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cute scene
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>>179702571
Interstellar hit me in the feels man. This scene and the scene where he gets back from the black hole planet are top tier crykino
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>>179702571
no other line in film history has made me cry as hard as that one for some reason
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what a powerful scene
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>>179703016
hole
>>179703038
hole
>>179703049
hole
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>>179703049
the other one that gets me is when he's saying goodbye to murph and he's holding her and he says he's coming back and she says "when?" and that kid's line reading on that single word just fucking rips my heart out
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>>179702571
just based, pure filmmaking. anyone who hates this is just being a contrarian for the sake of it.
this is still the most kino film of our generation.
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>>179703134
hole
>>179703168
hole
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I don’t understand the appeal of this film or why most people are so floored by it.
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>>179703226
not enough space wizards or superfriends, i agree
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>>179703226
You have to have XX chromosomes.
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>>179703134
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9GpmflmcGhU

;_;
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>>179703323
Okay, I'm gonna watch it, bros.
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>>179703226
>I don’t understand the appeal of this film or why most people are so floored by it.
Assuming you will ever in your life meet all of the following criteria, you will start to get it
>white
>over the age of 16
>IQ above the low 80s
>not a hopeless dopamine and novelty addict
>emotional intelligence and empathy more developed than a toddler
However, considering the strong statistical likelihood that you don't even meet the first criteria, you will probably never be able to get it. And that's okay. You still have Marvel and Star Wars.
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>>179703134
>the other one that gets me is when he's saying goodbye to murph
This
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>>179703094
my favorite was when doyle was surfing on the wave planet and said "its interstellar time"
10/10
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he didn't even give a fuck about his son beyond the last video message
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>>179704254
that's why they cast casey affleck, so the audience would understand
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>>179704207
My favorite part of your favorite movie is when Tom Holland, better known as "Spiderman" was le stuttery and awkward around girls! So relatable! That's why I'm meant to be a superhero, and I would be one if my stupid dad wasn't forcing me to work a stupid job for the stupid reason that "I'm a 30 year old man and need to grow up".
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>>179704357
truly the minecraft of sex
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>>179704493
That's right anon, you would get to be just like your hero Spiderman, if it wasn't for all these damn girls. If even a fat ugly girl would give you a chance, maybe you could at least get to be Antman. And why do they have the right to treat you like this? You're a supreme gentleman after all. You should do something about it.
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>>179704534
>>179704357
>can only think of marvelslop
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>>179702571
Come on murph
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>>179704611
>n-n-no i'm not the marvelfag! NO U!
Kek is that really the best you've got? If it wasn't obvious you were a marvelfag before, it sure is now. That weak attempt at banter was so impotent that it betrayed a very specific kind of brain rot. The kind you get from indulging Marvel. So which Marvel movie is your favorite? Tell me which one it is, so I can laugh at you some more.
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>>179702571
This scene made me cry
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>>179704658
woman moment
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>>179702571
Full tears.
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>>179703426
Tell us what you think!
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>>179702571
Mackenzie Foy is gonna look like that when she's older? Meeeeeeeow. Kitty likey.
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>>179702571
Is there a more pretentious film than this pile of crap?
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One of my favorites films but Theres so much wrong with it. For starters the ending is ass and feels so rushed.
A question I always had is : What was the point of Cooper's son narration wise? He served no purpose at all
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>>179704748
>zoom zoom's first non-mcu movie
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>>179704652
Well, the only spider man i like is Tobey Maguire. I havent watched marvelslop since infinity war faggot
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>>179704793

The whole thing is stupid
It's easier to build massive space arks than to solve a crop sickness
Let's go to the massive ocean world that will age us by decades first, just because
There is a magical zone in a black hole that someone build just because
While in this zone, he only tries to communicate with a ten year old girl to send a message she was incapable of understanding at the time
These same advanced people don't send him back to before his daughter was dying

