Interstellar – a sensible nonsense!

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Interstellar is making a huge noise and big collections on box office. It is in its third week and the theaters are still buzzing with audience, twitter is flooded with its praise and critiques are untiringly digging into the base of this scientific lore. What’s in it after all. Here’s what I think it offers  –

1) The plot and screenplay: with all the great things modern humanity has achieved, what’s next? A worry about our civilization and an unexplained universe capable of saving human life somewhere, somehow. These two quests marry in this story with a pinch of thrill weaved into a scientific ambiguity. To bring this chaos we need someone who the viewer can identify him/herself with. A pilot and engineer Cooper appears on the screen who is farming corn somewhere in a far land of America. Intensifying humane aspect in a science fiction – he is a…

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