Interstellar

Interstellar

  • Director: Christopher Nolan
  • Writer: Jonathan Nolan,Christopher Nolan
  • Countries of origin: United Kingdom, Canada, United States
  • Language: English
  • Release date: November 7, 2014
  • Runtime: 2h 49min
  • Sound mix: Datasat, Dolby Digital, IMAX 6-Track, Dolby Surround 7.1
  • Aspect ratio: 2.39 : 1
  • Also known as: Untitled Steven Spielberg Space Project
  • "Interstellar" is a sci-fi movie co-produced by the United States and Britain in 2014. The film is directed by Christopher Nolan and starred by Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway .
    The film is adapted from the Black Hole theory of physicist Kip Stephen Thorne . It mainly tells the adventure story of a group of astronauts through the Wormhole to find a new home for mankind   .
    The film was released in the United States on November 5, 2014, in the United Kingdom on November 7, and in mainland China on November 12. It will be re-screened in Mainland China on August 2, 2020.

    Details

    • Release date November 7, 2014
    • Filming locations Iceland
    • Production companies Paramount Pictures, Warner Bros., Legendary Entertainment

    Box office

    Budget

    $165,000,000 (estimated)

    Gross US & Canada

    $188,020,017

    Opening weekend US & Canada

    $47,510,360

    Gross worldwide

    $701,729,206

    Movie reviews

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    • By Edgardo 2022-04-23 07:01:03

      move the sun and move the stars

      1

      When the male protagonist Cooper walked into NASA for the first time, the astronauts told him that there was an artificial wormhole over Saturn, which must have been put there deliberately by someone to save us.

      At the end of the film, the "Cooper Space Station" hangs over Saturn. In the future, humans have established a five-dimensional space. Cooper said that without "them", what will save us is our future self.

      "Interstellar" repeated the famous paradox in...

    • By Brittany 2022-04-23 07:01:03

      The universe is like poetry, nothing more

      Do not go gentle into that good night, Old age should
      burn and rave at close of day; Rage
      , rage against the dying of the light. , rebuked the disappearance of light. Cooper is crazy, obsessive, charming, soulful, driving a flat-tire car to track drones. The same scene, the same music, and many years later, Murphy drove his car into the cornfield and picked up the torch. So, I remembered my grandfather's sentence again, She's just like her old man. Put it to death and then live, live...

    • By Shanon 2022-04-23 07:01:03

      The scum who has been mythed by brain powder

      Why do you say scum? It's mainly a hard science fiction movie that is promoted. I don't know if there are so many bugs or what bird scientists who are as famous as Hawking came up with it. Time can only be compressed or extended, and cannot be reversed, pig? It doesn't make sense for people in the future to go back to the past to save themselves. The people of the future already exist, so why go back desperately to save their former self, are you crazy? If we can go back to the past to save or...

    • By Jadon 2022-04-23 07:01:03

      the ultimate loneliness

      This is destined to be a useless movie review.
             When the lively and lovely little girl was dying, dying on the hospital bed, looking at her young father, I shed hot tears. I remembered a sentence in "The Adventures of Li Xianji", he knew that for so long, time was only on himself, and it passed turbulently. I feel so lonely.
              Common sense about the laws of physics involved in the movie is no longer novel. Special relativity, general relativity, quantum theory, string...

    • By Clare 2022-04-23 07:01:03

      [Reprinted] Why do we want to explore the universe?

      Why should we explore the universe?
      Author: Ernst Stuhlinger

            In 1970, Zambian nun Mary Jucunda wrote a letter to Dr. Ernst Stuhlinger, who became NASA's Marshall Space Fellow for his original research in the Mars Journey Project Deputy Director of Science at the Navigation Center. In the letter, Sister Mary Jucunda asked: How could he be willing to spend billions of dollars on projects as far away as Mars when there are so many children on Earth who are currently unable to...

