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Interstellar (2014)

Country: USA, UK

Genres: Adventure, Drama, Sci-Fi

Taglines: Mankind was born on Earth. It was never meant to die here.

Director: Christopher Nolan

Writers: Jonathan Nolan, Christopher Nolan

Stars: Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, Wes Bentley, ...

In the near future, Earth has been devastated by drought and famine, causing a scarcity in food and extreme changes in climate. When humanity is facing extinction, a mysterious rip in the space-time continuum is discovered, giving mankind the opportunity to widen its lifespan. A group of explorers must travel beyond our solar system in search of a planet that can sustain life. The crew of the Endurance are required to think bigger and go further than any human in history as they embark on an interstellar voyage into the unknown. Coop, the pilot of the Endurance, must decide between seeing his children again and the future of the human race.
At the baseball game, right after Donald complains about not having hot dogs, Murphys spoken dialogue differs from her mouth movements when she talks to Cooper.
When Getty is at the house with Murph to check on Coop's lungs, he notices Lois coughing. When he asks her how long she's had her cough, she replies off-camera "A while." However, her reflection can be seen in the window behind Getty, & as she says "A whi
At the baseball game, when Murph says to Cooper, "You hate farming, dad," the audio is out of sync with her lips.
(at around 44 mins) Cooper empathizes with Dr Brand saying, "It's hard, leaving everything." We can see his mouth - although not in focus - is visibly moving before his dialogue.
Boom Mic visible in the rear-view mirror of the car when Cooper has said goodbye to his son and closes the car door.
When Mann is attempting to dock with the Endurance but is being refused access, Cooper asks TARS "what happens if he blows the airlock?" As someone who is an engineer and has previously piloted for NASA, it's pretty much impossible for Cooper not to know
When Cooper enters the room with Dr. Brand and other NASA members, Cooper claims he doesn't know who they are; however, there are two things Cooper could have noticed in the room that gives a big indication: 1.) There is a flag of NASA revealed to the rig
When Cooper goes in Murph's room to say goodbye, his watch indicates something like 9 a.m. In the next scene, when he gives a watch to Murph, his watch indicates something like 8.20 a.m.
Cooper draws a schematic on the drawing board to depict a landing on a planet close to the black hole. Two scenes later, the drawing is different from the one first shown.
The drone that Cooper and his children are chasing has an antenna on top. But the one they catch does not have it.
Inside the tesseract, while Cooper is ready to transmit data from the black hole to Murphy, its space suit changes with a mirror effect (his name is written on his right instead of the left).
Two characters sustain a fall from an ice plateau, on a steep ice ramp, onto a shadowy ice platform. A moment later, a panoramic shot shows them fighting on a very different place.
When Cooper sits on the bed with Murph,trying to say, "Goodbye," before he leaves, her necklace alternates from being on the outside of her t-shirt and the inside, as the camera perspective changes back and forth.
During the first dust storm, Cooper pulls the truck straight up to the house. As the family exits the truck and enters the house, the wind and dust is blowing from left to right of the screen. When Cooper and Murph exit the house after the storm, the dust
Prior to Coops leaving Earth there are several scenes where he has a spiral bound notepad in his shirt pocket. Throughout these scenes the notepad spiral binding would have a number of loops loose from the pad, then would switch to an undamaged notepad an
As the Ranger approaches the Endurance for the first time, you can see that two Landers are docked at the center of the ring. You can also see the two docking ports at which Rangers can dock. Both Ranger docking ports are empty. However, after the crew bo
After Cooper decides he is leaving for the mission, during ascent in the Ranger TARS announces first that he is "beginning roll program" then goes on to say "prepare for stage 1 separation... Stage 1... there it is, Mach 1." Instead TARS should have annou
At 1 AU from Gragantua, Miller's planet would be traveling at roughly 0.99c. In the companion book, Kip Thrope explains that Cooper made use of Intermediate Black Holes (IMBH) of roughly 10,000 solar masses in order to match this velocity. However, using
After Cooper's helmet is breached, air can be heard hissing from the cracks, indicating the suit is still positively pressurized. Because of this, the the toxic atmosphere of Mann's planet shouldn't have entered Cooper's helmet until his air supply had be
Harvesting machines appear in one scene, suggesting harvest is underway. Corn is not harvested when it is green. The plant has matured and the ears ready for harvest when the stalks and leaves appear dried-out, light brown in color or "dead" in appearance
Romilly requests Cooper to stop the spinning so that they can see the worm hole. As their ship rotates to simulate gravity, once the rotation stops they should be in zero G. But both Romilly and Cooper do not appear to be without gravity as do the objects
After Dr. Mann blowups up part of Endurance and sends it spinning, Cooper must match its spin by spinning the Ranger to dock with it. Both Cooper and Dr. Brand can be seen leaning toward the right when the Ranger starts to spin. This continues until the R
The rocket launching from the underground facility was portrayed as a three-stage Saturn V booster. The rings of office windows would have been blown out on launch. Saturn V test firings in Alabama were known to routinely blow out windows miles away.
The newer model Dodge truck driven throughout the movie has rust on the chrome plastic trim around the radiator grill. Rust can only possibly form on metal, such as the large chrome bumpers.
