavy accents all around.
Directed By: Chance Shirley
Anyone here ever heard of a sci-fi horror film named, Interplanetary?
Well, if you have yet to hear about it, now is a good of a time as any
to get really familiar with it. I can honestly say I had a massively
good time while watching it and I'm sure most of you will as well.
It's hard to make a space story blend in well with horror and comedy
but this movie gets it right for the most part. I was shocked by now
entertained I was but that just goes to show some of the better films
you can see are a lot of the times the ones you've never heard of
Nine men and women, employees of Interplanetary Corporation, live and
work on Mars. Their days aren't particularly interesting, much less
exciting. Until they are assaulted by a murderous band of strangers
and seemingly unstoppable alien creature. Do these attacks have
anything to do with the Martian fossil recently uncovered by one of
the employees? Will the rapidly increasing body count adversely affect
interplanetary's stock prices? And can anyone survive long enough to
fill out the inevitable paperwork?.. The tone of this plot summary
should be all you need to figure out the tone of this movie.
I wasn't sure of what I was getting myself into when I popped in
Interplanetary, but I was happy with what I got as the result. What
you have here is a movie that seems to have humor that's a little on
the dry side. It's funny and it doesn't just think it's funny, it's
literally funny.Read more ›
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The Martian "Scienced the Sh*t" out of the problems he had thrust upon him. I can't wait to see the movie.Published 8 months ago by Christoph F. Hattoon
This movie sucks more than a black hole...really, not even light can escape how awful it is. I like scifi and offbeat comedies, but there is absolutely nothing funny or interesting... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Shredward
awful acting, cheezy sets, no continuity to story. if you want to see how not to make a movie, this pushes all the buttons.Published on June 18, 2014 by william adamson
I suppose this was supposed to be a funny knock off 'Mission on Mars' but in a word, or two...It Sucked!Published on April 12, 2014 by FW Adams
really, really sucks Looks like it was made in Tasmania by the Tasmanian Devil and Bugs Bunny and directed by Kim young mentally ill.Published on January 21, 2014 by Miguel E Shiling
Even on a cold Minnesota winter day this film would stink!
I knew that this was a B movie but held out hope that it would provide some new twist no matter how badly executed. Read more