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Info: Murphy's law suggests that "whatever can go wrong, will go wrong." This movie plays with the idea of space exploration, time, and gravity, as Earth and the human race is on the verge of extinction. N.A.S.A.'s last hope looks to Coop, Brand, Romilly, and TARS under the direction of Professor Brand to search for answers in the deepest corners of space while dealing with Murphy's Law. Coop leaves behind his family in search of new horizons as Writer, Producer, and Director Christopher Nolan explores the eternal bonds of love between a father and his daughter
directors: Christopher Nolan
writed by: Christopher Nolan
Interstellar was a science fiction movie for the space exploration enthusiasts. Anne Hathaway was a strong and smart female character. A stunningly attractive and successful female scientist in the growingly coed profession is still hard to find from the industrial sector. The quality of science behind the film’s mechanisms for deep space travel and travel through a black hole appeared inadequate. There was physics illustrated in the movie through conceptually revolutionary scenes in a wormhole yet the spaceships looked contemporary. Modern NASA and private space exploration companies put the same kind of technology into space today. The movie illustrated this real disparity between the depths of science and the capacity of technology.
As I begin this review of Christopher Nolan’s latest movie, I want to point out the gorgeous visuals that we as an audience were able to behold with Interstellar. I truly believe this to be the movie’s best quality and a true feat for the people in charge of visual effects. Having said this, I believe that many viewers were divisive over the plot’s complexities. In fact, this is the most emotion driven movie I’ve seen from Nolan, something that he isn’t ultimately known for. Nolan’s strenght as a director lies in his ability to present us with a vision. He is meticulous and works the technical aspect of a film like no other director today. Once again, this is proved in every frame shot for Interstellar. So leaving behind my long praise, I now redirect this review to the story.
The earth is dying, as the effects of our abuse of the natural resources is taking out the crops of food we need to survive. Upon this dark scenario, former NASA engineer Cooper (McConaughey) is asked to pilot a spaceship with the purpose of crossing a wormhole that will lead to another galaxy. This, of course, in hopes of reaching three possible habitable planets explored by scientists sent there in previous missions. Given the unpredictable nature of an unknown environment such as a different galaxy, Cooper will have to decide whether he is willing to sacrifice everything for the sake of humanity or if the urge to reunite with his daughter again is stronger. Personally I liked the story Nolan told us with this film, as it left you thinking about it after the movie was over, something Nolan does very well with his projects. Compared with his previous work, there are still movies that I love more than this. Still Interstellar is a brilliant film in it’s own right and yet another great addition to this great director’s Filmograhpy.
In the end all I can say is, if you’re a Sci-Fi fan, you surely must not miss this one. It will offer an unique visual experience and leave you wondering what the hell you just watched, even if you didn’t feel completely satisfied.