But Bong's first feature-length film acknowledges that, in a world of nearly 8 billion souls, those solutions are too resource- and space-intensive to be scalable. He is a line editor at Ars Technica, but every now-and-then he gets out of his cage. Oh please, like you'd act any different if you saw a giant fish monster. So, good job there, Harvard of the South! His social commentary movies feel like sci-fi, and his sci-fi movies feel like social commentary. I'm not even sure we see cars driving in the background. Bong's sophomore effort was a critical and box-office smash. Meanwhile in the United States, our trains are slower than cars, our infrastructure is crumbling, medical costs are skyrocketing, and every third article at Ars seems to be about how hard it is to get broadband into rural areas. In short, they are not ready for the brave new world they are forced to inhabit.
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