What did you think of the ending of "Interstellar?"

  1. Availiasvision profile image85
    Availiasvisionposted 4 years ago

    What did you think of the ending of "Interstellar?"

    Contains spioilers! Did you feel cheated? What did you think of the Murph scene? Did you think the last yen minutes were "real" or did you find any evidence to suggest that the ending is deeper than a basic viewing? Did you see the ghost thing coming? I did from the first couple of minutes; it was super obvious.

    Nolan is notorious for telling us one thing and showing us another. Remember, "You want to be fooled (Prestige)." Does anyone else see evidence that he might have been dead at the end of the film? After all, "when you die, the last thing you see are the faces of your children."

  2. Kylyssa profile image94
    Kylyssaposted 4 years ago

    There's no point in feeling cheated because the premise of the film was so unlikely you have to just take it all as fantasy or a dream-sequence kind of thing. Any society with the technology to travel through space on a large scale would have the technology to create clean, enclosed environments and greenhouses on earth. We already have the technology to solve their problems without space travel of any kind. It would be cheaper and more practical to create greenhouses on the moon and Mars than to do what the story had them doing. It's not like the sun had stopped working.

  3. mastergreen profile image72
    mastergreenposted 4 years ago

    That line is spoken by Dr. Mann. He is using that line to justify his selfish actions and to remove the guilt. It should not be taken in that context but then again, it will depend on how you saw the movie from your own point of view. The ghost thing was easy, but sometimes you just have to go with the journey. It was a good experience. 2001 is a good starting point and most importantly, having Kip Thorne as consultant means that a lot of thought went into it. I wouldn't say cheated because you go to the movies to see movies that make you think, make you suspend disbelief and believe for some time. Overall, ya it's worth watching.


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