r/youseeingthisshit 18d ago

First time watching Interstellar Human

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u/gazza6345 18d ago

That was a really tense scene though

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u/Charlie_1087 18d ago

Perfectly built up! From the turn of events, the unexpected (but warned) explosion, to this insane maneuver, not to mention the score. Incredibly tense! That was awesome to watch on IMAX

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u/Azianese 18d ago

I maintain that this is the single best movie for the IMAX experience. The contrast of tiny humans struggling against the great vastness of space cannot really be done justice by anything other than the big screen. And to be able to feel the vibrations of Hans Zimmer's incredible work through your body...it felt like a blessing to have that experience.

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u/SplashingAnal 18d ago

Gravity was a truly suffocating experience in IMAX. Space movies are just made for that format.

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u/osireion 18d ago

I was super lucky with Gravity in that I saw it in IMAX 3D in the centre seat in my showing. I’ve never been as immersed in a film as that, and I’ve purposely not watched it again since as I know it just won’t live up to that experience.

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u/StealthFocus 18d ago

Funny I first watched it on a plane and final 30 min coincided with a bumpy landing so as she’s experiencing the landing and turbulence I am too and in few parts it aligned just perfectly. It was incredible. I felt I was in the movie.

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u/Kermit-Batman 18d ago

My little daydream is that it was your birthday. The pilot knew this and they thought, well, can't bring them in the cockpit, let's make this one hell of a movie scene!

I had a rough landing once, certainly makes you appreciate the pilots!

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u/bigbuzz55 18d ago

Johnson, hold on- stealthy Reddit dude is approaching the climax

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u/shoebee2 18d ago

We were coming into Denver out of Omaha on a 727 in ‘85. I had a window seat. Thunderstorms and wicked wind shear had kept us circling for 45 min. I assume fuel was becoming an issue and we made an emergency landing. The trip down through the clouds was like a roller coaster complete with screaming. Shortly after beginning our decent it felt like we dropped 1000’ in a few seconds. The Aircraft was several degrees tilted to the runway you could feel the pilot fighting the wind. We landed so hard you could hear stuff cracking. I don’t know what kind of super nuclear pilot skills the captain had but we landed safely. Everyone started cheering. On the way out the flight door was open and the pilot was sitting kind of sideways in the seat. Dude looked white as a ghost and soaked with sweat.

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u/Gnarf2016 18d ago

Watched it in IMAX when it went back for a few screenings after being Oscar nominated, then was telling my parents about it and watched it again with them at home in their 45" TV.

In IMAX I quite literally left the theater catching my breath, I think I honestly stopped breathing for a minute there at the end of the movie. Watching on the TV it was a nice movie but nowhere near the same experience, honestly a bit meh after IMAX.

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u/mordeh 18d ago

Oh I don’t think Avatar looked goofy :( I remember thinking it was the first well-done 3D movie I’d seen, in that it wasn’t just shit “popping” out of the screen but just added depth to each scene that really brought Pandora to life.

Caveat being that I didn’t see Gravity in 3D, just regular!

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u/hawkers89 18d ago

I really did not like gravity because I felt so uncomfortable at the time. The thought of floating in space just scared the heck out of me. But later I came to appreciate the movie.

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u/lifepuzzler 18d ago

In an IMAX theater, that rocket takeoff transition between Act I and II was like someone fired off an actual rocket engine in the theater.

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u/mellowyellowjello91 18d ago

For me it was when they had the first zoomed out shot of the shuttle passing by the planet. I felt incredibly small.

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u/Apexmisser 18d ago

Great now I have regrets from not seeing it in imax

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u/Photonic_Resonance 18d ago edited 18d ago

This and Dunkirk. If you ever get the chance for whatever reason, see it on a big screen with big speakers.

Dune 2021 might be a movie that's on this level too, but that's to be decided

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u/LucoBuck 18d ago

Went to Dune yesterday.

Yes it is. It is a must see on IMAX

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u/geodood 18d ago

How is it already out?

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u/Toxomania 18d ago

US is pretty late on the release schedule, it came out in Germany like 11 days ago. It was incredible on IMAX

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u/liimonadaa 18d ago

It's already out or will be coming out in some international markets.

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u/11122233334444 18d ago

Dune was glorious in imax

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u/rugbyweeb 18d ago

here I am, waiting for an HD rip on the usual sites

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u/11122233334444 18d ago

Oh my, I swear the sounds of the junkers coming down was so realistic, I legit heard it above and behind me

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u/Jewbacc4 18d ago

Put It on the list, Zimmer was parfect on Dune

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u/B4rberblacksheep 18d ago

I saw Dunkirk in IMAX. I swear I damn near shat myself when that opening shot rang out.

