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Well, one off from two of this year's most expected films alongside 'The War of Five Armies'. Like all the Chris Nolan fans, I was equally excited to see the film on the opening day opening show. But I slightly disappointed that it was not a digital 3D film. I agree, this science-fiction was more dramatized than usual zone travel stories does with an adventure-thriller. Almost a 3 hour long stretch film did not waste much time to take us to the core of the story. Obtain prepared for this extremely rare voyage into the zone with a logical explanation for everything you see on the screen. Well done research for the most matured and smart writing. All the credit must go to Nolan brothers. A amazing sign from Jonathan Nolan, who can create huge in the entertainment industry in a future like his brother. As we know a lot of had liked 'Inception', to me that was a easy multi-layered action movie, that's all. But the same stuffs that used in this movie makes sense. In fact, you have to have a small knowledge over how the universe works, so then it will be simple to catch the stage and situations while watching the movie. Totally like a documentary style concept, but with the extra stuffs like characters and its emotions add flavor that gives a film look. An educational movie, though it also can work for those who wants just entertainment. Only the slow film pace would try their patience. It all begins like Shyamalan's 'Signs' film with a family living surrounded by corn field. Then switches to 'The Astronaut Farmer' and going through 'Gravity', finally meets the 'Inception'. It was just a reference to call the film setting that brings constant change for every half an hour. Like the opening stage and the end stage had over a 100 years difference. As I earlier said it was the story of a family alongside the future of humankind and decoding universal mysteries through travelling in zone and time. This film would a reasonable for those who thought '2001: A Zone Odyssey' is a boring piece, Cleverly written cinematic piece especially for science geeks. I don't know how excellent the film to the actual show astrophysics, but will justify for the common people's capacity of understanding with an encourageable amount of commercial elements in it to entertain as well. The first three quarters of the film was well made. It puts me in a unblinkable position like a story was narrated by Brian Cox in a tv series. Like I said, lots of astrophysics involved in it, but strangely human emotions were also exhibited equally that I never expected one from Nolan film. It was not an ordinary sentiment, but was powerful enough to create a man cry for satisfied and sad situations in the movie. I liked science and emotion coming together. In fact, it saved the movie, otherwise it would have been a science documentary straight from NASA production through Nolan direction. There are a lot of surprise elements in the film and of course there is a twist at the end. We can call it a series of twists like the layers. Compared to latest quarter of the film to the rest, it completely detaches which opens broadly to the various directions. And that happens so quick rushing towards the other end. Which give an impression of the film 'Inception'. In a excellent method to say the first 75% was 'The Tree of Life' and the remains are 'Inception'. ‘‘This world's a treasure, but it's been telling us to leave for a while now.’’ All the actors were so good. Matthew McConaughey steals the present as he dominates the majority of the screen zone in the story presentation. There's no ruling out the fine performance executions from Anne Hathaway and the young star from the Twilight movie, Mackenzie Foy. The remaining cast was having less scope which were like the guest appearances that was widened a small broader, but was perfectly fitted for the story. Especially Matt Damon's was the crucial one. Remember the film 'Contact', a lovely movie, which was ruined by its fictional ending. Something like that happened in this movie as well. The story was initiated with a realistic approach with actual scientific contents as per the show understanding about the universe. But the end was allow me down with the layered contents that kind of impossible to agree with it. As a cinematic theme it worked, yeah, a amazing solution for this wonderfully written story. We know that the time can't run backwards, so that's the trouble. Anyway, this film defines in a fresh way, I mean scientifically the existence of ghost. It was not a horror movie, but I liked supernatural force that merged with this science fiction theme. That explains and gives vast ideas to expand our physics beyond something and somewhere yet to reach. Hats off to the director, because he was not thinking of making cash here. His idea was to implement what the humans are understood so far about the cosmos. And he very nicely transformed those into the silver screen with the blend of human emotions. In my opinion, this will replace '2001: A Zone Odyssey' for sometime till another one create this way. I could have not asked a better zone travel drama than this, especially when I heard Nolan doing a science-fiction I believed he gonna rock it. He was so real to the science and the human feelings in this film. If you had seen enough films before like this one, you can recall your memories like the Tom Hanks parts from 'Cloud Atlas'. But still independently stands powerful and falls in a never seen before category. ‘‘Maybe we've spent too long trying to figure all this out with theory.’’ The end stage leaves a tip of a possible sequel. I would be satisfied if that happen in a near future, but definitely that would be a completely various cinema as per how this one ended. I know his fans wish that to happen and so am I. The visuals were not that great, but simply very good. To see those in digital 3D would have given us a various experience, sadly Nolan was not in favor of that technology. Hoping this film would obtain as a lot of as the Oscars nod. Especially not getting into the best motion picture shortlist would be a shame. Like I said I'm no one fan, I just love watching everyone's every movie. I would have went to see it again if it was converted into digital 3D, since I'm modern tech geek when it comes to the films. It will become a talk of the week, perhaps month all over the world, so don't leave behind when your mates talk about it. What I gonna say is it is a must see asap if you are a film fanatic like me otherwise Nolan films does not need anyone's recommendation because his films usually sell itself like the hot samosa.
