By Jack McAuslan ’16
“Interstellar”–starring Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, and Michael Caine
9 out of 10
It seems like every movie Christopher Nolan comes out with is a masterpiece for one reason or the other.
The “Dark Knight” trilogy and “Inception” were incredible.
It’s no surprise then that his new film “Interstellar” blew my mind and kept me thinking about it for the next few days.
Everything about this movie amazed me.
The sounds and the scenery of flying through space, orbiting a gigantic black hole and floating around Saturn were amazing.
The plot was extremely interesting and was definitely a strong point of the film.
In “Interstellar,” Earth has become dry and has stopped producing food for everyone.
NASA, at this point in time a very small company, starts a mission to find a new habitable world for humanity.
Cooper, played by Matthew McConaughey, is a pilot who is enlisted for this other-worldly mission along with a few other pilots including Brand, played by Anne Hathaway.
Throughout the movie more and more things begin to unfold and by the end I was amazed and also slightly confused.
This movie truly makes your mind hurt in the best sense; it is unbelievably interesting.
Almost everything that happened in it made me sit forward in the seat just a little bit more and more as the movie went on.
The whole movie is incredible, but the best part of it is that everything that happens in the movie is scientifically sound, according to astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson.
The way I see it, there is no reason not to like this movie.
Okay, maybe it was too long at nearly three hours, but I feel like if it were any shorter some scenes would have to be cut, and I truly loved every scene of the movie.
The only way I could picture anyone not loving this movie is if he or she is not interested by space or space travel.
“Interstellar” is the most mind-blowing film I have seen in a very long time.