I’m not sure why John Carter failed at the Box Office, I enjoyed the movie for what it was and thought it had the makings to be a pretty decent franchise. It is now available in a nice Blu-ray 3D Combo pack that includes the 3D, 2D and Digital Copy version of the film.
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John Carter – Just Seen It Movie Review
John Carter is a civil war veteran who awakes to find himself on another planet. But he soon finds out the inhabitants are bracing for war. After saving her life, her falls in love with a princess while trying to stop a deadly conflict. Starring: Taylor Kitsch, Lynn Collins and Willem Dafoe. Directed by: Andrew […]
Eclipse Magazine presents GeekScholars Movie News Podcast – Episode 7! The Bechdel Test, Action No. 1, Venom and a review of John Carter!
It’s our 30th anniversary here at GeekScholars Movie News! Well, not 30 years, but 30 awesome episodes, and we have a fantastic show for you to celebrate. Really, it’s awesome. We kick things off with a discussion of the The Bechdel Test– What is it, how is it relevant, and why is it important. In […]
John Carter Review! Michelle Loves It!
John Carter is an example of an adaptation that works as a movie. It doesn’t require you to know anything about the source material, or, expect the audience to have a crystal ball and know what’s “going to happen” in the “sequels.” It was nice watching an adaptation that stood on its own feet and […]
John Carter: Andrew Stanton’s Google Q&A
John Carter Is Glorious Fun!
About forty years ago, I read A Princess of Mars by Edgar Rice Burroughs for the first time. I’ve read it several times since then and seen bits and pieces of it pop up in unexpected places [Han Solo, a reprint of the first issue of Superman and, most recently, Avatar – among others]. John […]
John Carter – 10 Minute Teaser available Now!
Watch 10 Minutes of John Carter, right now! Just click the jump button
New John Carter Trailer!
There’s a brand new John Carter Trailer.
Legendary Swashbuckler John Carter of Mars Comes to Life!
Created in 1912, by Edgar Rice Burroughs, John Carter of Mars introduced readers to a world of epic, swashbuckling adventure and interplanetary romance. While not as numerous as the adventures of Burroughs’ other creation, Tarzan, Carter’s adventures fill twelve novels – plenty of material to fuel a movie series – if done right. Disney has […]