People seem to think that if you have fun a Christopher Nolan movie, you are a fanboy and the movie couldn't really be that good. That is not true. He has never created a poor movie, Insomnia is probably his worst and it is still an perfect movie. Interstellar is up there in his top 3, with The Dark Knight being number 1 and Inception in number 2. I don't think he will ever create a better film than The Dark Knight, it is without a doubt a masterpiece of cinema in my opinion. It can be enjoyed on so a lot of levels. I remember seeing Interstellar in the film theater and being on the edge of my seat the whole time. It was breathtaking but the end left me confused so i walked out disappointed. Since then i have watched it a lot of times but it only took a second viewing to realize what a amazing ending it is and here is why. How a lot of people discuss the end, was the wormhole begin or closed for him to create it to Brand, what happens next, is there a sequel. I discuss this with people who hate the film and the debate will still latest a amazing 30 mins if not more without getting heated. It is a unbelievable story told through the eyes of a genius movie maker who deserves more than he receives, an oscar would be nice start. I read hat his next film is to be released in July 2017, I can't wait to search out everything about it like i have since he began. If you're unsure about Christopher Nolan, watch his career from the beginning starting with Doodlebug.
Another grandiloquent film from Christoper Nolan. The cast is good, and McConaughey performs a role created for himself. The photography is very nice but the film commits all the same mistakes than previous Nolan's movies. I think mistakes but it may be that they are the points Nolan fans have fun the most ... * The story makes you believe it is a realy deeply thought plot but, in the end, it has so primary mistakes and stupidities that create it nonsensical. * There is a general ambience of every moment being epic; deep, solemn and intelligent dialogues but, at some point our highly trained engineer and pilot behaves really stupidly. * To hold the mentioned constant feeling of being in an epic moment, Nolan uses a thumping and insistent soundtrack. As it is not a moment, but a 3h movie, it is really tiresome. All in all, the film is OK but you can only think this is a amazing film if you are a true Nolan fan.
"Man kind was born on earth, it was never meant to die here." IT has been two days since I watched it and I still can't obtain it out of my head. I can safely say that it has been a long LONG time since a film had this much result on me after watching it. And the only thing I can think of now is to somehow Re-Watch it again. This film was surprisingly various from Christopher Nolan's latest works because they had been amazing cinematic entertainment pieces catered to a wider audience with a blockbuster approach, this certainly didn't felt like that and hence the polarizing response it got. It is an ambitious project that is not meant to merely entertain, walk into it knowing that. I'll say this though, If it works for you, you'll be in heaven. The premise of the film is that Earth is no longer capable of supporting humans on it, we must search a fresh home to avoid extinction. This scenario is told from a very private perspective and not from a Global scale like some sort of apocalyptic catastrophe disaster film. At the core of the film is the Father-Daughter relationship. The film takes its sweet time to develop it too. Mathew McConaughey, not surprisingly, gives an awesome performance as the main lead. He really carries the film, some scenes were very emotional due to his amazing performance. The rest of the cast does a amazing job as well, especially the Daughter played by Meckenzie Foy. The One hero that I never expected to be amazing was the robot TARS. He also acted as the source of the humor in the movie, well executed, timely and grounded. Interstellar tackles a lot of themes, Survival, Humankind, Love, Time etc, out of which 'Time' had the largest impact on me. With relativity being a huge part in the film, the whole sequence about it just struck me very deeply and I found fresh respect for Time. I'm actually at a loss of words to describe it. Also, there is a lot science in it so it can be confusing for a lot of and in Nolan's tradition, it also has twists and mind numbing ending, where the more you think about it, the more numbing it gets. The visuals of this film are breathtaking. Amazing cinematography and CGI. The depiction of wormholes and blackholes and other zone entities were the best I have ever seen. They just suck you into the movie. Along with that, you obtain to listen to one of Hans Zimmer's best scores. The score not only felt personal, going perfectly with the movie, but also various from his latest works. There were times where combination of epic photography and soundtrack created the scenes timeless, like I was completely sucked into it and didn't had a clue about my surroundings. I didn't wish those scenes to end. Alas, the film was not perfect. My largest gripe with it is that the pacing and editing was off at times. Some scenes dragged on while others were chop far shorter. The attractive views of zone could have definitely benefited from a few seconds longer onscreen time. Also, I wished there was more zone exploration in it. With all the remakes, rehashes, reboots and sequels we are getting in these times, it is amazing to see original gems like these. This film is definitely one of this year's best, one of Nolan's best work and one of the best film I have seen in latest years. 9.5/10
This was my most anticipated movie of 2014, and I was not disappointed. The story was slightly difficult to follow on the first watch, but that was to be expected in a movie dealing with complicated fields such as astrophysics and time dilation. A lot of didn't search its overall notice - that love is the most strong force in the universe which transcends zone and time - to be very appealing, but I thought it was an interesting take on unique relativity and how two people can be bound by a common feeling, even when they're in various parts of the universe at various times. I also thought the acting was believable, for the most part, and I didn't think anyone was miscast. I enjoyed the surprise appearance from a certain popular actor about halfway through. But what really blew me away were the visuals and the soundtrack. I believe it was Quentin Tarantino who once said films and melody go hand in hand; that a moving photo complimented by the right piece of melody can make art. Well, the visuals in this film, which took my breath away, and the score, which perfectly captured the 'feel' of the cosmos and all its wonder, proved him right. I think this was Hans Zimmer's best work yet, and although I'm not Christopher Nolan's largest fan, I will continue to follow his work if he can pull off more films like this. My only regret was not seeing this movie in IMAX. 10/10
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