The Dodge Ram truck driven by Cooper has a 6 speed manual on the floor. As young Murphy is shifting and grinding the gears being called out loud, she is told second then third, neither of which are in the position she shifts into.
(at around 1h 50 mins) Mann and Copper are talking and the wind starts to blow. You can see the moisture in Mann's helmet moving with the wind.
When Cooper hears TARS in the tesseract, he says, "TARS, is that you?" and TARS replies, "Roger that." "Roger" is a non-committal acknowledgement of a transmission, not an affirmative reply (or even an agreement to comply with the request). If he wanted t
While it does seem unlikely that Miller's planet would have such a shallow ocean, the depiction is scientifically plausible. The presence of an untold number of mile-high waves sweeping perpetually across the planet means a great deal of the planet's wate
As the ranger approaches the Endurance for the first time, Doyle manually handles the docking procedures, however, later in the film we learn that the rangers are equipped with an auto-docking mechanism, which TARS had disabled for Dr. Mann. It would make
While escaping from Gargantua's pull and crossing the horizon, Cooper planned to use Lander and Ranger as Boosters to Endurance. After detaching them and dropping into the Black Hole, there is no Spacecraft left on Endurance, and also Endurance had no hea
When Brand climbs onto CASE to rush her back to the Ranger, she's lying in the opposite direction when they start making their way back.
The venting of the cabin oxygen through the engines in order to purge water and facilitate combustion is highly unlikely. While it would indeed be a fast way to start a waterlogged engine, there is no plausible scenario for which NASA would have designed
In a real space mission, the rocket energy needed for launch is hundreds of times larger than any other phase; also, fuel must be managed on tight constraints. This film features a starship that launches autonomously from planets with masses larger than E
It is strange that the Endurance was not sent along with any probes to relay valuable information like temperature and atmospheric conditions on candidate planets before using valuable fuel to explore them. It is stranger still that not one of the highly
When Getty is at the house with Murph to check on Coop's lungs, he notices Lois coughing. When he asks her how long she's had her cough, she replies off-camera "A while." However, her reflection can be seen in the window behind Getty, & as she says "A whi
During the docking crisis scene, CASE analyzes the Endurance's spin at 67-68 RPM, meaning the entire station should complete a little more than 1 rotations per second. However, the actual RPM observed by the viewers is significantly slower, closer to 20 R
When Cooper enters the room with Dr. Brand and other NASA members, Cooper claims he doesn't know who they are; however, there are two things Cooper could have noticed in the room that gives a big indication: 1.) There is a flag of NASA revealed to the rig
Prior to Coops leaving Earth there are several scenes where he has a spiral bound notepad in his shirt pocket. Throughout these scenes the notepad spiral binding would have a number of loops loose from the pad, then would switch to an undamaged notepad an
During the first dust storm, Cooper pulls the truck straight up to the house. As the family exits the truck and enters the house, the wind and dust is blowing from left to right of the screen. When Cooper and Murph exit the house after the storm, the dust
As the Ranger approaches the Endurance for the first time, you can see that two Landers are docked at the center of the ring. You can also see the two docking ports at which Rangers can dock. Both Ranger docking ports are empty. However, after the crew bo
After Cooper's helmet is breached, air can be heard hissing from the cracks, indicating the suit is still positively pressurized. Because of this, the the toxic atmosphere of Mann's planet shouldn't have entered Cooper's helmet until his air supply had be
After Cooper decides he is leaving for the mission, during ascent in the Ranger TARS announces first that he is "beginning roll program" then goes on to say "prepare for stage 1 separation... Stage 1... there it is, Mach 1." Instead TARS should have annou
At 1 AU from Gragantua, Miller's planet would be traveling at roughly 0.99c. In the companion book, Kip Thrope explains that Cooper made use of Intermediate Black Holes (IMBH) of roughly 10,000 solar masses in order to match this velocity. However, using
Harvesting machines appear in one scene, suggesting harvest is underway. Corn is not harvested when it is green. The plant has matured and the ears ready for harvest when the stalks and leaves appear dried-out, light brown in color or "dead" in appearance
Romilly requests Cooper to stop the spinning so that they can see the worm hole. As their ship rotates to simulate gravity, once the rotation stops they should be in zero G. But both Romilly and Cooper do not appear to be without gravity as do the objects
After Dr. Mann blowups up part of Endurance and sends it spinning, Cooper must match its spin by spinning the Ranger to dock with it. Both Cooper and Dr. Brand can be seen leaning toward the right when the Ranger starts to spin. This continues until the R
When Cooper hears TARS in the tesseract, he says, "TARS, is that you?" and TARS replies, "Roger that." "Roger" is a non-committal acknowledgement of a transmission, not an affirmative reply (or even an agreement to comply with the request). If he wanted t
While it does seem unlikely that Miller's planet would have such a shallow ocean, the depiction is scientifically plausible. The presence of an untold number of mile-high waves sweeping perpetually across the planet means a great deal of the planet's wate
As the ranger approaches the Endurance for the first time, Doyle manually handles the docking procedures, however, later in the film we learn that the rangers are equipped with an auto-docking mechanism, which TARS had disabled for Dr. Mann. It would make
