Peep The New 'Elysium' Trailer

In Elysium, most people can hear you scream. So be courteous. Matt Damon, looking odd with a shaved head, is off to do some good as he takes the denizens of a crime-infested, overpopulated earth (basically, the same earth we knew of from District 9), and tries to get them up to the wealthy colony that is Elysium. Does he do it? [Spoiler alert made out of ignorance, but speaking from a general knowledge of film] Probably.

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How do you like these space apples? Neill Blomkamp, who made his debut with an inventive sci-fi film about a man leveling out class inequality with the aid of advanced weaponry, is back with Elysium, a different inventive sci-fi film about a man leveling out class inequality with the aid of advanced weaponry. In the future, the wealthy live free of poverty and illness on the space station Elysium. While the rest of us poor mooks live on Earth like a bunch of sick losers. Matt Damon stars as an ex-con on Earth who uses a weaponized exoskeleton to aid his mission to break into Elysium, rip killer robots apart with his bare hands, and find a cure for the cancer that is rapidly


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This new look at Elysium focuses less on how awesome the space city of Elysium is and more on the events that cause Matt Damon to have a badass exoskeleton grafted onto his body. It ranks between the ill-advised plastic surgery victim and Greg Kinnear's conjoined twin on the scale of Matt Damon screen transformations. This trailer also features previously unseen footage of robot cops being complete dicks. I can't wait to see Matt Damon running around in outer space ripping their mechanical heads off.


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