Interstellar (2014) [1080p] Bluray x265 HEVC 10bit AAC 5.1 [4GB] | G-drive | Download | Full Movie

Interstellar (2014) [1080p] Bluray x265 HEVC 10bit AAC 5.1 [4GB] | G-drive | Download | Full Movie

Interstellar (2014) Details

2014 ‧ Drama/Mystery ‧ 2h 49m

8.6/10 · IMDb

72% · Rotten Tomatoes

85% · Trakt.tv

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In the future, Earth is slowly becoming uninhabitable. Ex-NASA pilot Cooper, along with a team of researchers, is sent on a planet exploration mission to report which planet can sustain life.

Awards: Academy Award for Best Visual Effects, Critics’ Choice Movie Award for Best Sci-Fi/Horror Movie, more….

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Interstellar Review

You don’t necessarily have to understand it immediately : The film will raise questions in you, such as : what is it to be a human being, is there some physical limitations to our humanity, how far could we be willing to go to determine knowledge, is there other dimensions that we can not access to, and above all: what is the nature of this intact and immutable bond that unites us to others wherever we are in the universe ? Is this bond only intelligible, or is it also tangible ? All these questions resonate in harmony in Nolan’s Interstellar.

Interstellar is itself a crescendo, increasing sensitivity and creativity. I use the term deliberately because it goes crescendo with the soundtrack by Hans Zimmer, which is one of the most beautiful music ever scored for a sci-fi movie Interstellar (2014) [1080p] Bluray x265 HEVC 10bit AAC 5.1 [4GB] | G-drive.

We are witnessing a perfect musical arrangement, a total symbiosis, a bit like the music of Gravity which had understood very well how to match the image and the rhythm of a sequence to its own musicality.

Zimmer’s crescendos are giving a new powerful breath to every new scene, whether it is in visually powerful & intense moments or in more intimate moments; it intrudes into our momentary feelings and sensations, and manages to extend them, sometimes almost to choking, before resting on the balance of the film frame along with our mind spell-bounded.

I have seen all the talent of the director that I knew he was outside the norm, but whom I did not know his capacity to reinvent itself. Because this is it: Interstellar is not an action movie, not really a blockbuster, and it goes not entirely but mostly again the expectations of common people.

It’s much more than that. This is much more than just a sci-fi movie. It is unlike any of his previous films. Some hoped to see Interstellar as Christopher Nolan’s best film, and they were disappointed that this was not the case

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