The venting of the cabin oxygen through the engines in order to purge water and facilitate combustion is highly unlikely. While it would indeed be a fast way to start a waterlogged engine, there is no plausible scenario for which NASA would have designed
In a real space mission, the rocket energy needed for launch is hundreds of times larger than any other phase; also, fuel must be managed on tight constraints. This film features a starship that launches autonomously from planets with masses larger than E
It is strange that the Endurance was not sent along with any probes to relay valuable information like temperature and atmospheric conditions on candidate planets before using valuable fuel to explore them. It is stranger still that not one of the highly
When Getty is at the house with Murph to check on Coop's lungs, he notices Lois coughing. When he asks her how long she's had her cough, she replies off-camera "A while." However, her reflection can be seen in the window behind Getty, & as she says "A whi
During the docking crisis scene, CASE analyzes the Endurance's spin at 67-68 RPM, meaning the entire station should complete a little more than 1 rotations per second. However, the actual RPM observed by the viewers is significantly slower, closer to 20 R
When Cooper enters the room with Dr. Brand and other NASA members, Cooper claims he doesn't know who they are; however, there are two things Cooper could have noticed in the room that gives a big indication: 1.) There is a flag of NASA revealed to the rig
When Brand sees the huge tidal wave on Millers planet, she must realize that the planet is completely uninhabitable and given the wreckage, assume Miller is dead. She therefore has no reason to jeopardize the mission and risk her life by collecting unnece
When the 3 crew members arrive on Dr. Mann's planet they walk from the ship to the lab/facility. As they walk around the facility there are 4 of them (in astronaut suits) instead of 3. The 4th crew member was killed on the previous planet by the tidal wav
Prior to Coops leaving Earth there are several scenes where he has a spiral bound notepad in his shirt pocket. Throughout these scenes the notepad spiral binding would have a number of loops loose from the pad, then would switch to an undamaged notepad an
As the Ranger approaches the Endurance for the first time, you can see that two Landers are docked at the center of the ring. You can also see the two docking ports at which Rangers can dock. Both Ranger docking ports are empty. However, after the crew bo
During the first dust storm, Cooper pulls the truck straight up to the house. As the family exits the truck and enters the house, the wind and dust is blowing from left to right of the screen. When Cooper and Murph exit the house after the storm, the dust
When Cooper is sitting in Murph's room following the sandstorm and contemplating gravity as the cause of the lines of sand on the floor, he tosses a coin onto the floor and it land at the end of a line of sand and very near a joint where two floor boards
After Cooper's helmet is breached, air can be heard hissing from the cracks, indicating the suit is still positively pressurized. Because of this, the the toxic atmosphere of Mann's planet shouldn't have entered Cooper's helmet until his air supply had be
At 1 AU from Gragantua, Miller's planet would be traveling at roughly 0.99c. In the companion book, Kip Thrope explains that Cooper made use of Intermediate Black Holes (IMBH) of roughly 10,000 solar masses in order to match this velocity. However, using
Harvesting machines appear in one scene, suggesting harvest is underway. Corn is not harvested when it is green. The plant has matured and the ears ready for harvest when the stalks and leaves appear dried-out, light brown in color or "dead" in appearance
After Cooper decides he is leaving for the mission, during ascent in the Ranger TARS announces first that he is "beginning roll program" then goes on to say "prepare for stage 1 separation... Stage 1... there it is, Mach 1." Instead TARS should have annou
Romilly requests Cooper to stop the spinning so that they can see the worm hole. As their ship rotates to simulate gravity, once the rotation stops they should be in zero G. But both Romilly and Cooper do not appear to be without gravity as do the objects
When Cooper hears TARS in the tesseract, he says, "TARS, is that you?" and TARS replies, "Roger that." "Roger" is a non-committal acknowledgement of a transmission, not an affirmative reply (or even an agreement to comply with the request). If he wanted t
While it does seem unlikely that Miller's planet would have such a shallow ocean, the depiction is scientifically plausible. The presence of an untold number of mile-high waves sweeping perpetually across the planet means a great deal of the planet's wate
As the ranger approaches the Endurance for the first time, Doyle manually handles the docking procedures, however, later in the film we learn that the rangers are equipped with an auto-docking mechanism, which TARS had disabled for Dr. Mann. It would make
Given that Miller left 10 Earth years before Endurance and that 7 Earth years is 1 planet hour, she must have arrived about 1.4hrs before endurance. Since she was still broadcasting when the Endurance excited the wormhole she must have been alive for this
The venting of the cabin oxygen through the engines in order to purge water and facilitate combustion is highly unlikely. While it would indeed be a fast way to start a waterlogged engine, there is no plausible scenario for which NASA would have designed
In a real space mission, the rocket energy needed for launch is hundreds of times larger than any other phase; also, fuel must be managed on tight constraints. This film features a starship that launches autonomously from planets with masses larger than E
