A future that is bleak with a desolate and thinly veiled political storyline. I’m getting a little tired of this tactic of starting an entire opening scene in another language. It fools me into thinking I bumped the remote and changed the language setting. Also, the accents (while varied) really hurt my understanding of a good 1/3 of the lines. The legalize now point beats you over the head. The most redeemable part of the film is the excellent use of tech and CGI for some epic sci-fi scenes.


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Elysium (2013)


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