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A wise man once told me "the Majority is always wrong" and if you doubt this. All you need to do is watch this travesty of a movie which is an insult to the intelligence of everyone who paid to see this movie.
No plot, no character development, no dialogue for god sakes, I would be stunned if anybody leaving the theater even knew the names of any character in this "movie"
now I may not be Roger Ebert, but aren't those things I mentioned pretty much essential to ANY movie?
Is it technically amazing as some have stated? perhaps, but I could stare at a Windows 10 background and get the same visuals, the movies need an actual story, actual plot advancement.
The entire movie consisted of basically 2 scenes, a plane flying, and a ship leaking, the end.
my entire section was falling asleep. For me, this was Christopher Nolan living off his name, and critics being paid off, the great reviews that this film has gotten is an affront to the intelligence of the movie goers, and is completely absurd.
By far the worst film of Christopher Nolan, and one of the worst of the year, which means it'll probably win an Oscar. What a joke.
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