Christopher Nolan, in his latest overlong epic INTERSTELLAR, takes nearly three hours to tell us the same thing. What amazes me most about Nolan's films -- three Batman movies, each worst than its predecessor, and the love-and-loss sci-fi nonsense, Inception -- are how uninvolving they finally seem, for all their attempts at profundity and technical prowess.
Jonathan do have some surprises in store along the way.
Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway, above), though it is Jessica Chastain (below) and Matt Damon, the former as forceful and appealing as ever, the latter in a small but telling role, who shine the brightest.
Paramount -- is contractually preventing Ms Chastain from doing any promotion for any other of her films coming out this awards season. She's got at least two more small, independent movies that she would and could be helping, and that would greatly benefit from her help. But, oh, no -- the big boys won't let her. As though Interstellar needs more publicity? Just another sleaze story out of Hollywood.