INTERSTELLAR: Is It Deep or Dumb? - Wisecrack Edition

18 mai 2019
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Christopher Nolan's Interstellar elicits mixed reaction. Is it a space masterpiece, or a blackhole of nonsense? In this episode, we'll explore Nolan's themes - of exploration, love and knowledge - and ask the question: is Interstellar deep or dumb?
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  • I Think, with my humble view as a bit critical consumer of cinema, that with some exceptions, Nolan makes intelligent films for dumb people. And it's sad because he is really good as a director.

    hamid khbhamid khbIl y a 12 heures
  • My favourite movie of all time, the cinematography and soundtrack blew me away every time I watch it. The only movie Ive gone to the cinema again the next day to watch.

    Cameron TubbCameron TubbIl y a 12 heures
  • Jesus christ.. millenials are so easy to impress. "New kubrick", "best movie ever"....smh

    Jannik T. S.Jannik T. S.Il y a jour
  • Damn is the movie saying that humans are god

    Jacob WatsonJacob WatsonIl y a 4 jours
  • Spoiler alert? dont worry it will still be hard to get on 1st watch :D

    FInotherthingFInotherthingIl y a 4 jours
  • Dumb definitely

    Ali SmithAli SmithIl y a 11 jours
  • Your haircut invalidate your opinion for me, Im sorry I judge you but its involuntary.

    that guy down the streetthat guy down the streetIl y a 11 jours
  • I'm sick and tired of this 70s looking dude... change the hair cut please! Love the content, but after I matched a face to the voice ita upsetting that you look this way in 2020

    that guy down the streetthat guy down the streetIl y a 11 jours
  • "World war two epics" pay attention don't you?

    Joe PeeJoe PeeIl y a 13 jours
  • Damn never realized he didnt ask about his son after being saved. Thats cold

    TroubleZ H.C.TTroubleZ H.C.TIl y a 14 jours
  • Not even watching the video. I'm here to comment that Interstellar is very deep and in my opinion Nolan's greatest movie and one of the best movies of all time. It's literally a hard sci fi that makes you cry!

    Rhea PerezRhea PerezIl y a 16 jours
  • Interstellar made me realize the the universe isn’t even the largest thing in reality but where is the universe. Because of how infinite is the void beyond the universe

    Crazy ElCrazy ElIl y a 17 jours
  • I don’t understand how anyone could not like this movie...

    cameron taylorcameron taylorIl y a 19 jours
  • Masterpiece Achieved the great feat of equaling 2001 I love how the Saturn space station brings Inception into a reality.

    Ed smithEd smithIl y a 21 jour
  • I get why people love Inception so much, but Interstellar will always be my favorite Nolan film

    M NM NIl y a 24 jours
  • The Cooper Paradox in the movie Interstellar one of the scenes in the beginning shows books and a little toy spaceship fall off of a bookshelf the girl who lives in the room with the bookshelf puts the books back up and take the toy spaceship down stairs to her father Cooper and tells him about how the “ghost” knocked it down again and it broke so cooper fixes it for her and she takes it back to her room , later on a sand storm happens and the little girl left her window open so sand is flying into the room but as the sand is flying in there’s lines between the sand straight lines from the roof to the floor where the sand is , later on in the movie cooper goes thru a black whole and his spaceships breaks and he’s ejected out of it and he’s free falling thru this black hole but he ends up in a 5d library that is constantly playing in the little girls room and he goes up to the book shelf that’s in his daughters room n he’s hitting it kuz he’s mad and trying to get her attention but he’s in a whole different dimension so she can’t hear him but as he’s hitting the book shelf those same books that fell in the beginning of the movie fall in her room along with the spaceship and she takes it and show cooper and he fixes it and she comes back and put it back on the shelf , the sand , he also puts his fingers thru the falling sand in her room and his daughter and him ( cooper ) are watching the sand fall with the straight lines it and are very confused but it turns out it was cooper the whole time making the lines in the sand and knocking down the books he was the little girls “ghost” this creates the “Cooper Paradox” because what has already happened is also happening in the 5d dimension before cooper ever left earth to go into the black hole and the 5d library to make all of this happen , so what is happening in his daughters room before cooper leaves earth is ALREADY happening before it ever happened in the first place creating the “Cooper Paradox”

    noFEFEassNiggasallowednoFEFEassNiggasallowedIl y a 24 jours
  • dumb

    f pf pIl y a 28 jours
  • This movie is boooooring

    Luiz MeloLuiz MeloIl y a 28 jours
  • dumb

    Rick HibdonRick HibdonIl y a 28 jours
  • interstellar is just a huge pile of shit

