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Together with Physicist Kip Thorne who also served as the film’s Executive Producer, we learn some of the logistics in the film, the creative licenses (not) taken and get a crash course in Einstein’s Theory of Relativity. That’s all I can really ask for here is for you to have an open-mind, not closed like mine was unfortunately the first time I saw Interstellar. TARS and CASE – A closer look at the two robots in the film, their “inspiration”, the voices used and the mechanics of both. We are treated to not only clips from the film, behind-the-scene stills and interviews, but also such deep dives into complex topics such as wormholes, time travel, black holes, Space-X, the future of our planet and even mention of Kepler 186F, which could be the next Earth despite it being 500 light years away. Of course there is some element of controversy here, at least in respect of the material and of Nolan's stylistic choices.

No matter how much corn they try to grow, humankind will eventually succumb to the Earth's dusty future. I love the story which to me as its heart is truly about the love between a father and his daughter. There are a few moments where Nolan quickly discusses the “facts” behind the theories, but most of them are just shoved in our faces and if it interests you, it’s up to you to do your homework later and look up all the relativity theories here. Ordinarily you would think this would be fairly noticeable and take you out of the game, but if you’re invested in the movie, chances are you will probably never even subconsciously notice unless you’re like me and you’re looking for them. WONKA — The Magical Adventure of a Young Chocolate Maker Comes Home on 4K, Blu-ray and DVD on February 27th!This Ultra HD version manages to add a fine layer of color (via HDR) as well as some more detail and texture to the image.

In the book he talks up the universe of Interstellar, the wormhole, the black holes, the fifth dimension and so much more that will blow your mind. Effects are superb, whipping you into a tailspin as Coop's ranger loses control in the flashback, or tearing through the atmosphere on launch, with crashing tsunami waves, cracking ice and deafening explosions, as well as some impressive work done to serve the audacious and ambitious final act, whose almost alien effects attempt to give life to previously unexplored territory.Nolan's visuals treat space as reverently and awe-inspiring as Terrance Malick's beautiful depictions of deep space during the Tree of Life. Both Blu Ray and 4K Ultra HD discs are included so naturally i have tested them both on my PS5 and LG OLED tv.

However, I applaud Nolan here because he sought out to make something big, bold and ambitious and by golly he succeeded, but there is one man’s name shrouded in the shadows here that needs to be thrusted into the spotlight and rightfully recognized for the credit he deserves. NASA's "Lazarus missions" have identified three potentially habitable worlds: “Miller”, “Edmunds”, and “Mann”, named after the astronauts who left earth to survey them, orbiting a supermassive black hole they have named Gargantua.For its presentation in Ultra HD, Interstellar was derived from a mix of 35/70mm IMAX film sources, and rendered from a 4K DI. On 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, those flaws are all-but non-existent, with HDR bringing black levels to a much more impressive standard, and raising the bar in terms of peak brightness, providing you with some staggering new planets to explore in almost previously undiscovered glory, whilst WCG offers a subtle but still noticeable improvement on skin tones and the vibrancy of the green fields and blue skies.

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