You'll need a PhD in Quantum Physics to understand the plot to "Interstellar." Which is disappointing, because I had high hopes for this Christopher Nolan film. Nolan, who has been nothing but a superb director, aimed for the moon and beyond with this film. With our solar system as his backdrop, he spins an exceptional tale and a believable one on why we should leave the planet earth. Where he leaves most of us behind is the science behind the plot. I don't know if that is his fault or our own, but for most of the film I found myself struggling to keep up, questioning the theory of relativity or trying to figure out time travel. As I struggled with these big concepts, something much more important was lost; my ability to enjoy the adventure. I will always applaud Nolan for trying to challenge his audience, but with this one, he pushed too far, too fast.
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