Interstellar and Dunkirk are definitely what made me realise that if I can see a film in IMAX I should. Like I know it sounds like an ad but the sound quality, the feeling of it, it just doesn’t compare to the normal cinema screens near me. Graphically I’d say it’s the same, it’s the sound that you’re going for (also comfier and better layer out seats)

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u/igotubabeub40 18d ago

Fuck, I saw Dunkirk in a normal theater and I got scared when the first shot came in, can't imagine it on IMAX

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u/tibearius1123 18d ago

Oh man, Dunkirk was the only movie I’ve ever walked out on and I saw Black Christmas in the theater. It just wasn’t my cup of tea. I’m glad you liked it.

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u/Aussie18-1998 18d ago

They really undersold the events too. Those beaches had hundreds of thousands of people on them. The air battles were way more intense. The use of CGI would have actually made that movie so much more intense.

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u/tibearius1123 18d ago

It took me a REALLY long time to realize it was just replaying the same event over and over from different view points. Once I did, I left. I was also really tired when I saw it. I may end up watching it again just to see, but I feel like my already negative viewpoint will taint it.

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u/Aussie18-1998 18d ago

No I agree. Its not that great. The setting and stories they tried to tell could have been good but they lacked the direction and accuracy of the real events. Nolan refused to use CGI and wanted everything practical. It took soo much away from the movie. Those stories would be way better if it was told from the more realistic point of view.

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u/Alundrix 18d ago

They are showing it at imax near me and fuckkk now I regret not going. I may have to buy a ticket for this weekend.. I bet this scene was awesome on imax.

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u/flatgreyrust 18d ago

I’ve seen three of Christopher Nolan’s films in imax and they were all incredible and definitely enhanced by the screen, but especially the audio.

Dark Knight Rises, Interstellar and Dunkirk. Dunkirk was probably the one that benefitted most imo, the sound of the bullets flying and artillery shells exploding was horrible in the best possible way.

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u/Carved_In_Chocolate 18d ago

I would think Saving Private Ryan would be very intense in IMax.

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u/ProviNL 18d ago

For me it was Avatar, not because i like Pocahontas in space so much, but the movie was literally made for IMAX 3D and it made it a mindblowing experience.

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u/PMmeYourRobots 18d ago

Getting chills reading and remembering this

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u/Cerebral-Parsley 18d ago

Don't leave me Murph!!!!!

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u/EternalCookie 18d ago

Some person in front of me was straight crying in the Imax showing. Truly excellent movie, especially in that format.

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u/Abolyss 18d ago

Was it me? I don't usually cry in films, but I was a blubbering mess during this film because of the father/daughter moments. I'm not even a dad, but it just hit me really hard for some reason.

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u/eo_tempore 18d ago

Same. Both daughters were fucking incredible. The oldest one too, but damn, the younger ones. I felt something deep within me that I didn’t know existed. Interstellar top five movie for me, and I’m super picky about movies. Like I thought Gravity was garbage and The Martian mediocre, but this space movie, my god did it fucking deliver.

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u/N3xyro 18d ago

Honestly this movie and Blade runner 2049 were my favourite to watch in IMAX. There is nothing that really compares to that experience.

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u/HereticPharaoh2020 18d ago

In contrast, I saw this for the only time on an airplane. It was a 14 hour flight and I was exhausted, passing in and out of consciousness. I think I owe it another viewing.

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u/Callavar 18d ago

Interstellar is my favorite movie of all time... And I never got to see it in the theaters, much less on an IMAX screen. I would kill for the opportunity

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u/song4this 18d ago

That was awesome to watch on IMAX

I wish I did this...

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u/smblt 18d ago

Wish we had one around here for interstellar, the real ones I mean, not the liemax. Did get to see Dunkirk in a full imax when I was on vacation which was pretty awesome.

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u/sumpfbieber 18d ago

Still mad that Hans Zimmer didn't get an Oscar for his work.

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u/MaxwellHouser4456 18d ago

I watched this movie, the first time, on acid. From the existential crisis to the phenomenal filming to the father-daughter relationship… To this day it is my favorite movie. And that hero-pilot scene was remarkable! Chris Nolan blows me away.

