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Downsizing (2017)

A social satire in which a man realizes he would have a better life if he were to shrink himself to five inches tall, allowing him to live in wealth and splendor.

IMDB: 5.713 Likes

  • Genre: Comedy | Drama
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 1.13G
  • Resolution: 1280*800 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 135
  • IMDB Rating: 5.7/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 42 / 308

The Synopsis for Downsizing (2017) 720p

"Downsizing" follows a kindly occupational therapist who undergoes a new procedure to be shrunken to four inches tall so that he and his wife can help save the planet and afford a nice lifestyle at the same time.

The Director and Players for Downsizing (2017) 720p

[Director]Alexander Payne
[Role:]Christoph Waltz
[Role:]Matt Damon
[Role:]Hong Chau

The Reviews for Downsizing (2017) 720p

a food-for-thought premise undermined by its inborn corollaryReviewed bylasttimeisawVote: 7/10

Adding to the sub-genre of body-shrinking Sci-Fi cinema, like Marvel's ANT-MAN (2015), Alexander Payne's long-in-gestation passion project DOWNSIZING emerges as a damp squib since its premier in Venice as the opening picture, both critically panned and tanked in the box office front, adding insult to injury by Matt Damon's inappropriate opinion apropos of the raging MeToo movement, it is a pity Payne's grand design is so scornfully overlooked.

The central concept here is at once scintillating and grandiose, an irreversible "downsizing" process that compresses a normal human being into five-inch high, with its perks both humanistic (an eco-friendly last resort to earth's overpopulation quandary) and pragmatic (drastically increasing the value of one's money), you can see the appeal which drives the Omaha-resided Paul Safranek (Damon) and his wife Audrey (Wiig) to take the option on board, only the latter balks at the last minute to impel a downcast Paul to push that reset button in a mini-sized yet not very much different society, where social hierarchy takes its shape with a less costly criterion. From hobnobbing with his jet-setting neighbor Dusan (Waltz. hilariously obnoxious or vice versa) to dancing to the tunes of a Vietnamese political dissident Ngoc Lan Tran (Chau), who is downsized against her will, and the sole survivor of a smuggling attempt inside a TV set, which cost her one lower leg, and now works as a menial house-cleaner but still devotes herself in helping those who are less fortunate, Paul hits the whole gamut.

So, what downsizing substantially alters is neither his milieu or the quality of life, but proffers an opportunity for Paul to meet new acquaintances, and in particular Ngoc Lan Tran, through whom he finds an elusive connection mingled with compassion, admiration and affection, and realizes what is the right thing to do when a second irrevocable option beckons. That said, Hong Chau's live-wire versatility is moderately crippled by Payne and his co-writer Jim Taylor's hackneyed treatment of Asian immigrant (coarse, bossy but not surprisingly with a heart of gold), and the short end of the stick she receives from a white-skinned middle-aged ordinary Joe, who patronizes her with a resigned obedience, and their ensuing romance is pointedly cringe-worthy under its context. On the other hand Damon is exceptionally nondescript to a point that we reckon even a one-legged Ngoc is too good for him, alas, a film with the same idea and production value can never veer its focal point to the minority character, which might reflect DOWNSIZING's retrograde core in the face of a futuristic conception.

A food-for-thought premise undermined by its inborn corollary, DOWNSIZING only touches on the resultant strife between the big and the small communities (through a cameo from Patrick Gallagher), a topic has much more potential to burrow into than the simpler do-the-good-things boilerplate which we are received after its third act steeped in a Nordic Noah's ark evacuation, a missed opportunity nevertheless, Payne's film still can comfortably appease a none-too-judgemental soul with its eye-pleasing visual snappiness and a never-too-late message that is anything but vacuous.

Something very different and unique.Reviewed byshantanusahotaVote: 10/10

I wasn't sure about whether I should watch this movie or not but when I did, I was surprised,shocked, flabbergasted and what not. Loved the concept, really original and unique. It opens up your mind towards the possibility of having a new world where you'd be small and will get a chance to start over your entire life.

But in the end you'll realize that whether you live in a small or a large world, the only thing that really matters is LOVE. Without family or friends, you have nothing. Money can never buy you the happiness that one human or animal or a plant can bring to you.

You should definitely watch this movie.

Not worth seeingReviewed byincidentalistVote: 3/10

Ok, so I was excited to see this movie, it looked pretty cool on the trailers! Then, by the time 2 hrs had passed I was having to force myself to watch. It lost interest at 45 min mark. Once he downsized it was all downhill from there! Do not waste your time.

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