As I mentioned in a previous post, I just recently saw Christopher Nolan’s latest film, Interstellar. On Christmas I had a chance to see Alfonso Cuaron’s latest film Gravity. Now I’ll be honest, I did not enjoy Gravity, I thought it was an overrated film, and that it had many flaws. I happen to love Christopher Nolan as a director, and love a lot of his films. You could classify me as a Nolan fanboy, but that is not why I believe Interstellar is a better film than Gravity. Gravity has a lot going for it, but I didn’t enjoy it nearly as much as Interstellar. In my mind there a lot of reasons why Interstellar is a better film than Gravity, but I’ve narrowed it down to Six! Here are My Top Six Reasons Interstellar is a Better Film Than Gravity!
Well I’ve finally had a chance to see Christopher Nolan’s latest film, Interstellar. This film has received some mixed reviews mostly due to the fact that some critics found the ending to be complicated and hard to understand. The film is very ambitious in its scope and its story-telling, and the special effects are just incredible. I love seeing directors take a huge risk with original films, because there are so many remakes and reboots and it gets tiresome after awhile.