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Plot: In the near future, crime is patrolled by a mechanized police force. When one police droid, Chappie, is stolen and given new programming, he becomes the first robot with the ability to think and feel for himself. Runtime: 120 mins Release Date: 06 Mar 2015
Shame on Metacritic and others (by zoltankiss-38727)
This is not just an excellent and entertaining movie, i found many elements as real/istic and present, it is just touched some maybe future elements. Neil pulled the maximum out of this story and made it unforgettable as District 9 was.How ever, my stomach turns upside down when i see the Metacritic or Rotten Tomatoes score, these pathetic sites and their brainless people called themselves "critics" live amongst us with their nonsense and empty headed, braintumored criticism - sure, this movie has no Beverly Hills and it's "amazing" crowd, no lemonade punch as <more>
story, no muscle cars and no muscle people, no worldwide threat to the USA and such. It has something else to say and this is the core of this amazing movie.Afterall, Chappie has Everything that needs for a unique and must-see movie, sure, it is a target for all those disgusting critics who expect the everyday boring lemonade with everyday boring actors and actress.Shame on Metacritic and Rotten Tomatoes, you guys are not more, than just rotten and brainless second level scribblers.
Don't let critics reviews put you off. (by m_westgarth)
Don't let the critics who can't seem to get past comparing Chappie with other sci-fi titles put you off of going to see this film. This story is about a lot more than just robot police officers it is a thought provoking social commentary on many modern day issues and what it is like to bring life into the modern world.I very much enjoyed District 9 but I would even go as far to say I enjoyed Chappie much, much more.There were so many aspects to this film that could have went wrong but have been nailed on the head by the director. The effect once again visually striking and a very well <more>
paced and intricate development of characters as well as interesting set design helps keep chappie fresh and not just another reboot of any other sci fi film as critics will have you believe.I would also say I enjoyed this film much, much more than the likes of robo-cop.
A Rare Entertaining AND Technologically Honest SciFi (by HaveWisdomWillTravel)
I went to watch it because I like scifi and AI/robot theme TV/movies in general. Some I hate Her, A.I. some I love Blade Runner, Battlestar remake, Wall-E . This one, I love. I didn't have an opinion about Neill Blomkamp. Didn't even know Hugh Jackman is in this movie so it was a pleasant surprise.I was emotionally moved and entertained. Chappie is one of - no, THE MOST action-packed YET emotionally-engaging and HEARTFUL movies I've watched in a while, no bored moments and no time for going into meta-analysis. Can't believe I cared about a clunky metalic wire-ly robot, <more>
haven't since the far-cuter Wall-E anyway. Dev Pattel is well cast, did the role total justice. Sigourney did her part with just the right note. Hugh succeeded in compressing his bigger-than-life self into an unglamorous even unflattering thug-in-cubicle-job role. Very noble of him, lending his superstar weight to this project. showing Mr.BirdMan how a real-life hero gracefully bow out of superhero phase of his film role In spite of the tension from start to end, people burst out laughing A LOT throughout. There were lots of humor, but nothing contrived, just Grade AAA seamless storytelling. And if the key characters act crazy, it is explained why, without being captain obvious. Dialogs and expositions, 99% SHOW vs tell, Mckee would be proud, not that it mattered against the hateful bigots of pro critics Borg contingent. I decided somewhere along 20 minutes in - I REALLY like this directorial voice. The technical bits: the story craft, the plotting, pacing, editing, art directing, effects, all superb and SEAMLESSLY EXECUTED. Zero complaint there. My only beef is as usual the theological stuff but I will not trash something this brilliant because it doesn't agree with my spiritual viewpoint. Side note on IRRELEVANCY OF RT CRITIC SCORE and probably Academy Self-Awards I never cared about Rotten Tomatos score but my other half love to check it after every movie. We both anticipated the critics will be hateful with this one because it features a non-American director and 2 non-American male leads! But we didn't expect the shamelessness level. At least the audience disagreed by a HUGE margin, and the audience WORLDWIDE will continue to disagree as the box office telly of Rest of The World come in. This movie is trashed due to PURE POLITICAL reason. DUH. There are some really tightly-wound-up, bitter ANALysts in the mainstream "art" critic scene, who have forgotten how to feel sentient, and lost touch with everything, obviously.Anyway, go watch it, just for entertainment. If you happen to be moved then it is a bonus. It will prove that you have a heart, and more sentient than the average Borgs who's tied into "networked group mind" opinions.Meanwhile I totally look forward to a sequel. 9/10. +1 just to annoy the art-haters.