    Ahmed MustafaAhmed MustafaIl y a mois
  • Short answer: deep Long answer: yes, it is deep

    ESC EnglandESC EnglandIl y a mois
  • It's crazy because I've seen interstellar about 5 times, and this is the first I'm hearing about cooper having a son.

    Joshua OkeJoshua OkeIl y a mois
  • The only thing does not makes sense, was why they did not build they same station but underground. how is outer space is better than underground earth. dont get it. Also if future people built a wormhole and the blackhole in the middle of the space, what prevented them from making Earth better??????

    freedom TVfreedom TVIl y a mois
  • This video has made me love Interstellar even more than I already did, and it's one of my favourite movies, I've watched it over 15 times. Thank youuu!

    Perphect Ion SeekerPerphect Ion SeekerIl y a mois
  • Another savior movie that does not get to the heart of why we truly need saving; dumb.

    Brian WrightBrian WrightIl y a mois
  • Stoopit, stoopit, stoopit movie. At least as stoopit as naming your female child "Murph", which you know sounds like someone being smothered and/or "Smurf", because of something so fucking trite as "Murphy's Law".

    Gino diFonzoGino diFonzoIl y a mois
  • How can someone find the love message in this movie as cheesy? Like wtf do you watch or makes you feel like that, I can't understand at all

    maahglemaahgleIl y a mois
  • Great movie, great explanation

    Lisa RoseLisa RoseIl y a mois
  • I totally get that 'Love' scene, even from a purely mechanical viewpoint. It's obvious, right? R-right? Atoms even form bonds. The universe might just have been the perfect truth we're seeking, and everything toward that perfect truth distracts us from the love that's right under our noses? That's certainly horseshit, but it would make a good ending to a story. :^)

    Timothy BellTimothy BellIl y a mois
    • And this, friends, is called being honest in a dishonest way. There's no word for it in English, is there? Irony, maybe...

      Timothy BellTimothy BellIl y a mois
  • Reception for 2001 was also divided in the late 60s. So in the future, Interstellar will probably be praised.

    Dr.TimTamDr.TimTamIl y a mois
  • Interstellar is one of my all time favorite movies and I'm super bummed that I didnt make it to theaters to watch it and that I cant find anyone to watch it with me

    Emilio HernandezEmilio HernandezIl y a mois
  • Interstellar is why I'm studying to be an astrophysicist don't @ me

    스티븐스아름스티븐스아름Il y a mois
  • I disagree with one point specifically. You state that future humanity guided us and specifically coopers actions and that then contradicts the theme of humans being pioneers. Future humanity provided a tool but no answers. The wormhole and the Tesseract were tools with no instructions. NASA had to probe the wormhole with humans who sacrificed their lives. Cooper and the crew risked all to journey with only hope And no answers. Cooper had to discern for himself the purpose and potential of the Tesseract. Murphy had to discover the data hidden in the watch and still solve the equation. If future humanity guided any of these actions we wouldn’t really have a story to tell. Other than that. I think this is a solid video.

    jaggerman22jaggerman22Il y a mois
  • #Masterpiece!

    utanutanIl y a mois
  • lol i forgot Cooper had a son

    Armand DArmand DIl y a mois
  • From a cinematic and aesthetic POV - masterpiece. How often do scientific papers get written as sequelae from a Hollywood movie? From a human/emotional one.... ehhhh..... hit the nail on the head about the clunky love bit.