>>179704819
You faggots are deranged
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>>179704793
Not all characters in a movie have to play very important roles. His son seems redundant for most of the movie, but he does have one moment of importance, and that is in the second half of the movie where he is in conflict with Murph. There needed to be stakes and pressure with Murph in the house. If she was an only child, just living in the house alone, she never would have had to set the field on fire, or have any doubt about being able to get in the house, or rush through her room to find clues before he could make it back to the house. He added stakes, pressure, and uncertainty to that critically important part of the story. That alone justifies his entire character I think.
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>>179704888
>The whole thing is stupid
>It's easier to build massive space arks than to solve a crop sickness
>Let's go to the massive ocean world that will age us by decades first, just because
>There is a magical zone in a black hole that someone build just because
>While in this zone, he only tries to communicate with a ten year old girl to send a message she was incapable of understanding at the time
>These same advanced people don't send him back to before his daughter was dying

it's clear from your comments that you're the stupid one who doesn't understand simple plot points the movie spells out for you kekmao
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>>179704888
This reminds me of that Einstein quote, on how it's better to remain silent.
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>>179704978
>>179704979

I accept your defeat
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>>179704846
>the only Marvel I like is the good Marvel, it's not at all like that other Marvel, it's good Marvel because I like it
>I haven't watched marvelslop since two months ago when I went to see my new favorite marvelslop movie, The Transcredible Mx. Nighthawk, faggot
And he winds it up with a literal confession that he's a marvelfag. Kek!
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hole movie
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>>179705047
>>179704676
>>179703244
>>179703126
Holy shit, go outside and try to get laid you fucking lunatic. Spamming about your seething hatred of women in a discussion about Interstellar on a Bhutanese pagoda construction forum is in no way healthy or normal. Please, go for a fat chick if you must. You are going to end up killing yourself and others if you continue on like this.
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>>179704993
ok faggot
>It's easier to build massive space arks than to solve a crop sickness
the crop sickness is the entire planet's ecosystem dying off from climate change
they don't build massive space arks, they "solve the problem of gravity" meaning they can easily leave the planet and spread across the solar system

>There is a magical zone in a black hole that someone build just because
humanity from some distant point in the future where they've transcended the 3 dimensions built it specifically for him
>While in this zone, he only tries to communicate with a ten year old girl to send a message she was incapable of understanding at the time
because, in the movie's story, love is quantifiable and he uses that to find murph, he literally couldn't have communicated with anyone else
>These same advanced people don't send him back to before his daughter was dying
they don't send him back in time at all

fucking retard
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>>179705103
Engaging in sexual acts whit no plan on reproducing isn't the answer. They do need to grow up, though.
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>>179702571
i despise this movie, just pure pseud writing
it's what i imagine Lex Fridman bases his entire shtick on
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>>179705134
>climate change
Yep, complete bullshit right off the bat.
Negates the whole movie
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>>179705210
It's pure Oscar bait bullshit and feeds off people emotions in order to mask how stupid it all is
>y-y-you don't believe we went to the moon?
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>>179705235
>retard demonstratedly didn't understand the movie
>moves goalposts
you're one of those faggots that thinks they were dead the whole time in lost, aren't you, faggot
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>>179705047
black hole movie

