FILM REVIEW: INTERSTELLAR

The minute I watched the trailer for Interstellar, I knew I had to see this film.  I have always liked the idea that one day Earth will become so uninhabitable that humanity would be forced to find another home amongst the stars.  After watching the film, I realized that the story was infinitely more complicated than its trailers and synopsis implied.  Not only does Interstellar depict ideas such as deep space travel, wormholes, and life on other worlds, but it also demonstrated other aspects of science fiction that are very rarely explored.  I enjoyed the human emotions that were depicted as mankind fought to find a way to survive oblivion.  In addition, I would recommend this film to anyone who is searching for a richly science fiction story that would take you from the theatre to the great unknown.

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15 thoughts on “FILM REVIEW: INTERSTELLAR”

  1. LOL – I was just going to post about this movie… I’ve been tracking this movie for a while now and have been very much anticipating its arrival. I, like yourself was very pleased 🙂 But you’ll have to come to my blog to find out why… 😛

  2. Mr. Brown,
    Just read your critique of “Interstellar” and the overview of having superpowers and their benefit vs. detriment; quite an observation regarding super-speed, never considered your viewpoint of such.
    Also, thanks for the honor of the follow by someone of advanced ability in conveyance of thought to page, and the adventures of childhood becoming a catalyst for success. I applaud your talent.

    Thanks again,
    ichibon

  3. Interstellar has the element of emotions, which makes it an unusual and better sci-fi movie. It is definitely an awesome one!

  4. I shouldn’t read reviews. Most of the time it heightens expectations, sometimes beyond reason. For example, “The Signal”. I do not know if anyone has watched that, but, I made the mistake of reading too many favorable reviews. I guessed the plot all along the way and was disappointed by the ending. However, Interstellar is a different movie with much more behind it and probably and better and more original presentation. However, I will not read any more reviews of it.

  5. I hate Nolan, it’s like every movie he makes is over the top. He’s trying so hard to make something that you remember that the characters lack development. Anne Hathaway and Mathew Mcconahay’s character’s are almost there but not entirely.

  6. I was debating seeing it. When I saw the trailer, I was 50-50 split on whether it would be a great film, or a terribly executed attempt at science fiction.

    Yours is honestly one of the first positive reviews I have seen. Most attack the absolute inaccuracy of space travel, saying that it is obviously known to be impossible even to those with no specialized training.

    Perhaps I’ll have to see it and decide for myself.

  7. I will have to add this one to my list. I was afraid it might be a knockoff of the earlier film, Gravity, starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney. Usually the second movie out on the same theme is a weak copy at best, I’ll make sure to watch this when it comes to digital download,

  8. I thought this was a a great sci-fi take on the end of the world as we know it. I was surprised after viewing to find it is 3 hours long;kept my attention the whole time.

  9. Your review is enticing to say the least , makes us want too see it. I have follow as I enjoy reading about authors and what they do.

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