Rant by Nate
These next several paragraphs are going to deal specifically with the ending of the new Christopher Nolan film Interstellar. If you have not seen the movie I strongly recommend you not read this as it will reveal some major spoilers.
You have been warned!
Review by Nate
In 1968 Roger Ebert characterized 2001: A Space Odyssey as a film that “fails on the human level but succeeds magnificently on a cosmic scale.” I imagine this was due to the thorny task of blending an epic tale of space travel with the kind of intimacy necessary for a human connection. Almost five decades later, Christopher Nolan has thrown his hat in the ring to create his own space odyssey.
Hold it right there folks! Before you assume we’ve reposted a review from just 5 days ago, check yo’ self! This, my friends, is the Moral Dilemma Dialogue! (You are to be relieved and impressed by that.)
Now that we’ve got that out of the way, Les Miserables is a story which brings up a host of moral dilemmas which all sort of pile on top of each other. A choice made in one dilemma leads to another dilemma. The choice in that dilemma leads to another dilemma… on and on and on with lots of singing. Elliott highlights that well in his review of this film a few days ago, and today Elliott and Tres will be examining one of those dilemmas specifically. Continue Reading
Review by Elliott
Bishop: But remember this, my brother, see in this some higher plan. You must use this precious silver to become an honest man. By the witness of the martyrs, by the Passion and the Blood, God has raised you out of darkness; I have bought your soul for God!