Red Planet

Humans will probably be walking on Mars before we next see a decent movie about it. From the faux-philosophical MISSION TO MARS to this overblown, ridiculously contrived drive-in flick, 2000's entries are no better than 1953's ABBOTT AND COSTELLO GO TO MARS. It's 2057, and scientists still haven't found a way to silence hackneyed movie narrators. more

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Director (1 Credit)
Writer (3 Credits)
Channing Gibson
Chuck Pfarrar
Jonathan Lemkin
Producer (3 Credits)
Jorge Saralegui
Exec. Producer (3 Credits)
Charles J. D. Schlissel
Chuck Pfarrer
Cinematographer (1 Credit)
Peter Suschitzky
Editor (2 Credits)
Dallas Puett
Robert K. Lambert
Musical Composer (1 Credit)
Graeme Revell
Production Designer (1 Credit)
Owen Paterson
Art Director (2 Credits)
Catherine Mansill
Hugh Bateup
Costumes (1 Credit)
Kym Barrett
Casting (2 Credits)
Liz Mulliners
Lora Kennedy
Special Effects (5 Credits)
Flash Film Works
Jack Geist
Jaffrey A. Okun
John P. Mesa

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