Crosswalk's Review of Interstellar

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Nolan's Interstellar, which he co-wrote with his brother Jonathan and directed, may be his most ambitious film yet, but it shows both his best instincts and his worst. An overwhelming visual and auditory experience, Interstellar starts strong but fades as it heads toward its conclusion. Despite an impressively loud presentation of space travel, Interstellar is at its strongest in its quietest moments, when children reflect on their parents’ legacies.
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Okfor ages12+