Cast: Willem Dafoe, CiaráN Hinds, David Schwimmer, Thomas Haden Church, Myriam Acharki, Arnie Alpert, Jill Baker, Johnny Yong Bosch, Bryan Cranston, Josh Daugherty and others
John Carter 2012 DVDRip XviD DEPRiVED (Size: 1.38 GB)
John Carter (2012)
PG_13 132 min - Action | Adventure | Fantasy - 9 March 2012 (USA)
Ratings: 7.0/10 from 34,719 users Metascore: 51/100
Reviews: 414 user | 342 critic | 42 from Metacritic.com
Transplanted to Mars, a Civil War vet discovers a lush planet inhabited by 12-foot tall barbarians. Finding himself a prisoner of these creatures, he escapes, only to encounter a princess who is in desperate need of a savior.
Taylor Kitsch ... John Carter
Lynn Collins ... Dejah Thoris
Samantha Morton ... Sola
Willem Dafoe ... Tars Tarkas
Thomas Haden Church ... Tal Hajus
Mark Strong ... Matai Shang
Ciarán Hinds ... Tardos Mors
Dominic West ... Sab Than
James Purefoy ... Kantos Kan
Bryan Cranston ... Powell
Polly Walker ... Sarkoja
Daryl Sabara ... Edgar Rice Burroughs
Arkie Reece ... Stayman #1 / Helm
Release Group: DEPRiVED(Scene)
Release Name: John.Carter.2012.DVDRip.XviD-DEPRiVED
Release Date: 16-05-2012
Filename: deprived-johncarter-xvid-cd1.avi & deprived-johncarter-xvid-cd2.avi
Source: R1 DVD9
Size: 1.37 GiB
Genre: Action | Adventure | Fantasy
Video: 608×256, 1081 Kbps, 29.970 fps
Audio: English, AC3, 384 Kbps
Subs: Yes hardcoded English sub for alien parts only And EN/FR/ES(Download)
IMDB Rating: 7.0/10 from 30,191 users
RT Critics: 5.7/10 ( 202 reviews)
Directed By: Andrew Stanton
Starring: Taylor Kitsch, Lynn Collins and Willem Dafoe
Cheesy, ludicrous plot but highly enjoyable blockbuster Sci-fi fantasy adventure
3 March 2012 | by theycallmemrglass (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews
I saw this at a preview screening in London.
I never read any of the books so only had a vague synopsis of the story just from trailers which didn't really impress me much.
Well, this turned out to be quite a blast. Its an enjoyable if very cheesy Sci-fi fantasy blockbuster. It has the spirit and energy of Flash Gordon including its own outrageously nonsensical but fun premise. It isn't as cheesy as that film but there is a definite lean towards it. The story is quite a novel mix of Planet of the Apes, Conan, Red Sonja, Avatar, Star Wars and Superman (yep this is a superhero movie too). We even have a western thrown in the mix at the beginning. I was going to say there isn't anything original here but how can I? This story was published in the 19th century so from that perspective, I can now see a lot of plot influences deriving from this in later SF/fantasy films.
A lot of money was spent on this movie and it shows. The special effects here are pretty awesome. Not necessarily ground breaking, everything on screen has been done before but its all smoothly done at a grand scale though not quite to the scale of the Star Wars prequels. Effects that stood out for me were John Carters "Hulk" like jumps, Martian sky ship battles, green martians (as good as Avatar), and a cute monster dog sidekick that almost steels the show.