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I thought the movie was Mission to Mars, but just watched it & there's no such scene. It's really annoying me! I think it was at the end of the movie where the astronauts are left floating away from each other in space, I think one of them even had his head explode or something, it was pretty gory & creepy

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Might be better posted on – Andrew Thompson Feb 3 '14 at 6:32
@AndrewThompson no need for that, if its about movie then we are capable enough to answer that. – Ankit Sharma Feb 3 '14 at 8:06
When did you watched it? Is it major release or a made for TV? remember any cast or any other detail? – Ankit Sharma Feb 3 '14 at 8:58
@AndrewThompson oops spell mistake, corrected. But still fell its very easily answerable here and even i have few answer in my hands but more details are required to know the exact answer, rather them bunch of guesses. – Ankit Sharma Feb 3 '14 at 9:00

It is Mission To Mars, perhaps you've seen an edit where the specified scene is removed (particularly if it was shown on TV, it's quite grisly) and that is where the confusion originates from.

In a scene that Gravity seemingly borrowed from, Commander Woody Blake purposefully sacrifices himself so the rest of the crew don't expend valuable resources attempting to rescue him. He does this by removing his helmet, and we watch as his head rapidly freezes...

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The remaining crew are left using their EVA packs to navigate to the orbital...

Woody concludes the only hope of a successful rendezvous with the REMO is for him to launch himself directly at it, using the remainder of his jet pack fuel, carrying a line from the others. He successfully attaches the cable to the REMO but is unable to stop himself as he does and floats helplessly away toward the planet. Terri, wanting to save him, decides to cut her line. Woody, not wanting Terri to be harmed, commits suicide by taking off his helmet.

The rest of the Astronauts survive however which is the only discrepancy...

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You may be right, but given the discrepancy, the bolded "it is" seems possibly unwarranted. Plus, the frozen head (in the picture) is not "pretty gory." I have no answer, but just question yours in a friendly way, sir. (tips hat) – Meat Trademark Feb 10 '14 at 6:19
yeah...except it's a little redundant maybe to be to argue over the cosmetics of Bold deployment ;) , ad (as you're aware) the user has already confirmed it was M2M. That screenshot isn't gory....the scene is "pretty gory", or at least uncomfortable, and definitely creepy – John Smith Optional Feb 10 '14 at 21:18
I wasn't sure the user confirmed. They were 2 different numbers, and I was unsure. I've seen unregistered users retain a number before. It sounded like the same person, but we certainly get our fair share of trolls and people who have no idea how the site works. You'll notice I asked them with no response. I forget that it takes a while to earn rep points to do even the most minor things as I got lucky with a ton of points quickly and never ran into it. Meh. REGISTER, PEOPLE! Or we ain't never gone' be outta beta! :( – Meat Trademark Feb 11 '14 at 3:06

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