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Interstellar
Sat Nov 08, 2014 10:25 am
  • Anyone else go see this? I saw it last night and walked out of the theater with mixed thoughts. Being a "nolanite", I always have high expectations for Nolan's films. The best word to describe the film was EPIC. Nolan was clearly swinging for the fences on this one. I enjoyed it, didn't love it. A bit pretentious IMO. What was everyone else's opinion about the movie?
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Re: Interstellar
Sat Nov 08, 2014 11:32 am
  • Was on the fence between this and Nightcrawler and wound up choosing the latter. Excellent choice on my part.
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Re: Interstellar
Sat Nov 08, 2014 11:40 am
  • Epic is an accurate description. I felt spent after seeing it and it was difficult at times to wrap my head around. But it had me thinking afterwords and even this morning. I don't think I'll fully understand the scope until I see it at least one more time.
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Re: Interstellar
Sat Nov 08, 2014 11:50 am
  • One part Gravity, two parts Tree of Life. Heavy on the existentialism. Good, but not what I expected.
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Re: Interstellar
Sat Nov 08, 2014 12:47 pm
  • marko358 wrote:Was on the fence between this and Nightcrawler and wound up choosing the latter. Excellent choice on my part.

    I've seen both and I thought Nightcrawler was a bit better
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Re: Interstellar
Sat Nov 08, 2014 2:08 pm
  • Went and saw it last night.

    I think that Nolan could have made the movie in two parts and about 4 hours long. Problem with that though is no one would have paid to watch the second part because there wasn't enough excitement to warrant people spending money to see a second part.

    So it felt like he skimped on the story because he had to. It was Epic and it was enjoyable but it felt like too much was left out of character development.
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Re: Interstellar
Sat Nov 08, 2014 2:58 pm
  • I liked Nightcrawler a lot. About to see Interstellar now.
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Re: Interstellar
Sat Nov 08, 2014 8:56 pm
  • Wow. Interstellar was the best film I've seen in years. Very impressed. Matthew McConaughey did a great job, and the score was fantastic.
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Re: Interstellar
Sat Nov 08, 2014 8:57 pm
  • RolandDeschain wrote:Wow. Interstellar was the best film I've seen in years. Very impressed. Matthew McConaughey did a great job, and the score was fantastic.


    Better than Avatar? :twisted:
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Re: Interstellar
Sat Nov 08, 2014 9:19 pm
  • OkieHawk wrote:Better than Avatar? :twisted:

    It's awesome how history can just be rewritten at will to support a preferred assertion. ;)

    The answer to your rhetorical jesting question is "yes", though.
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Re: Interstellar
Sat Nov 08, 2014 9:25 pm
  • I'm going early this next week so no spoilers guys.

    To me, no movie has been able to top the Peter Jackson version of King Kong, especially the Kong-Island action sequences. That movie was awesome on so many levels. Especially the way he filmed it using extended facial expression scenes that hold on longer than normal, a lot of character attitude swings, and the CGI has not been topped either, even by any of the Hobbit series stuff, IMHO. By saying this, that means Avatar, 2012, Prometheus, et.al. have been unimpressive to me as well.

    I'm remaining optimistic, but Sean is saying what I want to hear "hard to catch it all in one watch", which is good news for me. I'll take "hard to figure out" over "went by so quick I didn't catch it" any day.
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Re: Interstellar
Sat Nov 08, 2014 9:31 pm
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Re: Interstellar
Sat Nov 08, 2014 9:31 pm
  • Jw_theegreat wrote:
    marko358 wrote:Was on the fence between this and Nightcrawler and wound up choosing the latter. Excellent choice on my part.

    I've seen both and I thought Nightcrawler was a bit better


    I figured nightcrawler as just paparazzi from a car, and boring. Wrong?

    Worth seeing, huh?
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Re: Interstellar
Sat Nov 08, 2014 9:34 pm
  • I enjoyed Nightcrawler quite a bit. It's definitely not what you have in mind, Houston. It's also definitely not better than Interstellar, however.
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Re: Interstellar
Sat Nov 08, 2014 9:41 pm
  • RolandDeschain wrote:Annnnnnnd we have confirmation that HoustonHawk has a crack problem.


