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Interstellar

2014  169 MN


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Christopher Nolan
  Director




The adventures of a group of explorers who make use of a newly discovered wormhole to surpass the limitations on human space travel and conquer the vast distances involved in an interstellar voyage.

 Release Date

November 5, 2014

 Runtime

2h49m (169 min)

 Budget

$ 165,000,000

 Revenue

$ 701,729,206


 Top Billed Cast

 Matthew McConaughey
 Joseph "Coop" Cooper
 Anne Hathaway
 Dr. Amelia Brand
 Jessica Chastain
 Murphy "Murph" Cooper
 Michael Caine
 Professor John Brand
 Bill Irwin
 TARS (voice)
 Ellen Burstyn
 Old Murph


 Written by

Jonathan Nolan Writer
Christopher Nolan Writer

 Tagline

Mankind was born on Earth. It was never meant to die here.

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 Cast

Matthew McConaughey
  Joseph "Coop" Cooper
Anne Hathaway
  Dr. Amelia Brand
Jessica Chastain
  Murphy "Murph" Cooper
Michael Caine
  Professor John Brand
Bill Irwin
  TARS (voice)
Ellen Burstyn
  Old Murph
Mackenzie Foy
  Young Murph
Casey Affleck
  Tom Cooper
John Lithgow
  Donald
Wes Bentley
  Doyle
David Gyasi
  Romilly
Matt Damon
  Mann
Topher Grace
  Getty
Timothée Chalamet
  Young Tom
David Oyelowo
  School Principal
William Devane
  Williams
Josh Stewart
  CASE (voice)
Collette Wolfe
  Ms. Hanley
Leah Cairns
  Lois
Russ Fega
  Crew Chief
Lena Georgas
  Nurse Practitioner
Jeff Hephner
  Doctor
Elyes Gabel
  Administrator
Brooke Smith
  Nurse
Liam Dickinson
  Coop
Francis X. McCarthy
  Boots
Andrew Borba
  Smith
Flora Nolan
  Girl on Truck
Griffen Fraser
  Boy on Truck
William Patrick Brown
  NASA Employee (uncredited)
Kristian Van der Heyden
  Scientist (uncredited)
Joseph Oliveira
  Astronaut (uncredited)
Ryan Irving
  Popcorn Seller (uncredited)
Alexander Michael Helisek
  Construction Boss (uncredited)
Benjamin Hardy
  NASA Scientist (uncredited)

