REVIEW: Interstellar

Photo: Paramount Pictures

Photo: Paramount Pictures

Chris Luckett

(Rest assured, ye wary of spoilers, there will be no specific spoilers in this review, shy of vague and ambiguous comments about the effect the final leg of the movie has on the whole.)

Interstellar is bound to draw comparisons to other movies, be they to Gravity, Sunshine, or Matthew McConaughey’s own Contact. Oddly enough, though, the movie it might remind you most of is Signs. And a good barometer for how you’ll feel about Christopher Nolan’s latest cinematic spectacle may well depend on how willing you were to accept the third-act developments in M. Night Shyamalan’s 2002 thriller.

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RANKED: Christopher Nolan

Photo: Warner Bros.

Photo: Warner Bros.

Chris Luckett

In less than 20 years, Christopher Nolan has become one of the most important directors working today, dreaming visions larger than most directors’ canvases could contain, yet remaining steadfast in his dedication to traditional filmmaking, being vocally analog in an increasingly digital world.

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