    Explain, like I was a child.

    Yes, yes, the CGI of the last 8 or so years is too cartoony. They used a better (and more basic) interlacing methodology before 2006 so your brain can smear the green screen human stuff and cgi stuff together better. They've gotten lazy and the software that automatically does things is cheaper and faster but the quality is just not analog enough to be real looking in the mix.

    Avatar looks like a cartoon movie. Not real looking AT ALL.

    I urge y'all to re-watch a Blu-ray version of King Kong on a 1080p set and get back to me. You will see what I mean.
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Re: Interstellar
Sat Nov 08, 2014 10:12 pm
  • RolandDeschain wrote:I enjoyed Nightcrawler quite a bit. It's definitely not what you have in mind, Houston. It's also definitely not better than Interstellar, however.

    I think Nightcrawler is better because it has a much richer story and I felt Insterstellar left a lot on the table in terms of it's character development and the ideas that it was presenting. Nonetheless it was a great movie and the cinematography was amazing.
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Re: Interstellar
Sat Nov 08, 2014 10:12 pm
  • RolandDeschain wrote:Wow. Interstellar was the best film I've seen in years. Very impressed. Matthew McConaughey did a great job, and the score was fantastic.


    Really, The best movie you have seen in years? Too much left out for me but I don't think Nolan could have directed this film any differently. I would have loved to see more depth but I don't think it was possible because of the running time of this movie. I still think it would have been an epic failure to have a two piece movie though.
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Re: Interstellar
Sat Nov 08, 2014 10:21 pm
  • storm74 wrote:Really, The best movie you have seen in years? Too much left out for me but I don't think Nolan could have directed this film any differently. I would have loved to see more depth but I don't think it was possible because of the running time of this movie. I still think it would have been an epic failure to have a two piece movie though.

    Yes, the best I've seen in years. Just my opinion. He did leave more out than anybody would expect, but it worked.
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Re: Interstellar
Sun Nov 09, 2014 8:15 am
  • RolandDeschain wrote:
    storm74 wrote:Really, The best movie you have seen in years? Too much left out for me but I don't think Nolan could have directed this film any differently. I would have loved to see more depth but I don't think it was possible because of the running time of this movie. I still think it would have been an epic failure to have a two piece movie though.

    Yes, the best I've seen in years. Just my opinion. He did leave more out than anybody would expect, but it worked.

    You don't think the ending jumped the shark a bit? As did some of the beginning?
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Re: Interstellar
Sun Nov 09, 2014 9:47 am
  • Stunning. Just saw it last night. Absolutely. Stunning.

    I gained a lot of respect for Hathaway, she played a strong female character throughout. McConaughey played a believable Cooper. The science was accurate enough to make for a great movie and tip a hat to the possibilities.

    There were so many things to cover, I can hardly imagine what was left on the cutting room floor. I appreciate that the movie didn't rely on special-effects like Gravity did. I appreciate that it was much based around the different people's realities during an interstellar mission. Loneliness, hopelessness - the worst evolutionary traits of our species.
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Re: Interstellar
Sun Nov 09, 2014 10:47 am
  • SacHawk2.0 wrote:
    RolandDeschain wrote:
    storm74 wrote:Really, The best movie you have seen in years? Too much left out for me but I don't think Nolan could have directed this film any differently. I would have loved to see more depth but I don't think it was possible because of the running time of this movie. I still think it would have been an epic failure to have a two piece movie though.

    Yes, the best I've seen in years. Just my opinion. He did leave more out than anybody would expect, but it worked.

    You don't think the ending jumped the shark a bit? As did some of the beginning?


