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#101 Eli


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Posted 27 May 2015 - 10:40 AM

I found 'Gravity' much more watchable as a movie than I did with my first viewing of 'Interstellar', possibly because 'Gravity' has a more linear and predictable storyline, though its ending could have been a little better than an abrupt 'cut' as she staggers off. 



I found Gravity more watchable as it finished after 90 mins instead of 180 mins ;)


I'm not a huge sci-fi fan but struggled through both Interstellar and Gravity. I can certainly appreciate the cinematography and special effects in both, and also appreciate why people enjoyed them.


It has been quite a while since I saw Interstellar, but I had one question that someone here may be able to answer, if you haven't seen the film please don't click the spoiler.


#102 G M Fude

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Posted 27 May 2015 - 11:17 AM

Eli, it does not pay to dig around plot holes in a Christopher Nolan film!  There are usually so many you could fall right in  :)

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Posted Yesterday, 11:01 PM

Good movie but could've been a great movie if what was for me the core of the story, his relationship with his daughter, didn't peter out in the third act.