Went to the midnight screening at IMAX. As with every Nolan film, I'm never entirely sure what I'm in for prior to a screening. And, as usual, the film surprised me with the direction it took. Which is a good thing.
Acting was beautifully done. Mcconaughey gave a standout performance- interactions between him and Mackenzie Foy were very well done. Cinematography was wonderful- the integration of that and the VFX work was seamless. I would definitely recommend that this film be watched in IMAX- the imagery and sound design just become all the more better and effective. I also found the plot itself to be quite interesting to follow, with the basis in real scientific theories making the film a real conversation starter as to what our future could look like.
I did feel that the pacing was slightly off at some points.
Overall, I'd say it's a 9/10. I think at the moment, I like it marginally less than Nolan's other works, but having said that, I need at least one more viewing to form a concrete opinion. But overall, a very strong and bold piece of work that left me crying on my boyfriend's shoulder through the credits.
And a quick question for anyone that has also seen it in IMAX- did the 35mm scenes look slightly soft to you? I'm not sure if it was the theatre I was in, or the projector, but the difference between the 35mm and 70mm seem much more pronounced than usual.