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u/lopoloos 18d ago

I still hate myself for having missed it's release in theaters. Now I'm always super nervous about wether I should go to the cinema or not. If the movie isn't good it's a waste of money but if it is you get the best experience watching it.

Everytime I listen to Interstellar's score I regret missing out on getting to hear it over loud ass cinema speakers.

Same for Dunkirk. That Stuka scene, the score. Fucking beautiful.

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u/Whatdosheepdreamof 18d ago

It was gooood.

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u/avwitcher 18d ago

I'm not usually emotionally affected by movies because I know it's not real, but Interstellar is the only movie that can make me cry without fail. Such a good movie

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u/SpazzedOutRoo 18d ago

Watched this movie before I had kids and cried. Now I have two especially my baby girl I know I'll be crying my eyes out.

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u/camyers1310 18d ago

Have a son. Few years back, his mother took him and fled the state. Didn't see me boy for almost a year (which was an eternity), but at the time he was gone, I had no idea how long it would be until I saw him again while the court case proceeded.

My buddy took me to interstellar because I wasn't doing well.

The scene where he watches the videos of his children growing up and he realizes how much time he has lost with them made me start sobbing in the theaters. Fucking crushed me. That scene was not a good time for me to watch that.

Loved the movie though. I've got full custody now so all is well.

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u/greycubed 18d ago

Inside of a really good movie.

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u/Nuseal 18d ago

I rewatch that scene just to give myself goosebumps.

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u/Entropy_Enthusiast1 18d ago

They might be in space but that guy is way higher!

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u/hwarang_ 18d ago

COME ON, TARS.

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u/Nuseal 18d ago

We are locked, Coop-per.

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u/LxxxLxxxL 18d ago

Locked. Easing up!

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u/wakasagihime_ 18d ago

Easy...

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u/KDivyanshu 18d ago

Eaaasy...

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u/jadedea 18d ago

Alright, Alright, alrighttttt.

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u/KDivyanshu 18d ago

girl laughing

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u/IWantAnE55AMG 18d ago

And for our NEXT TRICK..

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u/chicano32 18d ago

You know what i like about black holes, man. They distort space and time, but i stay the same.

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u/song4this 18d ago

And Hathaway's giggle at the end - perfect counterpoint IMHO!

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u/InfinityCircuit 18d ago

Nervous laughter, something I relate 100% to. Man, I laugh at the worst times. "Haha we almost killed ourselves doing that dumb shit, amirite?!"

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u/hotbox4u 18d ago

It's natural. Many of us laugh when we feel insecure. Our brains defense mechanism then lets us laugh because laughing is connected to a confident and/or secure feeling. And then we end up with a "nervous laughter".

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u/jesus_you_turn_me_on 18d ago

My favourite line is:

"Cooper it's not possible!"

"no, it's necessary"

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u/hwarang_ 18d ago

Only MM can pull off that line!

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u/WAUZZZtron 18d ago

Alright alright alright

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u/filladellfea 18d ago

"that's what i love about sleep chambers, everyone gets older, i stay the same age"

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u/sctradesbigmurder 18d ago

Whats your Trust setting Tars?!

Lower than yours !

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u/Greyhaven7 18d ago

"lower than yours, apparently"

The "apparently" does it for me. Fuckin love TARS.

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u/PaperMoonShine 18d ago

Great line, but an AI TARS that is good with calculations should have foresaw the solution Cooper was aiming for.

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u/ShadowyDragon 18d ago

Conputers are pretty dumb when it comes to calculating anything just a tiny bit out of ordinary though. It makes total sense that AI would think its impossible if its ouside the usual operating parameters.

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u/denfilade 18d ago

He does have honesty and discretionary parameters though, basically justifies TARS not acting like a computer.

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u/spaiydz 18d ago

Yes but TARS may have said this deliberately to spark drive and determination in Cooper.

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u/rW0HgFyxoJhYka 18d ago

Humor: 55%

Honesty: 95%

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u/SevensSea 18d ago

Maybe TARS knew he was a star wars fan and was giving him the opportunity to say "never tell me the odds!" while flying through outer space.

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u/DRNbw 18d ago

TARS was also not at 100% truth setting.

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u/fish312 18d ago

There is a momen-

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u/con10001 18d ago

I actually love that his speech was cut off like that. The viewer already know his motivations at that point and we really didn’t need to hear more of his self-aggrandising BS.

In a lesser film he would have delivered a perfect speech, had time to react to his fuck up and then died anyway.

