History YMMV / MarsNeedsMoms

3rd Nov '17 11:38:33 PM TheJayman49
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* TheWoobie: Gribble may be a scrappy to most viewers, but he still comes off as sympathetic. To recap, he wasn't a naughty boy. He was a good lad, listened to his mom, did everything he was told to do. As it turns out [[spoiler: that's why the Martians took her from Earth. Like Milo, he followed the Martians in an attempt to rescue his mother. Unlike Milo, he failed to save his mother.]] This left him alone on Mars. He's had no social contact with other humans for at least 20 years and has had to live with the burden of knowing that [[spoiler: ''he'' is the reason his mom is gone]]. Is it any wonder he doesn't act like a normal human being? Chances are that he acts so comically in an attempt to mask the pain he feels.

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* TheWoobie: Gribble may be a scrappy to most viewers, but he he's still comes off as sympathetic.arguably the most sympathetic character in the whole film. To recap, he wasn't a naughty boy. He was a good lad, listened to his mom, did everything he was told to do. As it turns out [[spoiler: that's why the Martians took her from Earth. Like Milo, he followed the Martians in an attempt to rescue his mother. Unlike Milo, he failed to save his mother.]] This left him alone on Mars. He's had no social contact with other humans for at least 20 years and has had to live with the burden of knowing that [[spoiler: ''he'' is the reason his mom is gone]]. Is it any wonder he doesn't act like a normal human being? Chances are that he acts so comically in an attempt to mask the pain he feels.
31st Oct '17 5:08:41 PM TheJayman49
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* VisualEffectsOfAwesome: While the MotionCapture itself dips pretty deep into UncannyValley, the overall visuals are far more beautiful.



* TheWoobie: Gribble is this. To recap, he wasn't a naughty boy. He was a good lad, listened to his mom, did everything he was told to do. As it turns out [[spoiler: that's why the Martians took her from Earth. Like Milo, he followed the Martians in an attempt to rescue his mother. Unlike Milo, he failed to save his mother.]] This left him alone on Mars. He's had no social contact with other humans for at least 20 years and has had to live with the burden of knowing that [[spoiler: ''he'' is the reason his mom is gone]]. Is it any wonder he doesn't act like a normal human being? Chances are that he acts so comically in an attempt to mask the pain he feels.

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* TheWoobie: Gribble is this.may be a scrappy to most viewers, but he still comes off as sympathetic. To recap, he wasn't a naughty boy. He was a good lad, listened to his mom, did everything he was told to do. As it turns out [[spoiler: that's why the Martians took her from Earth. Like Milo, he followed the Martians in an attempt to rescue his mother. Unlike Milo, he failed to save his mother.]] This left him alone on Mars. He's had no social contact with other humans for at least 20 years and has had to live with the burden of knowing that [[spoiler: ''he'' is the reason his mom is gone]]. Is it any wonder he doesn't act like a normal human being? Chances are that he acts so comically in an attempt to mask the pain he feels.
27th Oct '17 6:11:49 AM Sakubara
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* HilariousInHindsight: Some of the aspects of Martian culture like how the males are discarded extremely similar to Gazorpazorp from ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'' which is most likely a coincidence considering how the actual episode is intended to parody ''Film/{{Zardoz}}

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* HilariousInHindsight: Some of the aspects of Martian culture like how the males are discarded extremely similar to Gazorpazorp from ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'' which is most likely a coincidence considering how the actual episode is intended to parody ''Film/{{Zardoz}}''Film/{{Zardoz}}''.
23rd Oct '17 5:10:52 PM Sakubara
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* HilariousInHinsight: Some of the aspects of Martian culture like how the males are discarded extremely similar to Gazorpazorp from ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'' which is most likely a coincidence considering how the actual episode is intended to parody ''Film/{{Zardoz}}

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* HilariousInHinsight: HilariousInHindsight: Some of the aspects of Martian culture like how the males are discarded extremely similar to Gazorpazorp from ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'' which is most likely a coincidence considering how the actual episode is intended to parody ''Film/{{Zardoz}}
23rd Oct '17 5:10:30 PM Sakubara
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* HilariousInHinsight: Some of the aspects of Martian culture like how the males are discarded extremely similar to Gazorpazorp from ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'' which is most likely a coincidence considering how the actual episode is intended to parody ''Film/{{Zardoz}}
21st Sep '17 12:10:43 AM TheTrailblazerCritic
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* AudienceAlienatingPremise: The movie's hilarious title is merely the tip of the iceberg, as it is actually much darker than one would be led to assume as it turns out the mothers in question are not just kidnapped, but ''vaporized'' for the sake of obtaining their knowledge in raising children; further reinforced by its rather depressing implications, as seen below. The notoriously offputting animation does nothing to help matters.
5th May '17 5:31:40 AM SamMax
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* BileFascination: Its notoriously creepy animation and legendarily bad box office take have certainly made it this.

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* BileFascination: Its notoriously creepy animation and legendarily bad box office take have certainly made it this. And if that wasn't enough, reviews like those from WebVideo/TheMysteriousMrEnter more than likely contributed as well.
27th Apr '17 1:03:22 PM DrY9K
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27th Apr '17 1:03:03 PM DrY9K
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27th Apr '17 1:02:56 PM DrY9K
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