|"Honestly, Interstellar really sucks" -- this is not quite true, but I couldn't help thinking of this scene.|
When I asked my spouse whether she would come to watch latest Christopher Nolan' movie Interstellar, she replied: "No way!".
"But it's about black holes.", I said.
"Exactly." - she replied.
"But Kip Thorne, a world-famous physicist, was involved in the production.", I said.
"Even more so." - she replied.
"But the director is Christopher Nolan!", I replied.
"But it's gonna be a Hollywood Blockbuster!", I continued
"Forget about it"
"But it's the movie of the year!"
That was the end of the conversation. As a matter of fact, she went to watch the movie without (and even before!) me, but I guess this is normal within women logic.
Anyway, together with part of the Lisbon gang, yesterday we finally went to watch Interstellar in its iMAX curved-spacetime, relativistic glory, so now we too are entitled to talk about this movie.