Interstellar

Interstellar

Interstellar

Space travelling sci-fi from Christopher Nolan (The Dark Knight,Inception), starring Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway who head to a distant galaxy to find humanity a new home.

With humans' time on earth coming to an end, a group of explorers make use of a newly discovered wormhole (which hypothetically connects massively separated regions of spacetime) to surpass limitations on human space travel and conquer the vast distances of interstellar voyage.

Best Visual Effects at the 2015 Academy Awards and BAFTA Awards
2014Rating: M, Offensive language169 minsUSA, UK
Science FictionBlockbuster

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Interstellar / Reviews

Flicks, Steve Newall

Flicks, Steve Newall

Never has a nearly-three-hour blockbuster enthralled me in the way that Interstellar did. After the grim seriousness and plodding pacing of his Dark Knight films, where Christopher Nolan did his damnedest to provide a real world for an utterly ridiculous character to play in, it’s a relief to see him freed from such constraints.

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Variety

Variety

Reaffirms Nolan as the premier big-canvas storyteller of his generation, more than earning its place alongside The Wizard of Oz, 2001, Close Encounters of the Third Kind in the canon of Hollywood's visionary sci-fi head trips.

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Total Film

Total Film

Nolan reaches for the stars in spectacular fashion, delivering a mesmerising sci-fi epic.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

Full of visual dazzle, thematic ambition, geek bait and corn (including the literal kind), is a sweeping, futuristic adventure driven by grief, dread and regret.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

Not every film need address the possibility of human extinction with the gung-ho silliness of Armageddon, but at least that was a space adventure. This is a science report.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Never less than engrossing, and sometimes more than that.

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FilmInk

FilmInk

Falters at minor points... [but] it transcends its genre conventions and achieves a pure cinematic profundity and sense of overwhelming awe.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

Brainy, barmy and beautiful to behold, this is Stephen Hawking's Star Trek: a mind-bending opera of space and time with a soul wrapped up in all the science.

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