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Forgive the science flaws and expand your suspension of disbelief...Interstellar is the best movie in years!
Personally I have not noticed any science flaws in the movie. That's simply because I enjoyed it the way it was - an extraordinary journey through time and space, directed and written by one of the best directors/writers of our generation, Christopher Nolan (and we shouldn't forget his brother, Jonathan). For some people, the suspension of disbelief in this movie is needed. If you're able to do that, Interstellar you will soon see is a masterpiece.
Interstellar has a perfect exposition showing the relationship between Cooper and his daughter, Murph. It's absolutely heartbreaking when he leaves on his expedition into the universe. Unlike popular opinion, I connected greatly to the characters and really felt for what both Cooper and Murph were going through.
Once in space, there is an interesting encounter with hundred feet waves at the first planet they visit. There's some break in between, but then the movie has a never-ending suspense filled thrill. From Mann's planet all the way till the end of the movie, I was on the edge of my seat. The docking scene is one of the best scenes of all time - add in Hans Zimmer's amazing musical talent and you've got one heck of a ride.
The whole movie has not gotten out of my head since I've watched it for the second time on Blu-Ray. It really makes you think afterwords and it even made me go crazy about the universe and astronomy. Interstellar is such a wonderful movie with tons of emotion (it made my mom cry three times), great acting, masterful music, perfect visual effects, and tons of replay value.
Please do not listen to any haters out there. Nolan's newest movie, Interstellar, is, as the cliché saying says, out of this world.