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Michael Cole almost 2 years ago
K-Pax, but it's a child
Emily Fincher 5 years ago
Beautiful, touching, and emotional.
Kerr Bacchus over 6 years ago
John Cusack was the only redeeming quality of this movie, and even that wasn't enough.
Don Lathrop 6 months ago
Lisa Andrews over 1 year ago
Guido Petri 2 years ago
Courtney Bess 2 years ago
Sandra Padilla over 2 years ago
Lacey Shinn almost 5 years ago
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Stephen over 6 years ago
erin 7 years ago
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Blanca Aurora M. E over 7 years ago
Martian Child is a 2007 American comedy-drama film about a writer who adopts a strange young boy who believes himself to be from Mars. Martian Child was released on November 2, 2007. The film was directed by Menno Meyjes and produced by New Line Cinema. It stars John Cusack and Bobby Coleman. The MPAA rating system rated the film with a PG for thematic elements and mild language. David Gordon (John Cusack), a popular science fiction author, lost his wife Mary when they were trying to adopt a child. Two years later, David is finally matched with a young boy named Dennis (Bobby Coleman). Socially awkward, Dennis believes he is from Mars and only goes outdoors when under the cover of a large box to block out the sun's harmful rays. Although initially hesitant to adopt a boy by himself, David recognizes a part of him in Dennis and slowly coaxes him out of the box and into his home. With the help of David's friend Harlee (Amanda Peet) and sister Liz (played by Cusack's real life sister...
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