Interstellar Movie Review [4/5] | P3 Enter10ments


Adventure, Drama, Sci-Fi

Christopher Nolan’s "Interstellar," about astronauts traveling a story of passion and sacrifice.

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Release Date:
Nov 6, 2014, 6:30:00 PM

Interstellar Movie Review:

Another big blockbuster and amazing movie by Christopher Nolan. Movie is a big-budget science fiction and a story of love and sacrifice. It is worth watching on a big screen with a good sound system.

A team of explorers travel through a wormhole in space in an attempt to ensure humanity's survival. Earth's future has been riddled by disasters, droughts and famines. There is only one way to ensure mankind's survival: Interstellar travel. A newly found wormhole in our solar system allows to go where no man has gone before; therefore, a team of astronauts travel to a planet that may have the right environment for human survival. It is hard to talk about the movie without disclosing the surprises.

Cooper lives with his father-in-law and two young kids and loves his daughter, Murph deeply. Cooper, who is a former pilot gets chance to head a mission into space and he grabs it. The secret project was to save the Earth directed by the ageing Professor Brand and so he joins company of Brand’s daughter and two scientists. Their aim is to search planets which can sustain life by passing through the wormhole of Saturn. Their return was also flexible.

According to science chances was less but interstellar inspires trust and make the talk of wormholes as mood music. While going through the movie, one can not only have a glance of enormously exciting space adventure, but this is loaded with thoughtful meditation on space and gravity. It's not only a film about the passage of time, but it's also a film about memory, passion, love and sacrifice. The story is very beautiful, bold and adventurous and also depicts a strong bond between a father and daughter.

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