Interstellar takes place in a not so distant future and centers on former pilot Cooper (Matthew McConaughey). As the Earth faces its own destruction, Cooper is enlisted by NASA to charter an unknown galaxy in the hopes to find a new home for the human race. However, with many obstacles in their way, can the crew of the endurance complete their mission before its to late?
Seeing that Interstellar is an a sci-fi movie, you would expect a direction that would appeal to the genre as well as mechanics to turn this blockbuster into spectacle. Fortunately, this film delivers in both of those areas. No doubt scientific experts could pull this movie apart, but for the context of the film, the theories and ideas did work thanks to Nolan's direction. When it came to the movie's effect and design, Interstellar was flawless. Christopher Nolan and his crew blended practical and cg effects perfectly which created a variety of beautiful shots and one of the best sequences of the year. Adding to the great effects was the contribution of Han Zimmer's score. Zimmer provided a score that was unique for both the composer and Christopher Nolan's previous films. Needless to say, from effects to the music, Interstellar is undoubtedly the best made film of the year.
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