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Using IMDB for ratings is like using Readers Digest for literary advice...

The films we all grew up with and love are up there at the top, so why should I dismiss IMDb now?
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'Interstellar' is going to be awesome on Blu! ...Picture and Sound wise. ...The beauty of our own home theater rooms. ...With "elevated" Dolby Atmos.
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Saw Interstellar at Navy Pier Imax in Chicago yesterday, a 70 mm Imax release (btw Thanksgiving is a great day to go to the Navy Pier Imax, all the shops are closed so good parking space is easy to get and also free!) I really enjoyed the movie, and didn't have trouble with dialogue except perhaps for a couple words. Excellent presentation. Picture wasn't always perfect, but the large Imax screen was used very well. I did not find the sound levels too loud, but that is certainly a subjective experience ('subjective experience' - a tautology?) This is the first movie I have seen at a commercial theater in over three years. I went because I knew it would be one of the last chances to see a real 70 mm movie in its proper presentation. Anyway, if you are around Chicago, I can strongly recommend Interstellar at the Navy Pier Imax, go see a good 70 mm film while you still can.
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My bad. Silly mistake. Yet, Interstellar is highest rated with a score of 8.9, beating out the top Star Wars films, Aliens, 2001: A Space Odyssey, and others. I don't agree with you that you have a dozen films on your shelf that are better. In your view, perhaps, but not according to the reader's poll I just referenced.
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The films we all grew up with and love are up there at the top, so why should I dismiss IMDb now?
The Shawshank Redemption is tied with The Godfather with the highest rating on IMDB. By your logic and the IMDB rating system, Shawshank is as good as The Godfather and better than every other movie listed in the IMDB.

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The only people who vote on IMDb are 12-year-olds. Can we please stop talking about IMDb already?
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The only people who vote on IMDb are 12-year-olds. Can we please stop talking about IMDb already?

Not to mention that a lot of the votes are tens or ones trying to make a point one way or another. How good or bad the actual movie is seems to be low on the list of reasons to vote.
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You should do whatever you can to see this movie in IMAX 70mm Film. It's breathtaking.
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Still waiting to go ... IMAX 70mm ... the real deal. ... I did not want to go to that other smaller IMAX theater near me; I want the real deal.
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Why "Interstellar" Belongs in the Pantheon of the Best "Realistic" Science Fiction Films

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brought some family and went for a second time at the same 70mm imax.

while my seat location differed, the audio volume this time had been brought down. The bass resonance, while still there, was not cavitating my chest walls. all the dialogue was discernible, and no complaints in my crowd about volume discomfort.

those that pass on the chance for the theatrical experience are cheating themselves
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'Interstellar' is going to be awesome on Blu! ...Picture and Sound wise. ...The beauty of our own home theater rooms. ...With "elevated" Dolby Atmos.
No Dolby Atmos for Interstellar.

It will be 5.1 audio.
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No Dolby Atmos for Interstellar.

It will be 5.1 audio.
Not even 7.1? How antiquated, Mr. Nolan.

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Not even 7.1? How antiquated, Mr. Nolan.
Definitely should be 7.1

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Not even 7.1? How antiquated, Mr. Nolan.
Nope. Nolan hates surround sound. Only does 5.1 audio just to appease the studios.
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No Dolby Atmos for Interstellar.

It will be 5.1 audio.

Boooo! Might as well be on VHS.


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Nope. Nolan hates surround sound. Only does 5.1 audio just to appease the studios.
Really? What's his rationale on this one?
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He just likes movie sound to come from the screen. I guess he finds surround sound distracting or something.

Obviously many others do not agree.
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Saw it over the weekend in Digital IMAX. Loved it and I didn't have any problems with the dialog. I could understand just about every line. There may have been one or two I missed. The sound was incredible. I thought the AR changes were well-placed for the IMAX portions. The plot may have been a little obvious but there was enough going on it didn't matter much. Can't wait to pick this up on Blu ray.
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No Dolby Atmos for Interstellar.

