Interstellar Review

……………………………………………………………………………………. <—- That’s you and I both waiting for something to happen, which is exactly what I did a lot of in this movie.

SO many rantings and ravings and Oscar buzz, and I was so very disappointed and dissatisfied. The plot was so holed, the time it took for things to heat up, they could have used towards knitting everything better together. Yes, it was beautifully filmed, those scenes actually made me believe they were on another planet sometimes so props to the effects team in that movie. Yes, the ending was interesting, and it made you think about that fickle friend we call fate. And it brought to life all those assumptions we have about space. But, the story had so many gaps and everything that was happening was too much of a coincidence. It made it seem totally unbelievable that a story could fall into place so easily.

To summarize without giving much away, a man lives with his two kids and their father. They live in our world which has deteriorated to the point where it can no longer sustain life and mankind must think about relocating to another planet. The man finds the location of the secret base where they are going to carry out this project and is recruited to help pioneer the voyage as he is the best flyer and mankind depends on him which forces him to forsake his children in the hope of finding another planet where they can survive on.

Summary: I guess it’s worth the watch to see all the scenery. It’s long so make sure you’ve got the time.

Rating: 6.5/10

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