Walking out of the IMAX theater and into the harsh light of day after seeing the experience that was Interstellar was blinding. I was no longer in space, in the wormhole. I had not aged quickly, but I was different for seeing this movie… this masterpiece.
Genre – Horror/Fantasy, Drama, Book to movie adaptation Director – Alexandre Aja (The Hills Have Eyes) Cast – Daniel Radcliffe, Juno Temple, Max Minghella, Joe Anderson,
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I could nitpick that the green screen was badly done this time, that the dialogue was corny, Eva Green was badly cast as “A Dame to Kill For”, or that Joseph Gordon-Levitt was only cast because he is awesome, but that ultimately his character had no point. But the reality is that the movie failed on two much greater levels.
I said to him that I was pretty sure animals experienced all time at once and their experience of reality was inherently psychedelic, but language was the gatekeeper of consciousness that put a mandate of order onto events. That was our conversation. And no, I’ve never done any drugs. The point is that neither of us must have caught that line the first time we saw it because our heads would have lifted off their necks, rotated 360 degrees twice, then flown to the Moon to marry Moon women and start Moon families.
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