Went to see Interstellar last night ...
I was really let down.
This isn't the typical Christopher Nolan - have you thinking - kind of film.
Nolan, who co-wrote and directed the newest Batman films, The Prestige, and Inception - totally loses focus in this boring, borrowed plot. There's nothing original about the script. The movie drags on.
I don't typically give away plot elements to movies, but you need to know this one part to solidify that you don't want to see this movie.
The movie is clearly set in the not too distant future, but obviously technology has advanced reasonably far. Robots have developed AI. Well, the robots are ridiculous. I mean silly. So outrageously ridiculous that it's almost comical. They are literally walking, talking 7 foot tall black bricks. The effect is mind numbing and laughable. You can't stop thinking - is that a guy inside a black spray painted refrigerator box?
The plot is weak and has real science mishmashed among the cool mumbles of McConaughey to keep your attention but it only serves to confuse you as you turn your ear to the screen.
There's really no dazzling visuals to see yet the effects budget is clearly high.
Do not waste your 2½ hours to see this.
If I wasn't in great company - I would probably have taken some time to get in a nap - Matthew McConaughey's voice just does that to me.