March 10, 2000 |
"Nobody ever wanted Mars the way you two did." "The control module doesn't have enough thrust." "Come on, people, work the problem." "Is that what I think it is?" "Luke needs us now." "He would have wanted you to have this." "I didn't come 100 million miles to turn back in the last 10 feet." Had enough yet? If you haven't, there's a whole lot more clunky, unconvincing and just plain bad dialogue left to sample in "Mission to Mars," a movie as cold and distant as the Red Planet itself.