It is a crass indictment of humanity that it is possible for something this bad to be made by a person. That it is hailed as a masterpiece by so many is perhaps the strongest evidence against democracy by the people
I agree with this but at the same time I kind of wish I didn't. Everyone watches movies but 1/100 has anything close to taste. It's painful.
>crass indictment of humanity
>i know big words
What was so bad about it OP? I thought it was an emotionally compelling movie that made me feel something. Its not perfect, but its a p good way to spend a couple hours.
If the allegedly underlying political conclusion you may draw from a rounded and in-your-face fantasy film prevents you from enjoying it, then is perhaps the strongest evidence against your intelligence.
I thought the whole thing was boring as shit after they left Earth, and there seemed to be no real thematic direction behind what was happening. Nolan seemed to get that movies like 2001 and Contact were big because of how they handled the non-space stuff but doesn't seem to have understood further than that, so he made a boring generic space adventure and threw in a couple of retarded speeches about love and humanity and thought he had absolut kinography when in reality he had an ersatz Mission to Mars.
>Get some rest, Cooper. You look tired.
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