'Interstellar' Reviews Discussion

Christopher Nolan's science-fiction epic starring Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Michael Caine and Jessica Chastain.
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ComptonTerry wrote:Has anybody read this guys review? Is one of the most trolish reviews I've ever read, and has maybe the worst complaint about a movie I've ever read over the Internet and that's saying something...

http://www.christopher-priest.co.uk/jou ... tteration/
...Space is a vacuum - it is incapabble of carrying sound. How Hanz Zimmers loud music can be heard in space is a mystery only Nolan can explain...
Someone's just jealous and sad.

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ComptonTerry wrote:Has anybody read this guys review? Is one of the most trolish reviews I've ever read, and has maybe the worst complaint about a movie I've ever read over the Internet and that's saying something...

http://www.christopher-priest.co.uk/jou ... tteration/
...Space is a vacuum - it is incapabble of carrying sound. How Hanz Zimmers loud music can be heard in space is a mystery only Nolan can explain...
does Priest even understand what a film is?

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Cilogy wrote:
ComptonTerry wrote:Has anybody read this guys review? Is one of the most trolish reviews I've ever read, and has maybe the worst complaint about a movie I've ever read over the Internet and that's saying something...

http://www.christopher-priest.co.uk/jou ... tteration/
...Space is a vacuum - it is incapabble of carrying sound. How Hanz Zimmers loud music can be heard in space is a mystery only Nolan can explain...
does Priest even understand what a film is?
Well he apparently doesn't understand how film score works, that it's for the audience... and the characters in the flm don't really hear it...

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Havoc1st wrote:
ComptonTerry wrote:Has anybody read this guys review? Is one of the most trolish reviews I've ever read, and has maybe the worst complaint about a movie I've ever read over the Internet and that's saying something...

http://www.christopher-priest.co.uk/jou ... tteration/
...Space is a vacuum - it is incapabble of carrying sound. How Hanz Zimmers loud music can be heard in space is a mystery only Nolan can explain...
Someone's just jealous and sad.
That's the author of The Prestige. He also said called The Dark Knight Trilogy and Inception "poorly-written and embarrassing."
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ComptonTerry wrote:
Cilogy wrote:
ComptonTerry wrote:Has anybody read this guys review? Is one of the most trolish reviews I've ever read, and has maybe the worst complaint about a movie I've ever read over the Internet and that's saying something...

http://www.christopher-priest.co.uk/jou ... tteration/
...Space is a vacuum - it is incapabble of carrying sound. How Hanz Zimmers loud music can be heard in space is a mystery only Nolan can explain...
does Priest even understand what a film is?
Well he apparently doesn't understand how film score works, that it's for the audience... and the characters in the flm don't really hear it...

thats not really true, anymore. They used to make scores with that kind of philosophy. Nowadays they dont.

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...wut?

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Such an awesome movie to watch, and it gives me the best ride to space ever :twothumbsup:

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Someone said to me that 'Interstellar' is irrelevant. He think's it's irrelevant to the Danish people because I said that I hated a new show made in Denmark called '1864' and would rather watch this 20 times instead of '1864' (don't watch it btw).

What would be the perfect comeback?

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Ericmase wrote:Someone said to me that 'Interstellar' is irrelevant. He think's it's irrelevant to the Danish people because I said that I hated a new show made in Denmark called '1864' and would rather watch this 20 times instead of '1864' (don't watch it btw).

What would be the perfect comeback?
"1864 is out of synch with history and tries to make a fool out of Denmark in the past"
I took that line from an IMDB user review.

Also i watched the trailer for 1864.

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thats not really true, anymore. They used to make scores with that kind of philosophy. Nowadays they dont.
It's called diegesis, and it's always been an optional creative choice that frequently gets blurred, particularly with non-score music like the 70's tracks in Guardians. Scores are still diegetic, though.

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