 Crew


Kendelle Elliott
  Art Direction
Eric Sundahl
  Art Direction
Eggert Ketilsson
  Art Direction
David F. Klassen
  Art Direction
Gary Kosko
  Art Direction
Josh Lusby
  Art Direction
Lee Smith
  Editor
Hans Zimmer
  Original Music Composer
Lynda Obst
  Producer
Christopher Nolan
  Producer
Hoyte van Hoytema
  Director of Photography
Jonathan Nolan
  Writer
Christopher Nolan
  Writer
Emma Thomas
  Producer
Nathan Crowley
  Production Design
John Papsidera
  Casting
Mary Zophres
  Costume Design
Luisa Abel
  Makeup Department Head
Heather Moore
  Costume Supervisor
Hans Bjerno
  Helicopter Camera
Melinda Sue Gordon
  Still Photographer
Jose Zamora
  Hairstylist
Jenne Lee
  Art Department Coordinator
Jay Wejebe
  Makeup Artist
Casey Grant
  Production Manager
Dane Bjerno
  Camera Technician
Patricia DeHaney
  Hairstylist
Gary Fettis
  Set Decoration
Michelle Brattson
  Production Supervisor
P. Scott Sakamoto
  Camera Operator
Lynda Foote
  Costume Supervisor
Jake Myers
  Executive Producer
Kip Thorne
  Executive Producer
Jordan Goldberg
  Executive Producer
Thomas Tull
  Executive Producer
Robert Woodruff
  Set Designer
Trystan James
  Animation
Tom Barrett
  Visual Effects Editor
Kelly Porter (costumer)
  Set Costumer
Christopher Morente
  Greensman
Dan Engle
  Sculptor
Lai Lok Chau
  Animation
Graeme Puttock
  Visual Effects Producer
Craig Henderson
  Construction Coordinator
Nathan Davey
  Greensman
Michael W. Mitchell
  Sound Effects Editor
Andrew Bock
  First Assistant Sound Editor
Dan Neal
  CG Supervisor
Fabio Zangla
  Sequence Supervisor
Denny Caira
  Transportation Coordinator
Noelle King
  Set Designer
Sally Thornton
  Set Designer
Gary Rizzo
  Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Richard King
  Supervising Sound Editor
Leigh Bell
  Set Costumer
Eric A. Lewy
  First Assistant Editor
Ryan Rubin
  Music Editor
Gábor Kiss
  Animation
Lauren Abiouness
  Assistant Art Director
Steven Hanks
  Greensman
Brian Walker
  Construction Coordinator
Paul Sonski
  Set Designer
Alyson Dee Moore
  Foley
Evan Clover
  Animation
Andrew McEvoy
  Animation
Dorian Knapp
  Animation
Mark Weissenfluh
  Leadman
Ken J. Johnson
  Sound Effects Editor
Linda Yeaney
  First Assistant Sound Editor
James Paradis
  Special Effects Coordinator
Harold Skinner
  Gaffer
Joel Tobman
  Art Department Coordinator
Darryl Stogre
  Greensman
Seth Dubieniec
  Sequence Supervisor
Andrew Lockley
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Alex Gibson
  Music Editor
Eric Sundahl
  Set Designer
Todd Rex
  Sculptor
Eugénie von Tunzelmann
  CG Supervisor
Crystal Hadcroft
  Visual Effects Editor
Martin Keough
  Gaffer
Mark Avery
  Set Costumer
Sahar Halabi
  Set Costumer
Ernie Avila
  Set Designer
Martha Johnston
  Set Designer
John Roesch
  Foley
Jeff Sawyer
  Sound Effects Editor
Ann Podlozny
  Visual Effects Producer
Sean Oxenbury
  Rigging Gaffer
Tom Cummins
  Set Costumer
Rick Lipton
  Dialect Coach
Travis Witkowski
  Assistant Art Director
Gregg Landaker
  Sound Re-Recording Mixer
George Cottle
  Stunt Coordinator
Andrew Birdzell
  Set Designer
Cuitlahuac Morales Velazquez
  Sculptor
Steve Miller
  Visual Effects Editor
Harrison Goldstein
  Visual Effects Producer
Jenny Basen
  Visual Effects Producer
Bruce L. Brownstein
  Location Manager
Mandi Dillin
  Location Manager
Mark Scoon
  Executive In Charge Of Production
Deanna Brigidi
  Casting Associate
Frank Reina
  Production Office Assistant
Donald Likovich
  Assistant Editor
Dixie Webster
  Casting
Paul Healy
  Set Decoration
Dean Wolcott
  Supervising Art Director
Andrew Kinney
  Orchestrator
Bruce Fowler
  Orchestrator
David E. Hall
  Post Production Supervisor
Mato
  Color Timer
Kevin Kaska
  Orchestrator
R.J. Kizer
  Dialogue Editor
Hugo Weng
  Dialogue Editor
Ritchie Kremer
  Property Master
Scott Wesley Ross
  Visual Effects Assistant Editor
Helen Kozora
  Set Decoration
Lisa Kisner
  Assistant Accountant
Brenda McClellan
  Assistant Accountant
Silja Hauksdуttir
  Assistant Location Manager
Darrel D. Bricker
  Construction Foreman
Jim Bruder
  Construction Foreman
Robert Ikeda
  Grip
Stacia Lang
  Key Costumer
Sean Morrissey
  Stunts
Jackson Yu
  Assistant Editor
Jennifer Omoth
  First Assistant Accountant
Jeffrey A. Johnson
  Grip
Robin Borman-Wizan
  Key Costumer
Herb Ault
  Key Grip
Terry Jackson
  Stunts
Curtis Corbitt
  Assistant Property Master
Charlie Campbell
  Construction Foreman
Sophia Coronado
  Costumer
Sean Ricigliano
  Epk Camera Operator
Sean Frohardt
  Grip
Laura Lee Connery
  Stunt Coordinator
Edward V. Pannozzo
  Assistant Accountant
Keith Church
  Catering
Nathaniel West
  Concept Artist
Steve Burg
  Concept Artist
Nolan B. Medrano
  First Assistant Accountant
Doug Lavender
  First Assistant Camera
Kzar Torres
  Thanks
Kimberly Lennox
  Costumer
Michael Glaser
  Assistant Location Manager
Evan Godfrey
  Executive Producer's Assistant
Kelly Mitchell
  Camera Production Assistant
Andrew Thom
  Electrician
Philip Shanahan
  First Assistant "B" Camera
Dan Brown
  Stunts
Michael Li
  Stunts
Ryan Monro
  Dolly Grip
Inga Bjork Solnes
  Coordinating Producer
Frank Torres
  Stunts
Scott R. Fisher
  Special Effects Supervisor
Anthea Strangis
  Assistant Accountant
Jill Hahn
  Assistant Accountant
John Thellend
  Carpenter
Lauren Pratto
  Costumer
Kevin Caira
  Driver
Chris Cotterman
  Grip
Ed Duran
  Stunts
Dayton Duncan
  Thanks
Emily Kwong
  Art Department Coordinator
Pamela DesVigne
  Assistant Accountant
Jorge Luis Alvarezzo
  Assistant Location Manager
Tim Milligan
  Dolly Grip
Deborah Kliewer
  Hairstylist
Jenny Basen
  Line Producer
Graeme Puttock
  Line Producer
