This stunning collection of Doctor Who specials –The Next Doctor, Planet of the Dead, The Waters of Mars and The End of Time, Part One & Two – is a must own for all Doctor Who fans. The four imaginative, action-packed specials are the farewell to star David Tennant and Russell T Davies, the mastermind behind the rebirth of the modern Doctor Who. The specials culminate in the dramatic regeneration of the Doctor, giving fans their first glimpse of the eleventh Doctor, played by Matt Smith. The specials are packed with a terrific lineup of guest stars including Michelle Ryan (Bionic Woman), David Morrissey (State of Play, Sense and Sensibility), Lindsay Duncan (Alice in Wonderland (2010), Rome, Under the Tuscan Sun) and many more that we can’t reveal just yet!
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Not only do you have a panoramic view of the park in front of your home, but with a custom-built observatory in your backyard, you can also catch a glimpse of Mars! This home has a coveted view only few homes in this neighborhood can boast of. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Go beneath the surface of Mars where a new enemy awaits you in Red Faction: Armageddon.
Battle:Los Angeles World Invasion:Battle LA-Eckhart, Rodriguez,Peña-Tyrone Rubin Film Show
Second new trailer for Battle: Los Angeles was released.
World Invasion: Battle LA
Director: Jonathan Liebesman
Wrath of the Titans (2012)
Writer: Christopher Bertolini
Aaron Eckhart as a Marine Staff Sergeant
Michelle Rodriguez as Technical Sergeant Adriana Santos, USAF
Bridget Moynahan as a veterinarian
Michael Peña as the father of a boy the Marines find along the way
The Lincoln Lawyer (post-production) 18 March 2011
Score: Brian Tyler
X-Men: First Class
John Carter of Mars
X-Men: First Class
The Green Hornet
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Greg Strause .... visual effects designer
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Darius inadvertently breaks the seal holding back an ancient enemy, which now threatens to unleash hell across the whole of Mars in Red Faction: Armageddon.
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Embark on a journey to the wonderful world of Mars!
The year is 2040 and the Earth has become too polluted and crowded. Mankind must leave the Earth in search of other planets to call home. Rich families moved to the moon, while Jimmy Levy and his family decided to transfer to Mars because of its proximity to Earth.
Jimmy liked bugs. He spent hours watching bugs to see what they would do next, and what they did was always interesting. But his parents told him not to bring anything from Earth to Mars.
Little did his parents know that in a most desperate moment, Jimmy and his bug would become heroes and save the Earth’s Martian Colony from disaster.
Set in the wounded planet of Mars, JOHN CARTER OF MARS chronicles the journey of Civil-War veteran John Carter (TAYLOR KITSCH), who finds himself battling a new and mysterious war amidst a host of strange Martian inhabitants, including Tars Tarkas (WILLEM DAFOE) and Dejah Thoris (LYNN COLLINS).
Is Disney's take on the classic sci-fi series, A Princess of Mars, worth the wait? See what Alex, Dan and Jeff have to say!
O.K. this John Carter movie looks sorta like a Star Wars rip-off. Why should I spend my money to go see a retread? I’m Keith Kelly. Stick around, and I’ll let you know why “John Carter” is worth a trip to theatre.
I’m going to confess right up front that I’ve been a fan of John Carter of Mars for over 40 years. The original novel was written way back in 1911, by Edgar Rice Burroughs, whom some of you may know by his more famous creation-Tarzan of the Apes.
I instantly fell in love with the swashbuckling adventures of Mr. Carter, his princess Deja Thoris, the landscapes of a dying planet Mars, the 4-armed 15 foot tall Tharks, and all the other great bits of imagination that soaked every page.
The film has been in development hell since the 1930’s-first as an animated version, then with stop-motion, then with an ever-increasing list of filmmakers trying to get a handle on the sweeping story. Its influences have been seen in everything from Flash Gordon, to Superman, to Star Wars and Avatar. George Lucas especially borrowed heavily from the series. Maybe “borrowed” is too nice a word.
So Walt Disney finally bankrolled Director Andrew Stanton-the guy who brought Wall-E to life, and the end result is the $250 million “John Carter”. I guess they figured naming the film with its original title “A Princess of Mars” might have seemed a bit too wimpy.
The end result is a pretty decent movie that the trailers don’t do justice. Not totally spectacular, but a good, solid action-adventure space opera fitting for most members of the family. It’s not slavish to the book-which is not a bad thing since literary and movie tastes have changed a lot in the past hundred years. It does hold true to all the important aspects of the novel. Fighting man John Carter gets transported to a dying planet-Mars, or “Barsoom” as the natives call it. Because of the difference in gravity, he finds he is stronger, faster, and can leap tall buildings in a single bound. He first meets the savage Tharks, and their noble leader, or “Jeddak”-Tars Tarkas. We follow his adventures as he slowly steps into the role he is destined for-Savior of the planet Barsoom, and as he falls in love with Dejah Thoris.
This film is an exotic adventure, with great visuals, realistic and emotive alien creatures, stirring action and even a little romance. It does get a little too “talky” at times, slowing down the pace too much, and it takes awhile to get to the full-out action scenes, but it’s all worth it in the end.
Taylor Kitsch was not what I had originally envisioned as John Carter, but he won me over with his quiet brooding charm and a touch of humor-he wasn’t just a hunk with lots of muscles. Lynn Collins makes a luminous modern princess-smart, self-reliant with the ability to kick-ass. Mark Strong is slimy and powerful as the villain Matai Shang. I would have liked some more screen time for Willem Dafoe’s excellent Tars Tarkas, to see a little more of the building friendship that was in the book, but maybe we’ll see more of that in a sequel-if the box office demands one.
I give John Carter, directed by Andrew Stanton, a grade of “B”. I’m Keith Kelly.
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