    LC WongLC WongIl y a mois
  • Miricals through science is anti scientific ...out of flux nothing but flux everything has a equal and opposite reaction the definition of unknowable is IT CANT BE KNOWN you hafto change the dictionary to make this scientific

    Eden Garden LabsEden Garden LabsIl y a 2 mois
  • To save the humans in the past the future humans would have needed to survive already lol just ask those space squids to write you a ink message on how it works lol

    Eden Garden LabsEden Garden LabsIl y a 2 mois
  • Making the unknown...knowable lol you hafto ask yourself is my take deep or dumb lol

    Eden Garden LabsEden Garden LabsIl y a 2 mois
  • Wow! I never considered the parallels between Conrads, "The Heart of Darkness," and Nolan's, "Interstellar." The similarities in theme as well as the general structure of the storyline are striking.

    Eric YoergEric YoergIl y a 2 mois
  • Watch Dark, a german sci-fi mindfuck. It's an instant classic and easily a top 5 sci-fi show of all-time

    Chad SimsChad SimsIl y a 2 mois
  • So how does your future self intervene to affect change in the past. This is the big thing all time travel movies use and they say, well it always happens that way. It's not a damn explanation and we know cause and effect doesn't work that way

    Chad SimsChad SimsIl y a 2 mois
  • Interstupid

    M.R. WilkinsM.R. WilkinsIl y a 2 mois
  • It felt to me that "love" part is simply a dumb BS strategically placed for people to root. True love is rather expressed when Cooper's Eyes get wet when he drives away from home, or listens to messages of his children or when he cries from the tessarect to his older self to stay or when he touches Dr. Brand's hand through the warmhole.

    Anik Samiur RahmanAnik Samiur RahmanIl y a 2 mois
  • This movie made me fall in love with filmmaking

    Akshay K SunilAkshay K SunilIl y a 2 mois
  • When you're make a space ship is ok to give the mission to some farmer that lives nearby. This movie sucks. Is ok to go to space but not to build underground bases here in the planet with unlimited acces to oxigen and water. DUMB AS FUCK

    pedro nunezpedro nunezIl y a 2 mois
  • To be fair, Sky fairy 🧚‍♂️ Jesus didn’t sacrifice himself. He was ratted out and didn’t try to escape. He just let himself be nailed. Fool.

    13Shelby13ShelbyIl y a 2 mois
  • Interstellar was an absolute masterpiece of a film. Everything from the soundtrack, to Cooper crying because he hadn't seen his kids in 23 years because of a very real phenomena called time dilation, I know a lot of it is science fiction. But there is also some real science behind the movie. And this is why I love it so much.

    youandi06youandi06Il y a 2 mois
  • for me this movie is vomit inducing

    Carthago Nova41Carthago Nova41Il y a 2 mois
  • Cooper's son is the most mistreated character i've ever seen. It was sad as He was the one who was sendinf him videos yet Murph was too bitter and salty. OMG i just still don't get why!??

    Scott MachaserScott MachaserIl y a 2 mois
  • I guess it's deep if you''re dumb. It's an expertly made terrible script

    Stoph DStoph DIl y a 2 mois
  • The movie is extremely well made, exceptionally well. But to me it's just that, surely not as thought provoking or original as Inception was. And please don't get me started with the people who liked the movie and WANT to explain it to you so you like it as well but fail miserably.

    AzizTasticAzizTasticIl y a 2 mois
  • Everything outside of love is a theory is this movie. When all is said and done theories are exactly like believing in god. You put your faith in something that isn’t concretely proven. Love however is real, immediate and the only thing that truly makes us human. Discussion of ideas I’d more important than if this movie is dumb or not, and the film does open up discussions. If I had to state an opinion... it’s a heavy movie for simps.

    Terrarium ElioTerrarium ElioIl y a 2 mois
  • Weirdly enough, the attempt of quantifying and utilizing love seen in this movie can even be seen in Eureka 7. Albeit in a very anime and objectively stupid way.

    Yatharth MozaYatharth MozaIl y a 2 mois
  • I personally loved it and couldn't help but wonder at the ambition, even if it wasn't executed absolutely perfectly(tbh I don't think any of it's flaws were that big of a deal). It will be very interesting to see how this film is remembered; a bit of a dud from Nolan, or a masterpiece. I think at the very least, it WILL be remembered and the same cannot be said for the majority of films that come out.

    Luca 4496Luca 4496Il y a 3 mois
  • I swear, every time the video switches to the narrator's face, I am thrown off. The voice doesn't seem to fit the face. Good video, though.

