Movie: Interstellar (2014)

Interstellar is a 169 minutes Sci-Fi movie which I went to see at the cinema because it was promising =) Most great action movies I love to go and see them at the cinema, in my opinion they are the best movies you can see there because they will just make you stay alert (and not sleep through, because paying money to sleep through something is not a good choice) and the emotions are amplified.

In Resume: Cooper belongs to a lost generation; a former engineer and test pilot, he expected to become an astronaut, but dire economic conditions forced the closure of NASA and the abandonment of the space program. His precocious 10-year-old daughter shares her father's long-ago enthusiasm.
 The path to the new planet is through a wormhole near Saturn. The movie has plenty of technical dialogue and physical demonstrations devoted to how the astronauts will slip through this envelope in space and emerge in a different galaxy near another planet that might support life as we know it. 

Christopher Nolan aims for the stars in this brainy and gargantuan sci-fi epic story where the humankind will one day need to migrate from Earth to some other planet we can call home. This gargantuan enterprise brushes up against science facts, or at least intelligent speculation, as much as it can in an effort to make the idea of leaving and returning to our solar system as dramatically plausible as possible. 

I love the message that circulates throughout the movie that however dark it seems to be or become and even if the light is slowly dying in one place, a reasonable light through a window might appear and be found as long as we try and try. There's no rage here, just a healthy belief in mid-20th century-style Yankee gumption and a can-do attitude.

I'm not a fan of Anne Hathaway but of course Matthew McConaughey had a great performance he is without a doubt a great actor. And in this movie he has again a star performance.

I loved the movie and recommend it to everyone, I dare to say it was one of the best from this year and I give it a 10/10. These types of movies go to my pile to re-watch and re-watch =D

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