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Plot: A young boy named Milo gains a deeper appreciation for his mom after Martians come to Earth to take her away. Runtime: 88 min Release Date: 11 Mar 2011
Deep and thrilling charmer. Extreme negative criticism a mystery to me, but whatever... (by bopdog)
I just saw this movie tonight, without first having read a single review or description, and really liked it. Then I logged on here to IMDb and saw the roster of haters ripping it apart. Yikes! I respect that others may not feel the same as I about everything- but dang, i was frankly surprised to see so many reviews here that all sounded the same. Even the wording and phrasing was the same. And all also said the only "honest" review would be a one or two rating on a ten scale review. Let's agree to disagree then. If anything, all that "in-concert, lock- step criticism" <more>
may just indicate that PR firms can plant negative as well as positive stuff. Sigh...I liked the story. It was ABOUT something- not just frenetic action to amuse 8 year-olds, and then with a few triple-entendres for the parents thrown in. It showed, or at least attempted to show, the potential social evil of any mass-enforced dogma. After all, dogma doesn't quite conform to, or support might be a better word, our natural tendencies. Perhaps the story was comparable to what George Orwell's "Animal Farm" scene might have been like 10 years after the book's ending. But maybe that's reading too much into it.The movie had the Martian women throwing away the make babies through a hole in the ground into a subterranean trash heap under the planet surface. The fervor of the sex-typed pogroms was played by Mindy Sterling, the fine actress who played Frau Farbissina in the Austin powers movies, and the hapless Iris in the great and under-appreciated "Drop Dead Gorgeous." . Her "Supervisor" dictator character was quick- tempered, ready to use lethal violence in support of her agenda, and she constantly screamed her shrill exhortations to the all-female Martian army to root out any and all males, and smash old-school feminine values such as motherhood. A bit of a shrew, with a machine gun.Maybe that's what set the haters off? Or maybe a Hollywood feud I know nothing about. or, maybe, the movie is not for everyone? At any rate I loved it, and am glad I went. I do not, however, think small children will like it. There is much genuine danger, and realistic peril the boy's mother allows herself to die in order to save her son of the type that can truly give a little kid nightmares. Mature kids will probably find it a thrilling and gripping story. They will likely appreciate being addressed as intelligent and sensitive people, too, and not just Pop-Tart eating zombies.
My 6 year old son and I went to see "Mars Needs Moms" on a "Mommy and Me Date". After 2 weeks of asking me if "Mars Needs Moms" was in the movie theater - the opening weekend finally came.We snuggled up in the theater and I honestly enjoyed every moment of the movie. My son did as well.The movie is very sweet and has fun humor. At one point I did tear up.On our way home I asked my son what his favorite part was and he said "when the mommy got saved by her son" and then he said "mom, if you were kidnapped by aliens I would save you." Love him! <more>
All in all I would recommend this movie. I just hate it hasn't done well in the box office. It really is good.
this is an excellent movie and I was surprised to see such a low rating on IMDb which indicate how serious people are in rating various categories May be this was watched by porn liking yuppies and they gave it a low mark lolz In my view this is a very well made, heart touching story very much depicting the situation around us. An excellent work which must be given full credit me, my wife and my younger daughter 4 watched it from the very first scene to the last without moving anywhere with full concentration and really enjoyed it A must watch for a family with mother in it : After a long <more>
time, i found this animation in fact after samba.. i forgot the name of movie : interesting enough to hold us to the screen
Former critic reformed on a maternal/child level... (by white-37)
Now look. All you haters need to chill out. I know why you don't like it/did not like it/whatever. Please listen to why I've given it a good review.I'm basically tired of Pixar. I'm tired of their bloated merchandising and advertising and I'll tell anyone who will listen to either rent How To Train Your Dragon or go and see this very personal little movie.Remember how the toys in TS3 almost... well, you know. Yeah, well here it's moms. It's a little boy's mother, supporter, lifeline... and I will tell you right now that more kid's movies need to be like <more>
this one.It's a good, honest movie that doesn't stand a chance because of gimmicky advertising and forgettable, in-your-face motion capture animation.Yes, I'm looking at you animated movie marketing.If you want to connect with your kids, see this movie. If you want to bond will your young son or daughter, see this movie. If you want to pay high admission prices for throwaway 3D specks on something you'll forget the second you walk out, be my guest. This movie is more emotionally potent then Toy Story 3 in my honest to goodness opinion. It just is; case closed. Up/How To Train Your Dragon and Moms Needs Moms are superior movie fare for kids today.
Mars Needs Moms is a fast-paced, thrilling adventure that is out of this world (by FanPerspective)
Based upon the novel by Berkeley Breathed, Mars Needs Moms, is a creative way to look at both what lies beyond our world in space and having a deeper appreciation for our mothers, even if they do make us do chores and eat vegetables. When Milo Seth Green witnesses his mother Joan Cusack being abducted by aliens, he chases after her only to be whisked away to Mars as well. There, he surprisingly meets another human being, Gribble Dan Fogler , who explains that the Martians need nurturing mothers who also are firm with their children so they can harness those traits into their nanny bots. <more>
With the aid of a rogue Martian, Ki Elisabeth Harnois , the race is on to save Milo's mom before it is too late. Filmed with motion censor technology, the actors are thrust into their animated counterparts on screen delivering strong, heartfelt performances. The adaptation from book to screen is done in a graceful manner that promises one fun, thrilling adventure that is, I apologize for the corny joke, out of this world. While the 3D doesn't really add anything special to the film, director Simon Wells is able to keep the audience engaged in the fast-paced action and swift, comedic dialogue that inevitably makes for a really enjoyable movie experience.