It is strange that the Endurance was not sent along with any probes to relay valuable information like temperature and atmospheric conditions on candidate planets before using valuable fuel to explore them. It is stranger still that not one of the highly
When Getty is at the house with Murph to check on Coop's lungs, he notices Lois coughing. When he asks her how long she's had her cough, she replies off-camera "A while." However, her reflection can be seen in the window behind Getty, & as she says "A whi
During the docking crisis scene, CASE analyzes the Endurance's spin at 67-68 RPM, meaning the entire station should complete a little more than 1 rotations per second. However, the actual RPM observed by the viewers is significantly slower, closer to 20 R
When Cooper enters the room with Dr. Brand and other NASA members, Cooper claims he doesn't know who they are; however, there are two things Cooper could have noticed in the room that gives a big indication: 1.) There is a flag of NASA revealed to the rig
As the Ranger approaches the Endurance for the first time, you can see that two Landers are docked at the center of the ring. You can also see the two docking ports at which Rangers can dock. Both Ranger docking ports are empty. However, after the crew bo
Prior to Coops leaving Earth there are several scenes where he has a spiral bound notepad in his shirt pocket. Throughout these scenes the notepad spiral binding would have a number of loops loose from the pad, then would switch to an undamaged notepad an
When Cooper is sitting in Murph's room following the sandstorm and contemplating gravity as the cause of the lines of sand on the floor, he tosses a coin onto the floor and it land at the end of a line of sand and very near a joint where two floor boards
When the 3 crew members arrive on Dr. Mann's planet they walk from the ship to the lab/facility. As they walk around the facility there are 4 of them (3 humans in astronaut suits and a robot) instead of 3. The 4th crew member was killed on the previous pl
During the first dust storm, Cooper pulls the truck straight up to the house. As the family exits the truck and enters the house, the wind and dust is blowing from left to right of the screen. When Cooper and Murph exit the house after the storm, the dust
Young Murph doesn't have a chin cleft; however, the older Murph has one.
After Cooper's helmet is breached, air can be heard hissing from the cracks, indicating the suit is still positively pressurized. Because of this, the the toxic atmosphere of Mann's planet shouldn't have entered Cooper's helmet until his air supply had be
At 1 AU from Gragantua, Miller's planet would be traveling at roughly 0.99c. In the companion book, Kip Thrope explains that Cooper made use of Intermediate Black Holes (IMBH) of roughly 10,000 solar masses in order to match this velocity. However, using
Harvesting machines appear in one scene, suggesting harvest is underway. Corn is not harvested when it is green. The plant has matured and the ears ready for harvest when the stalks and leaves appear dried-out, light brown in color or "dead" in appearance
Romilly requests Cooper to stop the spinning so that they can see the worm hole. As their ship rotates to simulate gravity, once the rotation stops they should be in zero G. But both Romilly and Cooper do not appear to be without gravity as do the objects
After Cooper decides he is leaving for the mission, during ascent in the Ranger TARS announces first that he is "beginning roll program" then goes on to say "prepare for stage 1 separation... Stage 1... there it is, Mach 1." Instead TARS should have annou
After Dr. Mann blowups up part of Endurance and sends it spinning, Cooper must match its spin by spinning the shuttle to dock with it. Both Cooper and Dr.Brand can be seen leaning toward the right when the shuttle starts to spin. They return to the uprigh
After Dr. Mann blowups up part of Endurance and sends it spinning, there is no reason for Endurance to spin exactly on its original axis (could have been perpendicular or any other direction). Even if it was in the same direction, the rotation axis would
Given that Miller left 10 Earth years before Endurance and that 7 Earth years is 1 planet hour, she must have arrived about 1.4hrs before endurance. Since she was still broadcasting when the Endurance excited the wormhole she must have been alive for this
As the ranger approaches the Endurance for the first time, Doyle manually handles the docking procedures, however, later in the film we learn that the rangers are equipped with an auto-docking mechanism, which TARS had disabled for Dr. Mann. It would make
In a real space mission, the rocket energy needed for launch is hundreds of times larger than any other phase; also, fuel must be managed on tight constraints. This film features a starship that launches autonomously from planets with masses larger than E
It is strange that the Endurance was not sent along with any probes to relay valuable information like temperature and atmospheric conditions on candidate planets before using valuable fuel to explore them. It is stranger still that not one of the highly
When Getty is at the house with Murph to check on Coop's lungs, he notices Lois coughing. When he asks her how long she's had her cough, she replies off-camera "A while." However, her reflection can be seen in the window behind Getty, & as she says "A whi
In one scene where the older Murph takes the watch outside the box in her room, a boom mic is being reflected in the glass of the watch.
During the docking crisis scene, CASE analyzes the Endurance's spin at 67-68 RPM, meaning the entire station should complete a little more than 1 rotations per second. However, the actual RPM observed by the viewers is significantly slower, closer to 20 R
While docking with the Endurance, Cooper calls out distances in feet. NASA uses the metric system, so he should have been calling the distances in meters. Of course, since it was a while since he worked for NASA, such mistakes were bound to happen.