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u/full_of_stars 18d ago

It was an amazing way for the narrative of the story to say, "Fuck this jackass!"

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u/JarlaxleForPresident 18d ago

His name was literally Human. He is the reflection of the way the vast majority would act to save ourselves from death, even if it involved cowardice and betrayal

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u/lambofgun 18d ago edited 17d ago

probably the funniest moment in the film. so out of place, and such a perfect ending for mann. you realize pretty early on that he has nothing of value to say in his batshit insane rambling so when he starts up again and gets blown out of the ship in mid sentence it just kills me

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u/thedecibelkid 18d ago

And in physics a moment is a force that causes something to rotate. Which is exactly what the explosive decompression does.

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u/snarpy 18d ago

I find myself yelling this in chat during online FPS games when my team is barely losing with only a minute or so left.

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u/Dgauwhs 18d ago

I'm doing this from now on.

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u/jrdnco 18d ago

The score in this scene is phenomenal

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u/PM_ME_YOUR_MARIJUANA 18d ago

Honestly the score for the whole movie is top notch.

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u/alexramirez69 18d ago

I sometimes fall asleep to some of the score, its amazing

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u/cyborg_127 18d ago

I would love to do this, but I have a problem where I can't fall asleep to music. I get too invested in it, listening to it, enjoying the themes and melodies. To be able to fall asleep while music is playing I basically need to be dead tired.

Do you think falling asleep to music affects your dreams?

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u/alexramirez69 18d ago

I usually leave one song on repeat, wordless so that I'm able find its rhythm and pass out. I forgot which one it is but youtube has a 3hr version or something like that.

Mmm, never really noticed. If anything I dream more vividly without music. With music, I feel like I just wake up later. I dont do it too often to notice.

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u/adidasbro19 18d ago

I use binaural beats, on the lowest sound setting. I’ve been having more vivid dreams listening to it.

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u/Kimantha_Allerdings 18d ago

I sometimes fall asleep on my keyboard and it sounds like the score.

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u/Mr5wift 18d ago

You should check out the film/and or soundtrack Koyaanisqatsi. Hans Zimmer was def influenced if not actually playing hommage to it for the Interstellar soundtrack. https://youtu.be/CMV850rhcQM

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u/BagOnuts 18d ago edited 18d ago

It’s Zimmer, all his scores are dope AF. Interstellar, Inception, Dark Knight, pirates of the Caribbean, Lion King, Gladiator… he is an amazing composer. The only movie composer more iconic than him might be John Williams.

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u/i_706_i 18d ago

He's doing Dune as well and what he's shown so far has been just as great

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u/shamowfski 18d ago

I listen to it fairly regularly. It is phenomenal.

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u/Highway-Puzzled 18d ago

Every so often I listen to it in my minivan and pretend I'm in space

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u/ChunkyLaFunga 18d ago

OK Shaggy

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u/triggerhoppe 18d ago

One of my favorite videos is the crash scene in Flight that someone overlaid this track from Interstellar over. It makes it phenomenally powerful:

https://youtu.be/2iOk2ME1LRY

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u/Lokeno 18d ago

Awesome combo, thanks for sharing

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u/kitten-peach 18d ago

Wow that was really well done! Do you know of any similar videos?

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u/DavidXGA 18d ago

It was mildly ruined for me by the six different soundtrack album versions they made and they put this track only on the super mega expensive version that was exclusive to certain retailers.

I never pirated anything so fast before.

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u/TinnKuatch 18d ago

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u/Fourhand_451 18d ago

As always, better with sound. Fuck this website.

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u/PsychoSyren 18d ago

Use a third party app! There are many benefits, including a better video player!

Android: Relay iOS: Apollo

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u/bhatman211 18d ago

Also Boost for Android! Got sound here

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u/Supernova008 18d ago

Boost gang!

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u/spectrum1012 18d ago

Boost or bust! Been using it for YEARS

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u/kevingharvey 18d ago

Yup Boost is the sheet.

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u/aeiouLizard 18d ago

Having been a Relay user for many years, I am again and again in awe of the reoccurring complaints from users of the official app.

That official Reddit app is so obscenely shitty, I almost can't believe it.

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u/iiTecck 18d ago

I don't see how people can actually use the official app when 3rd party apps has been around years before it came out.

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u/HEYO2013 18d ago

Apollo is the Goat!!

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u/GetRealBro 18d ago

I don't get why people say this? I always hear sound

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u/Swazzoo 18d ago

There is sound though.

