Friday, 7 November 2014

Interstellar review by ANIZ FILMVALA

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‘Interstellar’ Directed by Christopher Nolan the genius who has given ‘Inception’ and many of the ‘Batman’ series creates a space-epic with magnificent visualization and a voyage to the stars with taxing to understand.

The film features a team of space travelers who travel through a wormhole in search of a new habitable planet. Crops are ravaged by disfigurement dust storms and mankind has to leave the planet for search survival.

Cooper [McConaughey] a former NASA pilot and farmer lives with his family, his ten year-old daughter Murph believes their house is preoccupied by a ghost that is trying to converse to her. Cooper discovers that the "ghost" is an unidentified shape of intellect sending those oblique messages by means of gravitational waves altering the dust on the floor, directing them to a secret NASA installation led by Professor Brand [Michael Caine]. Cooper and his co pilots Doyle [Bentley], Romilly [Gyasi], Brand alluring daughter Amelia [Hathaway] and TARS [Irwin] multi-purpose robot are recruited to pilot Endurance, an experimental spacecraft in search of a possible habitat where human can continue to exist.

The space expedition goes through some mind boggling encounters especially a sea storm is an edge of the seat experience. German music composer Hans Zimmer creates atmospheric rhythmic resonance of the space. Academy Award winner Matthew McConaughey [Dallas Buyers Club] yet again gives a stellar performance.

The film is not about any space thrills or a fantasy characters but an ominous insight into the galaxy with realistic approach and a experience for a brain drain.

Matthew McConaughey
Anne Hathaway
Jessica Chastain
Michael Caine
Bill Irwin
Ellen Burstyn

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