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A new space race is born between NASA and the ESA when Charlie Brownsville, Hank Morrison, and Dr. Casey Cook compete against an artificially intelligent robot to find out what's up there on the red planet. 'Mars' follows these three astronauts on the first manned mission to our galactic neighbor. On the way they experience life threatening accidents, self doubts, obnoxious reporters, and the boredom of extended space travel. This romantic comedy is told in the playful style of a graphic novel- using a unique animation process that director Geoff Marslett developed specifically for… More
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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 86%

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"Low key, low budget and low energy, this animated space odyssey from the writer and director Geoff Marslett accompanies three mismatched astronauts to the red planet and the search for new life forms."
‑ Jeannette Catsoulis, New York Times
"Deserves a fate better than collecting dust, especially when its potential cult status is written all over it from frame one."
‑ Shaun Munro, What Culture
"Imaginative, visually stylish and refreshingly character-driven albeit somewhat contrived. It could have been much more brilliant and compelling had it taken more risks by increasing its satirical bite."
‑ Avi Offer, NYC Movie Guru
"A memorably odd, mellow affair."
‑ Michelle Orange, Village Voice
"It's mumblecore in space, and If that sounds like your thing, then Mars can be a rewarding experience."
‑ John Gholson, Cinematical
"Mixing mumblecore with science fiction is original, but the resulting film demands more than it delivers"
‑ Mark R. Leeper, Mark Leeper's Reviews
"The United States's first couple being a cigar-smoking cowboy and his intellectually challenged wife is one anachronism we could all live without."
‑ Diego Costa, Slant Magazine
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