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.
Quick note: I would have had his posted sooner, but our vacation fell at the time of writing my review.
Review by Tres
Time travel with awesome affects is probably the best way I can describe X-Men: Days of Future Past.
I have already read a couple different “fanboy” sites where the movie is getting beat up because it doesn’t hold true to the 1981 comic story line.