History Film / Interstellar

18th Jul '16 10:15:20 PM TheRoguePenguin
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* ExplosiveDecompression: This happend when Dr. Mann tries to open the airlock while his ship was not perfectly attached.

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* ExplosiveDecompression: This happend happens when Dr. Mann [[spoiler:Dr. Mann]] tries to open the airlock while his ship was not perfectly attached.
10th Jul '16 12:46:43 AM Meneth
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* NiceJobFixingItVillain: The StableTimeLoop is caused by [[spoiler: Mann's betrayal, which makes it necessary to drop Cooper into the black hole.]]

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* NiceJobFixingItVillain: The StableTimeLoop is caused by requires [[spoiler: Mann's betrayal, which makes it necessary to drop Cooper into the black hole.]]
1st Jul '16 8:53:30 AM Synch
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* HateSink: [[spoiler:Mann's betrayal]] and the damage it does to the mission makes him the film's only real villain.
5th Jun '16 7:23:33 AM petersohn
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* ExplosiveDecompression: This happend when Dr. Mann tries to open the airlock while his ship was not perfectly attached.
3rd Jun '16 11:54:45 AM Synch
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* ComputerVoice: Downplayed with the robots, whose voices are indistinguishable human voices, but have a slight metallic twang from what are presumably [[UsedFuture low quality speakers]]. Anyone who couldn't see their obviously mechanical appearance could be forgiven for assuming they were hearing a real person speaking over a phone or intercom.

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* ComputerVoice: Downplayed with the robots, whose voices are indistinguishable from human voices, but have except for a slight metallic twang from what are presumably [[UsedFuture low quality speakers]]. Anyone who couldn't see their obviously mechanical appearance could be forgiven for assuming they were hearing a real person speaking over a phone or intercom.
2nd Jun '16 8:01:56 AM Synch
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* ComputerVoice: Downplayed with the robots, whose voices are indistinguishable human voices, but have a slight metallic twang from what are presumably [[UsedFuture low quality speakers]]. Anyone who couldn't see their obviously mechanical appearance could be forgiven for assuming they were hearing a real person speaking over a phone or intercom.
2nd Jun '16 7:48:44 AM Synch
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** At one point, Cooper accidently starts TARS off.
-->'''TARS''': Self destruct sequence in T minus ten... nine... eight... [[spoiler: He's just kidding.]]

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** At one point, TARS pretends to start a destruct sequence while Cooper accidently starts TARS off.
is tinkering with his settings.
-->'''Cooper''': Humor... 75%.
-->'''TARS''': Self destruct sequence Confirmed. Auto self-destruct in T minus T-minus ten... nine... eight... [[spoiler: He's just kidding.]]nine...
-->'''Cooper''': Let's make that 60%.
17th May '16 5:05:42 PM Mikedem2
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** While the Endurance is accelerating around Gargantua, CASE [[spoiler: reveals Cooper's HeroicSacrifice: "Ranger 2, prepare to detach."]]
17th May '16 3:34:36 AM rockgecko
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* DreamIntro: The second scene turns out to be a NightmareSequence of the hero crashing his jet fighter.

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* DreamIntro: The second scene turns out to be a NightmareSequence of the hero crashing his jet fighter.space plane.



* NightmareSequence: The second scene turns out to be a bad dream, in which the hero crashes his jet fighter.

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* NightmareSequence: The second scene turns out to be a bad dream, in which the hero crashes his jet fighter.space plane.
14th May '16 8:55:45 PM Beiahnu
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** In the SpiritualSuccessor side, the film is a more practical and straightforward version of 1997's ''Film/{{Contact}}'', which also deals with an otherworldy message that triggers a drive for space exploration. In ''Interstellar'''s case, they actually have the logistics for space travel and [[spoiler:Cooper speculates that the messengers are advanced futuristic humans]], whereas in ''Contact'', the beings basically provide the means [[spoiler:and are extraterrestrial]].
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