Interstellar

Interstellar

  • PG-13
  • 2014
  • 169 min
  • USA, UK
  • adventure, drama, science fiction
9/10

A team of explorers travel through a wormhole in space in an attempt to ensure humanity's survival.

Director: Christopher Nolan

Screenwriters: Jonathan Nolan, Christopher Nolan

Stars: Matthew McConaughey, Jessica Chastain, Anne Hathaway

Interstellar represents more of the thrilling, thought-provoking, and visually resplendent filmmaking moviegoers have come to expect from writer-director Christopher Nolan, even if its intellectual reach somewhat exceeds its grasp.

Director


  • Christopher Nolan
    Christopher Nolan

    Christopher Jonathan James Nolan (born July 30, 1970) is a British/American film director, screenwriter and producer. He is known for writing and directing such critically acclaimed films as Memento (2000), Insomnia (2002),

Main Cast


Crew


Producer: Lynda Obst, Christopher Nolan, Emma Thomas

Editor: Lee Smith

Casting: John Papsidera, Dixie Webster

Director Of Photography: Hoyte van Hoytema

Original Music Composer: Hans Zimmer

Costume Design: Mary Zophres

Executive Producer: Jordan Goldberg, Jake Myers, Kip Thorne, Thomas Tull

Production Design: Nathan Crowley

Sound: Gary Rizzo, Gregg Landaker, Richard King, Mark Weingarten

Visual Effects: Paul J. Franklin, Andrew Lockley, Ian Hunter, Scott R. Fisher

Content


Tagline: Mankind was born on Earth. It was never meant to die here.

Genres: adventure, drama, science fiction

Certificate: PG-13

Categories: black hole, time paradox, space travel, dust storm, spaceship, dystopia, famine, nasa, scientist, saving the world, expedition, astronaut, wormhole, race against time, astrophysics, relativity, single parent, father daughter relationship

Details


Year: 2014

Runtime: 169 min

Country: USA, UK, Canada

Language: English

Color: Color

Aspect Ratio: 2.39 : 1

Sound Mix: Datasat, Dolby Digital, IMAX 6-Track, Dolby Surround 7.1

Reviews


  • Scott Marks (San Diego Reader)

    There are many words to describe Interstellar. Entertainment isn't one of them.

  • Ben Sachs (Chicago Reader)

    After the first hour, with its poignant depiction of humanity's decline, Interstellar always seems to be rebuilding its momentum, offering plenty to think about but little to hold on to.

  • Richard Roeper (Chicago Sun-Times)

    This is one of the most beautiful films I have ever seen.

  • Christopher Orr (The Atlantic)

    Interstellar may be a preposterous epic, but it is an epic nonetheless.