Saw Interstellar in IMAX. It takes suspension of disbelief into a whole new ridiculous level.
The movie is like an operatic drama than a sci fi film. I agree with each and every word of Ritz review. For me the worst scene was where Cooper sees Murphy’s childhood bedroom and speaks with her as the “ghost” from her childhood and sends codes through the seconds hand of the clock to save “humanity”. I could not care about the film beyond that point. Ritz has raised many valid points about many aspects here.
I would like to concentrate on one aspect which i found almost laughable. I find the time dilation theory hard to digest. Suppose you are from Jupiter and i am from Earth. In 2 years i become 2 years old according to earth hours and you become 1 year old according to your planet hours. But your body has spent 2 years of earth hours. Then how will you be younger than me?
The science in interstellar for time dilation is laughable.
“A lack of gravity is the main cause for these intense alterations. Gravity is one of the most important forces at work on Earth, and it plays an immense role in the majority of our bodily systems. Take the muscles, for example. Older peoples’ muscles tend to shrink and atrophy as they age and become less mobile. Astronauts’ muscles react in a similar way because they are barely used. That’s why astronauts in space for extended periods of time use special exercise machines to help mitigate this effect.”Anne Hathaway Christopher Nolan Interstellar Matt Damon Matthew McConaughey Member Reviews Reviews