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Martian [Blu-ray] [Import anglais]
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Durante una missione su Marte, l'astronauta Mark Watney viene considerato morto dopo una forte tempesta e per questo abbandonato dal suo equipaggio. Ma Watney è sopravvissuto e ora si ritrova solo sul pianeta ostile. Con scarse provviste, Watney deve attingere al suo ingegno, alla sua arguzia e al suo spirito di sopravvivenza per trovare un modo per segnalare alla Terra che è vivo. A milioni di chilometri di distanza, la NASA e un team di scienziati internazionali lavorano instancabilmente per cercare di portare "il marziano" a casa, mentre i suoi compagni cercano di tracciare un'audace, se non impossibile, missione di salvataggio. --Ce texte fait référence à une édition épuisée ou non disponible de ce titre.
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Is Mark dead or alive?
If alive how could he possibly survives all the perils, including the trials and tribulations? Is it even possible to save them?
This movie will keep you on the edge of your seat.
I could not wait for the movie to hit the rentals so I went ahead and read the book first.
They did an excellent job of following the structure and feel of the book. Each scene was played out well enough that you didn’t have to guess what they were doing.
Including most of the potty mouth; this is not necessary and distracted from the movie with maybe one or two exceptions such as where he broadcasts a negative word throughout the world.
The acting was excellent the seams were spectacular Mars never looked more real. The technology was very close to real; you will not find yourself saying that’s impossible.
Naturally being a movie though they dispensed with a few of the disasters; however because this is a disaster after disaster movie you won’t notice the missing ones unless you’ve read the book.
Of course such an adventure is highly improbable but the educational dimension is important. It wants to show that when death is in front of you, you can just accept it and find your peace with that, or you start working on and solving problems, one after the other, in order to survive as long as possible because there is always a chance that a rescue of some sort might come, or that you would be intelligent enough to survive by yourself with your own creativity and inventiveness.
It is also educational about the absurdity of different countries, here the USA and China, not working together and sure enough the film heavily suggests that they do and they actually do, which could have saved the marooned man and will have positive consequences on the future. Educational again with the position of women. The commander of the mission is a woman and she is not alone on the mission. At NASA it is less clear since all the main characters are men, particularly the director of NASA who appears as a cold, calculating man who does not accept any disobedience.
It is also educational with the team that has left one man on Mars. We are clearly told that no matter what the consequences may be one person as well as one team have to do what is ethically good, here rescue the man, and not obey orders going the other way. Mutiny is necessary when ethics are on your side. And sure enough they are shown as going on the next mission because the rescue is such an international global effort and success that no one can go into reprisals and penalties.
The Martian landscapes are beautiful though they are not Martian at all. The actors, at least the main actors, or even maybe the main actor in the singular, are good and the heroics are spectacular. Apart from that all the details are farfetched but one does not check a gift horse in the mouth. We let ourselves go into the action, the suspense (there is none since we know this poor Robinson Crusoe will be rescued just like Robinson Crusoe was because Robinson Crusoe’s always are, and that is pure entertainment.
Dr Jacques COULARDEAU
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— THE STORY —
To say 'The Martian' was just "good", is an understatement. It has elements of action, servings of science (points to you if you know your botany and physics), tough decisions, suspense, a healthy dose of humor, topped with a thrilling conclusion. It's darn good story-telling. Read other reviews if you would like a recap of the plot, but there are certain movies where the less you know the better it is, so for this movie, it's a must-watch, that's all you need to know.
There are a few memorable lines and potential catchphrases (as a Botanist, I laughed out loud at the botany zingers), but telling you would spoil the fun. One thing you might take with you after the film is over is this quote: "If you solve enough problems, you get to come home." Another way one could interpret that is: If you can figure out and solve problems in life, for yourself or other people, you'll end up getting what you want. Knowledge is power, so learn as much as you can about anything and everything you're interested in; you never know when it'll pay off.
— 3D —
This film was shot natively in 3D. Compositions were pre-planned from the start and you can tell because every shot makes great use of depth. You'll see depth in the beautiful Martian landscape, HUDs (Heads-Up Displays) are given visual life, and planetary storms will make you feel like you're in the middle of it.
This is one of the must-watch (3D) films of 2015, and a truly enjoyable movie experience. Highly recommended.
*** UPDATE ***
'The Martian' has now won two Golden Globes for:
• 'Best Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy' (which is pushing it, for the category).
• 'Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy' for Matt Damon.
It has also been nominated for multiple Academy Awards, including Best Picture. I wouldn't be surprised if it won, making it the first ever science fiction film to win Best Picture.
The movie brings up the practical issues of survival, most of which I would never have thought about. Then of course, there is a good dose of reality tossed in. Just about the time, when I am congratulating myself, because I am overly identifying with Matt Damon, the unexpected kicks in. There are issues relating to how long it takes for a rescue to be undertaken, how to survive, how to eat, and how to recover from the inevitable numerous disasters.
There is a novel twist on how our main character communicates with earth and the numerous tense moments that would probably cause most of us to give up. Matt Damon comes through strong in The Martian. It took me over a year to remind myself that I wanted to look it up using Amazon. I am glad I did and expect it will be well appreciated when we have guests, where someone asks "Is there anything good to watch on Amazon?".
That being said, The Martian is fun and entertaining, and yes, even inspirational. Those who feel they "aren't into science fiction" need to realize that ultimately, this movie (and its original book) are a story about (hu)man's desire to live, when it seems like it will be impossible for him to survive even a fraction of the film. Damon handles the heavy lifting of the title character (Mark Watney) with a deft comedic touch that makes one appreciate just how mentally prepared astronauts have to be in order to potentially handle this kind of crazy, horrifying stream of events and its consequences.
Of course, certain circumstances have to play out perfectly (if he wasn't a botanist, would he have figured out how to potentially survive?), while other bad things seem inevitable in order to throw more obstacles into his path. But even non-sci-fi fans will find the storyline engrossing and will be cheering along for his survival.
This film is fantastic - I've lost track of how often I've watched it by now - and it easily leapt into my Top Ten favorite films. You'll enjoy it, too.