The magic of movies, amazing.
I still think this movie had one of the best scores of all time. Hans Zimmer is really something else.
It's always cool to see Nolan being so hands-on during the making of his films. And he's always still wearing the suit.
This is probably why I like Nolan, he doesn't use CG anymore than he needs to.
Interstellar Blu-ray has I'd say Lord of the Rings quality behind the scenes footage. I highly recommend watching it all.
Interstellar is one of my favourite sci fi movies because of how well written it is. It's also (mostly) scientifically accurate, which I appreciate.
Just watched this again yesterday and wondered about all the zero g stuff! Now I know, thanks OP!
Also, was the construct in gargantua from the ‘future’? Because Coop would have had to succeed for the construct to be made in the ‘future’, which is a paradox right?
The scene matt damon wakes up and starts crying is such a powerful moment. Like it got to the point of desperation of him thinking he will never see anyone again that would be his response. Even though he is the villain I felt sympathetic towards him.