Excellent 3D film really fun for kids and adults (by ritajohn)
Finally, Disney makes a film with excellent 3D graphics and moral values! The reason for all the negative reviews is that this film's real message is that a mother and father should raise a family.I am a married gasp dad who went to see this movie with a 10 yr. old and a 6 yr. old, both boys. They loved this film, as well as I. We did watch it in Imax 3D, in an empty theater. I was no fan of the movie Polar Express, but now their depiction of humans is much better, and some of the scenes are breathtaking in their depth and beauty. It was so realistic we were getting mild motion sickness <more>
at some parts, but in a good way.If you are a fan of science fiction, or of excellent graphics, go watch this movie with your kids. There is no bad language, and the very subtle drug references are very funny if you've been there at any point in your life. This movie deserves a much higher rating than is shown by these leftist reviewers. It is interesting that Disney showing a moral message would be so controversial. We live in very unusual times. Make today great!
Easily the biggest flop of 2011, and pretty close to of all time, this Disney motion-capture film is about a young boy, Milo, who must save his mother Joan Cusack from Martians. In Martian society, females rule the world. They discard the males who then live on the trash-strewn surface world and the females are raised by nanny-bots. They need the Earth mothers in order to program these nanny-bots, and the process they use leaves the Earth mothers dead. With the help of another human Dan Fogler , who was brought up to Mars in the same fashion as Milo trying to rescue his own mother, he <more>
stowed away on their ship , and a rebellious female Martian Elisabeth Harnois , Milo sets out to save his mother. A lot of viewers get stuck on the film's gender politics. I admit they do seem a little backward, especially with the shrill, feminist stand-in villain played by Mindy Sterling, whom you may remember as Frau Farbissina from the Austin Powers movies . However, I think that Ki, the Martian girl who helps Milo, is a positive enough female character that she should make up for the villain the remainder of the female Martians are more or less faceless soldiers . If you can get past that stuff, the film is actually a lot of fun. Simple and straightforward, but a lot of fun. It's fast paced and beautiful to look at thankfully, now that it's on video, you don't have to see the colors diminished in 3D , and it's very funny. Fogler and Harnois are both very good. Fogler's character, Gribble, is easily the best looking motion capture character I've ever seen. Gribble is an 80s kid and Ki has fallen in love with humanity after watching sitcoms about hippies, so they both talk in idioms from those eras, bugging modern kid Milo the whole time. I think most kids will love this movie, and it imparts a nice moral respect your damn mother! . This fits in with the late crop of severely undervalued Disney films of the past several years, which includes The Princess and the Frog and Meet the Robinsons. None of these films are masterpieces or on par with Pixar's best, but they're excellent films nonetheless.
Everybody Needs Mothers, Even Mars (by the-movie-guy)
Synopsis The Martian Supervisor voice - Mindy Sterling is searching for another Earth mother to abduct to help raise Mars children. After checking several Earth candidates and rejecting all of them as not being proper moms, they finally choose Milo's mom voice – Joan Cusack as the one to bring to Mars. They see that she is raising and disciplining her son Milo voice – Seth Green the way they want their children to be raised. They come to Earth and put her on the spaceship, but they don't know that Milo is a stowaway onboard. Once they arrive on Mars, Milo is helped by <more>
another Earthling, Gribble voice – Dan Fogler who also tried to save his mother. Milo will do whatever it takes to save his mother. My Comments This is a story of Martians kidnapping moms from Earth so they can program their nanny-bots to raise the Martian children. This movie has elements that include science fiction, fantasy, action, and motherly love. The main point of the story is whether Milo will be able to save his mother before the Martians execute their plans? This is really a CGI/animation/human adaptation movie where the people are fitted with special sensors and all of their movements are captured and digitized onto a computer. The action that you see is actually being done by the actors. You will be able to recognize Joan Cusack at the very beginning, and eventually Dan Fogler, but Seth Green is a little different. The acting and animation are quite good once you understand that real people were doing the acting and not just the voice. One thing that I enjoyed was watching the credits at the end, because you get to see the actor's movements with the sensors on and green-screen for the special effect shots. The moral of the story for children is that they all should appreciate their mothers. Walt Disney Pictures, Run Time 1:28, PG 8/10
I think all the bad reviews of this movie are sad. I thought this was a wonderful family movie. Me and my kids loved it!! My kids are 8 and 10. Some of the other reviews mentioned violence and there is nothing violent about this movie. There are a FEW moments of martians shooting at humans, but nobody gets shot, wounded or killed. Not even the martians get shot, wounded or killed. Thats not what this movie was about!! This is a great movie that was worth going to see. It's about love and understanding that parents and kids share. All the other people that picked this movie apart and tore <more>
apart Disney should be ashamed of themselves!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It's a family movie, that was made by Disney and mention's Disneyland once in it. Big deal! What kid doesn't talk about Disneyland, even if they have not been there? My family would go see this again for sure. And to think we almost didn't go because of all the bad reviews . Very, very sad.