My Review : Interstellar (2014) – Part 2

I’m sorry for this late post. I promise you to continue my review about interstellar a couple nights ago. But I’m so busy, and i can’t do as i promised.
Weekend to weekend. And now, here i am..
Nearly 1 AM, and i’m still here in front of my laptop. Doing crazy things.
I can’t sleep yet.
I’m running out of sleeping pill.


My friend, Movie Masticator, was gave me a link to a post on his/her blog that talking about similarity between Interstellar and Inception. I found it is interesting. So here is the link.. 😀 Read it and give him a feedback..

If you love sci-fi movie, you’ll never regretted if you’ve watched this movie.
I’ve a little disappointment i guess, but not so many. So it still ok..
3 hours is a very long time for a movie, but you know, enjoying the view of space, stars, black hole and many things like a big wave on a strange planet is wonderful.

“Like Inception (2010) and the last two “Dark Knight” films, Nolan has focused on as many real environments as possible. “We have spatial interiors…we built closed sets and shot it like a documentary like the actors were really there,” he said. Nolan had the film’s visual effects created in advance and projected onto screens placed outside of the spacecraft set, so when the actors looked out the windows of their space vessel they would be able to see and react to a real environment and not a green screen. Technically, Nolan said he shot with an IMAX camera on Interstellar (2014) more than any of his previous pictures. He also wants to give greater enhancement to the audio experience this time around. He also stated that he has “very ambitious sound mix plans. [I want to] give audiences an incredible immersive experience. The technical aspects are going to be more important than any film I’ve made before.” as I quote from IMDb’s trivia page.

Btw, have you seen IMDb’s rating for Interstellar? This movie start from 9,4 last week, but today it was dropped down to 9,0 yeah, but still very good, right?
You can trust this number only if you have watched it already.
But you know you’ve to think to understand what is the story meaning.
Don’t get confused. Just enjoy the movie, and think right away. Don’t lose track.
Because if you understand, you’ll be able to say this is a “good movie, but not that perfect.”

Something more interesting about the main character was, you never know who is Cooper’s first name. It never revealed through the movie. Hell yeah i found it at the end of the movie.
Murph never say Cooper’s first name.. No one mention it!! Amazing right.

The other interesting fact was this is the sixth collaboration between Michael Caine and Christopher Nolan. The other five titles are: Batman Begins (2005), The Prestige (2006), The Dark Knight (2008), Inception (2010) and The Dark Knight Rises (2012)..

The “other” interesting fact was the oft-quoted lines beginning with “Do not go gentle into that good night” are from a poem by Dylan Thomas.

Interesting huh…? 😛
And this is my favorite quote of all..
“Murphy’s law doesn’t mean that something bad will happen. It means that whatever can happen, will happen.” – Apapun yang akan terjadi, akan terjadi.
Yes we know it for sure. What will happen, will happen.

And this is the last interesting trivia facts from interstellar that i know. The film mentions the theory that the moon landings were faked by the government and that Stanley Kubrick directed the TV footage using left over props from 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) which itself is one of the inspirations for Interstellar (2014).

Well, you can find other interesting trivia from this IMDb‘s page.

Still haven’t watch it yet? Oh.. come on..
You didn’t know what you’ve missed. LOL

I need to go sleep now, before i lose my insanity. 😀 😀
Good night!
(Good morning..)

“Do not go gentle into that good night; Old age should burn and rave at close of day. Rage, rage against the dying of the light”


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