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    • By Lloyd 2023-01-31 10:01:13

      The best film of the year is by no means a masterpiece. The overall level is comparable to "Gravity", and it is still a few light-years away from "2001: A Space Odyssey". It can be said that Xia Yu met with each other, and there are not only very good points, but also many problems. Sheng is the first visual presentation of the highly conceptualized ideas in science fiction, organically integrating the grand structure with the emotions of the characters; the downside is that the plot is a...

    • By Caitlyn 2022-12-16 10:33:53

      I'm considering whether to brush the script and then go for a second brush. Give your knees and your tops, the five-dimensional space is truly unprecedented, and it is comparable to the shocking feeling of the Three-Body...

    • By Dorothy 2022-10-26 17:37:16

      I'm sorry, people like me who are indifferent to family values ​​can't get the point of this protracted family drama with space adventure as the shell, especially the stupid character who wants to strangle Hathaway. In addition, the meme that fathers and children are the same age I saw it in science fiction when I was in elementary school, and it was untouched. In the end, this film is completely handled by the rhythm of the TV series, and it is acceptable for people who hardly watch TV series...

    • By Letitia 2022-10-07 12:54:35

      1. Cool cool cool cool! 2. Anne Hathaway is annoying 3. I don't like a universe with only...

    • By Opal 2022-09-25 18:04:00

      No matter how bad the poster is, you still have to believe in Nolan's ability to turn decay into magic. The collision of human nature and morality is pulled here, and the extraordinary imagination is fully displayed here. Several times you can't help but get your back off the armchair, trying to slam that bookcase...

    Movie plot

    Earth’s crops are often lost due to climate change and blight. Cooper ( Matthew McConaughey ) , who was once an engineer and space shuttle pilot of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, is forced to become a farmer to help solve the food crisis. Cooper's 10-year-old daughter Murphy ( Mackenzie Foy ) discovered that the books on the shelf in her room fell to the ground for no reason, thinking it was a ghost phenomenon. Soon...
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    Creative background

    The background premise of "Interstellar" was conceived by the filmmaker Linda Obst and the theoretical physicist Kip S. Thorne. They had already collaborated in the 1997 film "Time and Space Contact" , And under the introduction of astronomer Carl Sagan, the two have known each other. The two conceived two plans based on the results of Thorne’s scientific research. "The most bizarre thing in the universe is suddenly accessible to...
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    Screenwriter and casting

    Jonathan Nolan was hired by Steven Spielberg as the screenwriter for the movie "Interstellar", and Spielberg has worked hard for this for four years. In order to understand the scientific theory, he went to the California Institute of Technology to study the theory of relativity while writing the script. Jonathan said that he is also pessimistic about the space flight program and how NASA lacks funds to support manned missions to Mars....
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    Science Guide

    Kip S. Thorne served as the scientific consultant for the film, ensuring that wormholes and relativity are as accurate as possible. They discussed how to describe wormholes and black holes, and then calculated the equation that allows light to pass through the wormhole or surround the black hole. Therefore, the images that the audience sees are based on Einstein's equations of relativity.
    When designing wormholes and giant rotating...
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    Spend half a year planting 30,000 mu of corn

    The filming location of the Coopers in the film is located in the Okotoks area, south of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. According to instruct the director Christopher Nolan, to show the planet's most unsuitable place to grow corn have been planted from corn (maize hi heat, and cold weather in Alberta, the winter minimum temperature is about minus 50 degrees) . For Nolan, finding a ready-made cornfield and then using a computer to put a...
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    Artificially created a "dust storm"

    Before filming the film, director Nolan watched a documentary about the American desert famine and disaster produced by Ken Burns. He said that the images presented in this 6-hour documentary are even more imaginative than sci-fi movies. The director team put some of these elements directly into the structure of "Interstellar", such as the interviews with survivors in the opening of "Interstellar", which borrowed the form and feeling...
    more about Interstellar Artificially created a "dust storm"

    Build dynamic robots and spaceships

    Regarding the production of the robot TARS in "Interstellar", director Nolan still requires no special effects. The design team used only eight weeks to enable TARS to finally move with the aid of the hydraulic system to trigger the accessory controller, just like playing a video game, using buttons to control the movements of the machine’s joints, and even the screen is real. TARS weighs 90 kilograms and is operated by stage actor...
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    North America

