Interstellar Review: A Movie as Majestic, Slow and Sad as Space

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It’s fair to say that Interstellar, the hotly anticipated science fiction film from director Christopher Nolan, is his darkest, slowest-moving and most uncompromising work yet

This is not exactly the kind of thing a studio like Paramount may relish about a big-budget holiday season movie, especially not one opening November 7, the same weekend as Big Hero 6, Disney’s animated superhero spectacular. But it’s hard to spin this as a thrilling space epic. The action sequences are few and far between, and unlike in Nolan’s last complex big-budget epic, Inception, they are not played for Matrix-like fun Read more…

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