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Chris Nolan's Interstellar (OUT NOW and it's a classic!)

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Re: Chris Nolan's Interstellar (Anticipation/Discussion thre

Postby CrashBand » Nov 11th, '14, 08:03

McConaughy's acting is great, he outdoes the script.

@Hesky, it's pretty similar to Inception. Cool for a popcorn movie, but the writing is contrived a lot of the time. I think there could be complaints about it being esoteric, but conversely, at parts its dumbed down because Nolan lacks faith in his audience and falls back on his major problem of blatant exposition and conventional (also badly executed) storytelling.

The visuals are fantastic though.
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Re: Chris Nolan's Interstellar (Anticipation/Discussion thre

Postby Eedee » Nov 11th, '14, 09:49

CrashBand wrote:McConaughy's acting is great, he outdoes the script.

@Hesky, it's pretty similar to Inception. Cool for a popcorn movie, but the writing is contrived a lot of the time. I think there could be complaints about it being esoteric, but conversely, at parts its dumbed down because Nolan lacks faith in his audience and falls back on his major problem of blatant exposition and conventional (also badly executed) storytelling.

The visuals are fantastic though.


That black hole was something else. :confusion:
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Re: Chris Nolan's Interstellar (OUT NOW and it's a classic!)

Postby Raul » Nov 11th, '14, 13:11

The scene where his daughter is talking to him by video message :'(

the "I'm now with the age you had when you left" scene... Image

The black hole/5th dimension shots... cot damn, Nolan a real one
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Re: Chris Nolan's Interstellar (Anticipation/Discussion thre

Postby SliK » Nov 11th, '14, 14:03

Eedee wrote:
CrashBand wrote:McConaughy's acting is great, he outdoes the script.

@Hesky, it's pretty similar to Inception. Cool for a popcorn movie, but the writing is contrived a lot of the time. I think there could be complaints about it being esoteric, but conversely, at parts its dumbed down because Nolan lacks faith in his audience and falls back on his major problem of blatant exposition and conventional (also badly executed) storytelling.

The visuals are fantastic though.


That black hole was something else. :confusion:

800 terabytes of rendering and yes it looks spectacular (also extremely accurate).

I liked the movie. Agree with the guy who says 8.5/10 but not MotY.
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Re: Chris Nolan's Interstellar (OUT NOW and it's a classic!)

Postby Trimss » Nov 11th, '14, 14:17

The friends I went with hated it, I loved it. Seemed a bit far fetched at times, maybe there were a few things I didn't really understand, but as a whole I liked the movie a lot.

It was stunning. The visuals were unmatched, and that black hole man.. It felt like you were in the spaceship with them. Amazing visuals really.
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