Was this a failure in Nolan's career? This movie seems almost forgotten. I have to say it has some great moments like the docking scene, but the rest is just forgettable.
>Everything is explained
It was a good movie considering todays standards but had more potential than it delivered.
Matthew Mconahehuehueu doesn't fit the movie at all. He can't even speak.
If anything I thought it was must more memorable than inception. I think its initial run in theaters was a failure but I've heard a lot of people start to talk about it once it was released on home video.
I'm not just saying this because I loved the film but honestly I myself only watched it because I start to hear a few other people say it was better than what critics let on to be.
Stop talking shit. No sci-fi movies except Star Trek included as much 'science' as Interstellar. I don't claim it was the best movie ever, but it was neither dumb nor easy on the most mainstream audience.
It was a good movie, better than Inception and Memento imo
It could've been a lot better if the writer wasn't shit. Look at other films where people would complain that "nothing happens." No Country for Old Men or H8ful 8 for example. The difference is that these films were well written with good dialogue. There were things I liked about interstellar, but Nolan just missed the mark. If he wasn't so busy trying to be 2deep4u, it might've been decent.
>Astronauts gets magic message to go to Nasa because earth is dying
>Goes to Nasa and gets sent to a mission to save humanity by flying through a wormhole to a different planetary system that has black whole as central body
>They have to check out three planets that have been checked by other astronauts before
>First planet is a fluke because signal just crashed minutes ago but because of the time warping properties of the black hole they thought it was working for years
>they lost years worth of fuel because they were too retarded to think of the time warping beforehand and were too stupid to plan ahead which planets to visit first
>they go to second planet but it's also a fluke because guy on the planet was a pussy sending fake signals just trying to get someone to save him, so he tries to kill everybody
>they somehow escape the maniac and try to reach third planet
>Guy sacrifices himself by shooting himself into black hole so space ship can go to third planet
>Guy survives going into black hole and acquires wizard powers
>turns out PLOT TWIST he sent the magic message at the beginning of the movie. Also uses wizard powers to tell daughter how to build space colony
>somehow they get him out of black hole and he watches his daughter die of old age
>also woman made it to third planet
>This movie seems almost forgotten
Normies aren't interested in Quantum Mechanics, although alot of the concepts in Interstellar were flawed and the Jews running Hollywood don't want you interested in Quantum Mechanics either.
Christopher Nolan is such a strange filmmaker. The impression I always had was that he very much idolized the great filmmakers of the past, like Kubrick, but lacked the patience or actual talent for it. Every Nolan film is a psudointellectual exploration of basic principles wrapped in faux-grandeur. There's nothing particularly clever, or even surprising, in these films. Nolan simply creates accessible films for "smart people" that fall apart under scrutiny. In essence, Nolan is making hollow movies, and that's why every one is completely forgettable.
THE MARTIAN HAD A RETARDED MEME CHARACTER EXPLAIN A ROUTINE GRAVITY ASSIST WITH A STAPLER TO THE DIRECTOR OF NASA
INTERSTELLAR HAS A VERY REASONABLE MEME RAPPER EXPLAIN THE THEORETICAL OPERATION OF WORMHOLES WITH A FOLDED SHEET OF PAPER TO A PILOT
BASED NOLAN WINS AGAIN
What does that have to do with the price of tea in china?
Nolan's movies seem like they would be greatly improved with a really good editor and better scripts.
He seems way to close to his movies.
Eh, it's not exactly forgettable but it wasn't as monumental like his other films.
didn't have enough memes for it be like DKR
not intense enough to be like inception
nor as mind provoking like maybe Insomnia or Memento or Prestige
A good film but... lacking a bit
Sounds a bit like sunshine, and in fact a few other outer space movies made years before. The reviews of this movie mainly praised the visuals, people were so distracted by that they didnt care whether the story was good or not.
This is L I T E R A L L Y what people who likes Interstellar looks like.
INTERSTELLAR WAS LOW ON MEMES TBQH
JUST FAT OGRE SHIT AND ITGOESITGOESITGOESITGOES
>No, it's necessary
It was fucking garbage, mostly due to a cringeworthy script which made supposedly smart characters make air headed and nonsensical decisions with a final act that was genuinely pretentious.
It was visually bland, people will argue this is because 'muh science' but it really isn't. Look at the dull unimaginative dream world of inception and we see an exact same lack of creativity here.
It's a complete vanity project that contains about 15 minutes worth of watchable material and a complete misstep. Seriously who thought that it was a good idea to give one of the most emotionally sterile directors working today a project which completely hinged on believable relatable and non-saccharine portrayals of love?
Still seen it 3 times though, the score is decent.