It will be 5.1 audio.
Ok, Dolby Surround (upmixer) then. 7.2.4 ♫
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The Shawshank Redemption is tied with The Godfather with the highest rating on IMDB. By your logic and the IMDB rating system, Shawshank is as good as The Godfather and better than every other movie listed in the IMDB.
You seem to suggest that Shawshank doesn't belong in the same league as Godfather, something I find entirely subjective and personally disagree with wholeheartedly.

The biggest difference between movies like The Dark Knight, Inception, Interstellar and others with 9+ ratings like Shawshank, Forrest Gump, Pulp Fiction, Godfather is the latter movies have stood the test of time and have consistently scored high among most all viewers. Nolan's movies, however, while ranked very high initially, I reckon will, over time, have their scores fall to low-to-mid 8s (still far too high imo). What we really need is a tool to examine IMDB movie ratings over time and, only then, can IMDB ratings be more objectively relied upon.

My biggest issue with Nolan's films is the seemingly universal acceptance of very unnatural and clunky dialogue coupled with outlandish events that don't fit into the universe the film is presented in (aka plot holes). They seem to lack that attention-to-detail quality that great pre-2000 films had. It's the same thing with JJ Abraham's new Star Trek movies, Ridley Scott's Prometheus, and Jackson's Hobbit movies. There's a sense of grandeur in these with visuals and audio that really only seem to mask their underlying fundamental issues of really subpar scripts, stories, and directing.

2001 (and 2010) are so much better than this movie because they're much more believable in all aspects. Not in the sense that "could an alien race really spawn mankind's intelligence?" but that within that universe, where that idea is an established fact, those two movies have characters, dialogue, and plot that consistently adhere to that idea and don't, on a whim, deviate entirely from it. While there's some cheesy 60s and 80s visual sets and dialogue in those two movies, neither of them have hardly any moments that have me asking myself "could that really happen in that universe, given what I already know about it?". And that's the crux of new SciFi movies nowadays: they eschew consistent and simple plot and dialogue in favor of complicated contrived quagmires of exposition and visuals that, for whatever reason, has become not only acceptable, but somehow even appealing to the masses.
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You seem to suggest that Shawshank doesn't belong in the same league as Godfather, something I find entirely subjective and personally disagree with wholeheartedly.

The biggest difference between movies like The Dark Knight, Inception, Interstellar and others with 9+ ratings like Shawshank, Forrest Gump, Pulp Fiction, Godfather is the latter movies have stood the test of time and have consistently scored high among most all viewers.
Yeah and in the case of Shawshank, it's a complete mystery to me. The most overrated film of all time for sure - and I'm not saying it's not good, but I really don't see why people put it so high on their list.
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Ok, Dolby Surround (upmixer) then. 7.2.4 ♫
what does the .4 stand for? I have to buy more cables again?
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there's a perfection in shawshank that's hard to describe and captures the human spirit wonderfully. Its one of those movies where everything adds up to much more than the sum of its parts. If any of those parts had been blemished, the 'magic' wouldn't have existed.
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and from the pen of Stephen King..... A very good movie IMO.

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what does the .4 stand for? I have to buy more cables again?
1. You need four new speakers. If you don't have spare ones you'll have to buy them (with money).
2. You need more speaker wires; enough so that they can go from your Atmos unit to them four overhead speakers in/on your ceiling ($).
3. You need a new Dolby Atmos receiver (or Atmos pre/pro). It goes from roughly $600 (Onkyo budget receiver) to $4,000 (Marantz pre/pro: 8802).
4. You need the permission. ...Of your better half (wife or/and girlfriends).
5. You need Dolby Atmos Blu-ray discs (software). ...There are only 3-4 titles right now, and not from the best films around (true film value).
6. But! For now you can use the DSU (Dolby Surround Upmixer), which is a pretty good rendition of 3D elevated (spatial) sound.

