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Tout simplement un des meilleurs films de tout les temps avec des thèmes musicaux formidables encore merci a Hanz Zimmer🙏
This was interstellar bad. What happened?
After seeing it in theaters for the first time, it is still my favorite movie. So many people seem to sleep on this movie. Great story, an even better soundtrack/score. Ive never really seen a movie come close to how well the music works in this movie. For instance, the docking scene of course. After the airlock depressurizes, the music is just as surprised as the actors - it stopped. But now everything is in danger of failure. If they dont dock and recover the vessel, humanity is lost. So the music builds up the tension in this scene, it is a very dangerous docking maneuver. Frankly, a bit unrealistic (the center of mass needs to be in line with the docking port for the station to spin around that point, or else it will wobble when spinning), but still a spectacular scene, and sends chills down the spine. Great actors too. What beats a movie with both Matthew McConaughey and Matt Damon?
Another incredible movie by Nolan. It's masterpiece from the acting to the visuals. I just wished the third act would have landed a bit better
Performances? A+. Visual Effects? A++. Score? A+. Christopher Nolan has done it again. Fantastic and thought-provoking film.
Good story, but overloaded with unexplained plot holes.
Nolan has outdone himself once again in this mesmerizing masterpiece.
An underrated space epic made by Christopher nolan. Great visual effects and a very intellectual story that few cant grasp.
Perhaps one of the most under appreciated films of modern times. You've got blackholes, wormholes, 5th dimensions, time and love all rolled into one, then at the end you're left with an overwhelming feeling of emotion you're not sure you've quite felt before, or since.
Hans Zimmer + Christopher Nolan= a must see masterpiece.