Marie Fink
  Stunts
Ken Burns
  Thanks
Kelly Wills
  Assistant Property Master
Erlingur Orn Karlsson
  Catering
Jan Gillan
  First Assistant Accountant
Laura Rindner
  First Assistant Editor
Justin Moran-Duquette
  Grip
Agata Maliauka
  Art Direction
Alicia Vela-Bailey
  Stunts
Paula Suhy
  Assistant Editor
John Lee
  Associate Editor
John Isaacs
  Key Hair Stylist
Greg Harris
  Stunts
Stefani Rockwell
  Assistant Accountant
William Fletcher
  Assistant Editor
Lori Russell
  Assistant Location Manager
Olafur Jуnasson
  Assistant Property Master
Dawna Hammond
  Construction Foreman
Gregory Irwin
  First Assistant "A" Camera
Craig Hosking
  Pilot
Debbie Schwab
  Supervising Producer
Jess King
  Stunts
Diz Sharpe
  Stunts
Linda Griffis
  Assistant Accountant
Peter Clemence
  Dolly Grip
Paul Postal
  Electrician
Steven D. Castaneda
  Electrician
Don Telles
  Grip
Nick Liampetchakul
  Grip
Wilson Weaver
  Grip
Alex Kuchera
  Grip
Jill Christensen
  Coordinating Producer
Kevin Abercrombie
  Stunts
Aaron Toney
  Stunts
Allissoon Lockhart
  Additional Production Assistant
Dillon Neaman
  Additional Second Assistant Director
Brian Mussetter
  Assistant Camera
Marjorie Rudick
  Assistant Production Coordinator
Laura Wong
  Costumer
Leticia Sandoval
  Costumer
Avar Johannsson
  Dolly Grip
Cammie Caira
  Driver
Helgi G. Thoroddsen
  Grip
David Paris
  Pilot
Atli Thor
  Key Grip
John Kuchera
  Key Grip
Mark Norby
  Stunts
Albert Nolasco
  Thanks
Justin Harrold
  Assistant Location Manager
Shannon Deats
  Best Boy Grip
C.J. Hannis
  Driver
Jerardo Gomez
  Electrician
Nilo Otero
  First Assistant Director
Brandon Flohr
  Grip
Erik F. Hill
  Grip
Harrison Goldstein
  Line Producer
Steve DeCastro
  Stunts
Mark Fichera
  Stunts
Vicki Platero
  Assistant Accountant
Maria K.M. Sundeen
  Costumer
Richard Maginnis
  Driver
Linda Benavente-Notaro
  Key Costumer
Kim Goddard-Rains
  Coordinating Producer
Michael Benton Adler
  Thanks
Gudmundur Kokkur
  Catering
Laura Bagano
  Craft Service
George Santo Pietro
  Dolly Grip
Bruce Toy
  Driver
Thorir G. Agustsson
  Electrician
Jonathan Clark
  Loader
Andrea Ficele
  Negative Cutter
Chris Raby
  Production Assistant
Ken Wills
  Property Master
Jose F. Barrios
  Rigging Grip
Duncan Crawford
  Sculptor
Stewart DePass
  Special Effects
David B. Clark
  Standby Painter
Grant McPhee
  Transportation Coordinator
Alex M. Cacciarelli
  Video Assist Operator
Czarina Russell
  Music Consultant
Jaume Creus
  Digital Compositor
Laide Agunbiade
  Digital Compositor
Jeffrey Jasper
  Digital Effects Supervisor
Andrea Chua
  Rotoscoping Artist
Jerrod Tan
  Rotoscoping Artist
Amelia Doescher
  Lighting Technician
Mo Henry
  Negative Cutter
Darren McCormick
  Special Effects Technician
Mark Stanton
  Special Effects Technician
Tyler Miller
  Transportation Captain
Sebastian Schütt
  Digital Compositor
Blake Winder
  Compositing Lead
Sullivan Richard
  Matte Painter
Sammy Wu
  Rotoscoping Artist
Carl Fairweather
  VFX Artist
David Schott
  VFX Artist
Zach Clossin
  Production Assistant
Gregory J. Pawlik Jr.
  Second Second Assistant Director
Edwin Amell
  Security Coordinator
Mary Hyde-Kerr
  Set Costumer
Kate Hennessy
  Set Production Assistant
Neil Garland
  Special Effects Technician
Steve Mair
  Musician
Sam Horgan
  Color Assistant
Camille Paleni
  Compositor
Chris Cooper
  Matchmove Supervisor
Brandon Seifert
  Senior Modeller
Oscar Gomez
  Key Rigging Grip
Ashley MacMillan
  Production Assistant
Arthur Clever
  Special Effects Technician
Jуn Andri Guрmundsson
  Special Effects Technician
Michelle Faye Fraser
  Still Photographer
Marsha Ivins
  Technical Advisor
Robert J. Morton
  Transportation Captain
Jacqueline Friedberg
  Score Engineer
Thomas J. O'Connell
  ADR Mixer
Raff Sarabia
  Lead Painter
Egill Antonsson
  Lighting Technician
Francis Padilla
  Lighting Technician
Garry Maddison
  Digital Color Timer
Frank Petit
  Digital Compositor
Gregory Jein
  Modeling
Nic Hodgkinson
  Digital Compositor
Thomas R. Steiner
  Digital Compositor
Matt Cameron
  Rotoscoping Artist
Alex Solano
  Production Assistant
Craig Abele
  Sculptor
Gianna Isabella
  Set Production Assistant
Daniel M. Stillman
  Unit Production Manager
Richard Harvey
  Conductor
Anna Noakes
  Musician
David Arch
  Musician
Scott R. Anderson
  Color Assistant
Colin P. Brown
  Colorist
Simon Pynn
  Matchmove Supervisor
Katie Linahon
  Production Coordinator
Joshua Whitford
  Lighting Technician
Árni Björn Helgason
  Line Producer
Brandon Stewart
  Production Assistant
Ingvar Stefánsson
  Lighting Technician
Stephen Kievit
  Production Assistant
Tom Callinicos
  On Set Dresser
Jeremy Gladen
  Post Production Assistant
Christian Feldhaus
  Production Accountant
Gary Paller
  Special Effects
Jeffrey Butterworth
  Special Effects
Metusalem Bjornsson
  Production Assistant
Scott Roark
  Special Effects Technician
Heidrun T. Haralsdottir
  Production Assistant
Dan Schroer
  Second Assistant "B" Camera
Brandon Lambdin
  Second Assistant Director
Christian Wenger
  Score Engineer
Don Dolan
  Special Effects
Benedict Cruft
  Musician
Tom Pigott-Smith
  Musician
Terry Hambleton
  Special Effects Technician
Carl Rydlund
  Orchestrator
Clyde R. Maliauka
  Transportation Coordinator
David Lowry
  Animation Supervisor
Alessandro Zanforlin
  Digital Compositor
Abhishek Chaturvedi
  Rotoscoping Artist
James Carlson
  Additional Music
Mary Mullan
  Rotoscoping Artist
Ann Marie Simpson
  Musician
Joe Wehmeyer
  Data Wrangler
Eliot Speed
  VFX Artist
Jim O'Hagan
  Digital Compositor
Luís Tinoco
  Digital Compositor
Tom Whittington
  Digital Compositor
Samual Dawes
  Digital Compositor
