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Film Review: Interstellar

With the Earth’s food supplies running out, farmer and former astronaut Cooper (Matthew McConaughey) travels across the universe in search of an alternative home for Earth’s inhabitants. 579 more words

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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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2015 Film Independent Spirit Award Nominations!!

The nominees and my thoughts on the category and pick to win are below. All of these are quality movies. Seek them out if you can. 730 more words

Alejandro González Iñárritu

Photo of the day - New poster for J.C. Chandor's A Most Violent Year

Today A24 has unveiled another poster for its late-breaking awards contender A Most Violent Year, keeping up the vintage aesthetic. Jeff Wells commented on the 70s-ified look and feel after the first AFI screening, saying that: 84 more words


I can't stop thinking about: Interstellar

So far, I’ve seen experienced Interstellar twice. I’ve been having Nolan cravings all week so I’ve prescribed another viewing this weekend.

But for now, I’ll leave you with some words of wisdom that I just can’t stop thinking about: 90 more words


Interstellar - a brief review

I recently saw Nolan’s latest film, Interstellar, a massively hyped sci-fi picture that had a lot to live up to. Now, lately Nolan’s been on a successful streak, arguably throughout his whole career, so of course when rumours started going around about his next big film, people were expecting something massive. 473 more words

Christopher Nolan

Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac Talk 'A Most Violent Year,' Bad Auditions at SAG Screening

On Monday, Nov. 17, the filmmaker and stars of “A Most Violent Year” spoke to a SAG audience following a screening of the film. Moderated by Variety’s Jenelle Riley, the conversation was filmed by SAG Foundation, the non-profit arm of SAG and marked the first time actors Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac spoke together at length about the film. 193 more words