Civil War vet John Carter is transplanted to Mars, where he discovers a lush, wildly diverse planet whose main inhabitants are 12-foot tall green barbarians. Finding himself a prisoner of these creatures, he escapes, only to encounter Dejah Thoris, Princess of Helium, who is in desperate need of a savior.

Articles on John Carter
Helen O'Hara, Mars Attacks, in: Empire, nr. 272 (February), 2012 pp. 114-121
Danny Graydon, John Carter, Track By Track, in: Empire, nr. 275 (May), 2012 pp. 145
Reviews
Dan Jolin, John Carter, in: Empire, nr. 275 (May), 2012 pp. 44
Andrew Osmond, John Carter, in: Sight & Sound, nr. 5 (May), 2012 pp. 70-71
Chris Hewitt, John Carter, in: Empire, nr. 278 (August), 2012 pp. 132-133 (DVD review)
Frank Arnold, Western und Science Fiction, in: epd Film, nr. 8, 2012 pp. 63 (DVD review)
Author:Helen O'Hara
Title:Mars Attacks
in:
Magazine:Empire
Nr.:272
Year:2012
Pp:114-121
Illustrations:  yes
Related film: John Carter (2012)
Author:Dan Jolin
Title:John Carter
in:
Magazine:Empire
Nr.:275
Year:2012
Pp:44
Illustrations:  yes
Review of:   John Carter (2012)
Author:Danny Graydon
Title:John Carter, Track By Track
in:
Magazine:Empire
Nr.:275
Year:2012
Pp:145
Illustrations:  yes
Related film: John Carter (2012)
Interview with: Michael Giacchino
Author:Andrew Osmond
Title:John Carter
in:
Magazine:Sight & Sound
Nr.:5
Year:2012
Pp:70-71
Illustrations:  yes
Review of:   John Carter (2012)
Author:Chris Hewitt
Title:John Carter
in:
Magazine:Empire
Nr.:278
Year:2012
Pp:132-133
Illustrations:  yes
DVD review of:   John Carter (2012)
Author:Frank Arnold
Title:Western und Science Fiction
in:
Magazine:epd Film
Nr.:8
Year:2012
Pp:63
Illustrations:  yes
DVD review of:   John Carter (2012)



John Carter
United States 2012

Directed by

Cast
James Purefoy
David Schwimmer
Art Malik
Darwin Shaw

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Year:2012
Running time:132 minutes
Country:United States
Language:English

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