It will be updated as soon as the movie is out this week.danny wrote:but someone will put it in wiki and imdb?Interstellar wrote:danny wrote:where is the first name of Cooper and others characters on wiki and imdb?
Christopher Nolan's 2014 grand scale science-fiction story about time and space, and the things that transcend them.
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"By giving 35mm a couple of days to open early, it's not a gamble," he said. "Even people who don't care about the format will want to see it. For a couple of days, we'll be one of the only places in town to see it. At the very worst, we're not going to lose any money."
Other small theaters are scrambling to assemble film projectors and, in some cases, are seeing it as a way to "eventize" the movie even further, even going so far as to post videos of their print preparations on YouTube. Willow Creek Cinemas Twelve in Minnesota posted on YouTube that they are "honored" to be opening "Interstellar" on 70mm and shared the below to showcase some of the preparations they've made to screen the film.
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Endurance guide: http://www.gannett-cdn.com/experiments/ ... ellar.html
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Exactly what I thought ! Wow the level of detail they put into this... It's so cool!!antovolk wrote:Stoifics will be having a field day ;D
Lucky you that you can watch it tomorrow there!yourstrulyinhd wrote:I'll be there Friday night too with a gang of my friends. I'm also going on Tuesday (TOMORROW!!!) with my parents. I'm unbelievably excited at this point. Marathoning Nolan films all day today and tomorrow.SolidMel10 wrote:The autonation in Fort Lauderdale is the one I go to. I going Friday night. Its more than an hour drive but I plan to watch Interstellar only in Imax, no matter how many times I decide to watch it during its theatrical run.Yusuf Dazz wrote:I wish I could see it tomorrow, but I have to work and the theater which will present it is kind of far away.
My local IMAX theater is about 10 minutes and I will be watching it this Thursday at 9pm(Eastern Time). But although I already have my ticket, obviously I have to be there like at least one hour and half for the line. On Friday I'm planning to drive to Fort Lauderdale to rewatch it on the AutoNation IMAX which is the biggest IMAX screen on all South Florida. I think the occasion deserve it!
But for me I can wait two more days for Thursday.
I'm already done with my Nolanpalooza marathon weeks ago. So I'M SOOOOOO READY!!!
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Finally, weeks after my Endurance analysis, Nolan decides to release his own...JonnyM93 wrote:Exactly what I thought ! Wow the level of detail they put into this... It's so cool!!antovolk wrote:Stoifics will be having a field day ;D
I'd love to go all-out in picking apart the details, but it seems a bit pointless to do that now when I'm going to see all this stuff in action in just... [checks countdown] ... 72 hours. I'll save it for when I do a "master analysis" of all the scientific realism/unrealism in the movie once I've seen it.
One thing I'd like to go ahead and point out now, though, is that the engine they picked for the ship does actually exist. A magnetoplasma engine is an "electric rocket:" instead of combusting chemicals like the Shuttle or Saturn V, it ejects charged particles out the back using magnetic fields. Such a system is extremely efficient and does indeed have a blue exhaust plume. The primary drawback is that its thrust output is extremely low, requiring days to get up to the same speeds that a chemical rocket could reach in minutes. It's also quite a power hog, a problem that Endurance solves with compact fusion reactors.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magnetopla ... c_thruster
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Variable_S ... sma_Rocket
I've copied all the text for each module below for convenience. It's not a spoiler, I just put it in the tag so it doesn't take up a ton of space.
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is getting better!!!
is getting better!!!
Time. Full arcticle.