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Summary: In Johannesburg, the police department reduced the high rating of criminality using robots from the Tetravaal Company, designed by the engineer Deon Wilson. The former military Vincent Moore is envious of Deon, since he has developed another project called Moose, but neither Tetravaal nor the police department is interested. Deon has just developed an Artificial Intelligence but the Tetravaal’s CEO Michelle Bradley asks him to abort the project. Deon decides to bring the damaged Robot 22 that was sent to be crushed to test his A.I. However he is kidnapped by the criminals Ninja, Yo-Landi and Amerika that want him to stop the robot cops.

Director: Neill Blomkamp
Writers: Neill Blomkamp, Terri Tatchell
Stars: Sharlto Copley, Dev Patel, Hugh Jackman

Links: IMDB

Bit rate : 49.6 Mb/s
Width : 3 840 pixels
Height : 2 160 pixels
Size: 55.5 GB

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11 Responses

  1. based says:

    So many parts (including part 2) are offline. Can you reupload them?

  2. Excel says:

    Thanks for uploading this movie!

  3. OneThatIsLazy says:

    Not sure if last comment went through. I did get this one finally to go through. Its hard to tell because i have downloaded some in the past multiple times and they never work (most work, its not too common). I am not sure why JDownloader still thinks the archive is incomplete making me manually extract it (tells you that when you try to start it before it downloads) when other files typically are fine. Either way i finally extract this one so i will check those others to see if they do.

    • NORiA says:

      Its possible because most of our uploads are in RAR format while some of them are in ZIP (this one for instance). JD’s auto-extract feature is known to have to some issues so its usually best to extract manually.

  4. OneThatIsLazy says:

    Ok now im not sure. I finally got Chappie to extract correctly. So its possible its mixed baggage, i will have to recheck some others see what went wrong.

  5. Helper says:

    If it isn’t any trouble is there any chance of adding a .sfv or .md5 to help figuring out if any of these files have had errors during the download? Some downloaders (specifically Jdownloader) occasionally produces errors in batch downloads. It’s not a big issue with smaller packs, but it’s a pretty difficult issue with these larger ones.

    Without knowing which few files were corrupted I’m left with little option other than to download the entire thing again. I’ve downloaded this entire thing multiple times and each time at least one of the files has an error. A tiny .md5 or an .sfv as other releases use or even any other checksum would make this process a lot easier.

    • NORiA says:

      We’ll consider it, but just as an fyi, when extracting if you ever get an error message then it should tell you which parts are corrupted and need to be re-downloaded. Would save you much more time rather than having to download it all again.

      • Helper says:

        If it’s compressed with as a .rar file it does show me which files are corrupted and need to be re-downloaded. I don’t know of anyway to do that when it’s a .zip archive though. The default message just tells me the archive has an error, but not the specific part. I use WinRar and 7-Zip (I even tried PeaZip specifically to get around this) and I’m pretty certain none of them offer that feature with zip archives. Testing the archive gives the same result. Is there another method or program that can do this?

        After three shots I eventually gave up on this one.

        • OneThatIsLazy says:

          I get the same error on this one. Jdownloader says its incomplete, still download, and get CRC errors.

          The following so far does that of newer uploads for UHD uploads. I’m starting to think its the uploads not downloads.
          Angry Birds,

        • Helper says:

          I *think* it’s just an issue with downloaders. I get issues with Zippyshare links using JDownloader and MiPony frequently. 95% of the time it’s fine, but when it’s not it can be a hassle.

          If any of the other uploads are .rar archives WinRar will mention which pieces have errors. In my experience simply downloading those pieces manually through your browser will ensure you get a good download.

          It won’t help here though, since this is a .zip archive and it doesn’t seem like the specific parts that have errors are reported. Since there isn’t a checksum I’ve been using a bit of a lengthy work around. Make your own checksum (an .md5 for example) of the files you’ve downloaded and then rename the folder to something else. Re-download the entire batch of files and use the checksum you made. It will tell you which of the files you’ve downloaded match. If the files match, it’s likely you got a good version. If they didn’t match one of the files is bad. It’s not a perfect solution but it gives you an idea for which files to focus on.

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