Neill Blomkamp is one of the more interesting sci-fi directors out there.
Beginning in 2009 with his breakout debut feature, “District 9,” the South African director has become a unique voice among science fiction directors. His films have action, but are usually accompanied by some kind of deeper social meaning. “District 9” was about apartheid with aliens while “Elysium” was about the 99% versus the 1%.
This brings us to Blomkamp’s third feature as a director, “Chappie.” Continue reading