Matthew's acting was waaaay ahead its time. It defies description. Especially when he was behind the bookshelf in the tesseract. The scene where he says > don't let me leave murph.... man, that was intense. Only a few people can understand what his acting there was about.
You can't act that if you haven't been through some great emotional pain in your life. Almost impossible to overcome...
So... it seems like what doesn't kill you makes you stronger is true :D After all it has made him an incredible actor.
Thank you for this Matthew. Thank you just for this scene.
Most people think that actors have it all given you know. THAT IS NOT TRUE.
Guys, You have no idea how much things you have to go through to shape such character. To be able to express emotions in such a way...
I dont see as many movies but my friend said this is a masterpiece and i wenr on his word coz he rarely gives foolish advice and boy o boy i just sunk back in my seat and let them take me on a roller coaster. From special relativity to using interaction of gravity over space time continuam, and add to that brilliant acting. I have never seen anything like this.
Islamic religion was talking about (Time dilation) more than 1400 years ago.
"To Him ascend the angels and the spirit in a day the measure of which is fifty thousand years."
(70- The Heights, 4)
"He regulates all affairs from the heaven to the earth. Then they ascend to Him in a day, the measure of which is a thousand years as you count."
(32- The Prostration, 5)
We created the heavens and the earth, and all that lies between them in six days, and no fatigue touched us.
(50- Qaf, 38)
Verse 5 of the sura “The Prostration” and verse 4 of the sura “The Heights” not only point to the relativity of time, but give also a clear meaning of the Arabic word “yawm” that denotes not only the space of time of one day – which comprises 24 hours – but also a certain period of time. This makes it easier to understand the six “yawm”s mentioned in the Quran (See: 7-The Purgatory, 54; 11-Hud, 7; 10- Jonah, 3; 25-The Distinguisher, 59; 32-The Prostration, 4; 57-Iron, 4). The six “yawm”s must be understood as six “periods.”
For more information: Google "Time Dilation in Quran".
I just can't take how actors are always trying to act cool. They live their lives in constant pursuit of popularity. They practice it in the mirror. How will I look when she asks me this? How will I present myself when I walk in? What clothes will I be wearing? Haircut? It's all such fake shit. All a part of the virtual fucking world we are being fed. Materialism masquerading as being "woke." God I hate that fucking term being used now.
Idc how old this is, I want to add to it. Interstellar is phenomenal, it will make you laugh, it will fill you with wonder, and it will make you cry, and you will love it every single second. It is absolutely one of the best movies of this decade, and like McConaughey says, its probably is Christopher Nolans best. Not to take away from the dark knight, this is just on another level entirely. See it, Own it, Love it, repeat. Im out.
when it came out my local cinema at the time only ran interstellar for 2 weeks i was gutted that i missed it but i bought later on blu ray and it was amazing !! Emotional and v moving my fav sci fi
Would have liked to have seen it on the big screen though.
This movie was perfect with just a slight flaw imo where it ended too nicely as if everything was wrapped with a bow. The empathy in me loved that but the realist in my was hoping for a more darker ending like the original idea of Nolan's ending
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