Friday, January 26, 2018


What is one of The Greatest Moments In Science Fiction? 

Well Trekkers, I figure Christopher Nolan's 170 minute movie Interstellar (starring Matthew McConaughey, Ellen Burstyn, Anne Hathaway and Jessica Chastain) does a stand up job boldly going where no father and daughter has trekked before taking us through the curvature of time and space. Here we have a humanist determined to save humanity but will he succeed?

Its a beautiful feature with a fascinating storyline taking the viewer through the thrilling greatness of our solar system. I know I was excited were you? Which areas of Earth do you believe have been visited by Aliens?  Yes, Aliens are in Interstellar.

So who were the Aliens really, aren't you curious?     

Live Long and Prosper.                                  


Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

The aliens almost seemed god-like. They weren't god of course, but they did seem to know all things.
I'll admit, this one is my least favorite Nolan film. I think it was just a little too ambitious.

Spacer Guy said...

I too was impressed. Nolan's alien entities had strong mental ability - they were beyond the infinite reaches of Earth, Alex. When first contact is made the fun begins

Susan Kane said...

I agree. When I watched it a 2nd (and 3rd) time, I felt a greater comprehension.

Had to do the same with "Arrival".

Truedessa said...

I enjoyed this movie. I watched it a couple of times and I think you need to do that to fully grasp the content. I do believe there is alien life. Just look at some of the hot spots in the world.

Liz A. said...

Alas, I missed this movie. I'll have to find it one of these days...

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