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Christopher Nolan's science-fiction epic starring Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Michael Caine and Jessica Chastain.
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StarWarsIsAwesome123 wrote:The version airing on FX is TV-MA for some reason.
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Congratulations Kip Thorne for Nobel Prize!

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I miss watching Interstellar on a movie theater :| :|

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Lionheart wrote:I miss watching Interstellar on a movie theater :| :|
Around this time last year, they had "Space Week" at select IMAX theaters, showing various space movies, including Interstellar. Sadly they don't appear to be doing it this year :(

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Lionheart wrote:I miss watching Interstellar on a movie theater :| :|
Inception and TDK for me. Even though I loved my premiere Interstellar experience.

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First of all, upon rewatching this film for the first time since seeing Dunkirk (like 10 times to boot lol), I want to chime in here and say this is still Nolan's masterpiece to me. It's not my favorite of his films, but this is where execution matched ambition and drama matched epicness. Most casual moviegoers should be spellbound to believe that "That Batman director" went on to make this film.

Secondly, I don't know if I'm stupid or just blissfully non-alert, but this is the first time that I realized the drone in the beginning is drawn to their farm because of the same gravitational force as the tractors, dust, etc. I don't know why I've never connected that dot before. It always took place well before any of the other anomalies occurred and I just chalked that up to being a "random scene," though I've always loved it (especially the music).

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I have to agree. Dunkirk is really good (and a masterpiece from a technical point of view), but Interstellar is his masterpiece - so far

And the drone thing is fairly obvious, sorry
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So far, indeed.

ChristMAX wrote:And the drone thing is fairly obvious, sorry
It is really obvious. I just don't know why I never drew that connection. I guess because it separates itself from the rest of the film by a couple of scenes, and it's not right at their house (whereas the tractors were).

It's probably worse than when my friend just recently texted me: "Holy shit balls, Batman tells Dent he wasn't the only one who lost everything because he lost Rachel too!" I laughed for two minutes straight.

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