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Christopher Nolan's 2014 grand scale science-fiction story about time and space, and the things that transcend them.
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UnknownVariation wrote:A couple new pictures of the spacecraft via USA Today:
http://www.usatoday.com/picture-gallery ... /18381173/
More IMAX shots :O

Also a quote from Indian WB exec
“Expectations are huge, and Interstellar could go anywhere in terms of the box office,” he said. The movie’s marketing campaign is restricted to hoardings and trailers on television and the internet. After all, a Christopher Nolan movie is never just a Christopher Nolan movie. It’s a sermon from the Mount, awaited avidly and feverishly by his legions of devotees. Some of them will be making their pilgrimage to Hyderabad next week, waiting for a glimpse of their Lord and his mysterious ways.
http://scroll.in/article/686063/Want-to ... -Hyderabad

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Without subtitles, please).

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LoneCooper wrote:How long are they on the ice planet, and are you a fan of that particular sequence?
(I put a spoiler tag but I don't reveal any plot point)
Hard to say, time really flew by during the movie. They do spend quiet some time on the planet for sure - a lot of things happen when they are on its surface. Not my favorite part of the movie (what follows the ice planet is!) but it is a good sequence of scenes, with some very intense moments near the end. Also, the concept of how this planet "works" is rather interesting and original.

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LoneCooper wrote:To anyone has seen the movie:

How long are they on the ice planet, and are you a fan of that particular sequence?
Long enough.
By the time longer than in the water one. Ice planet in this movie is mainly related to the disclosure of the character of Dr. Mann, one of the antagonists of the film.
Yes, I am a fan of this part. Because of this character, and because of the fact that this part is one of the most epic, dramatic and tense parts of the whole picture.

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LoneCooper wrote:To anyone has seen the movie:

How long are they on the ice planet, and are you a fan of that particular sequence?
Ok, I know that we are in a free country and everybody is free to post whatever they want, but just out of curiosity and I hate to be that guy but, are you planning on seeing the movie? and if so, couldn't you wait until see it to find our for yourself instead of posting something like this before the movie is released risking that someone my actually post this description without regards of spoiling this for anybody who is avoiding them? Just a thought. :problem:

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Here the music


And here the picture
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According to this http://www.slashfilm.com/interstellar-imax-poster/, there will be an artist-created posters being handed out at the Friday IMAX showings of Interstellar. Anybody know if they are doing anything for the early screenings starting tomorrow?

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http://www.miamiherald.com/entertainmen ... 97466.html

This is a feature from critic Rene Rodriguez, whom, I almost always agree with. I think he is a very fair reviewer. No spoilers and has some interesting comments by Nolan about the comparisons to 2001. Also Nolan comments on the criticism that the film is too sentimental. He probably liked the movie, since he only does these type of features if he liked the particular film.

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Vesh wrote:According to this http://www.slashfilm.com/interstellar-imax-poster/, there will be an artist-created posters being handed out at the Friday IMAX showings of Interstellar. Anybody know if they are doing anything for the early screenings starting tomorrow?
Is there a way to find out where they're passing these out? I'm going to a primetime showing of this Friday night in Digital IMAX.

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Bacon wrote:
Vesh wrote:According to this http://www.slashfilm.com/interstellar-imax-poster/, there will be an artist-created posters being handed out at the Friday IMAX showings of Interstellar. Anybody know if they are doing anything for the early screenings starting tomorrow?
Is there a way to find out where they're passing these out? I'm going to a primetime showing of this Friday night in Digital IMAX.
Friday IMAX showings while supplies last.

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