    Nevermore77Nevermore77Il y a 3 mois
  • I don't think interstellar is dumb, but it softly approaches it. Mixing love with science was completely dumb though.

    Grey FoxGrey FoxIl y a 3 mois
  • Absolutely brilliant film. One if my favs.

    Kolby DustbetchKolby DustbetchIl y a 3 mois
  • It's dumb

    mayur magadalwarmayur magadalwarIl y a 3 mois
    • @Luca 4496 the screenplay is inconsistent the concept is dumb the only redeeming qualities are soundtrack and cinematography

      mayur magadalwarmayur magadalwarIl y a 2 mois
    • Luca Patel i never said it was a bad movie, i like it. also im glad ur not one of those people who say u have to have a high iq to get it

      Sharkfinn72Sharkfinn72Il y a 2 mois
    • @Sharkfinn72 it's not even meant to make scientific sense. It's not a flawless movie but people calling it dumb are really missing the point, and NOT because their IQ is too low or whatever Nolan fanboys say. The ending isn't meant to make scientific sense...

      Luca 4496Luca 4496Il y a 2 mois
    • still a cool movie tho

      Sharkfinn72Sharkfinn72Il y a 2 mois
    • why?

      Luca 4496Luca 4496Il y a 3 mois
  • Maybe the world would be a better place is love could flourish a bit more. Not the religious forceful love, drawn out from by the chanting at mass. But the love that comes first as a flicker that can exist only when it isn't harshly judged.

    lilChae릴채lilChae릴채Il y a 3 mois
  • My favorite quote is "we're out of orbit" when they meant "we're back in orbit but out of the atmosphere" lol The story works really well and is a deeply moving film. But it has bigger holes than Gargantuan black hole they find, and you need to ignore the sci-fi elements of it and take it as space fantasy or something like that. When they apparently though some place on earth was so secret nobody could possibly find you start to notice the logic in the future is a bit different. But my favorite is they were using the black hole to sling-shot back, but apparently you have to drive the space ship as if it is a plane, so that means if they don't accelerate near the black-hole they will fall into it, which negates the whole "slingshot" element of it which was trying to save propellant using the black hole gravity to change direction and specially not needing to accelerate. It's just weird.

    TrinidadTrinidadIl y a 3 mois
  • To be fair about the love and "gut feeling" thing, I'm a big fan of intuition and that "gut feeling" because it comes from a subconscious level of understanding or connecting the dots. There are theories (that are far from my iq level to be able to explain haha) that talk about how our reptilian or triune brain is wired to this form of hunch that CAN be our brain simply understanding patterns that we can not rationalize. And one thing that is described in the "start with why" from Simon Sinek that I think fits in this film that, those "gut decisions" are often what has moved humanity to make the unknown, known and what seemed crazy, acknowledgeable. BUT I don't know, I can be wrong, that's just my intuition. ;) (hope it didn't get too confusing, I'm not a native speaker of English haha)

    Haniel CalHaniel CalIl y a 3 mois
  • Im only like 3 mins in. and this dumbass is pissing me off. i know hes probabaly reading off a script, but whoever thought that copper and murph were destined to go missed the point of the film. nasa didnt choose cooper and murph. Not at all. He was actually told not go. but becuase of his chracter, which is depcited, shown not told midn you, hes a pilot, an enginer, an adventur, and wants to leave. so he wasnt chosen, he was meant to go, but he wanst chosen. and if u cant understand that yur just dumb. sorry. bye ;)

    Douglas McintoshDouglas McintoshIl y a 3 mois
  • I think Interstellar has thematic resemblance with Tarkovsky's Solaris

    Mrinal Kanti NathMrinal Kanti NathIl y a 3 mois
  • I’m angry at Cooper for not loving his son as much as Murph. So what if Tom isn’t for space travel and represents the earth first ideology.

    The ProtagonistThe ProtagonistIl y a 3 mois
  • The first 90% of interstellar is extremely depressing, the last 10% is extremely confusing. I really did not enjoy this movie and would not go out of my way to watch it again.

