John Carter

John Carter
John Carter

Year

2012

Duration

130 minutes

Genres

Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

The director of Finding Nemo and WALL-E turns his hand to directing live-action in this blockbuster sci-fi adventure. Set during the 1800s, American Civil War hero John Carter is mysteriously transported to Mars. He wakes up to discover the planet threatened with extinction and its inhabitants at war with each other. Finding he has superhuman strength, John becomes involved in the planet's battles and rises up as the man from Earth that can save Mars from destruction. Based on a series of fantasy novels this is an action-packed film, with a heavy-handed environmental message.

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12 Classification

Contains moderate fantasy violence.

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