In the near future, Earth has been devastated by drought and famine, causing a scarcity in food and extreme changes in climate. When humanity is facing extinction, a mysterious rip in the space-time continuum is discovered, giving mankind the opportunity to widen its lifespan. A group of explorers must travel beyond our solar system in search of a planet that can sustain life. The crew of the Endurance are required to think bigger and go further than any human in history as they embark on an interstellar voyage into the unknown. Coop, the pilot of the Endurance, must decide between seeing his children again and the future of the human race.
"Intestellar" is a ground breaking Sci-Fi film from Christopher Nolan. While I wasn't really invested in the story all that much, the science parts and some amazing scenes kept the movie fresh and interesting enough for me to care about the characters and what was happening in the movie. Speaking about the characters, everyone did an outstanding job, even the child actors. As usual with Christopher Nolan, we get some amazing visuals effects backed up by an outstanding score by Hans Zimmer. If it wasn't for the not so interesting story and its long runtime, I would have rated it higher, but all in all "Intestellar" is still a good movie and one you should watch.
“Interstellar” was probably one of the most anticipated films of 2014 and though it may not be as good as many wanted it to be, nonetheless, it is still great. First off, the visuals were brilliant. “Interstellar” surely takes the throne when it comes to illustrating space. Then there is the acting and the cast did not let us down by any means. As for the story, it really wasn’t as extraordinary as I would have hoped to see from Nolan. He knows to tackle some really big subjects but the ending is kind of a letdown and not on par with the story of “Inception”. Lastly I want to note the soundtracks are amazing, but I wouldn’t expect any different from Hans Zimmer. So in the end, “Interstellar” is definitely a great movie and one to watch.
Christopher Nolan’s latest movie “Interstellar” shows us yet again he is an amazing director. As for the score, it is composed by Hans Zimmer, like we have come to be used to from Nolan’s films. This does make for an amazing soundtrack to strengthen the experience. The visual effects are equally amazing and probably one of the finest in decades, especially when it comes to space (“Gravity” does not even come close). As for acting performances, they were great all-round. Even the child actors did a great job, which is not always the case. There were some setbacks though. The story in general was not on par with his last movies and it is quite lengthy coming in at just under 3 hours. That being said, “Interstellar” is still one you should watch.