Way better than the critics want you to believe (by samwturner)
I thoroughly enjoyed Chappie. I usually don't write reviews, but after seeing the brutal rating this movie is getting I felt compelled to write this review.Chappie is a funny, entertaining, and surprisingly sentimental movie about a sentient robot being raised by gangsters in Johannesburg. Most of the criticisms I've seen about one- dimensional characters and illogical character choices are valid, but Chappie's character, the CGI, the humor, and the overall aesthetic of the movie more than make up for these shortcomings.Please go see this movie and make up your own mind. I almost <more>
didn't go last night because of the negative reviews, but I'm so happy I did. I'm very excited to see this movie again. You leave this movie feeling like you've become friends with Chappie, and I hope the bad reviews don't prevent the sequels from being made.If you like Neill Blomkamp's directing and style you will love this movie.
Why all the hate for this movie? I understand not liking something, but everyone seems to just TRASH it. Did I see the same movie? I saw an emotional film about innocence and loss. I REALLY don't understand. Sure, maybe the film didn't have the best dialogue or the best acting in the world, but it hit home for me. The VFX were phenomenal, Chappie is the best CGI motion capture I have seen in a long time, the 100% electronic musical score by Hans Zimmer was really unique and fresh, and it has a really great ending. I DON'T UNDERSTAND. If you like Blomkamp's previous films or <more>
are remotely interested, please watch it yourself. I think the critics are wrong on this one. I have been thinking for a while about why the reviews are so out there. First off, the trailers are AWFUL. The first to come out was this philosophical "What does it mean to be human?" kinda movie. The TV trailers were "GUNS, EXPLOSIONS, ROBOTS!!!" and it is neither. Think "Little Miss Sunshine" with a robot, that is a more accurate representation. Blomkamp's most underrated film.
Great movie. Reviewers are way off with this. (by bugeboy)
This is a great movie definitely in the style of Niell Blomkamp. However, some people might consider this a fault, as Elysium was a little off the mark. What is great about the movie is its style. They really went all out with Yolandi and Ninja the main characters part of the musical group Die Antwoord . Hugh Jackman is pretty hilarious as a bloodthirsty war vet, selling his role pretty well. The technology in this movie is fantastic, as usual coming from Blomkamp, leaving plenty of ideas for the imagination to wonder about for the future. Of course, Chappie really makes this movie; taking <more>
something so technical and robotic, making it human in action. He really gets the feels going. I haven't laughed like that in a movie theater in a long time. Add to that the oddness of the characters influencing the development of Chappie, this movie is gangster. Still, 9/10, super great movie.