HAHAH
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>>179705161
You're playing a dangerous game anon. While I'm also generally in favor of proper sexual hygiene, this person is going to go on a murder-suicide rampage if he doesn't get laid immediately. This anon is a threat to himself and others. There are degenerates out there who will fuck him, so now is not the time to sacrifice the good for the ideal. I want to defuse this bomb and help this guy get out of his rut. If I didn't want to be constructive, I'd be bragging to him about the absolute ecstasy I lived in for years when I started coming into my looks and money, and the sexiest young women who would have been indifferent to me before started chasing me and doing every dirty thing I wanted all the time, and how futile it would be for him to chase that, as I happened to very luckily get my money in a once-in-a-lifetime chance.
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>>179705259
I never watched Lost. It's mystery box bullshit that only faggots engage with
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>>179705134
>they don't build massive space arks
Right, that's why at the end of the movie he's on a massive ship that replicates his farm
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>>179705278
Just needs a little bit of oxytocin. Talking to a human is a good start, maybe a hug, but full on twisting nipples and shit, that's for a latter day.
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>>179705303
>space station = MASSIVE SPACE ARK
okay, retard
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>>179705210
>pure pseud writing
The main co-writer is 10x award winning theoretical physicist Kip Thorne, you absolute retard. And two of those 10 awards are the highest possible honors in the field, the Breakthrough Prize and the Nobel Prize. If this guy is a "pseud" then you're the literal vermin that my terrier leaves lying dead in my backyard.
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>>179705374
Sure anon. I bet you believe Bill Nye is an actual scientist
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>>179705414
You know, you don't have to troll. I give you permission to be human.
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>>179705414
...okay retard. I'm not sure what that was supposed to mean. Do you deny that Kip Thorne exists? Do you deny that he actually won the highest possible honors in theoretical physics ten times? Go ahead and make that case for me, and make sure you tighten your tinfoil first. Can't have it slipping off, because then you might not post your insane ramblings and I won't get to laugh at you.
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>>179705442
So, that's a yes
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>>179703226
because its emotional and well made.
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>>179705449
>Astrobiologist David Grinspoon criticized the dire "blight" situation on Earth portrayed in the early scenes, pointing out that even with a voracious blight it would have taken millions of years to reduce the atmosphere's oxygen content. He also notes that gravity should have pulled down the ice clouds
Shit movie is shit
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>>179705374
Kip Thorne being involved doesn't make the Christopher and Jonathan Nolan contributions any less pseudolicious
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>>179705534
see >>179705442
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flick for the weak sex
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>>179705134
>humanity from some distant point in the future where they've transcended the 3 dimensions built it specifically for him
Holy deus ex machina
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>>179705598
>Holy deus ex machina
Holy faggot who's seen people use that term but doesn't know what it means
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>>179705374
He didn’t write shit, the script is all Nolan and his brother and he was just a consultant
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>>179705480
They weren't leaving because there was no oxygen, it's because there was no food.
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>>179704207
this scene gave me a hardon
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>>179705546
the Nolans are precisely what makes it pseudtrash though. there's nothing Thorne could've done to stop it than get himself or someone else to write it. it has all the hallmarks of what I dislike about other pretentious Nolan works.
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>>179705629
Wrong. Did you even watch the movie? Michael Caine specifically said they would all suffocate eventually
>>179705608
Your seething is duly noted
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>>179702571
What's your dads promised you fellow anons?
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>>179704140
I check all those criteria and the movie is still inane, like Avatar.
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>>179705684
I'm sure that's your real honest opinion about a this movie that you saw, and you're not just looking for attention.
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>>179705696
>Your seething is duly noted
why do retards always say this shit when their faggotry is called out?
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>>179705696
No. You clearly didn't see it though.
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>>179705746
I wish I hadn't
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>>179705710
>I check all those criteria
Sure anon, and I'm about to go get in private jet to Belize to stay in one of my mansions where I have hundreds of the world's sexiest women and priceless works of art and artefacts.
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Christopher Nolan is a really fucking weird director. His movies have a strange hypnotic quality to them that causes people to overlook their flaws like their clunky dialogue, sterile tone, terrible sound mixing, ridiculous plot threads and stilted acting. But despite all of that his films are still engaging to watch and they have a visceral emotional impact on people which is why audiences love him so much. This is made even more bizarre by how materialistic his films are on the surface. He intentionally designs his films to look like grey humorless wastelands and are void of creativity. He treats superheroes with seriousness and realism, he takes imagination away from dreams, he makes interstellar travel seem like a wasteful chore. Nolan cares more about concepts and ideas than he does characters and their psychology, so even though his dialogue is so blatant it’s still unusually difficult to understand what his films are really “about.” For any other director these problems would ruin their films, yet somehow for Nolan they are precisely what make his movies enjoyable. His movies still tug at people’s heartstrings.

