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Christopher Nolan's 'Interstellar'


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I really cant imagine how he filmed some of the stuff seen in the trailer with practical effects. I think this is my most anticipated movie of this year.

And heres a good article that explains how the warp travel portrayed in the movie is actually more than feasible in the near future

http://sploid.gizmodo.com/interstellar-may-be-the-first-movie-that-shows-a-real-1577548722/+kcampbelldollaghan

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I saw it Tuesday and loved it. It's long, and if you aren't a space/science fan it won't do it for you the same way, but the amount of tension and anxiety it builds from essentially nothing is incredible and very powerful.

 

In many ways, it's like 2001: A Space Odyssey, but with an emotional element.

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I haven't seen it...But...Ouch.

 

Interstellar Science: What the movie gets wrong and really wrong about black holes, relativity, plot, and dialogue.

http://www.slate.com/articles/health_and_science/space_20/2014/11/interstellar_science_review_the_movie_s_black_holes_wormholes_relativity.html?wpsrc=fol_fb

 

While I think he's right about the scientific plot holes, I completely disagree with the dialogue criticisms. In general though I can see this movie getting a lot of mixed reviews from all over the spectrum. It's length alone opens it up to criticism.

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?My films are always held to a weirdly high standard for those issues that isn?t applied to everybody else?s films?which I?m fine with,? the director told The Daily Beast about online complaints about the science behind his new movie. [bGCOLOR=Yellow]?[The science is] all buttoned-up, and Kip [Thorne, astrophysicist and Interstellar?s science advisor] has a book on the science of the film about what?s real, and what?s speculation ? because much of it is, of course, speculation.?[/bGCOLOR]

 

Separating the fact from the fiction ? sorry, the ?speculation? ? may require more than one viewing of the movie, Nolan suggested. [bGCOLOR=Yellow]?There have been a bunch of knee-jerk tweets by people who?ve only seen the film once, but to really take on the science of the film, you?re going to need to sit down with the film for a bit and probably also read Kip?s book,?[/bGCOLOR] he said. ?I know where we cheated in the way you have to cheat in movies, and I?ve made Kip aware of those things.?

 

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/christopher-nolan-responds-complaints-interstellar-747807

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