Review: Interstellar (2014)

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Some time has passed since Interstellar came to the scene.It was well received by critics and audience alike.Many movies suffer from bad Metascores; Interstellar is not one of them.
Interstellar is set in the far future.A scarcely populated US is in focus.Nearly all of the human population has been lost to some non-disclosed event.The remaining people shift all their focus to agriculture in the hope of having plenty in the case of some calamity but sadly things don’t go as planned.Interstellar-2014-Movie-Poster
In the wake of a gloomy future ahead, some astronauts are sent into space to explore the possibility of colonizing some other planet in another galaxy. What follows is a fast-paced mind bending and time dilating adventure set in outer space.
I won’t go into the details of the journey for I don’t want to spoil the fun for you but rest assured you are not going to get bored during the 169 minutes long movie.
I loved the way the movie depicted all the time dilation.What I read I saw for ‘real’ in Interstellar.Except for the ending, most of the movie is pretty consistent with science (Read more below).
Rating: 3.5/5
Hard choices are made and sacrifices sought in the epic Interstellar that leaves one with more questions than answers.The plotholes do sour the experience a little but if you don’t think a lot about the plot it will work for you quite well.

Read more:

Science behind Interstellar-Yahoo

The Ending-CinemaBlend




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