Nicolas Millot
  Rotoscoping Artist
Wayne Chan
  Rotoscoping Artist
Jack Crowells
  Set Dresser
Ronald Epstein
  Special Effects Technician
Birna Paulina Einarsdóttir
  Unit Production Manager
Gavin Greenaway
  Conductor
Nicholas Bucknall
  Musician
Michael Babcock
  Additional Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Ruiting Wang
  Rotoscoping Artist
Stefan Wilking
  Lighting Technician
Gene Strange
  Production Accountant
Bernie Hagadorn
  Rigging Grip
Don Domino
  Rigging Grip
Tulio Duenas
  Second Assistant "A" Camera
Amanda Paller
  Special Effects
Rodney Dolan
  Special Effects
Michael Rifkin
  Special Effects Technician
Alan Meyerson
  Scoring Mixer
Benjamin Charles
  Color Assistant
Julia Reinhard
  Compositing Supervisor
Kross Wong
  Rotoscoping Artist
Dustin Gardner
  Lighting Technician
Adam Mull
  Modeling
Bobbie Shay
  Post Production Assistant
Katrina Carrasco
  Post Production Assistant
Sonny Nguyen
  Prop Maker
Jana Maria Gudmundsdottir
  Set Production Assistant
Robert L. Slater
  Special Effects Technician
Mike Pickel
  Video Assist Operator
Stephanie McNally
  Score Engineer
Jon Chesson
  Compositor
Bret Lu
  Matte Painter
Michael Jeff Baldemoro
  Rotoscoping Artist
Chris Hawthorne
  Senior Modeller
Matt Almas
  Rigging Grip
Hrefna Hagalin
  Set Production Assistant
Francis J. Ayre Jr.
  Special Effects Technician
Jason Z. Kemp
  Third Assistant Director
Mary Scully
  Musician
Jonathan Bot
  Digital Compositor
Leah Sargent
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Tammy Fox
  Makeup Artist
Kentaro Yano
  Prosthetics
Adam Gelbart
  Modeling
Jeremy Turley
  Painter
Sarah Jane Trohimchuck
  Production Assistant
John R. Manocchia
  Rigging Gaffer
George Williams III
  Set Production Assistant
Spencer Taylor
  Set Production Assistant
Rachel Bolt
  Musician
Frank Ricotti
  Musician
Murray Forward
  Boom Operator
Aaron Noordally
  Rotoscoping Artist
Kew Lin
  Rotoscoping Artist
Mike Larrabee
  Lead Painter
Landin Walsh
  Lighting Technician
Jim Hall
  Negative Cutter
Sigridur Sigga Marrow
  Production Assistant
Helen Medrano
  Production Controller
Karla Torres
  Production Coordinator
Chris Duffy
  Rigging Grip
Kevin A. Canamar
  Set Medic
Scott Corban Sikma
  Set Production Assistant
Steinarr Logi Nesheim
  Transportation Captain
Mark Berrow
  Musician
Geoff Foster
  Scoring Mixer
Muhammad Hidayat Bin Isnin
  Rotoscoping Artist
Sim Chuan Xiong
  Rotoscoping Artist
Pearl Louie
  Makeup Artist
Todd Baillere
  Negative Cutter
Mark Laws
  Production Assistant
Hugh McCallum
  Rigging Grip
Lindsey Fredieu
  Set Production Assistant
Thorunn Gudlaugsdottir
  Set Production Assistant
Ryan Arndt
  Special Effects Technician
Chris Craker
  Music Score Producer
Leland Cox
  Score Engineer
Olivier Ryard
  Digital Compositor
Faraz Hameed
  Pre-Visualization Supervisor
Adam Broderick
  VFX Artist
Steven Kajorinne
  On Set Dresser
Ron Landry
  Production Assistant
Gary Hawes
  Second Assistant Director
Valgeir Gunnlaugsson
  Second Second Assistant Director
Mitchell Kelly
  Set Production Assistant
Olivia McCallum
  Set Production Assistant
Robin Reilly
  Special Effects Technician
Michael Primmer
  Boom Operator
Kalle Peterson
  Compositor
Thomas Banner
  Compositor
Sinisa Radosavljevic
  Digital Compositor
Riccardo Mascia
  Rotoscoping Artist
Vincent Varga
  Lighting Technician
Kentaro Yano
  Makeup Artist
Chauntel Swann
  Painter
Finnur Karlsson
  Production Assistant
Richard S. Wilson
  Second Assistant Accountant
Todd Bilawchuk
  Special Effects
Matthew J. Downey
  Special Effects Assistant
Megan Shank
  Third Assistant Director
Boguslav Kostecki
  Musician
Claudio Bassi
  Digital Compositor
Travis Porter
  Digital Compositor
Gretel Ng
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Sze Jia Eng
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Robin Aristorenas
  VFX Artist
Jim Thibo
  Visual Effects Camera
Timothy Trimmings
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Allison Gardner
  Visual Effects Production Manager
Tosin Akinwoye
  Visual Effects Technical Director
David Moraton
  Visual Effects Technical Director
Mariluz Noto
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Monifa Andrew
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Joe DeWalt Brown
  Visual Effects
Maximillian McNair MacEwan
  Visual Effects Coordinator
David Sanger
  Visual Effects Producer
Ian Hunter
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Kevin Elam
  Visual Effects Producer
Paul J. Franklin
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Jon Capleton
  VFX Artist
Simon J. Williams
  Visual Effects Editor
Tien Nguyen
  Visual Effects Production Assistant
Pete Polyakov
  VFX Artist
Mark H. Weingartner
  VFX Director of Photography
Kenzo Tee
  VFX Artist
Joseph A. Zaki
  Visual Effects
Will Lucas
  Visual Effects
Lee Tibbetts
  Visual Effects Technical Director
Kimberly Nelson LoCascio
  Executive Visual Effects Producer
Katie Stetson
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Linda Barsotti
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Tyler Ott
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Tim Angulo
  VFX Director of Photography
Daniel Maund
  Visual Effects Technical Director
Kirsty Davies
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Junaid Syed
  Visual Effects Technical Director
Thomas J. Burton
  Visual Effects Technical Director
Monica Østbø Østgård
  Visual Effects Coordinator
Anne Putnam Kolbe
  Executive Visual Effects Producer
Mark Weingarten
  Sound Mixer
Christopher Nolan
  Director
Adam Cole
  Post Production Coordinator
Adriene Wyse
  Camera Loader