    On November 4, 2014, "Interstellar" was selected to be screened in certain limited regional theaters in the United States and Canada, which was the same time as the 2014 U.S. Senate election. The first day of the film’s box office was $13,500 and topped the list on Wednesday the next day. Among 249 theaters (42 of which were IMAX screens), the IMAX version accounted for 62% of the company’s total profit. There are 240 theaters playing...
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    China area

    On November 6, 2014, the film was screened in Hong Kong, China, and the box office in the first week was close to 11.7 million Hong Kong dollars.
    On November 7, 2014, the film was released in Taiwan, China. The box office for the first three days was NT$51 million; the box office for the next week was NT$127 million; the box office for the third week was NT$181 million; the box office of the fourth week was NT$51 million. Cumulative to...
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    Europe and America evaluation

    "Interstellar" is arguably one of director Christopher Nolan's best works. It is more important than the chronicle he created in "Shards of Memory", and more impressive than the twisted plot in "Inception" Profound, more daunting than reimagining Batman in "Batman: The Mystery of Shadows" as the most unique superhero series of the 21st century. The film is not only a high-cost science fiction novel, but also a simple story about love...
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    Asia Evaluation

    "Interstellar" is a space epic written by director Christopher Nolan to all mankind, and it is also a warm letter to his daughter. While the film leads the audience on a wonderful journey into space, it also explores the nature of human nature, focusing on the affection between a pair of ordinary father and daughter and the spiritual bond between them that transcends the boundaries of time and space. Perhaps for parents, children are...
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    The father and daughter are deeply affectionate, and the actor Matthew works hard to make people cry

    Of course, the exploration journey with the solar system still occupies most of the film, and there are too many early foreshadowings and plot transitions to be confessed in the whole film, which also makes the nearly three hours of viewing a little lengthy. The protagonist Cooper resolutely embarked on a journey to find a suitable planet for the future of mankind. Although there are also minor villains who make troubles in the...
    more about Interstellar The father and daughter are deeply affectionate, and the actor Matthew works hard to make people cry

    Immersive, shocking visual effects bring beautiful science and education films

    "Interstellar" is a science fiction film exploring human nature, and it is also a magnificent space science and education film. Supported by the scientific theory of Kip Thorne, one of the leading astrophysics research leaders and the film producer, the film presented the "wormhole" theory based on Einstein's general relativity equation for the first time in history. On the Hollywood screen. Even Thorne himself said that although he...
    more about Interstellar Immersive, shocking visual effects bring beautiful science and education films

    Movie quotes

    • Cooper: If we find a home, then what?

    • Romilly: Of all these anomalies, the most significant is this: out near Saturn, a disturbance of space-time.

      Cooper: It's a wormhole?

      Romilly: Appeared 48 years ago.

      Cooper: And, it leads where?

      Dr. Brand: Another galaxy.

      Cooper: A wormhole's not a naturally occurring phenomenon...

      Brand: Someone placed it there.

      Cooper: "They."

      Brand: And whoever they are, they appear to be looking out for us. That wormhole, lets us travel to other stars. Came along right as we needed it.

      Doyle: They've put potentially habitable worlds right within our reach. Twelve, in fact, from our initial probes.

      Cooper: You send probes into that?

      Doyle: Mm-hm.

      Dr. Brand: We sent *people* into it. Ten years ago.

      Cooper: The Lazarus missions.

      Dr. Brand: Twelve possible worlds, twelve Ranger launches, carrying the bravest humans ever to live. Led by the remarkable Dr. Mann.

      Doyle: Each person's landing pod had enough life support for two years, but they could use hibernation to stretch that, making observations on organics over a decade or more. Their mission was to assess their world, and if it showed potential, then they could send out a signal, bed down for the long nap, wait to be rescued.

      Cooper: And what if the world didn't show promise?

      Doyle: Hence the bravery.

    • Dr. Brand: Not sure of what I'm more afraid of: them never coming back, or coming back to find we've failed.

      Murph: Then let's succeed.