Factual error: When the Armadyne computer reboots, you can see the typical bootup screen which gives away certain information about the computer: In two consecutive shots of the screen, you can see that this computer has a BIOS, a GA-MA790XT-UD4P mainboard from Gigabyte, 4 gigabytes of RAM, and apparently works with IDE drives. The successor to the BIOS is called UEFI, the mainboard and 4 GB of RAM are only remotely up to date as of 2014, and IDE drives are already dying out in favor of SATA drives. (01:39:20)
Max (Matt Damon) blows up Kruger (Sharlto Copley) with a grenade. Spider tries to use the codes in Max's brain to override Elysium's system, but he can't do so without killing Max. Max tells him to do it anyway and Spider reprograms the mainframe to accept all of Earth's population as citizens of Elysium. Elysium sends medical ships down to the planet to heal the wounded. Max dies.
John Carlyle: Droids, there appears to be some type of wheeled vehicle with one - two occupants, they are armed and I'd like them dead.
Question: With all of his access to Elysium, why wouldn't Spider have cured his crippled leg?
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