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Mars Needs Moms

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Milo, a 9-year-old boy, is getting tired of his mom nagging him to do things, and his mom is tired of nagging. But he soon gains a deeper appreciation for his mom after Martians come to Earth to take her away.
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Tom Huddleston
The 'Polar Express'-style CG-meets-live-action visuals are creepy and flat, the characters are largely nonexistent and the story takes so many short cuts that it becomes meaningless...
April 06, 2011
David Keyes
Here is a movie that seems at war with the notion that animation can inspire or invigorate.
January 31, 2014
James Plath
Mars Needs Moms isn't as bad as you've heard, nor is it as good as it could have been. Will it entertain your family? That depends on how much your kids like mo-cap technology, and how much attention they pay to the inner logic of a film.
December 29, 2011
Peter Canavese
The whole fiasco turns out to be an excuse to let Seth Green play a (redubbed) little boy. Next time, maybe just cast a real boy, build some sets in an old barn, and have Mom make the costumes. [Blu-ray 3D]
August 08, 2011
Stephen Whitty
So, okay, men are completely irresponsible slobs, which is why women need to be unceasing nags. Check. Great message for the kids.
March 12, 2011
Rafer Guzman
The film looks neither fully real nor fully imagined, which could be forgiven if Mars Needs Moms had something more to offer besides its nifty technology.
March 25, 2011
Eric D. Snider
They took a small story, made it complicated and burdensome, filmed some actors performing it, turned those actors into affectless, mechanical cartoons, converted it to 3-D, and dropped it in theaters. Wheeee!
March 21, 2011