Thursday, October 2, 2014

WORD OF THE DAY! 10/2/14!


interstellar [in-ter-stel-er]
adjective
1. Situated or occuring between stars.

EX. Christopher Nolan is one of the most influential directors of the last yen years, with films like Memento, The Dark Knight, and Inception as medals pinned to his breast, because of his ability to tell simple stories in complex ways and complex stories in simple ways. Nolan believes directors are authors first and should experiment with the narrative. Combined with the biggest budgets and impressive visuals, mixing real locations and action with top notch CGI, Nolan's films are spectacles that manage to go further than most blockbuster films rather merely shooting for the lowest common denominator.

Lately, optimistic space films have had a resurgence with Gravity and Guardians of the Galaxy wowing audiences. Nolan's take on the space film, Interstellar, looks to be another success story in the making. Especially thanks to the casting of Matthew McConnaughey in the lead who, in the last couple of years, has become one of the most talented and entertaining actors working today. If this performance is anything like True Detective, then I'm gonna be raving about this film.

As long as it doesn't having any Prometheus level stupidity, am I right guys?

RUN LEFT OR RIGHT YOU IDIOTS!

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