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>Interstellar had an *extremely* complex plot but it was also rich with themes that structure a prediction for our future
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>TARS, zoom in on murph's feet
>zoom setting is at 105%, coop
>let's up that to 200%, tars
too slow (first act mostly) and convulted for normies to go crazy about it, but still pretty enough to make a lot of money.
the "Love, TARS. Love." line made autistic /v/edditors hate it despite the fact that every science fiction flick has a large amount of fantasy disguised as "science".
Why do mentally ill virgin retards who say they've seen a "garbage movie" 3 times think their opinions are relevant?
The movie went over the heads of the average person, let alone the heads of the people here.
>lack of creativity
5TH DIMENSIONAL TESSERACT INSIDE A BLACK HOLE ISN'T CREATIVE
PROPER BAIT REQUIRES SOME THOUGHT
INTERSTELLAR WAS AN ABSOLUTELY GLORIOUS FILM EXPERIENCE
NOLAN SINGLEHANDEDLY SAVED KODAK FROM BANKRUPTCY TO PRODUCE THE 70MM FILM STOCK FOR INTERSTELLAR
IT WAS THE LONGEST 70MM IMAX FILM EVER MADE AND POSSIBLY THE LAST ONE EVER MADE
WHOEVER DIDN'T SEE INTERSTELLAR ON FILM IN A TRUE IMAX MISSED OUT BIGTIME
that's sentimentality disguised as science, though. it's not really the same thing. I mean it's ultimately as manipulative as Joss Whedon humor or Transformers action, just for emotion instead of humor/excitement.
love didnt transcend time and space. pretty autistic to get stuck on this one
the extradimensional beings/humans needed coop to find the right location in spacetime to contact murph
i suppose they couldnt do it themselves because they were already transcended or whatever
>I don't like your criticism... It must've gone over your head!
Counter me you child and maybe we can have a discussion
Yes like Inception the concept of what could happen does not in anyway match the dull reality of what was presented on screen. Nolan is not adept at working with the large scale ideas of these two movies and TDKR. He's made some amazing films but he's been completely out of his depth for the last 3 and they've all ended up messy tripe because of it.
You've been on this board too long so you don't realize what a red flag it is for someone to call a movie garbage... and then say they've seen it 3 times. Go watch Fast & Furious you moron.
I think Matthew McConaughey was great in this film, really good
My main gripe with the film was the whole 5th dimension shit. I hate films that string you along like "yeah this is all scientifically accurate and will have a pleasing conclusion", only to hit you with a bunch of STEAMING BULLSHIT in the last few minutes
It reminds me of Lost. "No guys, there's a logical and scientific explanation to all of this, we swear. Oh wait actually we don't know what to do now and can't be fucked to write a good story so it's, uh, magic! Yeah!
It's typical for Nolan films to be forgotten after a few months. They are flash in the pan fads remembered only by his most diehard fanboys or when people reminisce about "good movies" and then go "oh yeah, Memento exists I wonder why I forgot about it".
It's just /tv/ that won't let TDKR rest.
Are you retarded or something? The film deals with theoretical physics right from the start. Extra dimensions aren't "magic," they're hypothesized to actually exist by some of the most educated, intelligent people on the planet.
THE TESSERACT WITH ITS VIBRATING TIME STRINGS WAS A FANTASTICALLY CREATIVE SET PIECE, PLUS IT WAS DONE WITH PRACTICAL EFFECTS
PETER HACKSON OR WHEDON WOULD HAVE DONE THE WHOLE THING IN CGI
THE DREAM WORLD IN INCEPTION WAS INTENTIONALLY REAL BECAUSE THEY WERE USING DREAMS TO TRICK THE MARK INTO THINKING HE'S AWAKE
YET WE STILL SEE FREIGHT TRAINS RIP THROUGH THE MIDDLE OF THE STREET, CITY BLOCKS FOLD OVER EACH OTHER AND STAIRCASES FALL AWAY
YOUR BASIC COMPLAINT IS YOU WANT MORE WHEDON OUT OF NOLAN, MORE FLASHY GAUDY RIDICULOUS SHIT
TLDR: TOP PLEB
WHO ELSE MAKES WIDE RELEASE MOVIES AT THIS LEVEL
WANNA ADD JJ ABRAMS TO THE LIST?
NOLAN IS LITERALLY THE BEST THING TO HAPPEN TO BLOCKBUSTERS
yeah, if anything MY main gripe with the film are the 2 women in this movie who bitch on and on about SHIT or to get what they want just because they have a vagoo. for fucks sake, privileged, irrational thinking, fucking pussies.
Saw it in 70mm IMAX at the Seattle science center and it was one of the best theater experiences of my life. Saw it again on a regular screen and it just wasn't the same. If you didn't see the 70mm then you missed out.