I waited nearly a week to write this review and I'm glad I did. Christopher Nolan's Interstellar is an ambitious yet frustrating film anchored by a fantastic performance by Matthew McConaughey and some truly awe inspiring space visuals that almost make you forget the problematic script and peculiar decisions. Visually and technically it's top notch. This is some of the most cinematic filmmaking about space since Gravity and 2001, so it's in good company. I personally saw it in true IMAX and was glad I did. The scenes shot on IMAX look fantastic, making you wish the whole thing was shot on the cameras. Yes, sometimes it cuts back and fourth inexplicably between IMAX and 35mm, which can be a bit jaring and head scratching, but for the most part it's forgivable. What isn't is some of the choices made by Nolan. The stuff on Earth, especially early on, is suppose to feel timeless yet for a movie which supposedly takes place in the future, it sure doesn't look like it, which pulled me out at times. Also the cast feels a little underused or straight of miscast besides McConaughey and Chastain. Luckily film rushes to get McConaughey's character into space, because when its among the stars, it truly is a special movie. It's just the more Earthbound stuff, that drag it down. And the final stretch of the film makes some pretty far fetch leaps that I wasn't able to both follow or accept wholeheartedly. But as time slips by since I've seen the film, I've becoming increasingly more forgiving of it. It's a great movie, even if I wanted so much more.