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Friday, November 28, 2014

Top Five Annoying Things About "Interstellar"

5) over-use of loud dramatic music, in the absence of real drama

4) the subtle message that NASA is awesome and will save humanity

3) hints that the earth was (is?) destroyed by over-population and global warming but without really saying that; purposefully vague, perhaps to avoid turning off conservatives? Implication of massive human death but a totally detached, lame, sterile presentation of that ugly reality.

2) the initial promising hints that extra-terrestrials were aiding humans gives way to dumb and annoying idea that man is alone in universe and can back in time to help save humanity.

1) the perverse use of the idea that the Apollo moon landings were faked, is government propaganda meant to cover-up the space program.

Many other annoying things about the movie actually--
1) it was too long
2) dumb and not explained how Cooper survives going through a black hole and ends up near Saturn
3) no hint of any animals in the movie or other, non-human life
4) no hint of numerology or conspiracy clues in the movie
5) the robots that man relies on (though they were amusing enough)-- but just annoying that they only showed men and robots in the movie.
6) the crap about love being a real force

That being said, the movie was watchable and had some cool things. I liked the presentation of relativity and time dilation/contraction. There were some good plot twists.

Here's some other problems-- here and here.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

The use of loud music and sound effects making it difficult to hear spoken words make it hard to understand why people buy surround sound types of systems for use with their television sets.

11:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Re: #4) no hint of numerology or conspiracy clues in the movie.

The spherical wormhole was perfectly positioned in the orbit of saturn....

7:49 PM  

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