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- Renowned physician Kip Thorne acted as an advisor on the film and producer.

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Beyond a film, a true journey
By DJ on February 20, 2018
 10

SUMMARY
I give the movie 10 out of 10.


Reno

Well, one off from two of this year's most expected movies alongside 'The Battle of Five Armies'. Like all the Chris Nolan fans, I was equally excited to see the movie 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 space travel stories does with an adventure-thriller. Almost a 3 hour long stretch movie did not waste much time to take us to the core of the story. Get prepared for this extremely rare voyage into the space with a logical explanation for everything you see on the screen. Well done research for the most matured and intelligent writing. All the credit must go to Nolan brothers. A good sign from Jonathan Nolan, who can make big in the entertainment industry in a future like his brother.

As we know many had liked 'Inception', to me that was a simple multi-layered action movie, that's all. But the same stuffs that used in this film makes sense. In fact, you have to have a little knowledge over how the universe works, so then it will be easy to catch the scene and situations while watching the movie. Totally like a documentary style concept, but with the additional stuffs like characters and its emotions add flavor that gives a movie look. An educational movie, though it also can work for those who wants just entertainment. Only the slow movie pace would test their patience.

It all begins like Shyamalan's 'Signs' movie 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 movie setting that brings constant change for every half an hour. Like the opening scene and the end scene 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 space and time. This movie would a reasonable for those who thought '2001: A Space Odyssey' is a boring piece, Cleverly written cinematic piece especially for science geeks. I don't know how perfect the movie to the actual present 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 movie was well made. It puts me in a unblinkable position like a story was narrated by Brian Cox in a television 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 strong enough to make a man cry for happy 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 many surprise elements in the movie and of course there is a twist at the end. We can call it a series of twists like the layers. Compared to last quarter of the movie to the rest, it completely detaches which opens broadly to the different directions. And that happens so fast rushing towards the other end. Which give an impression of the movie 'Inception'. In a perfect way 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 show as he dominates the majority of the screen space 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 little broader, but was perfectly fitted for the story. Especially Matt Damon's was the crucial one.

