Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar has taken over our national television, we are not sure if we should be thrilled or very embarassed about that. You cannot flip enough of the buttons on your remote, during any portion of the day, without at least spotting one cast member speaking about the joyous experience of being on-location. Interstellar is a sci-fi movie with a unique storyline.
The Earth’s population has grown at such a fast-rate it has made our beloved home filled with pollution, resource-empty, and about to die. So there is a pressing need for humankind to migrate to somewhere new or face complete extinction. NASA and a small group of scientists attempt to locate new, fresh planets to cohabit in with other humankind safely and comfortably, as a direct response to the criticial situation.
The leader of the mission, played by Matthew McConaughey, is former pilot, Cooper, who leaves behind time with his family to save Earth. His talented skills in engineering has him scrambling around the universe, devoted to the cause and the mission with much enthusiasm. The film also stars Michael Caine, Casey Affleck and Anne Hathaway, and hits theatres on November 07.