To be honest, I enjoyed it quite a bit. It has no Mars action, and it's almost all new footage.
My brother saw it and quite enjoyed it, and to be honest I think it will probably be a decent movie but Disney fucked up the marketing really bad.
@Mr_skeleton: Indeed. The marketing has been awful, but after looking past the marketing and into the production (who was writing and directing mainly), I began to hold out hope. It looks like an old fashioned blockbuster from this clip, which is something I don't see enough in theaters now (on that note, "Tintin" was the most fun I've had in a theater in a long LONG time).
Here's The First Ten Minutes Of John Carter
Disney's movie is doing poorly in tracking, so they release a ten-minute clip that has no aliens or Mars or hot princesses in it. Um, ok!
Trailer 3: John Carter
Disney apparently took the challenge of that actually-decent fan trailer seriously, and decided to beef up this last trailer with...dubstep? Oh, Disney!
Trailer 2: John Carter
This looks like some ridiculous mashup of Attack of the Clones, Stargate, and Wild Wild West. Will it be good? We'll find out in March!
Trailer: John Carter
Dune meets Cowboys and Aliens? This live-action debut of Pixar director Andrew Stanton is based on Edgar Rice Burroughs' John Carter Of Mars.
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|US Release||March 9, 2012|
|UK Release||March 9, 2012|
|AUS Release||March 8, 2012|
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