'Interstellar' Reviews Discussion

Christopher Nolan's science-fiction epic starring Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Michael Caine and Jessica Chastain.
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Rule of thumb. if a movie gets a rotten review within the first 10 review. it ends up being a badly reviewed movie

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bootsy wrote: first review and its rotten

David Poland: the last act is, easily, the best part of the film. 40 minutes less movie might have made it all seem worth the journey.
OMG a rotten review. I thought the movie would have no rotten reviews. Are you kidding me man just stop.
Well it is kinda depressing for the first one to be rotten; I doubt anyone expected there wouldn't be a single one, but that's a bad start...

hasanamad, where did you get that quote from Poland? :?

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lcbaseball22 wrote:
bootsy wrote: first review and its rotten

David Poland: the last act is, easily, the best part of the film. 40 minutes less movie might have made it all seem worth the journey.
OMG a rotten review. I thought the movie would have no rotten reviews. Are you kidding me man just stop.
Well it is kinda depressing for the first one to be rotten; I doubt anyone expected there wouldn't be a single one, but that's a bad start...

hasanamad, where did you get that quote from Poland? :?
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hasanahmad wrote:Rule of thumb. if a movie gets a rotten review within the first 10 review. it ends up being a badly reviewed movie
Not true.

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bootsy wrote:
hasanahmad wrote:Rule of thumb. if a movie gets a rotten review within the first 10 review. it ends up being a badly reviewed movie
Not true.
I have following this since the websites inception. its the rule of thumb

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hasanahmad wrote:
bootsy wrote:
hasanahmad wrote:Rule of thumb. if a movie gets a rotten review within the first 10 review. it ends up being a badly reviewed movie
Not true.
I have following this since the websites inception. its the rule of thumb
What you said is still not true.

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hasanahmad wrote:Rule of thumb. if a movie gets a rotten review within the first 10 review. it ends up being a badly reviewed movie
That's just stupid.

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Well, the rotten review morphed into a fresh one...
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Has this one been posted yet?

http://screencrush.com/interstellar-review/

I haven't read enough to know if it's positive or not, usually I just look at the introductory and conclusion paragraphs to avoid spoilers...
‘Interstellar’ is a good movie that so desperately wants to be important. That sentence is going to read as churlish, but I do admire ‘Interstellar’ for at least attempting to be something that’s not dumb. There are already too many dumb things we are subjected to on a daily basis. And ‘Interstellar’ is ambitious, even though there are a lot of head-scratching scenes. Yet, there we still are, spinning out of control with the reality that Nolan has created – and it’s only when we stop spinning, when we look at it from afar, that we kind of realize how absurd it all was … even though it leaves us craving a little more.

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