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“INTERSTELLAR”- Christopher Nolan Enters a New Frontier

If Interstellar is filmmaker Christopher Nolan’s (Memento, Inception, The Prestige) most ambitious film, it’s not because of its cost or its intergalactic scope, but rather because “love” is the most speculative and unscientific concept that he’s ever tried to explore. 1,347 more words


Nolan's Vision Exceeds his Grasp with "Interstellar"

It’s the near future, and if the movies have taught us anything, it’s that this means our world is in peril. Plant species are dying off, the environment is in revolt and there’s no hope in sight. 244 more words

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Film Review - Interstellar

Let’s not rabble on about how Christopher Nolan knows how to make an intelligent blockbuster; it was established a number of years ago that he treats his audience like the intelligent people that we are, and this is what we expect of him now. 1,066 more words

Beth Galey

Review: 'Interstellar'

                Christopher Nolan is a director who seems to most people, me included, unable to make a bad movie.  From Memento to the Dark Knight Rises… 687 more words



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Movie Review: Interstellar

Christopher Nolan’s films have shaped up to be movie events. With every movie comes this sense of anticipation few other directors can match. After the somewhat dismal (at least to some) final entry into the Dark Knight trilogy, this newest film promises to be Nolan’s most ambitious to date. 938 more words

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