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1 comments and 2.95 rating average Another space themed review batch Interstellar 2014 epic science fiction film directed Christopher Nolan starring Matthew McConaughey Anne Hathaway Jessica Chastain Michael Caine film features crew astronauts who travel through wormhole search home humanity Brothers Jonathan Nolan wrote screenplay origins script developed 2007 produced wife Emma Thomas production company Syncopy Lynda Obst Productions Caltech theoretical physicist Kip Thorne whose work inspired executive acted scientific consultant 2067 crop blight Earth made farming increasingly difficult threatens humanitys survival Cooper widowed former NASA pilot runs farm daughter Murphy believes bedroom haunted poltergeist pattern created dust floor communicate using gravity binary code geographic coordinates secret NASA facility Weird effects glorious stuff beginning weird black hole wormhole physics diminish space science fiction films great performer important because center camera focus recommend watching hate pathetic interpretation spooky action on distance give this solid four little list ours

Interstellar is a 2014 epic science fiction film directed by Christopher Nolan and starring Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, and Michael Caine. The film features a crew of astronauts who travel through a wormhole in search of a new home for humanity. Brothers Christopher and Jonathan Nolan wrote the screenplay, which has its origins in a script Jonathan developed in 2007. Christopher Nolan produced the film with his wife Emma Thomas through their production company Syncopy and with Lynda Obst through Lynda Obst Productions. Caltech theoretical physicist Kip Thorne, whose work inspired the film, was an executive producer and acted as scientific consultant.

In 2067, crop blight on Earth has made farming increasingly difficult and threatens humanitys survival. Cooper, a widowed former NASA pilot, runs a farm with his father-in-law, son, and daughter Murphy, who believes her bedroom is haunted by a poltergeist. When a pattern is created out of dust on the floor, Cooper realizes there is no ghost, only someone trying to communicate using gravity. He interprets the pattern as a message formed into binary code, which when translated provides a set of geographic coordinates, which Cooper and Murphy follow to a secret NASA facility...

Weird effects in end and glorious stuff in beginning is what i remember the most from watching this film. Also weird black hole and wormhole physics do not diminish from your need to watch this if you like space or science fiction films. Matthew is mostly great performer, so he is here which is important because he is in center of camera focus most of the time. I do recommend watching this even if you will hate pathetic interpretation of spooky action on distance. I give this solid four in this little list of ours.


  • comment icon author: "Interstellar features three spacecraft: the Ranger, the Endurance, and the Lander. The Rangers function is similar to the Space Shuttles, being able to enter and exit planetary atmospheres. The Endurance, the crews mother ship, has a circular structure formed by 12 capsules: four with planetary colonization equipment, four with engines, and four with the permanent functions of cockpit, medical labs and habitation. Production designer Nathan Crowley said the Endurance was based on the International Space Station: Its a real mish-mash of different kinds of technology. You need analogue stuff as well as digital stuff, you need back-up systems and tangible switches. Its really like a submarine in space. Every inch of space is used, everything has a purpose. Lastly, the Lander transports the capsules with colonization equipment to planetary surfaces. Crowley compared it to a heavy Russian helicopter. The film also features two robots, CASE and TARS. Nolan wanted to avoid making the robots anthropomorphic and chose a five-foot quadrilateral design. The director said: It has a very complicated design philosophy. Its based on mathematics. Youve got four main blocks and they can be joined in three ways. So you have three combinations you follow. But then within that, it subdivides into a further three joints. And all the places we see lines—those can subdivide further. So you can unfold a finger, essentially, but its all proportional. Actor Bill Irwin voiced and physically controlled both robots, but his image was digitally removed from the film and his voicing for CASE was replaced with actor Josh Stewarts voice. The human space habitats resemble ONeill cylinders, a theoretical space colony model proposed by physicist Gerard K. ONeill in 1976... watch this, fun film."

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