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Something has gone wrong at a remote scientific research station on Mars. All research has ceased. Communication has failed. And the messages that do get through are less than comforting. It's a level 5 quarantine and the only souls allowed in or out are the Rapid Response Tactical Squad - hardened Marines armed to the teeth with enough firepower to neutralize the enemy...or so they think. Written by
During the end credits, when the cast members' names appear on the screen, the only ones not to be shot/blown up are the only ones which survive in the movie. See more »
When Portman and Goat check the chemical levels in the airlock, Portman mentions magnesium, chromium, and lead. We see his "chemical detection" device, and in the order he stated, follow the symbols Mg, Cr, and Ld. The symbol for lead is not Ld, but Pb. However, this is not necessarily a goof, since the device is not labeled as a Periodic Table, and the display may be "dumbed down" for common usage by lay people. "Ld" is a reasonable abbreviation for Lead for people without a chemistry or Latin background (Latin for metallic lead: Plumbum). See more »
In the year 2026 archaeologists working in the Nevada desert discovered a portal to an ancient city on Mars. They call this portal the Ark. Twenty years later, we're still struggling to understand why it was built and what happened to the civilization that built it.
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In the opening Universal logo, the Earth is replaced with the planet Mars. See more »
10*, this movie is the best 'game made a movie' I'v ever seen.
This is my very first comment on IMDb, because a lot of other comments are usually from people who think they are so damn good, and can judge everyone's acting! Get a grip guys, just because you can say how bad the acting was, doesn't make you look cleaver.
Anyway, on topic, I loved this movie, especially the first person view. Unless you are a game who does like all of doom's releases then there is no point in watching this movie. It's as if you are translating a joke word by word, it's not going to be funny because a Brit will not understand the punchline that the French will.
Same here, you have to watch the movie from another perspective, not the one where you sit down and judge a movie, trying to notice every single goof the actor did. Instead you should watch this movie as if it's a movie made about you, which brings me back to my original point, that if you are not a fan of the game, there's no reason to watch this movie.
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