Thought-provoking space travel epic. These critics wouldn’t know something good if it slapped them in the face. The movie was based on realism and under the guidance of a known physicist and the whole movie is full of mystery. If you’re still in disbelief like some of the critics on here, then check out science of interstellar that really dives into the fundamentals. The story was amazing, the love involved between father/daughter, the amazing score, the character development. One critic watch the movie online and gave a D+ and complained about the characters crying all the time? Look at the audience score, bro. The idea behind this movie includes several people including both of the Nolan brothers (younger brother originally wrote it), Kip Thorne and several others.
Interstellar is great action space film that also shows what space is like in a unique way the cinematography and visual effects were fabulous also with great acting from everyone especially Matthew mconnaughey while the had a long run time how they put the story to gather didn’t make it feel long to keep the story at a steady pace along with a stunning soundtrack which all can be free downloaded from Filmxy.
Christopher Nolan proves another time that he is one of the best directors in the history of film making. The best space cinematographic in film making and an awesome soundtrack by Hanz Zimmer delivered us a masterpiece. it’s a must-watch for every creature who is in love with motion pictures.
Stars : Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain
It's a cross between "Solaris", "Inception", "Contact" and "2001:A Space Odyssey" in which the planet earth is going through a serious 'dust bowl' and the world is going through a drought. Ex space pilot and farmer, Cooper (Matthew McConaughey) and his 2 kids along with his dad, Donald (John Lithgow) happens to own one of those important corn crops the country or the planet needs. Cooper and his daughter would then stumble onto a top secret NASA base with Cooper s old teacher Professor Brand (Michael Caine), who would then successfully convince him to accept this space expedition along with 3 others including Romilly (David Gyasi), Doyle (Wes Bentley), and Brand (Anne Hathaway) with Tar a robot to guide them.
User 2 Review:
Nothing short of outstanding, Nolan presents us with one of the most gripping, fascinating and thrilling sci-fi films in decades. The writing manages to be mind-bogglingly smart and heartfelt at the same time, serving us a story that is full of humanity (quite literally, really), hitting close to home with current predictions of how our planet will fare. The visuals are absolutely spectacular and the stellar cast delivers on their performances of well-written characters. To top it all off - and really, the effect can't be understated -- Hans Zimmer's score might be one of the greatest ever made, elevating the mood and atmosphere to untold heights. This is truly magnificent story-telling, even if the ending doesn't quite perfectly answer every question posed.
User 3 Review:
It is one of the best movies to see and experience .Mr. Nolan made it with an intent so that people will watch it again and again and in every view there is something new to find just like the prestige.The critics gave mixed reviews because they don't have the guts to understand it and its mastery.The movie was never really fully about space it was about love between a father and his child too and the lengths a parent will go for his child even if it takes anything to sacrifice. This movie has a soul and the love transcends beyond space and time and the critics are too short minded and fails to understand the simple concept inside the complexity of the movie because they were not looking closely as they never did with the prestige.