When Dr. Mann attempts to dock with the Endurance and overrides the hatch protocols to enter the airlock, automatic safeguards will keep him from opening the outer hatch while the inner hatch is still open. As Dr. Mann demonstrates that he has had extensi
When Cooper sees the second wave approaching and orders the others back to the spacecraft, he says "we're in the middle of a swell".. Actually the region between two wave crests is a "trough", not a "swell".. (Although the extreme urgency of the situation
When Cooper is sitting in Murph's room following the sandstorm and contemplating gravity as the cause of the lines of sand on the floor, he tosses a coin onto the floor and it land at the end of a line of sand and very near a joint where two floor boards
Prior to Coops leaving Earth there are several scenes where he has a spiral bound notepad in his shirt pocket. Throughout these scenes the notepad spiral binding would have a number of loops loose from the pad, then would switch to an undamaged notepad an
During the first dust storm, Cooper pulls the truck straight up to the house. As the family exits the truck and enters the house, the wind and dust is blowing from left to right of the screen. When Cooper and Murph exit the house after the storm, the dust
Once landed on Millers planet, and in the 7 Earth years per their hour time dilation field, the audience can see the receding wave that has just passed. The event flow is real time and only takes a few minutes. The next wave is almost on top of them when
At 1 AU from Gargantua, Miller's planet would be traveling at roughly 0.99c. In the companion book, Kip Thrope explains that Cooper made use of Intermediate Black Holes (IMBH) of roughly 10,000 solar masses in order to match this velocity. However, using
Harvesting machines appear in one scene, suggesting harvest is underway. Corn is not harvested when it is green. The plant has matured and the ears ready for harvest when the stalks and leaves appear dried-out, light brown in color or "dead" in appearance
After Cooper decides he is leaving for the mission, during ascent in the Ranger TARS announces first that he is "beginning roll pro-grade" then goes on to say "prepare for stage 1 separation... Stage 1... there it is, Mach 1." Instead TARS should have ann
After the explosion caused by Dr Mann's actions Cooper attempts to dock the Lander he's in to the spinning Endurance. We see in the previous scenes large sections of endurance are lost as clouds of debris. The 12 sections of endurance are now only 11. As
During the emergency attempt to dock with the spinning Endurance, CASE informs Cooper that the Endurance is hitting the stratosphere of the planet below, with Brand adding that the Endurance has no heat shield. Since the atmosphere is apparently dense eno
In the special feature item "The Science of Interstellar" at 11min 42sec the narrator says that GPS satellite clocks run faster than those on Earth. This is incorrect, GPS satellite clocks run about 7 microseconds per day slower than those on Earth.
After the failed docking attempt on the Endurance most of the debris falling off goes to the right of the screen in a straight line. As the debris is coming from a spinning object the debris should keep the momentum coming away from the ship in an outward
At 0:18:20 when they're leaving the car and rushing straight to the entrance door because of the dust storm suddenly there is another person helping them enter the building. But he didn't follow them inside he just walks away to the left side of the house
According to the exterior views of the Endurance, the individual modules would have very high ceilings. To move between them you would have to climb a ladder and then crawl through a tunnel and climb back down a ladder.This is not reflected in any of the
In "The Science of Interstellar" special feature, at 21min 03sec the camera flies over the outer rim of a galaxy. There is a whole collection of stars that fly with the camera, rather then past it. They appear stationary in the frame.
When Dr. Mann attempts to open the airlock of the Ranger he is on while attempting to enter into the Endurance, there would be basic mechanical, electrical and electronic interlocks preventing him from opening the outer hatch of the airlock while there is
When Cooper has to reset all the automatic farm machines' GPS, this indicates that some agency, normally NASA, has been maintaining and replacing the GPS satellites as needed at a time when NASA is supposedly shut down and no longer existing. We know that
NASA would need the help of significant industrial might in order to build the Endeavor and the other spacecraft needed the Lazarus missions. Yet all indications are most of Earth's industry, especially its high tech industry is no longer operating by 207
After Dr. Mann blows up part of Endurance and sends it spinning, Cooper must match its spin by spinning the shuttle to dock with it. Both Cooper and Dr.Brand can be seen leaning toward the right when the shuttle starts to spin. They return to the upright
When Getty is at the house with Murph to check on Coop's lungs, he notices Lois coughing. When he asks her how long she's had her cough, she replies off-camera "A while." However, her reflection can be seen in the window behind Getty, & as she says "A whi
During the docking crisis scene, CASE analyzes the Endurance's spin at 67-68 RPM, meaning the entire station should complete a little more than 1 rotations per second. However, the actual RPM observed by the viewers is significantly slower, closer to 20 R
When Dr. Mann attempts to dock with the Endurance and overrides the hatch protocols to enter the airlock, automatic safeguards will keep him from opening the outer hatch while the inner hatch is still open. As Dr. Mann demonstrates that he has had extensi
When Cooper sees the second wave approaching and orders the others back to the spacecraft, he says "we're in the middle of a swell".. Actually the region between two wave crests is a "trough", not a "swell".. (Although the extreme urgency of the situation
When Cooper is sitting in Murph's room following the sandstorm and contemplating gravity as the cause of the lines of sand on the floor, he tosses a coin onto the floor and it land at the end of a line of sand and very near a joint where two floor boards