    John DJohn DIl y a 3 mois
  • 2001 is sheer brilliance since it leaves a lot to each viewer's imagination and interpretation. Interstellar is the result of mediocre minds, pseudo science (must irritate the heck out of scientists) and new age baloney. What bothers me most are the emotions that are supposed to convey what we should feel (a trait all Nolan films suffer from btw). Coop and Bambi (Hathaway) return to the mothership and practically ask their colleague: "couldn't you take a nap for 23 years or so?" Best elements? The bookcase scene works great as a time loop and is a reminder of HAL's inner workings and TARS looks like the monolith in 2001 when it's not on the move.

    Ralph PanhuyzenRalph PanhuyzenIl y a 4 mois
  • It's SciFi movie not documentary..stop criticism plz..I just love this movie already watched more than 10 times

    Vikas AgreVikas AgreIl y a 4 mois
  • There are two types of peoples.... One who appreciate interstellar and the other who didn't understand it😃😃😀😁😁

    Fazan KashalFazan KashalIl y a 4 mois
    • @NUR Muhammad No its not boring Its about father and daughter love with science and climate catastrophe I would probably recommend you to watch iit again.............

      Fazan KashalFazan KashalIl y a 2 mois
    • I understand it, but the movie quite boring for me🤣

      NUR MuhammadNUR MuhammadIl y a 2 mois
  • Interstellar is an incredible movie A true masterpiece

    YEET BOIYEET BOIIl y a 4 mois
  • I don't care what other people think. I've seen some very negative reviews, but I think the movie will always be a masterpiece. No one can take that away with me and likely not change my mind.

    Rob BobRob BobIl y a 4 mois
  • We need a second live to..

    Lucas RichterLucas RichterIl y a 4 mois
  • It was stupid as hell. The ending was insulting. Utter garbage.

  • Dr. Mann is supposed to represent the dark side of man. A little on the nose dont you think...

    MIXMASTER114MIXMASTER114Il y a 4 mois
  • deep or dumb... pretentious, like most of his movies

    ObliviousShadowObliviousShadowIl y a 4 mois
  • The whole video lead up to being summed up as if it moved you, twas deep, if it didn't twas dumb. By definition this subjectivity I must say this was a dud bruh

    Fugu_Fugu_Il y a 4 mois
  • The metaphysical helping hand is a human hand from the future. They're (we're) still pioneers.

    Fabrício ReisFabrício ReisIl y a 4 mois
  • Interstellar isnt a movie. Its a masterpiece. An experience.

    Fabrício ReisFabrício ReisIl y a 4 mois
  • Soft deep is the same as a soft dumb, js

    payden mclaughlinpayden mclaughlinIl y a 4 mois
  • This movie is AMAZING!!!!!!

    WizzyDoes DallasWizzyDoes DallasIl y a 4 mois
  • 16:37 It’s not him literally communicating with love, it’s him knowing what will get her attention, as he knows her. Also, I think the reason he realizes that humanity did this in the future is, that Murph telling the story of her room forward would mean future humanity knowing the significance of it. The ”love transcends time and space” scene was always pretty clear to me. From everything they know, Mann’s planet seems to be the safer option. Brand knows this, and her monologue is just an attempt to rationalize seeing a loved one again. It’s disregarded by the other characters as it is disregarded by the audience. Adding to this scene, it’s mentioned that the reason Edmund stopped sending messages could be a broken transmitter, but since that seems unlikely, they go to Mann who’s still transmitting. I like how they don’t spell out in the end that Brand either fixed the transmitter or had a new one, which is why Murph knows of Brand’s situation and why humanity is seemingly going to that planet. Anyway, I feel like everything in this film adds up, it’s emotional, it’s interesting and the visuals are breathtaking. My favorite from Nolan, Memento is just behind.

    ForEntertainmentForEntertainmentIl y a 4 mois
  • For me, the movie was made out to be more than it was by its fans. I remember discussing ad nauseum 'the science' behind Interstellar by disagreeing that it was (according to the fans) the most scientifically accurate movie in the history of humanity. The science was ok, but it certainly was flawed in many MANY areas. And that's ok. In a movie, made for entertainment. As the movie was more and more dissected, and as I had to 'prove my point' more and more, the flaws and errors in the movie became more and more apparent. On initial viewing I thought the movie was great. For a movie. As a thesis on fifth dimensional physics (which it seems many fans seemed to believe) it was poor. It's not meant to be a thesis, so it's great. But I sure wish the over-zealous fans would lay off a bit.

