Can we agree that this is one of the best cinema experiences of all time?
>that launch scene
>that wormhole scene
>those aren't mountains...
>the special effects
>those heroic sacrifices
Ending kind of ruins it, but it was seriously a spectacle to watch.
I agree that it was the best experience I had in a movie theater, but you picked bad examples
>Docking scene explosion
>"because my dad promised me"
>all of the soundtrack
>23 years of messages scene
Not even a pleb by this board's standards, but goddamn if this wasn't one of the best movies I've ever seen, at least in the theater. There are a few plotholes, some of the pacing could have been improved, but it was such an experience seeing it in theaters that I'll never forget it.
>mfw seeing this on opening night with no spoilers in an IMAX theater
Honestly it's much more memorable than the "best" movies as determined by the Oscars and critics like Birdman or King's Speech and shit or even the Martian and Gravity which it's more compared to.
It already has a cultural cornerstone like The Dark Knight and Inception were.
This was me senpai. Fucking IMAX made it ten times better, it was definitely the most memorable movie experience I've had. If they ever release it in theaters again I'm going to trip acid next time.
My two friends and I made a pact that if Interstellar gets released in IMAX again, no matter where as long as it's in the US, we are gonna go and watch it high on 600 mg of DXM.
It would truly be an experience.
I agree, all the winners of the Oscar for "Best Picture" of this decade are extremely bland and forgettable. At least Interstellar tried to be something else, even if it had many problems in my opinion, it was a decent experience.
Seriously, nobody remembers Gravity or Argo, and it was less than 4 years ago.
>tfw you never watched it in IMAX
>tfw 6 months later the cinema you watched it in now has an IMAX screen
I didn't mind the ending, but when he is in that spectrum of colours library, I wish he hit the end of the universe and that's what it looked like.
not a future human made place, but the actual end of the universe, end of time, everything. And it's just a spectrum of the colours we know.
What if the crop blight was with them all along on the Interstellar ship? Wouldn't that make all their efforts useless?
They can't beat it on Earth with all the labs, how are they going to beat it on the new colony?
I have a better question - why didn't they just build huge domes, since they obviously can build spaceships.
I don't really understand what happened to efficiency of their agriculture that they need all to be farmers either. Like, crop failure, OK, by just having more redundant crops would only triple or so requirement for farming force.
They have incubators, they said this much. By the time incubators exhaust their resource, they should have enough women for in virto fertilization.
What would they eat? Well, I imagine they'd also have some ecosystem samples run on the same principle, but this was never clarified.
I said it once before, but that acting is just superb.
When most actors close their eyes tight during an emotional moment, they're clearly trying to make themselves cry.
Mcconnaughey does such a good job that it doesn't look like he's trying to make himself cry- it looks like he's legitimately holding back tears, like a father would in this scene.
>interstellar praise on /tv/
Glad to see the board isn't filled with redditors yet.
> they'd also have some ecosystem samples run on the same principle
Then why this Matt Damon froze himself? Why didn't he create this ecosystem and shiet?
Why they couldn't just go to Mars? It is million times closer and comfier than places they have been to.
From my point of view there's too many cringe stuff in the first half for me to take the film seriously. That old guy throwing an one liner about how he prefers hotdogs over popcorn was shaking my head tier. Nolan lost his mind trying to recreate the atmosphere of an early spielberg film but he stepped up his writing game in the second half, when he focused on the spectacle and character dynamics.
The film is gorgeously shot though, its surprising to me that this aspect didn't have a lot of recognition.
Because Matt Damon didn't have giant ship, he had smaller ship.
What's wrong with Mars? Hell if I know. I don't really understand why would they even consider planet so cold as Damon's to be a viable option. Solar energy input is probably biggest concern that is the hardest to adjust when you choose a planet to colonize.
>comfier than Edmund's Planet
No atmosphere nigger
I loved the ending, hating on it is a reddit opinion. I actually really want to rewatch Interstellar now.
I love space and shit, which is why I really enjoyed this movie.
it's hilarious when you get those meme scientists saying HURR THIS IS WRONG..
HOW THE FUCK DO THEY KNOW!?!?!?
that's what is fascinating, what if there are wormholes out there you can travel through into another galaxy or some shit.
They had relatively small ship too. No way they had more food on it than the hero of this Martian movie.
they even thought that the planet around the black hole is a viable option. Theyd be dead from radiation from accretion disk in seconds. And the time shit is also a good icing on the cake.
>hey, can I use your truck when you're gone?
>you mean your truck?
>No atmosphere nigger
Don't tven use the word atmosphere when you talking about this shit. Frozen clouds suka frozen clouds that don't fall and stay up. What is this bullshit?
And round planet without the CORE? If this planet had a mass to become round and sustain atmosphere it has to have molten core of some sort and crust and shit. It cannot be hollow if its not artificial.
I loved it until the first love monlogue.
Before that it was visually stunning and paced just how I like it, not too slow, not too fast.
It was a movie about life and death, men vs the universe and its chaotic and indifferent nature, and heroism and sacrifice.
After that it's just a fast paced hollywwod action movie, with the villain, the deception, the fistfight, the explosions, the aliens, the spaceship chase, the plot twist.
Literally every goddamm murrica clichè in one hour.
I was so disappointed in the theatre. The first half had left me in awe so the fall was pretty hard.
It was also the first take: B A S E D M A T T H E W
> From my point of view there's too many cringe stuff in the first half for me to take the film seriously. That old guy throwing an one liner about how he prefers hotdogs over popcorn was shaking my head tier
yeah the writing was somewhat quite cringey even at the beginning desu, but the overall quality made me forget that
Do not go gentle into that good night,
Old age should burn and rave at close of day;
Rage, rage against the dying of the light.
the fight with Damon was good. His helmet is broken, he's going to die like that having convulsions... demn
>first love monologue
Which one is this ? Is it when they are in the main ship and they have to decide wether they go on Edmund's planet or Damon's planet?
If it's this one, it was good stuff. Because later we finally realize they should have followed her love and go on Edmunds planet instead. Pretty big plot twist, and smart.
>tfw people actually think love actually was some real power in the movie and not simply something that drives the characters to do what they do, inspire them to keep going and make them more than cold, pure logic scientists.
It's a Nolan movie, how can so many people actually believe love was a real fucking power?
I always heard the criticism, but didn't even notice it when I watched the movie. Hathaway brought it up, but she was dismissed. The bigger idea was that gravity transcends everything. Then the end with the bookcase, Coop mentions love, but ultimately I feel like murph would have looked at the watch anyways, so you can just ignore the cheesy explanation
>this is how short range resupply boats should look like.
These. For the flaws Interstellar did have, I never had a problem with the love part of it.
I even didn't mind the bookcase twist end, though it does take away from what the rest of the movie seemed to set up.
It got silly when first Brandt ranted about love and how it calls her to that guy and then lead guy actually fell into a blackhole and fatherly love led him.
Alone each would be OK, together they became silly.
not for me, for MANKIND. The bigger ambition - the bigger the ship. You can't go and establish a new colony on a boat where only 4 people can fit.
And you can't go on this boat without magical plot devices a.k.a warm holes left behind by mysterious aliens
I always post the same reply:
> hadn't left cave for months
> confirmed McConnfag and Nolanfanboy
> bro persuades me to go
> pays for IMAX for both of us
> barely make it on there due to muh social anxieties
> ORGANS: BRRRRRRR " DI DO DI DO "
> thanks bro