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And then, I'll go see it again (if it's good), but this time @ my real local IMAX theater (70mm). ...Royal BC Museum in Victoria.
And then, when comes the Blu-ray I will buy it. So that I can compare in the comfort of my home, @ the volume level of my choice.

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Saw Interstellar at a real IMAX theater at the Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum's Udvar-Hazy Center out near Washington Dulles Airport. (whew...). This theater was showing the 70mm IMAX film on a 5 story-high screen. I had previously seen the 007 Skyfall movie at this theater and really liked it.

This is the first time I've ever been tempted to walk out of a movie because of the sound!

Just a few minutes into the film there's a scene with dialogue that also has a droning low-frequency bass note that was so incredibly obnoxious that it sounded like the bass resonance caused by driving a car down the highway with the sunroof partially open! It pummeled your entire body, not to mention hurting your ears. I initially thought there must be a problem with the sound system being caused by bass feedback.

The rest of the movie soundtrack was waaay too loud, and the dialogue (particularly from the robot TAARS) was often unintelligible.

I can't believe I writing this, since I'm a big fan of "louder is better," with a home audio system that will generate 120 db peak levels (I've measured this). I would guess that this movie showing was equally loud, but not in a good way.
So the buzz around this movie and the buzz around the fact that I live close to a 70MM show house got me out of my cellar to see this flick at the same Museum. Take note that I haven't been in a commercial theater in over 5 years.

Impressions:

There were 20 people total for my 3:05 show yesterday, no kids and no cell phones.

It was definitely louder than I watch movies in my home theater. I haven't heard that much organ music in a long time.

The biggest disappointment was the visual quality of the image, I haven't seen a film based presentation in long time, The most distracting item was a pulsing of the light source or maybe an artifact of the gating mechanism used but when there bright scenes I could see the pulsing and it was very distracting. A lot of detail was lost in the blacks.

You knew when you sat down that the surround sound was not going to be great due the high backs of the chairs, and it wasn't. I think they believe that loud substitutes for quality surround.

Clarity of dialog was a little muddled in a couple of places, particularly the death bed revelation. Lucky it was made clear later.

I thoroughly enjoyed the story and the visual and would plan to buy the Bluray when it is available.

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So the buzz around this movie and the buzz around the fact that I live close to a 70MM show house got me out of my cellar to see this flick at the same Museum. Take note that I haven't been in a commercial theater in over 5 years.

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There were 20 people total for my 3:05 show yesterday, no kids and no cell phones.
It was definitely louder than I watch movies in my home theater. I haven't heard that much organ music in a long time.
The biggest disappointment was the visual quality of the image, I haven't seen a film based presentation in long time, The most distracting item was a pulsing of the light source or maybe an artifact of the gating mechanism used but when there bight scenes I could see the pulsing and it was very distracting. A lot of detail was lost in the blacks.
You knew when you sat down that the surround sound was not going to be great due the high backs of the chairs, and it wasn't. I think they believe that loud substitutes for quality surround.
Clarity of dialog was a little muddled in a couple of places, particularly the death bed revelation. Lucky it was made clear later.
I thoroughly enjoyed the story and the visual and would plan to buy the Bluray when it is available.
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Interstellar in Imax 70mm Film

Saw a brand-new 70mm IMAX print as part of the early release. Sadly, most of the 35mm screenings which were supposed to hit my neck of the woods didn't show , but the real IMAX print was breathtaking . Got to look up in the projection booth too, the prints are the size of postcards! With IMAX rolling out the laser systems soon, this is probably going to be the last major release in 15/70 , but it's genuinely an experience. Nolan sure made this a genuine theatrical experience.
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I'm going to see it in about half hour now, @ one of my local IMAX theaters, but not in 70mm.

If I like it good enough, I will return again but next time when it will be showing @ my local true IMAX theater in 70mm.
It is just not showing there yet. It is the real IMAX theater, but always late to receive those big heavy film reels.
My island is just too small in our world map.

Anyway, you're going to endure my eminent impression of that latest Nolan's flick @ IMAX (faked one).
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