Interstellar

Interstellar

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Space travelling sci-fi from Christopher Nolan (The Dark Knight,Inception), starring Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway who head to a distant galaxy to find humanity a new home. More

With humans' time on earth coming to an end, a group of explorers make use of a newly discovered wormhole (which hypothetically connects massively separated regions of spacetime) to surpass limitations on human space travel and conquer the vast distances of interstellar voyage.

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2014Rating: M, Science fiction themes and infrequent coarse language169 minsUSA, UK
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Interstellar | Awards

Award Winner
Best Visual Effects at the 2015 Academy Awards and BAFTA Awards

Interstellar | Reviews

72%369 reviews

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Flicks, Steve Newall

Flicks, Steve Newall

Never has a nearly-three-hour blockbuster enthralled me in the way that Interstellar did. After the grim seriousness and plodding pacing of his Dark Knight films, where Christopher Nolan did his damnedest to provide a real world for an utterly ridiculous character to play in, it’s a relief to see him freed from such constraints.

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Variety

Variety

Reaffirms Nolan as the premier big-canvas storyteller of his generation, more than earning its place alongside The Wizard of Oz, 2001, Close Encounters of the Third Kind in the canon of Hollywood's visionary sci-fi head trips.

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Total Film

Total Film

Nolan reaches for the stars in spectacular fashion, delivering a mesmerising sci-fi epic.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

Full of visual dazzle, thematic ambition, geek bait and corn (including the literal kind), is a sweeping, futuristic adventure driven by grief, dread and regret.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

Not every film need address the possibility of human extinction with the gung-ho silliness of Armageddon, but at least that was a space adventure. This is a science report.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Never less than engrossing, and sometimes more than that.

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FilmInk

FilmInk

Falters at minor points... [but] it transcends its genre conventions and achieves a pure cinematic profundity and sense of overwhelming awe.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

Brainy, barmy and beautiful to behold, this is Stephen Hawking's Star Trek: a mind-bending opera of space and time with a soul wrapped up in all the science.

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