My Equation: District 9 + I, Robot Chappie (by valen060)
Upon seeing so much hype of Neill Blomkamp's latest project, Chappie, I had to see what his follow-up from past hits like District 9 and Elysium can do. When I did, the movie itself further left me puzzled, but kept me engaged in the action scenes. The idea of a robot who was originally programmed for serious community work with no sentient purposes seems to follow the trail left behind by past robot-based films like 'Wall-E,' 'I, Robot,' and notably 80s comedy 'Short Circuit.' Blomkamp film regular, Sharlto Copley certainly delivered such an amazing motion-capture <more>
performance as the innocent, yet gifted robot Chappie.Comparing Chappie to Johnny 5 in terms of witty humor is something that has been done before, but the action sequences began to remind me of the intense, anarchic moments shown in Blomkamp's District 9, which is kind of the recurring themes in his previous projects. 'Slumdog Millionaire' star Dev Patel plays inventor Deon who reprograms one of the decommissioned robots along with the assistance of two individuals of South African rap-rave group Die Antwoord leading to Chappie seeing them as his parental figures as well as him focusing on the concepts of compassion, existentialism, and even nonconformity. It now proves that Chappie can be much more than just an obedient robot, but can actually express himself in ways the average human cannot comprehend.The villain played by Hugh Jackman considers this sentient being a threat and plans to eradicate it in anyway possible, thus bringing Chappie and his human comrades to a full-scale rebellion against the oppressive tyrant and his forces.I found the film to be enjoyable and sometimes laughable because it reminded me of the themes in not just the humor of 'Short Circuit,' but a near-similar scenario shown in 'I, Robot' as well in terms of consciousness being tested. The movie does indeed demote Jackman's hero reputation from past movies as the villain Vincent Moore since the archetypes of his character here feel too cliché. Sigourney Weaver's role as CEO Michelle Bradley feels unclear on what side does she really condone, but I felt her character development could've stretched more than what is shown on screen. Since the movie's setting takes place once again in the derelict, yet prosperous areas of Johannesburg, South Africa, I can already tell that it comes from the same vein as District 9. Since Blomkamp admitted that he would helm the next 'Alien' film, only time will tell of what he really thinks about the critical outcome of Chappie's success.To conclude, whether they are misdeeds or not, Chappie is a likable robot who can pull off extraordinary things as any human albeit even outlandish , maybe something better. The entire movie is nowhere near the equivalent of District 9 story-wise, but as Chappie quotes, "I am consciousness. I am alive." This further emphasizes that he is capable of thinking on his own and upon his understanding, it's human nature.
Johannesburg Police are using robots called scouts, supplied by Tetravaal Corporation. Software engineer Deon develops a self-aware artificial intelligence which he smuggles into a defunct robot. This childlike – but learning - being ends up kidnapped by a group of petty gangsters who plan to use it for criminal purposes. Meanwhile, back at Tetravaal, ex-military man Vincent Moore is championing an enormous and viciously militaristic robot as the next step in robotic law enforcement.Chappie is like Robocop crossed with Pinocchio, with a touch of Terminator and Pygmalion thrown in, and all <more>
run through a pronounced Saath Efrikan filter. Much is very good – lots goes on, performances are very good, effects are great I suspect Chappie himself is a mixture of CGI, costume, animatronic and puppetry, but they are all mixed together so well that you simply accept his physical reality throughout. It is often very funny, sometimes very touching, and has an ending – several endings – which I didn't see coming, and which I very much liked.Less positively, the strongly South African setting is both understandable and reasonable, but I found it somewhat distracting, the Vodacom tower product placement was annoying, the physical appearance affected by Yolandi which, I understand, is part of her schtick was profoundly irritating, and Moore's descent into psychotic body-shredding scenery-chewing mode was somewhere between improbable and unbelievable.On the whole, though, this was an enjoyable romp.
Stop reading this review and watch the film. (by twiggy120)
I'm not giving it a 9/10 to compensate for the negative reviews. That would make me a bad man and Chappie would not like that. If you removed the blood, violence, swearing and explosions this would be a successful Disney film that adults would make excuses to go and see. One of the Metacritic clicks, Roger Moore, gave this film 25 out of 100 his excuse is that "Chappie is a childish blend of the cute robot goofiness of "Short Circuit," and the bloody-minded mayhem of "Robocop."" That is exactly why this film was great to watch. Surreal and violent, <more>
beautiful and funny. I'm not going to give away any plot details, this film benefits from an empty mind and the reason why it's not a 10/10The trailers will only give you an idea of who is acting in the film and what it looks like. Go to Youtube and listen to Hans Zimmer's music for this film, Hans Zimmer has done exactly what you want Hans Zimmer to do.