Interstellar Interstellar - Movie Review

I went and revisited interstellar a second time this weekend, and God did I cry like my mom when she’s watching the Korean soap operas. Knowing the plot made everything all the more intense, almost unbearably so. I recommend watching it before sleep, because my eyes ached the whole day from all the tears…

Interstellar is a grand synthesis of story telling and visual FXs. The distant galaxies, the foreign planets, and our own Earth viewed from space; Cooper, Brand, Murph, and Doctor Mann… It left me speechless, for the second time.

Sitting on the slightly broken chair in the porch, the world has turned a vintage yellow, a colour from the distant past, Cooper’s gaze fixated on something far away, “We used to look up at the sky and wonder at our place in the stars, now we just look down and worry about our place in the dirt.” There was little anger, only indignation, a man’s yearning for a time that is long gone…

I’m not the goosebumpy type of person (always jealous of those people who could feel the shiver going down their spine), but I shivered like mad and started crying. There was an eery connection between the message and what I was feeling, and it was not even 20 minutes in…

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