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Critic’s Notebook: The Case Against ‘Interstellar’

THR film critic Stephen Dalton argues that Christopher Nolan’s new space epic isn’t full of wonder — it’s full of itself In recent weeks, the supermassive black hole of promotional hype surrounding Interstellar seems to have swallowed everything in its path, warping the fabric of space-time itself. A visually awesome spectacle with a sumptuously retro …

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Interstellar Is “The Best Film of This Century Thus Far” and “Important”

  Posted: 11/08/2014 Ladies and gentlemen. It is my opinion, in every fiber of my being, that I have just witnessed not just the best film of this century thus far, but one of the best to have hit the eyes, imaginations, and consciousness of audiences worldwide. My thoughts are all over the place. That …

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The Future sky always grey : earthlings fucked up with drones shaped like silvery penguins that swim through the air

  William Gibson lives in an overwhelmingly green suburb with old-money roots south of Vancouver’s downtown, and it is in this suburb that I am currently wandering, looking for William Gibson. Yesterday, over lunch, he’d given me an address that seems not to actually exist, and just a minute ago, over the phone, he gave …

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