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Interstellar Script

IMSDb opinion
  Excellent.

IMSDb rating
   (10 out of 10)
Average user rating
   (9.38 out of 10)

Writers
  Jonathan Nolan

Genres
  Adventure
  Drama
  Sci-Fi

Script Date : March 2008
Movie Release Date : November 2014

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User Comments for Interstellar

Interstellar love (10 out of 10 )
Wow, never realized Murph was written as a boy. I think the final choice adds a nice layer of complexity in familial, social, and gender dynamics. Now I'm curious to actually learn the process behind this choice. I can't imagine a script 10+ years in the making was as simple as they found the actress and rewrote it for her.


Lauren (10 out of 10 )
I love this movie so much! P. S: Murph is a BOY?! :D.


Oliver P.P. (9 out of 10 )
While it differs hugely from the Nolan version I still think it's great. If this is the version that was produced and released in theathers I would have loved it as much as the Nolan version we got in 2014. Both are awesome.


Matt (10 out of 10 )
Wow. Interstellar is one of my all-time favorite movies, and since seeing it in the theater, I have wanted to read this screenplay. Surprisingly enough, the first several dozen pages almost don't resemble the finished film at all. That's not to say it's poorly written- Jonathan Nolan writes fluidly and gorgeously. It's just surprisingly to see that either during production or post, the movie changed so much-- for the better, I believe. Definitely worth a read, though.


Rani (10 out of 10 )
Where is the heartbreaking scene of Cooper and old Murph at the hospital?


Ory (10 out of 10 )
I thoroughly enjoyed reading the screenplay. Its really different from the movie but is still just as captivating! Honestly, the ending in the screenplay is something I prefer vs the movie's but regardless the movie did a great job.


Arun (6 out of 10 )
In movie the drone was from India. After chasing the drone to a nearby lake, Cooper used a Dell Latitude laptop to take control of the aircraft and land it without damage on a nearby hill. He then proceeded with Murphy and Tom to dismantle the aircraft for salvage. It is later seen in the back of the truck. It is unknown why the Indian drone was flying over the Great Plains of the United States, but the gravitational anomaly may have corrupted its navigational computer, taking it thousands of miles from its normal patrol area. Due to the drawdown of major militaries worldwide, it is likely that the drone was either repurposed by the Indian Government to survey national agriculture, or was a leftover of the recent resource wars that was simply unaccounted for, only continuing to fly via solar power and artificial intelligence. Cooper also mentions the quality of the solar cells by referring it as ''its Indian''.


Ryan (10 out of 10 )
Although it is of the earlier renditions of the screenplay, Jonathan Nolan's INTERSTELLAR is still remarkable in every way. I do prefer the finished film and have read that screenplay but this one is still amazing in its own accord.


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