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"Interstellar" is deep and a wonder to behold

By Keith Cowing
November 7, 2014
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Keith’s 4 Nov note: I saw “Interstellar” this evening – in 70mm IMAX on the largest screen in Virginia. I saw “2001: A Space Odyssey” in Cinerama – the IMAX of the day – when the film first came out and was stunned by the experience. That happened again this evening. Interstellar is deep and a wonder to behold. It is profound and loud and yet sublime and simple – simultaneously. I am going to have to think carefully about what I write so as to not spoil it for anyone. Let’s just say that you take away from Interstellar what you bring to it.
Keith’s 6 Nov update: I saw the film again last night at a really nice reception and showing at the National Air & Space Museum’s IMAX theater sponsored by Northrop Grumman. The cast and director were there too. The “Ranger” spacecraft will be on display starting tomorrow at the NASM Udvar Hazy facility along with an Oculus Rift demonstration of the fictional “Interstellar” world.

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