"Interstellar" is a chronicle about the great adventure of a group of adventurers. They used the new discovery about cosmic black hole to pass the normal limits in the space travel, conquer immense space on a journey through the galaxy ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Interstellar chronicles the adventures of a group of explorers who make use of a newly discovered wormhole to surpass the limitations on human space travel and conquer the vast distances involved in an interstellar voyage.
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Iain B (gb) wrote: Nice and short and quite amusing in places too
Dave R (ru) wrote: Well it was pretty silly movie don't even know why they call it space milkshake it was alright
King L (br) wrote: Interesting movie based on life of the adult film actress Linda Lovelace and the controversy surrounding her film "Deep Throat." It outlines how she got into the business and how she was badly mistreated behind the scenes. I found this movie very nostalgic because it takes place during the early 1970s which is when I was in high school, the music, clothing styles and cars hearken back to those days.
Jay B (es) wrote: Ridiculous and disgusting... but in a fun way!
James R (kr) wrote: The underrated Angus MacFadyen really brought Blackbeard to life in this movie. Since seeing him in Equilibrium I'd have watched this movie just to watch him act; as he was superb in hat film, he was also awesome in this one. The rest of the film was not quite at the same level, though the dueling was exciting and Rachel Caine(?) was hot.
Dana L (fr) wrote: IS THIS HONESTLY A MOVIE? I DIDNT EVEN LOOK THIS UP...
Edward H (jp) wrote: I thought this movie was a HOOT!
Steve S (br) wrote: ***Due to the recent RT changes that have basically ruined my past reviews, I am mostly only giving a rating rather than a full review.***
Mark P (mx) wrote: An interesting, if basically forgettable addition to Paul Newman's filmography. It's clear that the makers were trying to get to a point of "gritty realism" in this tale of Cops working the beat in the Bronx of the late 70's. Yet, as the disclaimer at the beginning of the film reminds us, there are good people who live in the Bronx, even if this movie focuses on the criminal element. That's kind of the whole problem. Newman is clearly game for whatever. The film also has an interesting structure, with events that seem crucially important never being resolved. I can see that they were trying for a "real world" aspect, with horrible crimes just becoming one more unsolved mystery.The tone shifts to be more about the cops, and the violence that such a stressful situation breeds. However, there's an air of Hollywood unreality that sorta permeates the film. Everything's a little too simple, the criminals a little too much like they walked off the set of "Starskey and Hutch." The team wanted to do something interesting here, but the pieces don't quite fit.
Jon B (it) wrote: they must've been running out of ideas when they wrote this screenplay. i cant figure out what is so frightening about rock that expands when it comes in contact with water. kinda bizarre.
Andrea D (nl) wrote: This is the prime example of a piece of cinema that would not make sense in any other time period than when it was made -- the concept is pretty questionable of a 30 something rich bachelor falling for a teenager "blossoming into womanhood" (blegh). I mean, the opening song "Thank Heaven For Little Girl" is sang by a smarmy 60 year old man with a twinkle in his eye like Winnie the Pooh staring at a pot of honey for godsakes. And yet, and yet...I cant help loving this charming tale! Is it the romantic parisian setting? The catchy tunes? Gigi (Leslie Caron)'s infectious energy and smile? Bachelor Gaston (Louis Jourdan)'s handsome expressions and french accent? I'm baffled by how much I love this movie and I'll be humming "The Night They Invented Champagne" for far longer than I'd like to admit after watching this film.
Teija R (ag) wrote: Yksi versio Bram Stokerin Draculasta. Pettymys. Ei vetnyt lhimainkaan vertoja sille versiolle, jossa Gary Oldman nytteli kreivi Draculaa.
Leonard D (gb) wrote: I enjoyed this for being a fun summer action flick, but as for the characters and the story...um...yeah. Very typical of Stephen Sommers to take some of the most iconic horror movie monsters, and turn them into childish, theme park type versions of circus de sole. Even for Dracula's brides, not only were their performances over the top, but they were also pretty hot. Not saying much though. They almost make you spray your pants at the sight of them!As for Kate Beckinsale, MAD Magazine pretty much summed up her character in one page! A werewolf drooling at the sight of her! Another problem which I have with her, is being extremely acrobatic, and not breaking a single freakin bone in her body since she was tossed and knocked around in all the action scenes! And the only thing which defeated her, is a nice bed chair! C'MON, REALLY!!? Shows to prove that this film is nothing but a live action cartoon! After all is said and done,still, you can have fun if you don't take it too seriously.