Robinson Crusoe on Mars Reviews
Colonel Dan McReady crashes on Mars with nothing but his wreckage and a monkey. He has some training videos he watched before going to space and quickly improvises to find ways to extend his air and extract water. His methods work...until alien ships with slave cargo flies by and an escaped slave lands in his lap. A new menace may threaten his existence...
"I have fifty, or so, hours left."
Byron Haskin, director of The War of the Worlds, Treasure Island, Arsenic and Old Lace, The Power, Captain Sinbad, From the Earth to the Moon, and Conquest of Space, delivers Robinson Crusoe on Mars. The storyline for this picture is very mediocre, unrealistic, and slow paced. The acting is very average and the cast includes Adam West, Victor Lundin, and Paul Mantee.
"My two most difficult problems are air and water."
I recently randomly found this on Netflix and decided to give this old science fiction film a chance. This was very aged and average. There are some cool science fiction elements for this era, but felt like a not as good Mission to Mars. I recommend skipping this unless nothing better is on.
"Have a chair, stranger."