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If you loved Gravity and Inception, you’ll love Interstellar.
The time travelling concepts in this movie are easy to grasp if you’re familiar with the sci-fi genre. If you can keep up with Doctor Who, you’ll keep up with this.
It’s set in the future where scientists are aware that crops are failing and the end of the world could be near. NASA is attempting to find another planet so that the human race can continue… Continue reading
Tagged 2014, anne hathaway, christopher Nolan, film, Interstellar, Jessica Chastain, jodie, Matthew McConaughey, michael caine, review, science fiction
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This short film is unlike anything I have ever seen before.
There are some small thematic similarities to the likes of The Matrix and Avatar. But this is actually an original, thought-provoking, metaphorical and emotionally-charged representation of what I perceive to be our dependant and warped relationship between nature and technology.
This movie is pretty ambiguous, you can read into it as much or as little as you wish. I’m sure different themes, concepts and interpretations could be picked up by every viewer.
You can’t fault Agophobia. The visuals, the imagery and the graphics are incredible – almost looks 3D.
It’s dark and complex, but ultimately, Agophobia is amazing art, with talented actors, writers, visual effects and camera work.
The music fits very well indeed; supports the film perfectly. Almost like you could close your eyes and still understand the story… Continue reading