Interstellar Movie Review

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Interstellar Movie Review

Okay so I’m a little behind the game. I don’t go to movies, because of my son who is about to turn three. I’ll have to wait until he’s a little older and can handle sitting for longer than twenty minutes.

Anyway for other non-movie goers. If you’re trying to decide whether to opt to pay the $5.00 to watch Interstellar or wait until it’s on HBO or STARZ, I recommend paying to see it now. It’s well worth the money and the three hours, which felt more like an hour to me.

I’m a big fan of science fiction. I should be, my father was addicted to them. When I was born, my father sat in the lobby watching a rerun of Forbidden Planet with Robby the Robot and he wanted to call me the lead female characters name. Thank God my mom talked him out of it. But from that point forward I watched every 50’s, 60’s and on sci-fi movie or show while I lived at home or when they come to visit.

For a sci-fi buff like me, Interstellar was definitely a great story. The effects were great. No tiny model ships floating on a wire. The story line kept you captivated while it stayed close to current theories of singularities (black holes), relativity, time travel and gravity. The only truly questionable part, of course, what happens if you enter a black hole (not going to elaborate and ruin the movie for anyone–sorry). I even found myself at one point in the movie sitting forward, gripping the edge of the couch and worrying if the hero will survive.

Movie Rating: 5 stars out of 5

About The Author

C. Zablockis is an Indie author of paranormal, dark fantasy and horror novels. She published Lexi Greene’s Dangerous Lesson, Lexi Greene’s Grim Awakening, Monster (The Zeuorian Series) and My Watcher (The Zeuorian Series) YA Dark Fantasy Thriller.

3 thoughts on “Interstellar Movie Review

  1. Don’t feel bad about a late review. I finally watched and wrote one on Interstellar a week or so ago. Now mine wasn’t nearly as positive as yours but at least we can agree to disagree. I look forward to reading your reviews. Cheers! J.W.

    1. Thanks. I sometimes feel like I’m playing catch up these days. I’m not surprised you had a less than favorable review of Interstellar. Not everyone has the same likes and dislikes. If they did, the world will be a boring place and I would’ve enjoyed watching Lord if the Rings which I found extremely boring.

      1. Lol. We share the same opinion on the Lord of The Rings. Off the three movies I found perhaps 3 minutes worth watching. That’s a lot of staring at the screen, or my watch for that matter, for such short lived entertaining. Those movies were like 9 hours combined not including directors special deluxe extended mighty edition that my wife made me sit through… Ouch!

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