As other answers have noted, this is clearly the 2012 movie John Carter.
To add a little more detail, for someone who's hazy on the property and character -- John Carter of Mars was a character created for a series of pulp stories and novels, starting in 1912, by writer Edgar Rice Burroughs. The film was released around the 100th anniversary of the character's creation (and Burroughs was prominently featured as a fictional character in the film).
So John Carter represents one of the foundational figures of 20th century pulp, fiction, and even superheroes. The idea of an Earthman who is relatively super-powered on a planet of lighter gravity was flipped about a quarter-century later, to conceive of what a person from a higher-gravity planet would be like on Earth -- i.e., the original concept for Superman (including specifically super-strength, speed, "leap tall buildings", etc.).
Siegel and Shuster read pulp science-fiction and adventure magazines,
and many stories featured characters with fantastical abilities such
as telepathy, clairvoyance, and superhuman strength. One character in
particular was John Carter of Mars from the novels by Edgar Rice
Burroughs. John Carter is a human who is transported to Mars, where
the lower gravity makes him stronger than the natives and allows him
to leap great distances.
John Carter of Mars was a major influence on other science
fiction/fantasy tales and characters through the 20th century,
including Buck Rogers, Flash Gordon, Superman, Adam Strange, Dune,
Warp!, Den, and Star Wars to name just a few.