    What part of the ending "jumped the shark"?
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Re: Interstellar
Mon Nov 10, 2014 10:46 am
  • With Roland and Sonic both recommending this movie, I don't think I have a choice but to go see it.
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Re: Interstellar
Mon Nov 10, 2014 12:22 pm
  • The hard science was refreshing but undoubtedly lost on most of the movie-going public, even though the film had to be nearly 3 hours to spoon-feed them the details. Nolan's yet to produce a bad or even average movie. If you liked Contact, you'll like this. Beautiful imagery and VFX, and perhaps some of Zimmer's best work ever. Soild acting, but I can't stand Hathaway. A couple of surprise faces here and there.

    Saw it at the Boeing IMAX; bass was a bit heavy at times on the border of reverb. Also screw people who have one person get in line early and then their whole clan jumps in with them like half an hour later. A-holes. Save a seat inside, I don't care. But eff you for cutting in front of me.
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Re: Interstellar
Tue Nov 18, 2014 3:11 pm
  • This was definitely a movie that makes you think about it for days afterward. I had very mixed feelings after I saw it, to the point where I was speechless. I just could not verbalize what I felt about it. I liked it a lot, though, and was entertained the whole way through. I liked the first 3/4ths better than the last quarter. I think the ending got a bit weird and I wish it was just a little more straightforward, but it didn't ruin the movie for me.
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Re: Interstellar
Sun Nov 30, 2014 1:50 pm
  • Finally getting the chance to see this on my birthday. I'm a Nolan fan so I know I'll like it.
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Re: Interstellar
Sun Nov 30, 2014 3:33 pm
  • Just saw it today.

    I'm a seeker of truth so I was still left wanting, especially at the end. I have to keep reminding myself the answers to the universe aren't going to come from movies, but come on, Hollywood, give me data!

    But is was very good.
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Re: Interstellar
Mon Dec 01, 2014 6:34 am
  • Cosign. Reminds me of a lot of other Nolan movies.

    They allow you to think about what you saw, and debate the many scenarios.
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Re: Interstellar
Mon Dec 01, 2014 11:53 am
  • First, a bit of a disclaimer. I haven't been to a movie theater in years. Mostly due to my financial situation, which hasn't been good at all. So, I've been missing most of the 'big screen' effects for a while. I went to see this on the mini-IMAX at Alderwood mall, and loved it, for the most part.

    I found the ending to be a bit off-kind of weird, and as was said above, a bit existentialist, mixed with Einsteinian physics, of course. I'm not a physicist, and I don't play one on TV, but the science was right at a good place for the willful suspension of disbelief required in a story like this. I must admit, I didn't see what was coming at the end, but at least it wasn't syrupy or overly happy. I'll agree with Roland. It worked.

    I'd certainly recommend it to anyone who enjoys good Sci-fi, as IMHO this qualifies as such.
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Tue Dec 02, 2014 7:43 am
  • I enjoyed it. The ending was a bit..eh. I grasp the physics, well, as well as any of us lay people can..I just dont like what they did with them. Thought the set up at the beginning was too rushed and really the movie needed to be 4 hours. Or, a unique idea for marketing.. a 1 hour video on youtube..that you watch that sets up a 3 hour movie you see in the theater.
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Re: Interstellar
Tue Dec 02, 2014 11:50 am
  • Vetamur wrote:I enjoyed it. The ending was a bit..eh. I grasp the physics, well, as well as any of us lay people can..I just dont like what they did with them. Thought the set up at the beginning was too rushed and really the movie needed to be 4 hours. Or, a unique idea for marketing.. a 1 hour video on youtube..that you watch that sets up a 3 hour movie you see in the theater.


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Re: Interstellar
Tue Dec 02, 2014 12:40 pm
  • It was all relatively-believable, until he pulled the "eject" lever...
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Re: Interstellar
Tue Dec 02, 2014 3:14 pm
  • Enjoyed it a lot. Nolan's usual quasi-mumblecore sensibility, visuals and moments that trust the audience's intelligence, and just a great soundtrack. I still get chills listening to it on Youtube. Not sure about the ending, but I like that it didn't cheat in the usual sense but still made the emotional side of it necessary to the story.
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Tue Dec 02, 2014 3:29 pm
  • quasi-mumblecore?.......Ummm, is the air there ok?
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Sun Dec 07, 2014 3:47 am
  • Saw it Friday. Disappointed.
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Sun Dec 07, 2014 10:31 am
  • JonRud wrote:Saw it Friday. Disappointed.

