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More about human drama and triumph than science and cosmology, the Theory of Everything is moving but at the same time realistic, depicting his disease at times painful to watch. Ends up ultimately, as feel-good ending, which is refreshing, representing one of the more charmingly contemporary movies to date.
Interstellar, skims near as a successful heir of Kubrick's A Space Oddyssey, as was the happy expectation. Credit is due as few, if at all, works of art have gotten closer as Nolan's endeavor in the proverbial science-fiction film. If there's one director who can pull it off with the commensurate amount of depth and poeticism frequently lacking in many of today's iterations lost in commercial flash and no substance, it's Nolan. One of the better adventures rightful for a place among the stars of its genus.