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In Theaters: August 21, 2020

PG-13 | Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Drama, Sci-Fi | 2h 49m

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User rating: February 6, 2015

Trippy, amazingly directed, and original.

User rating: February 4, 2015

An unbelievable cornucopia of cinematic intensity, emotion, and fantasy. Rolls into one what Raiders of the Lost Ark did to 80s audiences, as well as embracing the best of Disney's escapism, and the mind-blowing imagination of Kubrick's 2001. Simply the best. Period. Everything fits, from the advanced astrophysics (yes you do have to think in Nolan movies, but the explanations are there and clearly simplified), to the timing of Cooper's and Murph's emotional dilemmas from beginning to end, to the majesty and grandeur of space travel and time dilation. And yet at the end, Nolan grounds us securely with an ending so satisfying that young and old alike, rocket scientist and layman alike, al

User rating: January 31, 2015

Terrific effort to present a leading theoretical physics conception.

User rating: January 26, 2015

What a mind twister. Not Christopher Nolan's best movie but still better than any sci fi movies I've seen in the last 5 years. Anyone who can make McConaughey cry deserves an Oscar anyway.

User rating: January 25, 2015

This movie was totally awesome- everyone must watch! It was sad, exciting, thrilling, amazing, a total mix of awesomeness. I love the ending. It's about a guy that leaves for a space mission and has to leave his family. Totally recommend, everything may seem confusing but at the end it all ties together, like a puzzle. Please watch!!!!!

User rating: January 23, 2015

What director Chris Nolan excels in is his ability to completely immerse his viewers in the world of his films, and his latest venture, Interstellar, is no exception to this. Nolan ambitiously transports viewers to the bleak future, and takes us along with Matthew McConaughey on an incredible journey through time and space. A true cinematic experience with incredible visuals, a phenomenal soundtrack, and great acting.

User rating: January 18, 2015

Garbage! The main character gets to pilot a state of the art spaceship without any prior training!! All of NASA (think of the size of the infrastructures) secretly relocated in the middle of nowhere?? Let's get real!! Not to mention the time paradox: this continuous loop where our hero (somehow already in the future) coaxes himself in the past to embark in this adventure. The event horizon of the black hole should (current astrophysics knowledge)stretch him to have the diameter of a hair: that is DEATH!!! So, humanity screwed up one planet; forget about fixing it; let's go find another one to screw up!!

User rating: January 18, 2015

This movie was so good. Watched it twice and going to watch it again soon. Everything about the movie was excellent. The cast, cinematography, the story etc... Great concept. Loved it!

User rating: January 15, 2015

One of the worst movies I have ever seen, story ridiculous, speech very mumbled (not worth hearing anyway) loud,loud, loud effects. Stayed til the end hoping story would get better (no). This was entertainment torture-waste of money-!!!

User rating: January 15, 2015

Congrats to Chris Nolan, Anne Hathaway, and the rest of the INTERSTELLAR crew for their leading 12 Best Oscar nominations! Well done!