- By Greg Keyes

Interstellar: The Official Movie Novelization

  • Title: Interstellar: The Official Movie Novelization
  • Author: Greg Keyes
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  • Page: 421
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Interstellar The Official Movie Novelization The official movie novelization to the eagerly anticipated new film by Christopher Nolan Interstellar chronicles the adventures of a group of explorers who make use of a newly discovered wormhole to s

    The official movie novelization to the eagerly anticipated new film by Christopher Nolan.Interstellar chronicles the adventures of a group of explorers who make use of a newly discovered wormhole to surpass the limitations on human space travel and conquer the vast distances involved in an interstellar voyage Based on the film from Warner Bros Pictures and Paramount PictThe official movie novelization to the eagerly anticipated new film by Christopher Nolan.Interstellar chronicles the adventures of a group of explorers who make use of a newly discovered wormhole to surpass the limitations on human space travel and conquer the vast distances involved in an interstellar voyage Based on the film from Warner Bros Pictures and Paramount Pictures INTERSTELLAR and all related characters and elements are trademarks of and Warner Bros Entertainment Inc s14

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    1. "Mankind was born on Earth. It was never meant to die here." Interstellar is a film that fills me with so many conflicting emotions. On one hand, the film evokes so eloquently the human drive for survival as captured by the Dylan Thomas poem Professor Brand quotes; it says to never give up. When death comes, rage and fight with everything you have. But, on the other hand, the idea of pouring vast amounts of money into space exploration rather than looking for a viable solution on Earth makes me [...]

    2. اولین باری که میان‌ستاره‌ای را دیدم، آن‌قدر از این شاهکار اعجاب‌انگیز و رعب‌آور لذت بردم که بعدها با دیدن فیلم‍‌‌نامه، بدون درنگ خریدمش تا شاید یکبار دیگر بتوانم تجربه‌ی مشابهی را تکرار کنم. ژانر علمی تخیلی به هیچ‌عنوان مورد علاقه‌ی من نیست، به همین علت هم دیدن فیلم را [...]

    3. 4.5 out of 5 starsSo, let's put things clear from now: If you haven't watched the movie, go do it before you read the book. I mean it.That said, I'll proceed to review this thing the same way I review all booksEarth is dying and there's no hope for it. There are only two possibilities of saving the human race: a) Send a group of astronauts to look for a new home, or b) send that same group of astronauts with lots of frozen human embryos that would be humanity's only hope. Between that group is C [...]

    4. The Biggest Threat to Mankind?Too many politicians and voters, Yuval Noah Harari says, believe that as long as the economy grows, scientists and engineers could always save us from doomsday. When it comes to climate change, many growth true-believers do not just hope for miracles – they take it for granted that the miracles will happen.How rational is it to risk the future of humankind on the assumption that future scientists will make some unknown discoveries? Most of the presidents, minister [...]

    5. "Cooper gazed down at the Earth once more, Professor Brand’s last words still fresh in his mind. “Do not go gentle into that good night…” He checked with Doyle, who nodded an okay. Then, without any ceremony, he fired the thrusters, and the Endurance began its journey out of Earth’s orbit, and toward the stars. “Rage, rage against the dying of the light. Godspeed, Endurance I really dont usually go for novelizations , i dont even do this movie-book sequence because as books pave the [...]

    6. This was the first time I plucked up enough courage to read a movie novelization, and I didn't regret it. Like the movie, it was pure awesomeness.

    7. Interstellar by Greg Keyes       THE END OF EARTH WILL NOT BE THE END OF USFrom acclaimed filmmaker Christopher Nolan (The Dark Knight Triology, Inception), this is the chronicle of a group of explorers who make use of a newly discovered wormhole to surpass the limitations on human space travel and conquer the vast distances involved in an interstellar voyage. At stake are the fate of a planet Earth and the future of the human race.     This book was very underwhelming in comparison t [...]

    8. Marvelous adaptation of a great, incredible movie. I urge you to watch it and then read this book for full pleasure.

    9. ★★★★★ (5/5) “We used to look up and wonder at our place in the stars,” he said. “Now we just look down and worry about our place in the dirt.”As breath-taking and surreal as the film itself, the novelisation of“Interstellar”brilliantly fuses movie dialogues with its thematic wonderment. I marvelled at how impeccably the movie lines were incorporated within this prose. Since I couldn’t keep the film imagery out of my head whilst reading this, I’m curious as to how those [...]

    10. Wow! It Adds So MuchI bought this novelization for two reasons. One I loved the movie. But I had many questions the film didn't answer. I figured the novelization would add the detail I was looking for.And I was not dissatisfied. The second reason was the science detailed in the film was explained here by the author.SPOILERS!The questions I hadWhat was the Blight? How was the rest of the world? Were there other space stations? What is time slippage? What was that "beer" Cooper was drinking? What [...]

