I absolutely love the soundtrack, probably one of the main reasons why the emotional appeal at times touched my heart and made me cry. (yes, I know it looks stupid to cry for a movie)
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Most Helpful Girl
its one of the best movies I have ever watch , I love most of the soundtracks of hans zimmer , but that one was exceptionally wonderful. and of course I cried. I think the best thing in the film is that it contains drama story (the love between the girl and her father and how they keep connected all time ) . also and other many things that make the film look good and also that 90 percent of the things happened in the film can truly happen in real life. I was shocked when I watched the film because I personally didn't know that this could happen and I started searching about these things on internet and trying to study and know more about it.
I hope we get more of this type of beneficial and entertaining films again ,
thnx hans zimmer and thnx Christopher Nolan =D
sorry for long answer though =D1
Most Helpful Guy
It was preachy as hell. And it had to invent a problem to justify it's message. A problem that could have been solved by spending a few generations underground (we already have the technology to do this: we've had it since the early stages of the cold war). And it's other message, the one about "fight till the end", also justified the actions of Dr. Human.
However... it's a quality sci-fi the likes of which we haven't seen in many years. I had figured out the plot the second they mentioned the black hole, but it didn't make it any less enjoyable. It was innovative, yet drew heavy influence from great classics like 2001 Space Odyssey. And the musical score was done by Hans Zimmer, so you knew that was going to be awesome.
It was a good movie.1