Discussion in 'Movies and Television' started by OmegaPrime22, Mar 8, 2013.
Looks like most of the movie is on Earth and him and his family. Then a little bit in space.
I hate saying it, but all things being equal, show me a movie as original as Inception that came out in the past ten years. Honestly. Not a remake, not a rehash. I can't think of one.
Which kind of scares me into thinking this whole movie will be one big setup for a major twist at the end.
Oh no, I'm not denying the originality of the film. It's just he said he liked the thought provoking nature of Nolan films, which when applied to most of his film actually makes the script fall apart.
What was wrong with Inception? Yeah the ending may have been a bit goofy, but does make you think about dreams and reality.
It could lead to Nolan to get an oscar and to make the academy know that Sci-fi can win an oscar.
Interstellar SDCC Panel with Christopher Nolan & Matthew McConaughey - San Diego Comic Con 2014 - YouTube
I'm kinda excited for this. Not a big fan of McCaunghahay though.
You shut your mouth right now.
Matthew McConaughey <3
Matthew McConaughey has been on FIRE of late with his projects from True Detective...
True Detective - Rust & Martin Car Conversation Scene (HD) - YouTube
... To Interstellar...
Apparently it doesn't even show much of the second act or any of the third, so I'm hyped as fuck now.
same here these types of movies get me hyped and it seems like the movie is based on technology and theories that NASA and other scientists are using like the Alcubierre drive - ( You can tell from the quick shots of the spacecraft that it does indeed use an Alcubierre drive to achieve "ftl" travel.)
Am I a geek or Nerd - or does it even matter, lol.
I'm hyped as f*ck too. We should form a 'Hype as F*cked for this movie' club.
Looks like it'll be the most adventurous and heartrending Nolan film ever.
I know my Dylan Thomas Poems
The line Michael Caine's character speaks is from
"Do not go gentle into that good night"
If Interstellar were a meal
Okay, NOW I'm interested in this. This was the first Nolan movie so far where I was anything but intrigued or interested thanks to the previous ho-hum trailers, but he finally got me with this new one. Whew.
I'm not worried about spoilers in trailers for Nolan movies because he has a lot more control over what goes into the trailer.
I'm not gonna say what it is, but there is kinda a spoiler in the 2nd trailer - it was result of space travel, unless Nolan put that in there to throw us completely off.
This looks better with every new snippet we're given. It's going to rip a few hearts out, it seems.
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