Thoughts on Interstellar
I can't say I have much to say about "Interstellar" because, I mean, you know, who the hell understood it?, but I will say a few things generally. The robot was great. At first, I was like, what the hell? That is the stupidest, most archaic design idea for a robot I've ever seen, but then it started speaking warmly, and I realized I was in love. I also loved the fact that these robots were willing to lie down if you need them to do so, and they would run across a field of water and reconfigure themselves into a hero for you. Those are the best kind of robots. I also really loved the part about the bookshelf. For me, there was this idea embedded in it that books are the most important things in the world, and that books are how you communicate with the past, and the present, and the future, and that in the end, you can make all your fancy science projects, but it is books that will save us. I found Anne Hathaway annoying. There's just something annoying about her face. It's like she knows everyone finds her annoying, so she mirrors that annoyance back at you.
Buy THE TUMOR: "This is one of the weirdest, smartest, most disturbing things you will read this year."