Prior to Coops leaving Earth there are several scenes where he has a spiral bound notepad in his shirt pocket. Throughout these scenes the notepad spiral binding would have a number of loops loose from the pad, then would switch to an undamaged notepad an
During the first dust storm, Cooper pulls the truck straight up to the house. As the family exits the truck and enters the house, the wind and dust is blowing from left to right of the screen. When Cooper and Murph exit the house after the storm, the dust
Once landed on Millers planet, and in the 7 Earth years per their hour time dilation field, the audience can see the receding wave that has just passed. The event flow is real time and only takes a few minutes. The next wave is almost on top of them when
At 1 AU from Gargantua, Miller's planet would be traveling at roughly 0.99c. In the companion book, Kip Thrope explains that Cooper made use of Intermediate Black Holes (IMBH) of roughly 10,000 solar masses in order to match this velocity. However, using
Harvesting machines appear in one scene, suggesting harvest is underway. Corn is not harvested when it is green. The plant has matured and the ears ready for harvest when the stalks and leaves appear dried-out, light brown in color or "dead" in appearance
After Cooper decides he is leaving for the mission, during ascent in the Ranger TARS announces first that he is "beginning roll pro-grade" then goes on to say "prepare for stage 1 separation... Stage 1... there it is, Mach 1." Instead TARS should have ann
After the explosion caused by Dr Mann's actions Cooper attempts to dock the Lander he's in to the spinning Endurance. We see in the previous scenes large sections of endurance are lost as clouds of debris. The 12 sections of endurance are now only 11. As
During the emergency attempt to dock with the spinning Endurance, CASE informs Cooper that the Endurance is hitting the stratosphere of the planet below, with Brand adding that the Endurance has no heat shield. Since the atmosphere is apparently dense eno
After the failed docking attempt on the Endurance most of the debris falling off goes to the right of the screen in a straight line. As the debris is coming from a spinning object the debris should keep the momentum coming away from the ship in an outward
At 0:18:20 when they're leaving the car and rushing straight to the entrance door because of the dust storm suddenly there is another person helping them enter the building. But he didn't follow them inside he just walks away to the left side of the house
According to the exterior views of the Endurance, the individual modules would have very high ceilings. To move between them you would have to climb a ladder and then crawl through a tunnel and climb back down a ladder.This is not reflected in any of the
When Dr. Mann attempts to open the airlock of the Ranger he is on while attempting to enter into the Endurance, there would be basic mechanical, electrical and electronic interlocks preventing him from opening the outer hatch of the airlock while there is
When Cooper has to reset all the automatic farm machines' GPS, this indicates that some agency, normally NASA, has been maintaining and replacing the GPS satellites as needed at a time when NASA is supposedly shut down and no longer existing. We know that
NASA would need the help of significant industrial might in order to build the Endeavor and the other spacecraft needed the Lazarus missions. Yet all indications are most of Earth's industry, especially its high tech industry is no longer operating by 207
After Dr. Mann blows up part of Endurance and sends it spinning, Cooper must match its spin by spinning the shuttle to dock with it. Both Cooper and Dr.Brand can be seen leaning toward the right when the shuttle starts to spin. They return to the upright
When Getty is at the house with Murph to check on Coop's lungs, he notices Lois coughing. When he asks her how long she's had her cough, she replies off-camera "A while." However, her reflection can be seen in the window behind Getty, & as she says "A whi
During the docking crisis scene, CASE analyzes the Endurance's spin at 67-68 RPM, meaning the entire station should complete a little more than 1 rotations per second. However, the actual RPM observed by the viewers is significantly slower, closer to 20 R
When Dr. Mann attempts to dock with the Endurance and overrides the hatch protocols to enter the airlock, automatic safeguards will keep him from opening the outer hatch while the inner hatch is still open. As Dr. Mann demonstrates that he has had extensi
When Cooper sees the second wave approaching and orders the others back to the spacecraft, he says "we're in the middle of a swell".. Actually the region between two wave crests is a "trough", not a "swell".. (Although the extreme urgency of the situation
When Cooper is sitting in Murph's room following the sandstorm and contemplating gravity as the cause of the lines of sand on the floor, he tosses a coin onto the floor and it land at the end of a line of sand and very near a joint where two floor boards
Prior to Coops leaving Earth there are several scenes where he has a spiral bound notepad in his shirt pocket. Throughout these scenes the notepad spiral binding would have a number of loops loose from the pad, then would switch to an undamaged notepad an
During the first dust storm, Cooper pulls the truck straight up to the house. As the family exits the truck and enters the house, the wind and dust is blowing from left to right of the screen. When Cooper and Murph exit the house after the storm, the dust
Once landed on Millers planet, and in the 7 Earth years per their hour time dilation field, the audience can see the receding wave that has just passed. The event flow is real time and only takes a few minutes. The next wave is almost on top of them when
At 1 AU from Gargantua, Miller's planet would be traveling at roughly 0.99c. In the companion book, Kip Thrope explains that Cooper made use of Intermediate Black Holes (IMBH) of roughly 10,000 solar masses in order to match this velocity. However, using
Harvesting machines appear in one scene, suggesting harvest is underway. Corn is not harvested when it is green. The plant has matured and the ears ready for harvest when the stalks and leaves appear dried-out, light brown in color or "dead" in appearance