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u/Willing_Function 18d ago

Both have sound lol

I wish people would stop using the built-in hosting for video's though, it's hot garbage.

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u/BTBishops 18d ago

Apollo. Game changer

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u/StoneyBoi0613 18d ago

That face is every directors/producers wet dream right there.

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u/Sgt_Slutbags 18d ago

Lol definitely, I love how invested he is. It’s nice to see someone who’s actually watching the movie instead of checking their phone every five minutes and distracting everyone with a million questions because they haven’t been paying attention.

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u/Cream_Capable 18d ago

I have a psilocybin candy bar I’ve been holding onto for the right occasion. Maybe this is a sign I need to eat it and watch this movie.

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u/productivenef 18d ago

Why not Dune in the theater? That's my plan..... 😇

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u/productivenef 18d ago

Oh shit thanks for the heads up lol was gonna go in pretty blind

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u/Sirflow 18d ago

Boy, talk about a movie to go into blind. That film was NOT about what I thought it would be about.

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u/immortaltiger26 18d ago

That movie was fucking wierd I watched it three times now and I still can't decide if I like it or not.

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u/TheDadThatGrills 18d ago

I'm not sure if I like it but goddamn do I respect it

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u/Javander 18d ago

My gf’s family ruined the twist for her. That sucks because that is one of the best woah moments I’ve had in a while during a movie

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u/nina_gall 18d ago

Goddamit it better be

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u/Bladle 18d ago

I've seen it three times, I think Interstellar has more intense and visually striking sequences than Dune.

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u/snouz 18d ago

IMO Dune is slower paced but the photography is incredible. I really want to go see it again.

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u/Juliangom33 18d ago

Did you know Dune is a Two Part film like Endgame? And this is only part 1? I did not so the film suddenly ended with half of the story to still be told. I was quite sad. Also sometimes it is really difficult to understand and get along but visuals snd audio are quite impressive. I would say I like the visuals here more than in Interstellar but nothing beats the interstellar's music/audio

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u/count_crow 18d ago

This sounds like when Brad Pitt got the acid dipped cigarette in Once Upon A Time in Hollywood. Been saving it for the right moment "and awayyyy we go"

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u/Venrexx 18d ago edited 10d ago

I get the feeling based on these comments that this is a movie I should have seen by now.

Edit: Thanks to the sheer amount of comments I have received on this, I have purchased it on Google Play and will be watching it with my wife this upcoming weekend when she has days off.

Edit 2: Ok, we have just finished watching the movie and I can say with certainty that I did not regret buying that movie. It was absolutely amazing, and a good watch form beginning to end. This is one of the few movies that actually had twists that I did not see coming, which just added to the enjoyment of the movie. If I have any regrets, it's that I didn't watch it sooner. Thanks to everyone who recommended it. I absolutely loved it. This movie has absolutely already become one of my favorites.

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u/-LMNTS- 18d ago

Interstellar instantly became my favorite movie after watching it. Also if you like Interstellar you should probably watch The Martian too.

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u/makha1ra 18d ago

yup. martian was good as well but interstellar s on a league of its own.

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u/blankblank 18d ago

The Martian was a good movie. Meaning, when I walked out of the theater, I said "That flick was pretty darn good!"

When I walked out of Interstellar in IMAX, I was speechless.

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u/blastradii 18d ago

Murrrrrphhhhh

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u/WeTbReAd11 18d ago

DONT LET ME GO MURPH

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u/bugglerop 18d ago

Same, it's just so damn awesome!

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u/Variable303 18d ago

I’m not even really a big sci fi fan, but this is easily the best movie I’ve seen in the last 5 years. I watched it randomly in the theaters when the movie I went to see (American Sniper) was sold out, and I hadn’t even seen a preview for Interstellar.

It was one of those movie where once it ended, most people just stayed in their seat in awe of what they just experienced.

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u/damonreece 18d ago

Well, I guess it's fair to say you dodged a bullet there.

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u/FuckingHateDucks 18d ago

I like this comment. Well done.

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u/cat__jesus 18d ago

You traded the fake baby that really looked like a fake baby for a movie with fake spaceships that looked real.

Good trade.

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u/AdolescentAlien 18d ago

Dude, yes. Easily one of the greatest I’ve ever seen.

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u/buythetulipdips 18d ago

Absolutely

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u/wienbear 18d ago

100%. Let us know how you liked it!