    11. I love to party, and by party I mean: listen to audiobooks. This splashed down in under three minutes due to numerous book party fouls: starting with a dream sequence, wallpaper character introduced on page one, and excessive Murphing through direct address. It's a fair example of how films and books need different handling even when they tackle the same multiverse. I wouldn't call it stellar by any means.

    12. Sensory Description: This is one of the BEST books I have ever read. I initially chose to read this book because I really liked the movie. However, after I read this book, I think the movie and the book are both really good but in different ways. Since this is a science fiction, the movie portrays it perfectly for the reader without the need for the readers to picture the complex space scenary. In the book, however, it's a bit harder for the readers to picture exactly what the surrounding enviro [...]

    13. It's less impactful without the cinematography or the music, but the novel does a great job of adding little touches to the characters.

    14. Helped me to better understand the film, especially the latter part. Would be interested to learn more about Amelia Brand, but I doubt there's anything else official coming. Fair enough.

    15. I've seen the movie so many times so there wasn't any difference between watching the movie and reading the novelization of it, except in time spent on it.I felt like I understood some of the characters better now though.

    16. Absolutely the best film I have seen this whole year and I even include it in my top 10 favorite films of all time. Just pure perfection. This novelization of the film follows the film truly. The author even goes to add some feelings and thoughts to the characters and even explains some of the things that may have been confusing to the audience when watching the film. I of course recommend watching the film before reading this novel as it it a powerful experience to watch. If you really can't se [...]

    17. ► Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night ◄i wasn't expecting much of this book since it's originally a script but i was completely wrong this book we get an insight to Cooper's mind, all his memories, fears, impressions and thoughts that were hidden from us in the movie.we also get Murph, Brand and Mann and others characters as a PoV characterere were many things i didn't understand in the movie or i thought i did, they were all explained here gave the movie a whole new meaning to me.i read [...]

    18. ان تتأمل في صور فيلم من بين النجوم او ( Interstellar) ان تعتقده مستندا على خيال السفر للفضاء واقع الفيلم أمر مختلف فهو يستند على معادلات علمية ونظريات سبق وان سمعت بها كالنظرية النسبية، وسرعة الضوء والزمن الفيلم يتميز عن ما سبقته من افلام اختراق الفضاء هو تركيزه على جميع تفاصيل الا [...]

    19. Great story, I am very much looking forward to seeing the movie. This book was a novelization of the movie, not written before. It felt a little hastily put together and could have easily been twice as long, but all in all, a good read for sure and the writing was good.

    20. I like it, but it was so much like the film That took away the surprise element and maybe some other flavors I usually like in a book.

    21. Picked up after (re)watching the movie with my son — first time for him. As much as I love the film, I thought it suffered in parts where the at-times deafening soundtrack overwhelmed the dialogue. (I found myself having to constantly adjust the volume button on the remote to catch what they were saying — as I recall, this was a challenging aspect of the viewing raised by many critics as well, with the director insisting that the “impressionistic” style was intentional, and viewers need [...]

    22. PERSONAL RESPONSEI thought this book accurately painted the pictures represented in the movie Interstellar. Keyes did a great job of giving the reader a detailed image of each and every sceneOTEarth is slowly dying. Blight has hit many crops. Wheat, soy, and oats have gone extinct, okra is only a few weeks away, and the last of the corn is predicted to last only a few more years. Cooper is a farmer, pilot, scientist, and inventor. As the father of two children, Cooper is introduced to the Lazaru [...]

    23. Go see the movie before you read this, I mean it, go see it.Now that I have my official disclaimer out of the way lets get down to the book. If I'm being honest, I didn't even know that they still made movie novelizations. I remember quite enjoying the Star Wars novelizations when I was a kid but I hadn't even seen another until I walked past this little gem in my local target. Because it was Interstellar merchandise I had to have it and I can say with out a doubt that this was a fantastic piece [...]

    24. Interstellar is one of my favorite movies of all time. Watching it at the local Cinematheque prepremiere was perhaps my greatest cinematic experience. And yet, when rewatching it recently, I felt that the movie moved far too fast to do its sprawling plot justice. Of course, just shy of 3 hours, the movie could hardly be longer. Luckily there’s a novelization! Actually, this novel is a quick read, and if you’re a fast reader it might not last you a lot longer than the movie itself.When I watc [...]

    25. Being in love with science, I wanted to get my hands on something that integrated science with a great read. That's when I stumbled across "Interstellar" by Greg Keyes. Entranced by the story, I found myself reading this book over using my phone. Prior to reading "Interstellar", my father had recommended it to me because we both enjoyed the movie Interstellar by Christopher Nolan. While reading, I was amazed by the development of the main character, Cooper. Conflicted and driven, Cooper had to m [...]

    26. This book is about humans facing the danger of Earth being disappeared. Professor Brand is a brilliant doctor working in NASA, and is working to move whole Earth population to the other new planet. However, while finding a new planet, Brand lefts alone in the universe, and faces the problem that he cannot go home, to Earth anymore. He doesn't lose hope and tries to find out new solutions to leave. I think this book was very interesting because it shows the hope and both gives a great thrilling f [...]

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