    Not as disappointed as we are in you.
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Re: Interstellar
Sun Dec 07, 2014 3:10 pm
  • JonRud wrote:Saw it Friday. Disappointed.


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Re: Interstellar
Sat Dec 13, 2014 7:44 pm
  • I just got done watching it and I agree with Roland. Might be the best movie Chris Nolan has ever produced (although I am huge fan of The Prestige).

    I'm still trying to understand some of it cause it did cram a lot in 3 hours. But the best part is I was gripped for the entire 3 hours and probably could have stayed for 10.

    The score might be the best I have ever heard. Ever. It was that gripping throughout.
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Re: Interstellar
Tue Dec 16, 2014 2:57 pm
  • JonRud wrote:Saw it Friday. Disappointed.


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Re: Interstellar
Tue Dec 16, 2014 3:40 pm
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    JonRud wrote:Saw it Friday. Disappointed.

    Not as disappointed as we are in you.

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Re: Interstellar
Tue Dec 16, 2014 11:04 pm
  • I liked the movie. But it had one glaring issue that I couldn't understand.

    Now, a bit of a preface... Im all for movies set in the future having technology that we haven't invented yet. And if its used in a futuristic movie, that's completely fine.

    However, something that just stood out to me and confused me. When they launch off from Earth, they utilize a three-stage rocket booster. For those who dont know, thats what we use now. It takes a ton of energy to counter the effects of Earths gravity. So they launch their cool shuttle into space using a giant rocket. Great.
    But, later on, they visit the first planet by using their shuttle. They come out of orbit and land on the watery surface. While there, they say the planet has 1.3 times the gravity of Earth. Some shit goes wrong, yada yada yada, they have to make a hasty escape from these insanely huge waves. Super cool.....

    Wait, how the hell did that Shuttle just fly into orbit from the surface? If we're to believe that the Shuttle has the capability to propel itself with some sort of infinite power source (since there is no major fuel pods attached), and have enough force to escape the pull of the planets gravity(1.3 x's Earths), then why the hell did it need a 3-stage rocket booster to get off of earth?
    Im all for these types of space shuttles in futuristic movies. But if you are going to go that route, then at least stay consistent.
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Re: Interstellar
Wed Dec 17, 2014 9:04 am
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    They didn't take that little shuttle into orbit from earth. That one was already in orbit from previous missions. They took some other ship up to dock with the ring ship.

    I'm guessing they had limited resources?
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Re: Interstellar
Wed Dec 17, 2014 9:50 am
  • SacHawk2.0 wrote:^
    They didn't take that little shuttle into orbit from earth. That one was already in orbit from previous missions. They took some other ship up to dock with the ring ship.

    I'm guessing they had limited resources?


    Hmmm, i remember the same shuttle docking with the endurance (the ringed habitable ship) and there being 2 other shuttles (used later for the jettison scene into the black hole). The shuttle looked exactly the same on the inside when it was moving internally to line up with the windows right after the launch as the one that went onto the other planets.

    regardless, it seems like a far more efficient method to just take off with one of those ships instead of spending the large amount of resources it takes to use a 3-stage rocket booster.

    By and large, its my only real complaint about the movie. Otherwise it was really good. Loved the way they used relativity. And loved how they were able to show the dimension of time in a 3D setting during the black hole scene. It may have been a bit convoluted with the whole telling his daughter the entire equations of the quantum data inside a black hole through a short series of morse code in the watch, but I can dig it.
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Re: Interstellar
Wed Dec 17, 2014 10:07 am
  • You could be correct. I thought it was a coherent vehicle they took to the water planet.
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Re: Interstellar
Wed Dec 17, 2014 11:35 am
  • SacHawk2.0 wrote:You could be correct. I thought it was a coherent vehicle they took to the water planet.


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Re: Interstellar
Wed Dec 17, 2014 12:21 pm
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