I haven’t seen any other director be so effective despite these contradictions and flaws. Either he’s by far the biggest hack working in the film industry today or he’s secretly the greatest genius of our time.
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>>179703226
Not enough quips
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>>179705755
Good thing you didn't. And you're clearly a bot. Cause you don't know how important it is to have food.
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>>179705374
So he's not a writer nor a storyteller.
And it shows
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>>179705713
it's exactly what I've thought of the movie since viewing it. me not fitting in your worldview is telling of your imagination-lacking pseudfaggot nature. this movie doesn't resonate deeply with people that can see through the retardation.
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>>179705801
>So he's not a writer nor a storyteller.
>And it shows
>>179705622
>He didn’t write shit

Pick one.
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>>179705804
No. You're just an overconfident shitskin that can't follow nonlinear stories, cause your ancestors didn't have to prepare for the winter.
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>>179705774
I'm sure that's true. It's totally compatible with the profile of the mainstream high budget subpar flicks defender getting angry on a cow climbing chinese forum
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>>179705842
>being this reductive
>irrelevant assumptions
interesting way to concede. better luck next time.
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DUDE LOVE LMAO
MY CUNT AND EYES ARE DRIPPING LOL
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>>179705789
Okay retard. Try not looking at your phone while you watch movies
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6RcB0RjGNG8
Can you manage to make it to the 56 seconfd mark?
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>>179705779
There is a certain subset of people who are tricked by products who look/feel intellectual/deep on a surface level just becasue they are somber/slow and magniloquent
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>>179705876
No. I've just met many people in Latin America that all say the same thing. I'm sorry that your cushy environment didn't give rise to a mature temporal lobe.
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>>179704207
Why did this make me laugh so hard, holy kek
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>>179705904
That's not what he said retard. He said, those that won't starve to death, because there's no more blight free food for humans, will suffocate. Meaning, humans will be long gone before that happens. Learn English, and maybe then you can come back and talk about how much you like the movie.
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>>179705779
>terrible sound mixing
It's not "terrible" mixing, you're just poor. Christopher Nolan has been very explicit on multiple occasions that he is not mixing for substandard speakers. He is mixing for Dolby 7.1, because that is what gives you the intended immersive experience of his movies. And if that sounds garbled and unintelligible when compressed down to your 4.1cm mono bluetooth speaker, that's not really his fault is it? Mixers nowadays mix with a compromise mindset of making a mix that will sound acceptable on the widest possible array of systems. They never optimize audio for a particular system, and that is because people watch/listen to things through different kinds of systems. But Christopher Nolan is a film director, not a rock band, and as such, he intends for his sound to be heard in a specific place: a movie theater with Dolby 7.1. Therefor, he mixes in a way that takes full advantage of that system, rather than mixing in a compromised way that is just passable on many kinds of systems. That's not terrible mixing. The guy has enough rank to call up Chris Lord-Alge at 3AM and have him in the studio at 9. He's certainly not hiring subpar engineers. You're just seeing the mix out of context because you're not listening to it on its intended system.
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>>179706017
Hello Jonathan Nolan. Even in theaters his movies sound like shit and you can’t hear the dialogue properly
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>>179705995
>how much you like the movie
I don't though
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>>179705921
>Why did this make me laugh so hard
I'd wager a good sum that it was because of your sub-bronze skin tone and sub-adult age.
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>>179705995
>Learn English
Okay retard. So Astrobiologist David Grinspoon is wrong because you say so?
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>>179706017
I saw it in the cinema and half of the dialogue was still unintelligible due to the scoring drowning it all out.
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BANE???
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>>179706073
Maybe in Brazil. Here in America, our theaters can afford Dolby surround sound. Your "theaters" are probably just an improvised assortment of random stage monitors all playing the sound back in mono.
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>>179706106
It's designed that why so you don't realize how dumb it all is
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>>179706104
I'm saying, he was probably fed wrong information by someone like you, that doesn't know how to communicate in nonmeme ironic form.
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Imagine being this much of a Nolanfag, holy shit.
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>>179706106
Because all "cinemas" in Rio de Janeiro are improvised, temporary structures built to third world specifications. In real countries, the theaters have Dolby 7.1 or Atmos.
>>179706126
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>>179702571
decent movie, Foy mogged everyone
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Boring as fuck movie. Fuck space and science
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>>179706170
Why?
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>>179705841
it wasn’t even that long
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(Scene opens with Cooper standing on a rocky outcropping overlooking a vast ocean. In the distance, we see Doyle surfing on TARS, who is using its robotic arms to manipulate the waves. Cooper watches in awe as Doyle expertly maneuvers the robot through the waves.)

