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Red Planet (6-Nov-2000)

Director: Antony Hoffman

Writers: Jonathan Lemkin; Chuck Pfarrer

Keywords: Sci-Fi, Mars

Astronauts from a dying Earth endure an ill-fated mission to colonize Mars.

ABSTRACT
Earth sits on the precipice of an extinction-level ecological disaster in 2050, prompting the creation of a Mars Terraforming Project tasked with colonizing the Red Planet for Earthlings desperate to save themselves. The project's failure brings about a rescue mission designed to set matters straight; this, too, fails, leaving a crew of astronauts and scientists stranded on the fourth rock from the Sun with a nefarious robotic guidance system originally designed for their protection now out to kill them.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Simon Baker
Actor
30-Jul-1969   The Mentalist
Benjamin Bratt
Actor
16-Dec-1963   Hunk from Law & Order
Val Kilmer
Actor
31-Dec-1959   Real Genius
Carrie-Anne Moss
Actor
21-Aug-1967   Trinity in The Matrix
Tom Sizemore
Actor
29-Nov-1961   Heat, Robbery Homicide Division
Terence Stamp
Actor
22-Jul-1939   KNEEL TO ZOD

CAST

Val Kilmer   ...   Robby Gallagher
Carrie-Anne Moss   ...   Cmdr. Kate Bowman
Benjamin Bratt   ...   Lt. Ted Santen
Tom Sizemore   ...   Dr. Quinn Burchenal
Simon Baker   ...   Chip Pettengill
Terence Stamp   ...   Dr. Bud Chantilas
Jessica Morton   ...   Website fan
Caroline Bossi   ...   Website fan
Bob Neill   ...   Mission Control (voice)

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