I can honestly can say that Interstellar is one of the best films of the year and my top contender for number one. Philosophical, covering themes of humanity and the environment. As well as exploring the possibility of how far we can go as humans to explore the universe, to see if we matter in the void. I can honestly say this film is 2001 Space Odyssey of our generation. No matter if you love the film or hate it guaranteed you will still be talking about in the future.
I want to start by saying that I’ve never seen a Andrew Dominik film. Which any film buff reading this probably thinks that it’s a crime. Mostly because I’ve never seen The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford. The saddest part is that Dominik’s latest film Killing Them Softly isn't giving me much hope for that film.
The movie begins with three men who plan to rob a illegal gambling ring from the Mafia. The guy who’s…
This movie is epic, instead of blasting us with excessive special effects and action sequences. Bryan Singer is able to take a step back and fleshes out his characters and plot.
This is a brilliant way to show that you could make a thrilling film with talented actors, without bombarding us with action scenes. One of the best X-Men films to date.