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I did not like this animation and i do not recommend seeing it. The story was very much anti-feminist and i really did not appreciate that, it also send a wrong message to the children that the obedient children are more likely to loose their mothers to the Martians. The characters looked waxy and were not able to portray emotions very well. The Martian landscape is amazing and imaginative but it does not make up for the lack of plasticity in the faces of the characters. The film did not have any heart and that is the most important thing in any movie. Overall, I do not recommend seeing this animation because it is not entertaining enough and sends wrong messages to the children.
This is an animated film for children(and adults i guess) that is directed by Simon Wells and borrow the voices of Joan Cusack, Joan Cusack, and Dan Fogler. The film was funny and cute and entertaining and i had a really good time watching it. Visually the film is absolutely amazing and I was amazed how far the technology has come, I do think that the faces looked a bit stiff however, especially mother’s face. I also thought that the film was a bit too long. Overall, it is a good film to see with your family.
This is an animation made by by ImageMovers and features voices of Seth Green, Dan Fogle and Joan Cusack. I thought that the film was alright and I do recommend seeing in the theaters with your children. The story was cute but pretty predictable and the aliens did not look original or different from any other movies featuring aliens. The film is pretty awesome visually, except the mother who looked very unrealistic and very plastic. I think the children would like this film but I do not recommend seeing it if you are older than nine or ten. I did laugh couple of times and I was entertained through most of the film(which i think is way too long) but I still think that my money could have been spent on a better film than this.
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