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John Carter (2012)

John Carter

Overview


Genre

Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Action

Release Date

March 09, 2012

MPAA Rating

PG-13

Duration

139 min.

Studio

Walt Disney Pictures

Official Site

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REVIEWS RATE:  Critics  Nothing's perfect, but it's worth seeing.    Readers  Be the 1st!

Cast and Crew


Director

Andrew Stanton

Producer

Jim Morris, Colin Wilson, Susan Montford

Screenwriter

Michael Chabon, Mark Andrews, Andrew Stanton

Starring

Story


From Academy Award-winning filmmaker Andrew Stanton comes "John Carter"-a sweeping action-adventure set on the mysterious and exotic planet of Barsoom (Mars).

"John Carter" is based on a classic novel by Edgar Rice Burroughs, whose highly imaginative adventures served as inspiration for many filmmakers, both past and present. The film tells the story of war-weary, former military captain John Carter (Taylor Kitsch), who is inexplicably transported to Mars where he becomes reluctantly embroiled in a conflict of epic proportions amongst the inhabitants of the planet, including Tars Tarkas (Willem Dafoe) and the captivating Princess Dejah Thoris (Lynn Collins).

In a world on the brink of collapse, Carter rediscovers his humanity when he realizes that the survival of Barsoom and its people rests in his hands.

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Poster of Walt Disney Pictures' John Carter (2012)
Poster of Walt Disney Pictures' John Carter (2012)

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PREMIERE PHOTO

Taylor Kitsch
Premiere of Walt Disney Pictures' John Carter
Feb 22, 2012
Taylor Kitsch
Premiere of Walt Disney Pictures' John Carter
Feb 22, 2012

REVIEWS BY CRITICS

“..fun adventure, fatefully balanced between high camp and boyish seriousness at almost every second..”
by Andrew O'Hehir [Salon.com]
“..for a Pixar graduate piece, humor is notably lacking..”
by Todd McCarthy [Hollywood Reporter]
“..some of the ideas may be wonderful, but there is such chaos on screen, it is hard to decipher what is going on much of the time..”
by Louise Keller [Urban Cinefile]