ElysiumDVD - 2013
"Elysium" is an action movie made for people thinking about something besides things blowing up. Damon shows you everything without trying to show you anything - at least without seeming like he's trying. He's like looking into clear water."--San Francisco Chronicle
"This is one of the better action films of the year."--Richard Roeper
In the year 2154 two groups of people remain; the extremely wealthy who reside on an immaculate man-made space station named Elysium, and the rest, who occupy an overpopulated, destroyed Earth. Max decides to embark on a mission that could bring equality to the opposed worlds.
From the critics
Frightening or Intense Scenes: There were many bloody and gory scenes that were very unexpected (for example, a person gets blown up into pieces, which were visible).
Coarse Language: I think it'd be a good idea for the actors to wash their mouths with really strong soap.
Coarse Language: Probably well over 100 f words and many other smaller swears. It's rated R for a reason.
Violence: Much like District 9, this movie is extremely heavy in the violence department. Although all the action is very well done and the effects are fantastic. This guy knows how to make a serious action movie.
Frightening or Intense Scenes: The whole movie is very intense and probably frightening for kids to watch. Heck, I'm 19 and it was a lot for me.
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Frey: Max? Max, where are you?
Max: I'm gonna have to break my promise. I can't make it back up there. You remember what I said when we were kids?
Young Max: [Flash back] I'll take us there one day.
Young Frey: Really?
Young Max: Yeah, I promise.
Max: You wouldn't believe what I'm looking at now. Tell Matilda I really liked her story. And I... I figured out why the hippo did it.
“Darkness cannot drive out darkness, only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that.” ― Martin Luther King, Jr
“One person can make a difference and every person should try.” –John F Kennedy
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