When a director as powerful as Christopher Nolan makes a space adventure drama, you know its going to be interesting. And you know it’s going to be confusing.
In Interstellar, Earth turns into a environmental catastrophe that can no longer sustain human existence. Cooper (Matthew McConaughey) is a former NASA test pilot turned into a corn farmer. Cooper now lives with his daughter, son, and father-in-law. They survive purely on corn, as the Earth gradually gets worse without showing any chance of stopping. Then, through a mysterious “ghost” that Cooper’s daughter Murph discovers, they find coordinates to a secretively hidden NASA base. After reaching the secret base, he is sent on a mission to go through a wormhole created by a group called “They” along with a few other astronauts. From there, the film goes through many twists and turns, making the film more and more interesting.
In my opinion, Interstellar is easily the most anticipated movie of 2014. I…
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