'Interstellar' Reviews Discussion

Christopher Nolan's 2014 grand scale science-fiction story about time and space, and the things that transcend them.
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Taylor Devorsky ‏@TaylorDevorsky 6m6 minutes ago
INTERSTELLAR is in turn some of the best Nolan and some of his most indulgent. But Zimmer's score and Hoytema's cinematography are stunning

Walter Chaw ‏@mangiotto 9m9 minutes ago
INTERSTELLAR is more THE RIGHT STUFF than 2001 which is my way of saying it's cornball American determinism. And I loved it.

Peter S. Hall ‏@PeterSHall 1m1 minute ago
Though I didn't connect wholly with it, INTERSTELLAR is a fascinating, ambitious feat of filmmaking.

Amanda ‏@LootingBroad 1m1 minute ago
Interstellar was absolutely incredible. 10/10 would space again.

Also, Christopher Nolan is the man.

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hasanahmad wrote:@hasanahmad80 We’re not sure it’s going to stay above 70%, so we’re not marking it yet. And Denby’s review reads mostly negative to us.

From rt editor in chief @matchity
so RT take those reviews, then mark them whatever they feel like

good to know. that explains it, that explains a lot

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Jeez, looks like we got the worst of the worst Slant reviewer...

For 79 reviews, this critic has graded:

15% higher than the average critic
3% same as the average critic
82% lower than the average critic

On average, this critic grades 14.7 points lower than other critics. (0-100 point scale)

Average review score: 45
http://www.metacritic.com/critic/chris-cabin

I guess it could have been worse than 2/4...
http://www.slantmagazine.com/film/review/interstellar

He gave only a 12 MC score to The Judge, the film with Robert Downey Jr.

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What score do you guys recon it will end up with on RT and Meta

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@davechensky · 14m 14 minutes ago
INTERSTELLAR: Bloated, overly ambitious, often thrilling, and a singular cinematic experience, unlike any other I've had this year. Like 2001, from which much inspiration is taken, the visuals in this will stand the test of time. Just extraordinary.

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nolannolanchrischris wrote:@davechensky · 14m 14 minutes ago
INTERSTELLAR: Bloated, overly ambitious, often thrilling, and a singular cinematic experience, unlike any other I've had this year. Like 2001, from which much inspiration is taken, the visuals in this will stand the test of time. Just extraordinary.
Is this good or bad or both?

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bootsy wrote:
nolannolanchrischris wrote:@davechensky · 14m 14 minutes ago
INTERSTELLAR: Bloated, overly ambitious, often thrilling, and a singular cinematic experience, unlike any other I've had this year. Like 2001, from which much inspiration is taken, the visuals in this will stand the test of time. Just extraordinary.
Is this good or bad or both?
Based on my expectations, everything said in those tweets excites me.

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I remember going to a diner with my friend after seeing Memento to sort through it. Interstellar is that again. I need a diner. And a friend

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Phil Plait ‏@BadAstronomer
Well, I’ll say this for “Interstellar”: It eventually ended.

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bootsy wrote:
nolannolanchrischris wrote:@davechensky · 14m 14 minutes ago
INTERSTELLAR: Bloated, overly ambitious, often thrilling, and a singular cinematic experience, unlike any other I've had this year. Like 2001, from which much inspiration is taken, the visuals in this will stand the test of time. Just extraordinary.
Is this good or bad or both?
I'm thinking good, flawed, but good.

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