Last Tuesday, I skipped English class to watch Christopher Nolan's new movie, "Interstellar", and I must admit (no offence, teacher) it was worth it! I was amazed.
The story is about the time when Earth can no longer be lived on, and humans have to look for another habitable planet in the universe to move to, utilizing a mysterious wormhole that has recently appeared in our Solar System. It revolves around a man, an ex-science engineer and a pilot, Joseph A. Cooper and his family.
I loved the movie because of the scientific facts that were almost all true. Even Michio Kaku, a famous physicist, said that the movie was excellent and that they broke only a few laws of physics. I especially liked the fact that the movie shows everything I've always wanted to see and hear about, and it also gave a lot of answers as well as posing a lot of questions. The movie is, finally, real science fiction, unlike many others that bear the name only for the place the story takes. Though, in the end, it shouldn't come as such a big surprise considering the fact that Kip Thorne, a theoretical physicist, was deeply involved in the scientific background of the story. I can wholeheartedly recommend this movie to everyone; it'll be three hours well spent. :)