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I'm not going to give away any spoiler except to say that some of the scenes at the end of the movie are truly awe-inspiring. The director filmed it in analog film and refuses to make it 3D. He says that the reason for this is that film, itself, is three-dimensional if shot correctly and that he thinks that 3D is an industry driven technology and a way for them to arbitrarily get more money.
From some of the shots in the movie, I'd say he has a great case for being right.
Anyway, don't miss this movie on the big screen. If I've ever seen a movie that was surely meant to be seen big, this is definitely one of those. The last film that impressed me this much on the big screen was "Titanic," and before that it was "Star Wars."
"Interstellar" is certainly in the same league as those films.