District 9

Set in a dystopian Johannesburg, the District 9 is this city's ghetto where aliens are forced to live. Many years before landing in poor conditions on Earth, humans are still treating aliens really bad, something that might change really soon. 

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    Anonymous
    June 12, 2018
    "District 9 is an allegory of the Apartheid era in Cape Town, South Africa where non-whites are discriminated. The protagonist transforming into a bug man is a great way to show people what it feels like to become an oppressed minority. They focused more on the racism issue rather than the sci-fi part, which is kinda good."
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    Anonymous
    January 18, 2019
    "I dunno about you but i agree that District 9 is at the top 3 of the best CGI movies list. I do salute the visual effects team behind this movie. Because wth they were able to come up with a ship design that has pleased many sci fi fans including me."
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    Anonymous
    December 20, 2019
    "I've always been fascinated with the setting for the matrix movie and its sort cyberpunk-like vibe. This movie put that concept to good use and is well worth watching while you wait for Matrix 4."
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    Anonymous
    April 21, 2018
    "The concept of this movie sounds really cool and the plot leaves a lot to the imagination. I would love to see how the aliens go about their uprising and get back at the humans."
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