Cooper: (to himself) Woah dude! That's stellar.

(Doyle sees Cooper and yells out to him)

Doyle: (yelling) Nah man, INTERstellar!

(TARS, who has been programmed with a sense of humor, chimes in)

TARS: (in its robotic voice) Hell yeah!

(The scene continues with Doyle and TARS continuing to surf, as Cooper watches in amazement. The camera cuts back and forth between shots of Doyle and TARS on the waves and Cooper's reactions. Eventually, Doyle comes back to shore and joins Cooper on the rocky outcropping.)

Doyle: (panting) That was amazing! I've never felt so alive.

Cooper: (laughing) I can see that. I've never seen anything like it.

Doyle: (smiling) TARS and I make a pretty good team, huh?

Cooper: (nodding) Yeah, you do. But I think I'll stick to my own two feet.

(The scene ends with Cooper and Doyle laughing as they watch the sunset over the ocean.)
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>>179705870
The only reason it's not compatible with that is because said forum is full of shitskins, schizos, underage b&, and truly subhuman retards, all of which are so prevalent, I have to assume you are at least one until proven otherwise.
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>>179706227
>TARS
That shit was legit embarrassing to look at. Who was the retard who designed that piece of crap?
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This movie is reddit incarnate. Just look at this thread.
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>>179706237
Exactly, sorry for giving people the benefit of the doubt and trying to find out what they're actually trying to say.
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>>179706264
I wanted to like it, but I see why people shit on Nolan now
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>>179706257
Mojang
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>>179706276
What benefit of the doubt do you think is warranted here? Do you not realize how insane that sounds? You're on a forum, crammed to the brim with shitskins, expressing a shitskin opinion, and then acting like I shouldn't make any assumptions. That is beyond mental illness. It's like if you went to 99% Muslim Saudi Arabia, you assumed some random guy in a turban was a Muslim, he got mad that you made that assumption, and then he actually was a Muslim. I mean come on anon.
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>>179706332
You don't understand. When someone says something that doesn't fully make sense, or is off slightly, I don't jump the gun an place a label on them. I ask them questions and find out how I should treat them.
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>>179702571
nice thread until the spergs derailed it
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>>179706393
You only like threads with trolling. Perhaps you should go back to /toy/.
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>>179705235
It's a science fiction film, idiot.
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>film
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>>179706491
It has to have a believable premise though and it doesn't
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>>179704140
No you have to be underage to love this movie as much as you retards do.
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>>179706542
What's not believable? That nothing stays the same?
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>>179706542
>climate change
>"unbelievable premise"
You absolute fucking subhuman. The climate has changed radically in earth's history thousands of fucking times. There used to be way more oxygen. It used to be hotter and more humid. The oceans used to be more violent. There used to be no ice sheets. There used to be fewer mountains. The Sahara used to be a big Mediterranean meadow. And natural climate change isn't even where this stops, as we have already seen multiple examples of manmade climate change. Abos turned Australia's subtropical jungle landscape into the barren desert we know today by burning down everything in their path to hunt. The Soviets turned the extremely delicate ecosystem of the Aral sea into a gigantic desert full of dried-out old ships that sunk long ago, and they fucked up the water cycle so bad with the Great Transformation of Nature that the central Asian stan countries are probably going to be going to war over water in a decade or so. Climate change is not an "unbelievable premise" you utter and complete spastic.
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>>179706569
That all crops, even those protected, will suddenly start to die for some reason. It's bullshit.
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>>179706642
Didn't read. I can see I insulted your religion though
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>>179706670
>Didn't read
Why do illiterates always brag about being illiterate?
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with Jonathan Nolan on board the best your character writing can get is on par with Westworld
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>>179706645
The faster an organism can reproduce, the faster it can adapt. Insects can adapt to insecticides within a growing season, and we can't cure the common cold. So, what are you talking about. Blight or any other disease can outpace plant pathologist ability to find solutions.
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>>179702571
This movie fucking sucks
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>>179706436
no, i like threads about movies that aren't just "YOU LIKE IT? LOL YOU FAGGOT" "YOU DON'T LIKE IT? YOU FUCKING IDIOT"
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>>179706723
we read good. we dont just read retard noises.
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>>179706854
anything but agreeing with OP is trolling when it comes to Nolanfag threads
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Only midwits and third worlders like this film.
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>>179706886
>we read good
Lol. Fuck off shitskin. You are so fucking black that absolutely no light can escape you. You turn a bright summer day into a grey dusk just by stepping outside.
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>>179706854
In this thread: it was people being earnest talking about how it was good, and the otherside was trolling with meme statements, similar to what you said. Maybe if the janny knew how to discern what trolling was, you wouldn't have to deal with it.
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>>179706920
Neither such people have Faustian spirit you retard. There is absolutely no appeal in this movie for anybody who isn't a white man of good character.
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>no one is dumping pics of Murph

