Interstallar (review)

Interstallar (review)
Interstallar (review)
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Our planet is becoming a giant dustbowl, so Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway and 2 others set out to find an inhabitable planet in another galaxy. This promises some mind-stretching concepts, framed by confusing scientific discussions. You can also expect some cool visuals, although the camera often focuses more on faces than spectacular effects. As for the human aspect, it’s all about his emotional connection with his daughter back on Earth. The power of love has its part to play and McConaughey cries a lot! Hans Zimmer’s overpowering music sometimes gets in the way and some of the story clichés dilute the potential majesty of the voyage. Don’t get me wrong, there’s lots to recommend in Christopher Nolan’s splendid film and the 169 minute length never bores, it was just less amazing than I expected.


4 out of 5 stars (4 / 5)


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