I just finally got back from seeing Christopher Nolan’s sci-fi space movie Interstellar and my response is WOW! In a way my experience with this movie was kind of unique when compared with other bloggers and reviews you might see. 1,240 more words
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Thinking I’d been a bit harsh with Mackenzie Foy a few posts ago by implying she lived in a mansion (she probably does, but you can’t just assume it), I’m making amends by posting a shot of her in a rather non-descript interior, by the great Dani Brubaker. 33 more words
Story: Wir schreiben das Jahr nahe Zukunft (irgendwo am Ende des 21. Jhd.). Das Klima hat sich drastisch verändert. Nicht enden wollende Dürren und damit einhergehende Hungersnöte plagen die Lebewesen. 1,038 more words
This plodding, muddled and bombastic sci-fi flick doesn’t fly – despite having talented Matthew McConaughey at the controls.
Even the star’s rocket-fuelled charisma can’t stop the space-travel, dimension-hopping, time-twisting tale from drifting aimlessly. 377 more words
Summary: As a break from the FM website’s usual fare of geopolitical realism, today film critic Locke Peterseim reviews “Interstellar”, an example of what passes for a science fiction film in our time. 2,773 more words