After Cooper decides he is leaving for the mission, during ascent in the Ranger TARS announces first that he is "beginning roll pro-grade" then goes on to say "prepare for stage 1 separation... Stage 1... there it is, Mach 1." Instead TARS should have ann
After the explosion caused by Dr Mann's actions Cooper attempts to dock the Lander he's in to the spinning Endurance. We see in the previous scenes large sections of endurance are lost as clouds of debris. The 12 sections of endurance are now only 11. As
During the emergency attempt to dock with the spinning Endurance, CASE informs Cooper that the Endurance is hitting the stratosphere of the planet below, with Brand adding that the Endurance has no heat shield. Since the atmosphere is apparently dense eno
After the failed docking attempt on the Endurance most of the debris falling off goes to the right of the screen in a straight line. As the debris is coming from a spinning object the debris should keep the momentum coming away from the ship in an outward
At 0:18:20 when they're leaving the car and rushing straight to the entrance door because of the dust storm suddenly there is another person helping them enter the building. But he didn't follow them inside he just walks away to the left side of the house
According to the exterior views of the Endurance, the individual modules would have very high ceilings. To move between them you would have to climb a ladder and then crawl through a tunnel and climb back down a ladder.This is not reflected in any of the
When Dr. Mann attempts to open the airlock of the Ranger he is on while attempting to enter into the Endurance, there would be basic mechanical, electrical and electronic interlocks preventing him from opening the outer hatch of the airlock while there is
When Cooper has to reset all the automatic farm machines' GPS, this indicates that some agency, normally NASA, has been maintaining and replacing the GPS satellites as needed at a time when NASA is supposedly shut down and no longer existing. We know that
NASA would need the help of significant industrial might in order to build the Endeavor and the other spacecraft needed the Lazarus missions. Yet all indications are most of Earth's industry, especially its high tech industry is no longer operating by 207
After Dr. Mann blows up part of Endurance and sends it spinning, Cooper must match its spin by spinning the shuttle to dock with it. Both Cooper and Dr.Brand can be seen leaning toward the right when the shuttle starts to spin. They return to the upright
When Getty is at the house with Murph to check on Coop's lungs, he notices Lois coughing. When he asks her how long she's had her cough, she replies off-camera "A while." However, her reflection can be seen in the window behind Getty, & as she says "A whi
During the docking crisis scene, CASE analyzes the Endurance's spin at 67-68 RPM, meaning the entire station should complete a little more than 1 rotations per second. However, the actual RPM observed by the viewers is significantly slower, closer to 20 R
When Dr. Mann attempts to dock with the Endurance and overrides the hatch protocols to enter the airlock, automatic safeguards will keep him from opening the outer hatch while the inner hatch is still open. As Dr. Mann demonstrates that he has had extensi
When Cooper sees the second wave approaching and orders the others back to the spacecraft, he says "we're in the middle of a swell".. Actually the region between two wave crests is a "trough", not a "swell".. (Although the extreme urgency of the situation
When Cooper is sitting in Murph's room following the sandstorm and contemplating gravity as the cause of the lines of sand on the floor, he tosses a coin onto the floor and it land at the end of a line of sand and very near a joint where two floor boards
Prior to Coops leaving Earth there are several scenes where he has a spiral bound notepad in his shirt pocket. Throughout these scenes the notepad spiral binding would have a number of loops loose from the pad, then would switch to an undamaged notepad an
During the first dust storm, Cooper pulls the truck straight up to the house. As the family exits the truck and enters the house, the wind and dust is blowing from left to right of the screen. When Cooper and Murph exit the house after the storm, the dust
Once landed on Millers planet, and in the 7 Earth years per their hour time dilation field, the audience can see the receding wave that has just passed. The event flow is real time and only takes a few minutes. The next wave is almost on top of them when
At 1 AU from Gargantua, Miller's planet would be traveling at roughly 0.99c. In the companion book, Kip Thrope explains that Cooper made use of Intermediate Black Holes (IMBH) of roughly 10,000 solar masses in order to match this velocity. However, using
Harvesting machines appear in one scene, suggesting harvest is underway. Corn is not harvested when it is green. The plant has matured and the ears ready for harvest when the stalks and leaves appear dried-out, light brown in color or "dead" in appearance
After Cooper decides he is leaving for the mission, during ascent in the Ranger TARS announces first that he is "beginning roll pro-grade" then goes on to say "prepare for stage 1 separation... Stage 1... there it is, Mach 1." Instead TARS should have ann
After the explosion caused by Dr Mann's actions Cooper attempts to dock the Lander he's in to the spinning Endurance. We see in the previous scenes large sections of endurance are lost as clouds of debris. The 12 sections of endurance are now only 11. As
During the emergency attempt to dock with the spinning Endurance, CASE informs Cooper that the Endurance is hitting the stratosphere of the planet below, with Brand adding that the Endurance has no heat shield. Since the atmosphere is apparently dense eno
After the failed docking attempt on the Endurance most of the debris falling off goes to the right of the screen in a straight line. As the debris is coming from a spinning object the debris should keep the momentum coming away from the ship in an outward
