Jessica Chastain deserves Best Supporting Actress consideration for her work. One of the most beautiful films I have ever seen.
In theaters: Friday, 7 November 2014
Genre: Adventure, Mystery, Science Fiction
Director: Christopher Nolan
Cast: Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain
Sam Wozniaksaid on Thursday, January 22, 2015 7:44:44 PMPossibly the best movie of all time! Excellent review. Nice work, Richard!
Amysaid on Thursday, December 18, 2014 8:06:56 PMLet me get this straight, people that are too dumb to follow the film are saying that it's bad? That is hilarious. If you think it's a flop, then that probably means you just need to learn a little about theoretical physics. Interstellar is the best film I've ever seen .
Jevonwillson said on Sunday, December 14, 2014 8:49:38 PMI don't usually post my thoughts online about a movie, but this is by far the best movie I've seen in a very long time. Very cerebral and touching. People that shoot it down are not smart enough to appreciate this work of art
Jay huntsaid on Friday, November 28, 2014 9:35:38 AMWell Mr. Roeper, you really got it wrong this time. Interstellar is a 2001 knockoff with better FX's. Great acting, weak story and so many plot holes, I can't see why you did not notice. Not only does it have the worst soundtrack I've ever heard, it's boring and mumbling throughout. I call it a Noah's arc of ideas which sank in 3 hours. Interstellar was long anticipated and disappointingly second rate. Out of 5, I give it a 3. Watch it again Mr. Roeper. You obviously fell asleep in the first half hour.
Davidsaid on Friday, November 28, 2014 9:11:41 AMI don't understand how this movie is different from Transformers with very accurate mechanical engineering designs. It's a very cliched love solves all movie with a jumpy story that doesn't come together well with its underdeveloped characters. I mean does anybody really believe the thoroughly incompetent Anne Hathaway is one of humanity's 4 chosen astronauts to save the planet? Would super advanced humans really have to construct a tesseract dissecting time and space and rely on finger wiggling when they could have sent a simple fax to NASA headquarters? How could they possibly not notice the planet was covered in water before they landed? Dozens of other questions popped through my mind during the film, although they were not silly questions like "does love really transcend time" that some others seemed to have. Despite the magnificent visuals and my love of the sci-fi genre, I can only give this film a 7/10.
Nadia Sattarsaid on Sunday, November 23, 2014 12:20:58 PMINTERSTELLAR - it was a promised "nirvana for movie lovers" & after having experienced it, the involuntary AAAHHHH of visual satisfaction was inescapable! The senses explode with the powerful imagery that cannot be OVERSTATED, even as the mind glosses over the story that's pieced together!
Yes! No question...only in Hollywood!
Stevesaid on Saturday, November 15, 2014 9:41:56 PMI I usually agree with your reviews to a fair degree, but not on this one. I am not a big fan of either lead, so that doesn't help. The visuals are very good, but the directing was less than inspired. It is obvious this was meant to be the next great brainy space movie since 2001, but it hardly delivers. The music crescendo into loud organ chords, repeatedly cranked up to ridiculous levels, often making dialogue unintelligible. I could go on, but suffice to say this is more of a B overall. Some high points along with some low points.
Ben Sonasaid on Friday, November 14, 2014 4:05:38 PMI can't believe you gave this bloated, poorly executed excuse for a movie an A+. I would only recommend this movie to those looking for eye candy and a brainless premise. What a disaster!
Zach Gsaid on Wednesday, November 12, 2014 1:46:32 PMYou didn't even mention the incredible soundtrack!
Lisasaid on Monday, November 10, 2014 6:40:01 AMI didn't like the film at all, it was hard to follow and half the time they mumbled and you couldn't understand a thing they were saying.