Remember the movie 'Contact', a lovely movie, which was ruined by its fictional ending. Something like that happened in this film as well. The story was initiated with a realistic approach with actual scientific contents as per the present understanding about the universe. But the end was let me down with the layered contents that kind of impossible to agree with it. As a cinematic theme it worked, yeah, a good solution for this wonderfully written story. We know that the time can't run backwards, so that's the trouble.

Anyway, this movie defines in a new 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 money 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 Space Odyssey' for sometime till another one make this way.

I could have not asked a better space travel drama than this, especially when I heard Nolan doing a science-fiction I believed he gonna rock it. He was so true to the science and the human feelings in this film. If you had seen enough movies before like this one, you can recall your memories like the Tom Hanks parts from 'Cloud Atlas'. But still independently stands strong and falls in a never seen before category.

‘‘Maybe we've spent too long
trying to figure all this out with theory.’’

The end scene leaves a hint of a possible sequel. I would be happy if that happen in a near future, but definitely that would be a completely different cinema as per how this one ended. I know his fans want 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 different experience, sadly Nolan was not in favor of that technology. Hoping this movie would get as many 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 friends talk about it. What I gonna say is it is a must see asap if you are a movie fanatic like me otherwise Nolan movies does not need anyone's recommendation because his movies usually sell itself like the hot samosa.


decovision

People seem to think that if you enjoy a Christopher Nolan movie, you are a fanboy and the film couldn't really be that good. That is not true. He has never made a bad movie, Insomnia is probably his worst and it is still an excellent 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 make a better movie than The Dark Knight, it is without a doubt a masterpiece of cinema in my opinion. It can be enjoyed on so many levels.
I remember seeing Interstellar in the movie 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 many times but it only took a second viewing to realize what a great ending it is and here is why. How many people discuss the end, was the wormhole open or closed for him to make it to Brand, what happens next, is there a sequel. I discuss this with people who hate the movie and the debate will still last a good 30 minutes if not more without getting heated. It is a wonderful story told through the eyes of a genius film maker who deserves more than he receives, an oscar would be nice start.
I read hat his next movie is to be released in July 2017, I can't wait to find 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.


Andres Gomez

Another grandiloquent movie from Christoper Nolan.

The cast is good, and McConaughey performs a role made for himself. The photography is very nice but the movie commits all the same mistakes than previous Nolan's movies. I think mistakes but it may be that they are the points Nolan fans enjoy the most ...

* The story makes you believe it is a realy deeply thought plot but, in the end, it has so basic mistakes and stupidities that make it nonsensical.
* There is a general ambience of every moment being epic; deep, solemn and smart dialogues but, at some point our highly trained engineer and pilot behaves really stupidly.
* To keep 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 movie is OK but you can only think this is a great movie if you are a real Nolan fan.


Asadullah Khan

"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 get it out of my head. I can safely say that it has been a long LONG time since a movie had this much effect on me after watching it. And the only thing I can think of now is to somehow Re-Watch it again.

This movie was surprisingly different from Christopher Nolan's recent works because they had been great 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 movie is that Earth is no longer capable of supporting humans on it, we must find a new home to avoid extinction. This scenario is told from a very personal perspective and not from a Global scale like some sort of apocalyptic catastrophe disaster film. At the core of the movie is the Father-Daughter relationship. The movie takes its sweet time to develop it too.

Mathew McConaughey, not surprisingly, gives an amazing performance as the main lead. He really carries the film, some scenes were very emotional due to his great performance. The rest of the cast does a great job as well, especially the Daughter played by Meckenzie Foy. The One character that I never expected to be great 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 biggest impact on me. With relativity being a big part in the film, the whole sequence about it just struck me very deeply and I found new 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 many 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 movie are breathtaking. Great cinematography and CGI. The depiction of wormholes and blackholes and other space entities were the best I have ever seen. They just suck you into the movie. Along with that, you get to listen to one of Hans Zimmer's best scores. The score not only felt personal, going perfectly with the movie, but also different from his recent works. There were times where combination of epic photography and soundtrack made the scenes timeless, like I was completely sucked into it and didn't had a clue about my surroundings. I didn't want those scenes to end.

Alas, the movie was not perfect. My biggest gripe with it is that the pacing and editing was off at times. Some scenes dragged on while others were cut far shorter. The beautiful views of space could have definitely benefited from a few seconds longer onscreen time. Also, I wished there was more space exploration in it.

With all the remakes, rehashes, reboots and sequels we are getting in these times, it is great to see original gems like these. This movie is definitely one of this year's best, one of Nolan's best work and one of the best movie I have seen in recent years.

