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Without Matt Damon, the solitary fight for survival on Mars would be lonely indeed. Alone on screen for most of his scenes as an astronaut stranded on the red planet, the Oscar-nominated performer is the winning heart of Ridley Scott's epic space adventure, "The Martian". Affable and intelligent, playful and determined, Damon's Mark Watney is so endearing and entertaining as a narrator and subject, it's easy to see why the world would want to save him.The story begins with Watney accidentally left behind during a NASA mission to Mars.Watney is curious and talkative, keeping himself company by narrating his every move.NASA director Teddy Sanders (Jeff Daniels at his most clinical) and Mars mission chief Vincent Kapoor (Chiwetel Ejiofor) learn through satellite photos that Watney is alive.
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