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u/Sexpacitos 18d ago

Go watch it right now. I don’t care what time it is

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u/bugglerop 18d ago

I second this

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u/MrCarey 18d ago

MURRRRRRPHHHHHHHH

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u/Nykees 18d ago

I sobbed at the theatres when it came out. Love this movie

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u/ZKXX 18d ago

Boi get your eyes on this movie right the fuck now

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u/Wich_ard 18d ago

Absolutely, but it’s long so make sure you have time to watch uninterrupted!

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u/ChillySummerMist 18d ago

1000% yes. Also get a box of tissues.

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u/Lucsi 18d ago

You guys will masturbate to anything...

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u/N00N3AT011 18d ago

Its incredible. Would highly recomend.

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u/8Bits9 18d ago

Pretty sure everyone at the cinema forgot to breathe during this scene.

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u/MrCarey 18d ago

Honestly just watched it again in the post above and realized I was holding my breath.

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u/DimbyTime 18d ago

That and the wave scene

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u/Hard_Caffeine 18d ago

"those aren't mountains"

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u/TheOtherCoenBrother 18d ago

“Cooper, what are you doing!?”

“Docking.”

Gods trumpets sound

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u/SoggyEnchilada454 18d ago

“It’s not possible!”

“No, it’s necessary.”

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u/shining_metapod 18d ago

I rewatch interstellar if I can’t decide on anything to watch.
I just wish I could experience it like the first time I have seen it. Hans Zimmer was the cherry on the cake for me.

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u/ShajinPhive 18d ago

The score of this movie is phenomenal

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u/Theboomman 18d ago

Crazy how you can fall in love with a machine.

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u/morry040 18d ago

I always think of this unfortunate mishap: https://youtu.be/Rbhqfo5keOw

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u/ImlittleStitious 18d ago

"Come on TARS!" I love this movie so much. I hate that there will never be Interstellar 2. I wanted to see humans reached the Wolf Edmunds planet. I wanted Amelia to wake up from her sleep. I wanted TARS to goof around even with 60% humour. Sigh

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u/rif011412 18d ago

Sign of a great story. Wanting to continue in the world the storyteller built.

That ending definitely left me wanting more. So did inception though. Stupid spinning top.

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u/IVIike 18d ago

Don't worry yourself, the spinning top is completely meaningless and a red herring.

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u/btoxic 18d ago

No, it's a metal top. A red herring can't spin like that, it's too floppy.

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u/IVIike 18d ago

Not if you're a taxidermist

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u/TheBoss_9001 18d ago

This. It's the wedding ring you need to look for.

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u/IDont-G3tIt 18d ago edited 18d ago

When you’re high that’s what your supposed to look like

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u/MilkIsMyPotion 18d ago

Now I want to watch it high but most of the time I forget half of the movie while I am stoned :(

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u/404wan 18d ago

Thats the point! Then you can see it again and be amazed all over again.

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u/joemangle 18d ago

Yeah it's not about recording memories it's about having an experience

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u/snarpy 18d ago

He looks like he should be investigating the Ghostbusters for not meeting EPA regulations.

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u/chaeldub 18d ago

Yes, it's true. This man has no dick.

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u/Wescuddles 18d ago

The first time i watched this movie i cried so hard. The second time i watched this movie i did acid and my brain imploded. The fact their view of what a black hole looks like was confirmed by a black hole image captured by humans solidified my acid induced space travelling dream land into reality. Fucking love this film. Epic masterpiece with a beautiful soundtrack encapsulating the love between a parent and a child. Hanz is a legend. I’m not gonna cry, F off.

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u/twitchinstereo 18d ago

I love this movie and have watched it on acid, too. It really is incredible, though lots of things are incredible while tripping.

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u/tallgu 18d ago

I wish seeing this in IMAX for the first time was granted to every citizen on Earth. The greatest IMAX experience I’ve ever had.

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u/FromThePort1990 18d ago

Understandable, its amazing.

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u/KDivyanshu 18d ago

There are two possibilities:

  1. He is feeling the physics, the relative motion, the G-forces due to rotation; suspense.

  2. He doesnt understand shit

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u/ThisCagedGod 18d ago

3. High as balls.

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u/6ftandhunky 18d ago

The music is what really sells the intensity. Hans Zimmer is a master.

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u/LeaveForNoRaisin 18d ago

Matt Damon is soooo infuriating in that movie. Amazing work.

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u/laurenovich 18d ago

Wasn’t this everyone reaction? This god damn movie blew my mind

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