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Stranded: NŠufragos (The Shelter) (2002)

Stranded: NŠufragos (The Shelter)





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An international party of astronauts crash lands on Mars. Bummer. Since rescue is, oh, 26 months away, and they only have air, food, and water for a few days, the astronauts must come to grips with the idea of dying slow and painful deaths. The captain (MarŪa Lidůn) and two others explore the planet, only to make an awesome discovery. Meanwhile, Baglioni (Vincent Gallo) tries to convince the very-Catholic Jenny (Maria de Medeiros) to have sex before dying. ~ Buzz McClain, Rovimore
Rating: R
Genre: Drama, Art House & International, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Directed By:
Written By: J.M. Aguilera
In Theaters:
On DVD: Jul 22, 2003


Vincent Gallo
as Baglioni
Maria "Luna" Lidon
as The Captain
Johnny Ramone
as Astronaut
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Horrible acting makes this horrible script even worse.

Sarah Prisbylla

Super Reviewer

Acting is horrible, I was hoping it was just badly dubbed over, but the lips did seem to synch well enough. I'll try to give them the benefit of the doubt and that english was their second language. The premise itself is not actually bad and has been repeated in many movies. When left with limited resources who "ranks" high enough to get the privilege of living the longest. Unfortunately there is really no intrigue or fighting/backstabbing between the astronauts. They're kinda fighting one moment and then its either bad writing or editing because suddenly the group that has to die, just leaves the crashed ship. The ending has a basic but decent twist, not really worth watching the whole movie for it though.


An enjoyable film with good acting and story with considerable drama and an upbeat (if rather absurd) ending. The special effects are pretty good but not anything near Star Wars quality. There are more than a few scientific/technical gaffes in the story even before the "discovery" that gives the film its conclusion -- but what SF film doesn't contain a good many such errors? Not a great film but a good one with a very serious theme, despite its the deus ex machina of its ending.

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