    Ian NIan NIl y a 4 mois
  • You forgot one religious imagery: Cain and Abel (or Tom and Murph).

    Ian NIan NIl y a 4 mois
  • while maybe not given the same answers, the love aspect can looked at as a form of spirituality or religion unexplainable sense. I think it's trying to say that we try to classify these mystical things as different than simply just not knowing yet

    Carlos GutierrezCarlos GutierrezIl y a 4 mois
  • Just want to point out Amelia's sentance on Love transcending time and space. That's like the scientific way of quoting the bible verses right after the ones quoted at weddings "love is patient, love is kind, etc. etc.". Paraphrasing (a lot), it basically says out of everything love, love is the greatest because the others end but love doesn't. You can miss someone you've never met and love someone you haven't know yet (kids, life partner, etc). That space in your heart still exists. We're complex creatures that way. Don't know if it was intentional, just thought it was an interesting parallel. Please no yell at me 1st Corinthians - 13, verses 8-13 for those curious Edit: clarification why love doesn't end.

    Kit-13-LuckyKit-13-LuckyIl y a 4 mois
  • Shit gets weird. But, Interstellar is emotionally driven...there's going to be plot holes.

    Ryan FernandezRyan FernandezIl y a 4 mois
  • Bad movie

    ghost of deathghost of deathIl y a 5 mois
  • Interstellar is great. Only issue I have it doesn’t make sense with the planet near a black hole. You really think the smartest people didn’t realize time issues on a planet near a black hole? Sent a probe Hoping we can live there without realizing the time issue! Oh and it’s a black hole not a sun

    eric the grayeric the grayIl y a 5 mois
  • It's not deep but it is waaaaaaay far from being dumb. I don't know why the word dumb would even be in the title of this video.

    Dirk DigglerDirk DigglerIl y a 5 mois
  • Dumb

    Osvaldo GilOsvaldo GilIl y a 5 mois
  • Dumb

    kodtechkodtechIl y a 5 mois
  • 3:35 WE DO NOT HAVE TO UNDERSTAND WHAT NOLAN WAS TRYING TO ACHIEVE. 1) in 1000 years no one will wonder what nolan was thinking when he made this movie. 2) who cares what he was trying to do. You should care about results. The actual film. 3) it's stupid to try to infer someone else's thoughts. What was jackson pollock trying to achieve when he painted? It's not useful in any sense. It's called a formalist approach. You look at the piece of art, literature, music as is with no outside influences and try to glean what type of culture would enjoy this, what is it showing me, am I supposed to learn something from this etc. This is a far superior approach to engage with a film

    Kevin CarterKevin CarterIl y a 5 mois
  • bruh timothe chalemet really grew up to become casey affleck

    Crab lordCrab lordIl y a 5 mois
  • The fact he feels the need to ad subtitels to Mathew...^^

    ClemensAliveClemensAliveIl y a 5 mois
  • objectively, i think this movie is good but not great. it’s inferior to inception, dunkirk, memento, etc. but emotionally, illogically, intuitively, i love this movie beyond reason. i’ve been fascinated by black holes since i was 12, and this is probably as close as i’ll ever get to seeing one. nolan could’ve made this a 2 hr orbiting shot of Gargantua and i would’ve been happy.

    seraphicseraphicIl y a 5 mois
  • DUMB

    Luan CardosoLuan CardosoIl y a 5 mois
  • the love part really makes me cry each time he met her daughter again..great film

    mpd mpdmpd mpdIl y a 5 mois
  • Whoever took issue with the emotional moments either cried their soul out or had no soul to begin with 😂

    Trevor OlagueTrevor OlagueIl y a 5 mois
  • People that dont understand this film just have to face the fact they are not smart enough

    MsClashKing MovieReviewsMsClashKing MovieReviewsIl y a 5 mois
  • Soooo the point of the movie is that we created a wormhole from the future to go into a black hole to go to the past to solve gravity 🤷‍♂️

    Anthony RodgersAnthony RodgersIl y a 5 mois