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Blomkamp’s Elysium Needs work Article: Liam Fitz-Gerald – Contributor If Christopher Nolan’s 2012 film The Dark Knight Rises had a political subtext of fearing a revolutionary mob, than Neill Blomkamp’s summer blockbuster Elysium is its antithesis. The only difference is that Blomkamp’s film doesn’t need subtext; his message is apparent through the entire movie and is the driving point behind the plot. All in all, Blomkamp presents an interesting premise for the future, one that ...

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Folksy – but in a good way

“When I was younger, [music] made me think about things I didn’t think about. That’s still kind of going on. When you listen to music, you connect with it: it opens your world. Almost like you’re living another life, or you can feel something that someone else feels. You gain wisdom and empathy from music.” – Matt Goude

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