Interstellar might be one of my favorite movies from Christopher Nolan. Don't talk to me about the plot holes, or how the science is wrong, or how black holes are big and scary, or how time doesn't work that way.
It is a beautifully shot movie about a father's journey to save his family in a future that involves the human race almost dying from lack of food. This isn't a true story and the science doesn't have to be perfect, there can be leeway. There can be science fiction in a science fiction story.
I mean, just look at this cold, bleak, lifeless planet.
Or this dust bowl era farming set
Beautiful shots in a gorgeous movie.