Every Thursday Apple chooses a Movie of the week at the iTunes Store, whose purchase (even in 4K / HDR, depending on the production) R $ 9.90. The title selected this time was "Interstellar", with Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway.
Check out his trailer:
Here's what Apple says about the movie:
Christopher Nolan's ?Interstellar?, an ambitious science fiction about a space mission decisive for the future of humanity. When an epidemic begins to destroy the planet's natural reserves, Cooper (Matthew McConaughey), Amelia (Anne Hathaway) and other astronauts set out on a space mission in search of a habitable planet that can house the human race. The thematic breadth of the intergalactic adventure of the director of "Batman: The Dark Knight", the brilliant special effects and the visuals of the planets make the film a profound and fun experience.
As usual, our reader Renato Alan Promenzio (@tripalavra), who is a cardholder, also sent us a personalized comment about the film:
I begin the critique of Movie of the week talking about the wormhole, here in the Brazilian lands known as wormhole one of the coolest theories on how to bend / pierce time, or on how to make the distance between two points something faster (we could spend hours talking about and maybe I didn't know how to explain and or how to understand something so elaborate). Director Christopher Nolan has spent years studying the topic that, even though it doesn't seem to be the key, in ?Interstellar?. Ah yes, we have the last cast, a complex plot, the reminder that we are ending the world, but the hope that we can change it if we start now. Many people had to watch two or more times to understand all the details of the film, something that was planned by the screenwriter and it is worth remembering that it almost had to be divided into two parts, until its final cut. I recommend and find a great Christmas present for those who like to stay scientific. I take this opportunity to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!
in Warner Bros.
Classification: 10 yearsGenre: stay scientificLaunch: 2014Director: Christopher Nolan
Note on the iTunes Store
To those interested, enjoy! ?