In the year 2084 a worker leaves Earth for the mind-bending nightmarish reality of a Martian mining colony ruled over by a dictator who can alter reality to suit his whims.
Originally produced as a motion picture in 1990
Inspired by the short story, "We can remember it for you wholesale," by Philip K. Dick
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britprincess1 thinks this title is suitable for 15 years and over
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Frightening or Intense Scenes: A man pulls a bloodied GPS device out of his nose; it seems painful. There are also some grotesque mutant faces shown throughout the film, but nothing that you wouldn't expect from a Star Trek or Star Wars type of film (which are considered family-friendly flicks).
Sexual Content: A married couple play-fight briefly in bed. Sexual innuendoes are numerous. Breasts are shown 3 to 4 times. One of the main characters is a prosititute, but she's never shown nude or displaying her trade in any way. Sex itself is never shown, though, despite the mild verbal implications and brief displays of breasts.
Violence: Some horror-style make-up is used (for example, a man's eyes bulge and face swell like a balloon in a toxic Martian atmosphere). There's gunfire and bullet wounds. Blood is shown. A dead corpse is used as a "meat shield". Of all the things to worry about in this film, the violence is the most graphic.
Coarse Language: 28 uses of the f-word, along with some milder cuss words, like "s**t" or "d**k"
Sexual Content: This title contains Sexual Content.
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"How did I get in this taxi?" "The door opened. You got in."
"What about the guy you lobotomized? Did he get a refund?"
"You are what you do. A man is defined by his actions, not his memory."
"Baby, you make me wish I had three hands."
"Now this is the plan. Get your ass to Mars."