9.5/10


shaunfrombklyn

This was my most anticipated film 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 film dealing with complicated fields such as astrophysics and time dilation. Many didn't find its overall message - that love is the most powerful force in the universe which transcends space and time - to be very appealing, but I thought it was an interesting take on special relativity and how two people can be bound by a common feeling, even when they're in different parts of the universe at different 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 famous 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 movies and music go hand in hand; that a moving image complimented by the right piece of music can create 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 biggest fan, I will continue to follow his work if he can pull off more movies like this.

My only regret was not seeing this film in IMAX.

10/10


Per Gunnar Jonsson

That this movie, at the time of writing this, holds an 8.8 rating at IMDb is simply beyond my understanding. Needless to say I did not really like this movie. The story is not very good, the science is ludicrous and the visuals not all that impressive. Maybe the latter would be better in a big theater (I watched this on my home cinema system which has a relatively large screen by European standards) but I am not really sure about that either.

Be warned that the rest of this review might contain a spoiler or two.

The movie starts of with the usual “I told you so” wet dream of the green fanatics on a dying Earth so it is off to a depressing start right away. That is an overused concept today as far as I am concerned. Then they pour it on with a school official claiming that he Apollo missions and moon landings never happened. What the f…? If they wanted to depress the audience right from the start they succeeded, at least with this audience.

The story proceeds with our heroes finding these gravity waves in the sand and by a huge stretch of imagination decrypts them to mean coordinates which leads them to the secret NASA base. Once there Cooper is told that he is their best choice of pilot for a “save the human race” mission through a wormhole. Yeah, right! This guy was former NASA. His whereabouts could hardly been unknown to them. If he was their best choice why would they entrust a mission to save the human race to someone else until he stumbled onto their door? Typical Hollywood nonsense!

The movie is full of this kind of rubbish. Romilly wastes 23 years of his life doing pretty much nothing except deciding not to go into the sleep capsule. The supposedly highly trained and vetted professor that they do find turns out to be a psychopath as well as and idiot almost blowing up the ship when trying to proceed with a docking that all the systems tells him have not succeeded. Then they proceed to dock with the main ship and stop its spin as well as bring it out of orbit around a planet with the shuttles engines. That is one hell of a powerful shuttle not to mention the strength of the docking mechanism! This just goes on. When someone is not doing something illogical or stupid (or both) they sit around talking, philosophizing and dragging the movie forward at snails pace. 169 minutes is way too much for this movie.

The movie ends up in one big time travel mess (okay they do not travel in time, just sends messages through time but still…) during a bunch of psychedelic scenes while traveling through the back hole. Science? Not so much. And what about this totally ludicrous massively illogical and inefficient robot design?

The one good thing I can say about this movie is that the performance of most of the actors, especially Matthew McConaughey, are quite good. For the rest, not my cup of tea.


akashmahajan

Again hit produced by christopher nolan after batman.
Storyline is great and also the science theory is perfectly showcased.


sybddlatfu

This might contain spoilers!
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Interstellar is my favorite movie. I'm really into space and everything about it, so this movie was my cup of tea.
The soundtrack is the best of the movie. It points out flow of time, which is the most discussed issue in the movie. Special effects are breathtaking. Even with some small mistakes, it is pretty accurate and expectable. There is some visually pleasing cinematography too, including Saturn, the curvature of spacetime or majestic black hole, which is really satisfying. Some scenes are loud and thrilling, but some moments are so quiet, that you actually think, you are in space!
The movie is long but gripping. The plot, although it's complicated, is told easily and understandably. But the end of the movie is difficult to understand, since it contains time loop and time travel at the same time, but if you listen carefully, you will get it. I watched the movie 7 times and I still enjoy it!


Matthew Brady

"Do not go gentle into that good night; Old age should burn and rave at close of day. Rage, rage against the dying of the light".

The story is about a team of explorers undertakes the most important mission in human history; traveling beyond this galaxy to discover whether mankind has a future among the stars.

Christopher Nolan once said that 2001: A Space Odyssey was his all time favorite film and how he wanted to do a small tribute to he's next film. And then comes a movie called "Interstellar" that will put a smile on Kubrick face if he was alive today, because Interstellar is one of the best movie of 2014 and the best movie experience I've had at the cinema.

I saw this movie in IMAX and all through out this film I felt like I was in space floating around with Mconaughey and Anne Hathaway. I had that feeling that I was going deep into space just like are main character's, going deep into space just like the viewing auditions and me.

The visual effect's in this movie are some of the most stunning, beautiful and Jaw dropping effect's I've seen since 2001: A Space Odyssey. The performances were brilliant, The cinematography was breathtaking and hard to look away. The directing by Christopher Nolan and let me get this out there, this man is a true director; he knows cinema and knows how to interested people into seeing he's films and I'm still shocked that he hasn't won an Oscar yet.

Now most people or critics have said that last third of this movie ruined the movie for them, but I actually like the ending to the movie. It's new for Nolan because he always ends on a deep and cold note, but this movie didn't and I didn't mind it.

My only nick pick with the movie is some of the character's in this movie wasn't all that interesting. Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway and Jessica Chastain are the only character's that to me were interesting and I cared for them, but the rest of the character's I didn't really care for.

