Interstellar (2014) – Christopher Nolan disappears up his own wormhole…

Interstellar is so big that it has its own gravitational pull, and time grinds to a halt while watching it…

Interstellar

“Christopher Nolan returns with Interstellar, one of the most hotly anticipated films of the year. It is a handsome, ambitious, sombre space epic, which is also deeply flawed and exposes Nolan’s weaknesses as a director more than any of his earlier work.

I admire Nolan as a film maker, because he makes popular, intelligent films with things to say about the human condition. His images are massive, his visions meticulously crafted and he draws expert performances from his actors. And yet…his films  lack stardust, a sense of wonder, a touch of showmanship, like a story told by an accountant, not a natural raconteur…” Click here to read my full review for Pop.junk (opens in separate window

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About leerobertadams

Lee is an English writer, blogger and film critic living in Brno, Czech Republic. When not watching and writing about movies, he loves football, reading, eating out, and enjoying his adopted home city with his girlfriend and baby daughter.

Posted on 03/12/2014, in action, Adventure, cinema, Entertainment, Film, Movies, Reviews, sci fi and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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