'Interstellar' Official Reviews

Christopher Nolan's 2014 grand scale science-fiction story about time and space, and the things that transcend them.
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Aili wrote:And another rave published in Huffington Post (and he attacks the critics who hate it)
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/william-b ... 75520.html
What the hell? a "professional" writer who publishes in one of the most important online publications in the country, with such unacceptable grammatical errors? that doesn't do anything but give fodder to the haters that will pan him, his review, and his attempt to defend the film!!! I'm appalled, the last thing this film needs is someone defending it who can't even write a coherent and professionally proof-read article, my God! (no wonder comments are blocked in his article).

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More of an opinion than a review, but a worthwhile read nonetheless. Very positive to say the least...
I suspect “Interstellar” will leave many people with a radical openness to strange truth just below and above the realm of the everyday. That makes it something of a cultural event.
http://www.nytimes.com/2014/11/21/opini ... share&_r=0

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my review, a 4,000-word reported story featuring interviews with a NASA engineer, a space policy expert, and an MIT physics professor, will run in january (as an oscar run-up) at themorningnews.org.

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dsus4gtr wrote:A new review added to the Tomatometer, and a well written one (let me know if you agree!)

"Christopher Nolan takes us on a mind-bending journey to the far limits of experience":

http://www.filmcomment.com/article/inte ... pher-nolan
That's a great review. Very well written.

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http://www.sandiegoreader.com/movies/interstellar/#

It's hard to fathom how someone could give Interstellar 1 star. I get it if you just think the movie is "ok," but come on now.

Also I'm seeing several reviews on Rotten Tomatoes that are 3/5 or 6-7/10, but they are counted as rotten? I thought 6/10 is considered a fresh review?

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DrModern wrote:my review, a 4,000-word reported story featuring interviews with a NASA engineer, a space policy expert, and an MIT physics professor, will run in january (as an oscar run-up) at themorningnews.org.
here it is for everyone's consideration: http://www.themorningnews.org/article/d ... -in-ghosts

i did my level best to make the argument that the film deserves every award it gets. one love to my fellow nolan fans.

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