Watch Interstellar 2014 Movie ?

Director: Christopher Nolan

Writer: Christopher Nolan and Jonathan Nolan

Releasing Date: 7 November 2014 (USA)

Stars: Timothée Chalamet, Ellen Burstyn, Mackenzie Foy, Francis X. McCarthy, Anne Hathaway

IMDb Rating: 9.1/10

Genres: Adventure and Sci-Fi

Running Time: 2 hour 49 minutes

Plot: In a not too distant future, climate change has assumed serious forms:

The ecosystem is completely out of whack and by excessive use of natural resources, there is global food shortages. For the survival of humanity on Mother Earth things look a little rosy, because it is for future generations to hostile habitat. The solution to the dilemma seems, however, I found the NASA long a journey into space, through a wormhole discovered by accident, to detect a habitable planet in distant solar systems on which humanity is to resettle plans viz. As far as the starting point of the story. Watch Interstellar 2014 Movie which is recently released in cinemas and it has got good star ranking. Read the Movies Reviews online first before to watch it.
For the former space pilot Cooper, the interstellar mission developed soon became a point of no return: he and a fearless team of scientists, including the daughter of the NASA-conductor Dr. Brand break – as they can in faith – to ensure the survival of humanity. Cooper’s primary motivation, of course, his two children, hoping for the return of the father. Only such a realistic? Cinematic doomsday scenarios almost always have blockbuster potential and guarantee in times of IMAX theaters sometimes abundant sales at the box office, which is hardly a secret. If the world appears to be marginal for the screen, it just differs from the infinite expanse of the universe.

Because in micro gravity lead us digital effects their raisin retread powerful reminder of how Scaremonger year’s “Gravity” could prove impressive. To this trend is now also a jumped really big. That directorial genius Christopher Nolan knows all too well how to direct films-operatic epic, should be well known, if you like “The Dark Knight” calls to mind. And as once the screenplay for “Interstellar” was written in collaboration with his brother Jonathan, who co-wrote since Nolan’s international breakthrough “Memento” in several films. In its overwhelming, almost 3-hour science fiction odyssey through space and through complex, partly scientific, partly philosophical action structures can be thought of as spectators, especially in the last third of the film, feel momentarily lost – almost like astronauts in wormhole