District 9


Action / Sci-Fi / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 90%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 82%
IMDb Rating 8 10 577707


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January 26, 2012 at 10:50 PM



Sharlto Copley as Wikus Van De Merwe
Neill Blomkamp as Man with Wikus' Coordinates
Nick Boraine as Craig Weldon
William Allen Young as Dirk Michaels
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699.73 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 52 min
P/S 2 / 42
1.64 GB
23.976 fps
1hr 52 min
P/S 3 / 115

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by amonmail-43465 10 / 10

Intense and connnectable

I personally loved this movie. Instead of the generic alien attack portrayed by most sci-fi movies, this one gives a more realistic approach if an alien race came to earth with no place to live and nothing to eat. It's really interesting to see them semi-integrated in society, and how the humans treat them. I felt really bad for the Prawns after watching the movie because they were discriminated and treated really realistically. I also enjoyed the action and creative weaponry and technology.

Reviewed by vivekgolds 10 / 10

Awesome way of presenting story.

Nice piece of work in presenting sci-fi movie. You are crazy if you don't like this movie.

Reviewed by yocumag 1 / 10

Watched it once...couldn't enjoy it now

I think the only reason I watched this the first time is because I was in high school and it was popular. I just turned it off 30 mins in because Sharlto Copley's character did something way too dumb to forgive.

The entire first act is A) unbearable to watch due to the camera action (and I enjoyed Cloverfield) and B) unbearable to watch due to Sharlto's awful South African accent. If you make it past there, you get into a story trying to make you like someone who is taking joy in evicting residents who are unwillingly stuck in a country, city, planet that doesn't want them there. I had to turn it off this time because our "hero" finds an unknown device of alien origin with alien markings filled with an alien goo and inexplicably opens it and it sprays him in the face, catalyzing act 3. From here, what I remember is fuzzy but I know it makes no sense that fuel would morph another species into your species. It's literally like if we poured gasoline on a shrimp and it sprouted arms, legs, etc.

And, yes, I know that this is a metaphor for apartheid. I want to like this movie because interspecies politics can be entertaining and eye-opening, but this is very poorly written.

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