Interstellar Review: Out of This World 9.5/10

Directing The Stories

Interstellar is a film that is very difficult to review. The film is polarizing in that it isn’t easily accessible. It contains a depth and ambiguity that may turn off many viewers. But if you’re willing to sit down and focus for three hours, you are in for a ride matching that of space travel.
The story primarily follows Cooper (Matthew McConaughey) and his daughter Murphy (Jessica Chastain and Mackenzie Foy) in a journey to save the human race.
What sets Interstellar apart is that it isn’t a battle against nature. The movie establishes that nature has already won that war. Earth suffers chronic dust storms and insufficient resources to support human life any longer and they need to find somewhere else to retreat to.
Through a series of methodical accidents, Cooper finds himself piloting for the underground remains of NASA as the set out on a search for fitting…

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