There’s an undeniable beauty to science fiction, and Christopher Nolan’s hotly anticipated futuristic epic Interstellar is a mostly beautiful thing to look at. Notice that I said, very specifically, “to look at,” because no matter how good it looks, it’s impossible to endorse a film that’s so silly and takes itself so seriously and at face value. It’s so goofball in its vaguely worded, Capra-esque sentimentality, and yet so po-faced in its relentless sermonizing to the audience that it forgets to be fun and thoughtful and settles for cloyingly manipulative, jingoistic, misguided, shockingly unoriginal, and sloppily plotted. It’s as thoroughly moronic and scientifically dunderheaded as Michael Bay’s Armageddon, but like that same material is being delivered with the swagger of a doctorate candidate that’s blissfully unaware that they’re going to fail their thesis defense.
One of the top 5 worst critics from Brazil. Period.
Concordo. Não gosto dele. A Ana Maria, apesar da história do Ben Affleck, manja muito de cinema. Ela nem gostou muito, nem desgostou (e ela é fã do Nolan também). Está bem estranho isso: críticos que não gostavam elogiando e outros que eram "fãs", decepcionados. Mesma coisa com o Rodrigo Salem da Folha.