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MPAA Rating: PG-13
Theater Release: 11/7/2014
Video Release: 3/31/2015
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Generations Undiscovered Country Voyage Home - By Donald Levit
There is no sound in space, where no one can hear you scream anyway, but Interstellar blasts its music, hammers in three voiceovers its centennial birthday boy Dylan Thomas message, is 70mm IMAX gargantuan, overstays its welcome, and connects major themes through homespun bromides... MORE >>

Science Overkill - By Diana Saenger
The almost three-hour Interstellar sci-fi film has its ups and downs -- literally. Christopher Nolan and his brother Jonathan co-wrote the screenplay which combines a family drama, past culture, future dreams and schemes plus enough scientific unexplained dialogue and expectations... MORE >>

Houston, Nothing Works! - By Richard Jack Smith
Space: the great infinity, a place where dreams echo across time. For writer/director Christopher Nolan, it's the lack of restraint that makes Interstellar emotionally immature. He allows his imagination to run riot, yet many times the actors explain what's happening like a terrible... MORE >>

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