Maybe /tv/ really is healing
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>>179702571
boomers actually claimed this was the best movie of all time lmao
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>>179707333
It's over
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>>179707394
boomers were in their 60s when interstellar came out, retard
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>>179707399
>>179707333
wtf, stop getting digits u pedos
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>>179702571
movie is so fuckin gay

>dude it's us from the future telling us how to tell us how to do a thing with LOVE!
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>>179704793
His son is a symbol of continuing ignorance and depression
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>>179702571
Interstellar is stupid. Their main problem is their crops dying due to blight which is caused by farming GMO and monoculture. Your regular permaculture farmer can easily solve this problem by planting a variety of crops combined with composting. There is no need for them to go to space.
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I hate Interstellar with passion.
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>>179703168
Easily the best theater experience I have ever had. Felt like a whole day had gone by after I when it was finished.

Though on the rewatch at home you really start to notice the clunky dialogue and turbo shitty exposition. Still a incredibly kino despite all its flaws but it's a movie you really should only watch on the big screen there its biggest strengths (visuals and music) are at their best.
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>>179708586
>needs music and visuals to distract from the shitty plot
kek
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This movie has four distinct camps
>onions beards that think it has no flaws and is the best movie ever (redditors)
>people that love it but acknowledge all its flaws (based ones)
>people that think it's simply ok
>retards that hate it because they somehow were unable to understand a Chris "the exposition man" Nolan movie (specifically the retards that think love was some actual force in the movie belong in this camp)
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>>179708738
>shitty plot
Nothing wrong with the plot. It's relatively simple and engaging. The problems are in the clunky dialogue, the weird decisions made by the characters and the turbo shitty moments of exposition.
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>>179703094
he didnt say that
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>>179708871
Yes he did.
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>>179702571
I rewatched recently, and sorry it doesnt hold as good as on first watch. First watch you are like explorer with the main characters, its really fun and great looking and emotionally impactful. But on rewatch, especially the third act is complete mess. Nolans could write anything in third act and would be probably better than what they did. Completely dumb, and im not even talking about the black hole, just everything about third act stinks. And im not very demanding like some other people, im aware than this is Science FICTION, so fiction is part of it but it just doesnt work even with internal logic in the show.
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>>179708849
the third act plot is absolute fucking dogshit. Nolans made experiment we will write the most dogshit trash on earth and we'll see if out fanboys and retarded fans will eat this shit up.
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>>179705779
From little glimpses like the uncanny valley aspects of Tenet can tell he has the capacity for some really eldritch schizo-autist science fiction on the level of Shane Carruth's unmade screenplays if he wasn't chasing maximum general audience to get funding in the first place, imagine A Topiary or The Modern Ocean directed by Nolan
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>>179708586
This.
>seeing the Saturn scene for the first time in 70mm IMAX in London
You could unironically feel the air go out of the room
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>>179711663
What I find grating is the clear impression that he gets his hands on good ideas and solid scripts, but then he says: "This is really good, but the lowest common denominator wouldn't get it: lower it's IQ by 20"
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>>179711925
And avoiding rated R wherever possible to maximise butts in seats
Matthew Modine's retarded death in TDKR is entirely a result of them filming him being flung into the air by the batmobile or whatever, crashing down into the asphalt violently (same sort of bungee rig as the soldier janked into the air by a beach explosion at the beginning of Dunkirk) & them deciding it would get them an immediate R rating for being too brutal so they cut around it clunkily in post



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