Downsizing (2017) – Official Trailer – Paramount Pictures

A big world is waiting. Watch the new trailer for #Downsizing, directed by Alexander Payne and starring Matt Damon, Christoph Waltz, Hong Chau, and Kristen Wiig! In theatres this December.


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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25 replies
  1. Golden Retriever
    Golden Retriever says:

    So this is something I’ve heard people say that this is a Tim Burton movie that Tim Burton didn’t direct

    Tim Burton would have had everyone turn into rats and probably would have called the movie


  2. J 1283
    J 1283 says:

    I've heart that the film is absolute dogshit and the Wikipedia plot reveals as much (it reads so lifeless and uninteresting, like it runs into a storytelling dead end that goes bizarrely off rails) and yet this trailer, like it did when I first saw it, still makes me want to see it as much as back then, despite knowing how disappointing it is.

  3. Acesstricker
    Acesstricker says:

    Here’s my big issue with the movie, more than anything I felt the trailer lied, painted it as a light comedy, instead it was more a social commentary I guess? The concept had a lot of potential and star power and even with the route the went it could have gone pretty well but instead the plot felt half baked at best. The movie could have grossed a bit more if they removed 2 brief shots of nudity that didn’t have to do with the plot to be an otherwise at least PG13 film. Overall just a missed opportunity

  4. Sparky Spellborn
    Sparky Spellborn says:

    Yo quería una pelicula romantica donde nuestro querido Matt Damon lograra encontrar una novia mejor que lo amara en serio y no lo abandonara por nada del mundo como le hizo la otra muy forra que se cagó en él y se fué a la m*erda tipo "No puedo, no puedo abandonar a mi familia y a mis amigos. Chau, arreglate solo!"… Tenía mucho potencial esta pelicula tanto en concepto como en el argumento y lo desaprovecharon

  5. David Lemon
    David Lemon says:

    Like all solutions.. and I'm assuming here… this was a Liberal's wet dream… It doesn't take into account.. Insects will now be predators.. A small rainstorm could kill.. a snow storm would be deadly.. So many things would make surviving nearly impossible.. Kinda like the dream of electric cars.. till you have one and have to replace the Lithium Batteries.. That cost almost as much as the low mileage per charge electric car..
    Hey, but who am I to dump cold water on this dream of downsizing.. haha

  6. oliver e
    oliver e says:

    I saw this on tv last night and there was some jackass standing in the corner of the screen waving his arms around for the entire movie, everytime someone spoke he was waving his arms. Seriously brah, no idea who you are but you ruined the movie.

  7. GoGetta49
    GoGetta49 says:

    This movie has the greatest concept yet the worst delivery. It was so boring and there was NO plot lol. It literally just ends and nothing cool or exciting happens. I feel like they sold the idea to the production company and then wrote a script in 30 mins.

  8. Dissenting skeleton
    Dissenting skeleton says:

    Nice film. Too bad is a piece of predictive programming about mass human extinction, sustainability, ecological transition and all that crap that is being shilled so hard nowadays, 5 years after this film came out.

  9. saxefoner
    saxefoner says:

    When they unveil the little man on the podium, he should have a high little voice. To sound like a full size man is a big phony stupid mistake. It's just plain physics. But the movie was enjoyable otherwise.


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