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During a manned mission to Mars, Astronaut Mark Watney is presumed dead after a fierce storm and left behind by his crew. But Watney has survived and finds himself stranded and alone on the hostile planet. With only meager supplies, he must draw upon his ingenuity, wit and spirit to subsist and find a way to signal to Earth that he is alive.
ActorsStarring: Matt Damon, Jessica Chastain, Kristen Wiig, Jeff Daniels, Michael Peña, Sean Bean, Kate Mara, Sebastian Stan, Aksel Hennie, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Benedict Wong, Mackenzie Davis, Donald Glover, Nick Mohammed, Shu Chen, Eddy Ko, Enzo Cilenti, Jonathan Aris, Gruffudd Glyn, Naomi Scott, Geoffrey Thomas, Yang Haiwen, Narantsogt Tsogtsaikhan, Brian Caspe, Szonja Oroszlán, Mark O'Neal, Karen Gagnon, Lili Bordán, Nikolett Barabas, Dilyana Bouklieva, Björn Freiberg, James Fred Harkins Jr., Sam Spruell, Matt Devere, Mike Kelly, Greg De Cuir, Peter Linka, Declan Hannigan, Peter Schueller, Waleska Latorre, Frederik Pleitgen, Charlie Gardner, Nóra Lili Hörich, Kamilla Fátyol, Yang Liu, Richard Rifkin, Nicholas Wittman, Ben O'Brien, Scott Alexander Young, Jason Ryan, James Dougherty
Critic Reviews About The Martian
Ridley Scott is a brilliant assembler of casts, and he knows how to organize groups so they seem to naturally fit, and can bob and weave in unison with his roving cameras.
You won’t find a space epic that’s more fun to geek out at than The Martian.
An enthralling and rigorously realistic outer-space survival story in which Matt Damon plays a NASA botanist stranded on the Red Planet after a sandstorm forces his crewmates to abort mission.
At its heart, The Martian is an unapologetically stirring celebration of our ability, as a species, to solve even the most daunting problems via rational thought, step by step by step.
Knowing the premise—lost in space crossed with Robinson Crusoe in lower gravity—won’t prepare you for the remarkable variety and complexity of this sci-fi extravaganza.
Wall Street Journal
Anchored by another great turn from Matt Damon, The Martian mixes smarts, laughs, weird character bits and tension on a huge canvas. The result is Scott’s most purely enjoyable film for ages.
As NASA-Hollywood plots go, this one is worth lapping up like all the water on Mars.
The Martian hits a powerful sweet spot: blending tense action, captivating science, and beautiful 3D cinematography into an emotional character story.
Scott and writer Drew Goddard aren’t trying to make an “important” sci-fi movie like Interstellar. They aim lower but blow past their marks.
Excellence in cinema is sometimes a singular achievement: a remarkable lead performance, a dazzling display of directorial panache, a script of sublime wit or clarity.