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Interstellar Review

Interstellar Rating: 3.9/5

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Ratings:3.5/5 Review By: Rajeev Masand Site:CNN IBN
'Interstellar' is a sweeping, audacious effort by a filmmaker whose reach inevitably exceeds his grasp. But how can you not applaud its sheer sense of scale, drama, and fearlessness? I'm going with three-and-a-half out of five. Now forget everything you've read and heard and go experience it for yourself!
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Ratings:5/5 Review By: Raja Sen Site:Rediff
Storytelling is a manipulative art form, and by relentlessly plying plot upon plot and event upon event, Nolan slows Interstellar down -- even as the narrative itself attains hyperspeed. And this feeling of an immeasurably long film -- of thinking back in the third act to an opening scene and feeling like it happened many hours ago, many episodes ago, many seasons ago -- is what gives Interstellar its epic breadth.
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Ratings:3/5 Review By: Anupama Chopra Site: Filmcompanion
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Ratings:4.5/5 Review By: Gavin Rasquinha Site:Times Of India (TOI)
And it is this process of discovery that is magnificent, complex and a true testament to Nolan's visionary genius. McConaughey is brilliant but Hathaway is a little unconvincing. The terminologies and mathematical formulae might confound some, but you will nonetheless be dazzled. Subtexts abound: the individual vs. the good of mankind, love's overarching influence over time and space and so on. This intergalactic extravaganza is clearly in a class by itself.
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Ratings:3.5/5 Review By: Shalini Langer Site:Indian Express
The height of dramatic tension in ‘Interstellar’ involves two spaceships competing to dock onto the same space station. That’s how cerebral Christopher Nolan’s latest film is. That’s after he has taken a swirl through a twister of a wormhole, but before he rolls into the unfathomed depths of a blackhole. And while other filmmakers would be content imagining just one other world, he gives us three — with own skies, gravity, surfaces, and climates.
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Ratings:-- Review By: Mihir Fadnavis Site:Firstpost
If you’re looking for a moderately smart, and a ‘differently executed’ movie in the commercial Hollywood space, you’ll dig this movie. Interstellar is two different movies trying to be one. The first film features the space stuff, where the protagonist Cooper  is on a mission to save the human race. It’s thrilling, it’s imaginative, it’s gorgeous and it always keeps you on the edge of your seat. The second movie features the protagonist’s children on Earth, hamming, stuck in a cringe-inducing story full of mawkish clichés, doing things no sane adult would do.Interstellar thus showcases both the best and the worst of Nolan.
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  1. nolan! nolan! nolan!

  2. In Nolan we TRUST.

  3. As usual Nolan another masterpiece

  4. Where is mr rai
    This movie is for you

  5. Going to experience Interstellar .... :)

  6. Which nolan you guys mean, Do you even know the real brain behind the nolan you know?

    Read Jonathan Nolan's scripts for Christopher Nolan then think of whom you should chant.

    1. kahey gyaan baat raha hai......this film is co-written by nolans like many others

  7. We meant that Nolan only.:)

  8. my review of ‪#‎INTERSTELLAR‬ :
    Out of this World! Nolan does it again!! [4.5/5]

    The world is changing. And it’s changing for the worst. Crops are dying. Food-crisis is taking over the interests in technology. “People don’t really want engineers but farmers” as one powerfully states. Throwing away hefty share of funds in scientific research & space missions are no more concern of priority. So, NASA is forced to go underground. Human race has the fear to lose its existence, sooner than we believe. One of most intelligent minds at the premise [the veteran Michael Caine] opens up, “We are not meant to save the world. We are meant to leave it”.

    Decoding Christopher Nolan’s mesmeric & equally mystifying world of gigantic prospects irrespective of time & place [mostly space in this case] is the trickiest job for any common movie-watcher like me. So coming up with a proclamation like ‘I am fully done with it”, is nothing but a steep example of audaciousness! I wouldn’t dare! An Ex-NASA pilot Cooper [Played by Matthew McConaughey] is now a farmer with two of his kids & an old father to deal with. Some strange events and his exploratory eyes to see things in their scientific orientation lands him to a space-mission responsibly designed to locate possible rescue-stations in outer world to reinstate mankind in space-colonies. And then starts the tremendously amazing expedition filled with moments of fear, panicky situations, killing betrayals and affecting insights about life.

    INTERSTELLAR is a 2 hour 50 min long canvas of a highly competent & thoroughly manipulative mind called Nolan. He cleverly makes you resting with the most vividly done human emotions in a very enigmatic way and then knocks you off with the layered plots revealing in the most outrageous manner. No wonder if in the first half, you only wait for the ‘Nolan-effect’ [earned authoritatively after the extravagant thriller ‘INCEPTION’] to come and squash & squeeze you from left, right and center, the second half does the needful in more ways than you would imagine. With an astonishing camerawork and persuasive background score by Hans Zimmer, INTERSTELLAR takes you through galaxies, planets with extreme climates, grasping black holes and radiant light patterns falling over various space-objects like some ravishing fireworks in the sky.

    INTERSTELLAR fills you with a magnanimous feeling of being in a celestial world that is enticing to the core, unbelievably real and assertively sharp. Travelling through different time-zones and the race against time to save humanity creates an effervescent, tensed yet disturbingly calm mood to be felt much longer. McConaughey’s rigidly in skin characterization gives film a strong reason to watch. Watch him going through the video messages from his family on earth over the period of 23 long years or him leading the space-expedition with total conviction, he dons the hat of a skilled performer in both. Anne Hathaway as Cooper’s fellow explorer doesn’t impress much though it is not a wasted performance. Jessica Chastain in the role of Cooper’s daughter shines. Matt Damon’s is a shocking surprise best left undisclosed much.

    With a much longer duration, your past gratifying tryst with Alfonso Cuaron’s masterstroke GRAVITY and the astronomical usage of science terminology, film might incite killing impatience in you but just have faith in Chris Nolan and his successive idea to shock, thrill & stun you, despite all odds! INTERSTELLAR is hugely rewarding, considerably relevant, fearlessly inventive, sensitively thrilling and the best you can do with the storytelling and technology amalgamation! Book your Tickets…now! [4.5/5]

    1. why did u skip Happy New Year?

  9. I used to belive just Rajiv masand and raja sen..for true after observing you for few dozen of reviews..i genuinely appreciate your effort. Great going..all d best..:)

  10. Because happy new year not deserve any rating...

  11. My best space movie ever truly masterpiece of nolan 5/5....


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