Downsizing (2017) – Official Trailer #2 – Paramount Pictures



This Christmas, we are meant for something bigger. Watch the new trailer for Downsizing, starring Matt Damon, Christoph Waltz, Hong Chau, and Kristen Wiig!

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When scientists discover how to shrink humans to five inches tall as a solution to over-population, Paul (Matt Damon) and his wife Audrey (Kristen Wiig) decide to abandon their stressed lives in order to get small and move to a new downsized community — a choice that triggers life-changing adventures.

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21 replies
  1. Valen Sinclair
    Valen Sinclair says:

    Finally watched this. Not the movie I was expecting. Started out good enough, but during the downsizing process it's like you're listening to a song you like on a turntable, someone walks over and scratches the needle across the record, and stops on a completely different song, leaving you wondering "WTF just happened? I liked the previous song." I mean, this entire movie (especially the last 2/3rds) could have been made without the entire downsizing plot. It really played no part in anything that happened later. And the thinly veiled agenda preaching became tiresome. Not a good writing effort, and a completely wasted effort to take Wonkavision mainstream. Seriously, who greenlit this version of the script? People make a living writing like this?

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  2. Joseph Collareta
    Joseph Collareta says:

    im glad i never saw this trailer but the first trailer made it seem like a comedy. The editors for these trailers were just horrible. But i homely love this movie. Don't know why so many people hate it

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  3. theo9952
    theo9952 says:

    I watched it last evening on TV. Interesting film. I would not call it a comedy as they describe it though. It is rather dramatic, in spite of some mildly funny moments.

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  4. David Taylor
    David Taylor says:

    I was bored today and watching this movie. I thought it was going to be a comedy, It's certainly sold as a comedy based on the trailer. It's a total bait and switch because about 30 minutes in it shifts and changes into something deep with a strong message about, well, everything. It became something powerful and lovely. It really was like two trains in different directions hitting in the middle. It didn't get much publicity when it was out. Funny how the trailer has multiple scenes that didn't occur in the released movie.

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  5. rené
    rené says:

    i have been trying to figure out if this movie actually existed, or if it was a weird fever dream for like… years.
    yall dont even know how many different ways i tried to google this lmao.

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