Mars Needs Moms

Mars Needs Moms
Mars Needs Moms

Year

2011

Duration

85 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

This animated sci-fi comedy sees naughty nine-year-old Milo learn to appreciate his mother when she's taken away from Earth by Martians. The aliens plan to download her memories and use her "momness" to raise their own offspring. Determined to rescue her, Milo stows away on a spaceship to take on her abductors, helped by tech-savvy earthling Gribble, his bionic pet Two-Cat and a rebellious Martian named Ki. If you've ever been annoyed by being asked to take out the rubbish, this film might just make you think twice!

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Contains mild sci-fi violence and threat.

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