Overall Interstellar is a mind-blowing movie with fantastic visual's, interesting story line and the movie will keep you interested till the end.


Peter McGinn

I will not add another in depth review to the several I see here on this movie. Nor will I try to evaluate the accuracy of the science behind the plot. Apparently a physicist was involved who had veto power if the script wandered out of the realm of what is at least theoretically true or possible.

But I have never let inaccuracies get in the way of enjoying science fiction movies anyway, as long as the movie is entertaining and otherwise doesn’t insult my intelligence. In the movie Monsters, for example, I read that giant the aliens looking like octopuses could not have walked upright. Fair enough, but it is entertainment, not a documentary.

So the human story of Interstellar held my attention in spite of the length of the film, and despite the elaborate special effects, that story drove the movie and my appreciation of it. I have always liked good time travel movies as well, and theories of space and time come into play in Interstellar as well.

Oh, and I say it is entertainment rather than a documentary, but it is not light entertainment. If you want to give this movie a fair chance, give it your full attention. It is not Mars Attacks, where you can watch it while distracted by life and still pick up on plot details.


kheirnandez

I've got to say I have been wanting to watch this film for a while now and well it's 2021 and it's a Saturday morning and damn, safe to say this is one of the best films I have ever watched in my life. loved everything about It. The creativity and intelligence put into this film is just mind-blowing considering the fact it is a 2014 film. This clearly shows that mankind will one day achieve the most unexpected and unthought discoveries.
Love and respect to the director Christopher Nolan you are a legend.


lowkimhoe

It opens my mind after I watched this movie. I have watched it twice to figure out everything on the movie. Basically, this is the movie talking about earth is not a good place to stay anymore. People have to go to space to find another homeland. It reminds me that we will be like them if we didn't care much on environment


CinemaSerf

As humanity faces an existential crisis, farmer "Cooper" (Matthew McConaughey) and his family are fighting a losing battle against an environment determined to destroy what is left of their corn crop. Mystery arrives after a sand storm leaves some magnetic clues to a secret location inhabited by NASA scientists led by "Brand" (Sir Michael Caine) who manage to convince former pilot "Coop" to join a mission to go into space and, using a recently detected wormhole that he believes may have been deliberately sent to help mankind rescue itself, set off to find another home for us all. Leaving a seriously narked daughter behind, he accepts the mission and together with the daughter of "Brand" (Anne Hathaway) their perilous trek begins. This is a more solid sci-fi adventure from Christopher Nolan. Though it features doses of his usual time bending scenarios, for the most part it is an exciting action film with mishaps a-plenty as their mission sees danger at just about every junction. There is a decent chemistry between Hathaway and McConaughey allowing the characters to develop with some depth that helps to draw us into to their efforts. The visual effects are superb, it has TARS - a rather clunkily designed robot that proves a whizz when running and rescuing, and the ending has something of the Escher drawing to it. The narrative can be thought provoking offering quite an interesting series of choices, especially when Matt Damon ("Mann") joins the story and begins to challenge their approach to just what "humanity" might actually be! A host of celebrated co-stars prop it up well. John Lithgow is effective as the patriarch of the family and Casey Affleck and Wes Bentley help diffuse the intensity of the principal relationship as the space-bound menace gradually accumulates. It's all but three hours long, and there is no denying that it hits a barren spell at times during the middle hour, but for my money this is a Nolan film that does not over-complicate itself and is as good a science fiction thriller as I've seen in many a year.


tropicalicecedar

This mind-bending sci-fi masterpiece took me on an unforgettable journey through space and time. From its breathtaking visuals to the captivating performances, the film had me hooked from start to finish. I couldn't help but be inspired by its thought-provoking themes about love, sacrifice, and the boundless nature of human exploration. "Interstellar" truly left me in awe and is an absolute must-watch for any movie enthusiast.


r96sk

What a cracker!

So glad to finally tick 'Interstellar' off my theoretical list, took me far too long to get around to it but boy am I glad I finally have done - sensational film! The most obvious sign of that being the case is how the ~2hr30min run time goes by in an absolute flash... *insert joke about it like being aboard Endurance here*

I'm obviously not able to add anything new to what many, many others have already said gushingly about this 2014 flick, so I can only say I'm sure I agree with the vast majority of whatever praise this has received. As one would expect from Christopher Nolan & Co., it's incredibly well made, sounds amazing and looks out-of-this-world (ha!) stunning.

Matthew McConaughey puts in an incredible performance as lead, most notably nailing all of the emotion-filled scenes - not that I care about these things personally, but I'm shocked to see the lack of high accolades that came his way from this... he merited more! Aside from him, there are very good showings from the likes of Jessica Chastain, Mackenzie Foy and Anne Hathaway.

I will note one 'but', mind. I didn't love the bits at the end involving the dimensional tesseract, don't get me wrong at all it's still superb viewing... just a noticeable drop from all that preceeds it, which honestly simply says more about how outstanding everything else prior is really. I thought similarly about (the equally magnificent) 'Everything Everywhere All at Once', for example. In short: just a nit-pick, tbh.

All in all, phenomenal!



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