A film by Christopher Nolan
I was going to write something very detailed and profound about Interstellar immediately after seeing it.
I loved the movie. I loved Matthew McConaughey and his motley crew’s mission to save the human race. I just feel that what I saw wasn’t what I wanted to see. Years of waiting for this film from back when it was a Steven Spielberg project probably set my expectations WAY to high.
Much like the Beatle’s “reunion” singles from the 90s, Interstellar is good film- not a great one.
Here is my flippant review (with spoilers):
Imagine a world so alien that the very clouds are frozen.
Imagine orbiting a singularity and then landing on a planet orbiting it, girdled by endless, enormous waves.
Imagine being able to breach the 5th dimension and communicate across space-time.
Imagine visualizing with stunning accuracy a wormhole within sight of…
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