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Machined Reborn (2009) Review

Machined Reborn is an American science fiction film directed by Neil Blomkamp and starring Sharlto Copley, Dev Patel, and Jason Cope. The film takes place in a future in which humans have colonized a number of other planets and are using powerful machines to terraform and mine them. One day, a malfunctioning machine goes on a rampage, killing a number of humans and destroying a number of buildings. The survivors must find a way to stop the machine before it destroys everything.

The acting in Machined Reborn is excellent, particularly from Sharlto Copley and Dev Patel. The action is well-directed and exciting. The film’s visual effects are impressive, making the film’s world seem believable. The film’s story is interesting and raises questions about the future of humanity’s relationship with technology.

Overall, Machined Reborn is an excellent science fiction film that is well-acted, exciting, and visually impressive.


The year is 2027 and the world is a bleak and scary place. The government is corrupt and the economy is in shambles. The only way to survive is to join the military and fight in the war against the machines.

John Connor is a young man who has been fighting in the war for years. He is tired of the fighting and the death, but he knows that if he doesn’t keep fighting, the machines will win and the human race will be extinguished.

One day, while on a mission, Connor and his team are ambushed by the machines. He is the only one to make it out alive, but he is badly injured. He is rescued by a group of rebels who are fighting against the machines.

Connor is taken to their base, where he meets their leader, Marcus Wright. Wright is a former soldier who was captured by the machines and had his human body replaced with a machine body. He is now fighting against the machines with the rebels.

Connor is reluctant to trust Wright, but he soon realizes that Wright is the only one who can help him save humanity from the machines. Together, they must find a way to destroy the machines once and for all.

Movie Details

Director: Craig McMahon
Writer: Craig McMahon
Actors: Jimmy Flowers, David C. Hayes, Davina Joy
Release Year: 2009