At 0:18:20 when they're leaving the car and rushing straight to the entrance door because of the dust storm suddenly there is another person helping them enter the building. But he didn't follow them inside he just walks away to the left side of the house
According to the exterior views of the Endurance, the individual modules would have very high ceilings. To move between them you would have to climb a ladder and then crawl through a tunnel and climb back down a ladder.This is not reflected in any of the
When Dr. Mann attempts to open the airlock of the Ranger he is on while attempting to enter into the Endurance, there would be basic mechanical, electrical and electronic interlocks preventing him from opening the outer hatch of the airlock while there is
When Cooper has to reset all the automatic farm machines' GPS, this indicates that some agency, normally NASA, has been maintaining and replacing the GPS satellites as needed at a time when NASA is supposedly shut down and no longer existing. We know that
NASA would need the help of significant industrial might in order to build the Endeavor and the other spacecraft needed the Lazarus missions. Yet all indications are most of Earth's industry, especially its high tech industry is no longer operating by 207
After Dr. Mann blows up part of Endurance and sends it spinning, Cooper must match its spin by spinning the shuttle to dock with it. Both Cooper and Dr.Brand can be seen leaning toward the right when the shuttle starts to spin. They return to the upright
When Getty is at the house with Murph to check on Coop's lungs, he notices Lois coughing. When he asks her how long she's had her cough, she replies off-camera "A while." However, her reflection can be seen in the window behind Getty, & as she says "A whi
During the docking crisis scene, CASE analyzes the Endurance's spin at 67-68 RPM, meaning the entire station should complete a little more than 1 rotations per second. However, the actual RPM observed by the viewers is significantly slower, closer to 20 R
When Dr. Mann attempts to dock with the Endurance and overrides the hatch protocols to enter the airlock, automatic safeguards will keep him from opening the outer hatch while the inner hatch is still open. As Dr. Mann demonstrates that he has had extensi
When Cooper sees the second wave approaching and orders the others back to the spacecraft, he says "we're in the middle of a swell".. Actually the region between two wave crests is a "trough", not a "swell".. (Although the extreme urgency of the situation
When Cooper is sitting in Murph's room following the sandstorm and contemplating gravity as the cause of the lines of sand on the floor, he tosses a coin onto the floor and it land at the end of a line of sand and very near a joint where two floor boards
Prior to Coops leaving Earth there are several scenes where he has a spiral bound notepad in his shirt pocket. Throughout these scenes the notepad spiral binding would have a number of loops loose from the pad, then would switch to an undamaged notepad an
During the first dust storm, Cooper pulls the truck straight up to the house. As the family exits the truck and enters the house, the wind and dust is blowing from left to right of the screen. When Cooper and Murph exit the house after the storm, the dust
Once landed on Millers planet, and in the 7 Earth years per their hour time dilation field, the audience can see the receding wave that has just passed. The event flow is real time and only takes a few minutes. The next wave is almost on top of them when
At 1 AU from Gargantua, Miller's planet would be traveling at roughly 0.99c. In the companion book, Kip Thrope explains that Cooper made use of Intermediate Black Holes (IMBH) of roughly 10,000 solar masses in order to match this velocity. However, using
Harvesting machines appear in one scene, suggesting harvest is underway. Corn is not harvested when it is green. The plant has matured and the ears ready for harvest when the stalks and leaves appear dried-out, light brown in color or "dead" in appearance
After Cooper decides he is leaving for the mission, during ascent in the Ranger TARS announces first that he is "beginning roll pro-grade" then goes on to say "prepare for stage 1 separation... Stage 1... there it is, Mach 1." Instead TARS should have ann
After the explosion caused by Dr Mann's actions Cooper attempts to dock the Lander he's in to the spinning Endurance. We see in the previous scenes large sections of endurance are lost as clouds of debris. The 12 sections of endurance are now only 11. As
During the emergency attempt to dock with the spinning Endurance, CASE informs Cooper that the Endurance is hitting the stratosphere of the planet below, with Brand adding that the Endurance has no heat shield. Since the atmosphere is apparently dense eno
After the failed docking attempt on the Endurance most of the debris falling off goes to the right of the screen in a straight line. As the debris is coming from a spinning object the debris should keep the momentum coming away from the ship in an outward
According to the exterior views of the Endurance, the individual modules would have very high ceilings. To move between them you would have to climb a ladder and then crawl through a tunnel and climb back down a ladder.This is not reflected in any of the
At 0:18:20 when they're leaving the car and rushing straight to the entrance door because of the dust storm suddenly there is another person helping them enter the building. But he didn't follow them inside he just walks away to the left side of the house
When Dr. Mann attempts to open the airlock of the Ranger he is on while attempting to enter into the Endurance, there would be basic mechanical, electrical and electronic interlocks preventing him from opening the outer hatch of the airlock while there is
NASA would need the help of significant industrial might in order to build the Endeavor and the other spacecraft needed the Lazarus missions. Yet all indications are most of Earth's industry, especially its high tech industry is no longer operating by 207
When Cooper has to reset all the automatic farm machines' GPS, this indicates that some agency, normally NASA, has been maintaining and replacing the GPS satellites as needed at a time when NASA is supposedly shut down and no longer existing. We know that
After Dr. Mann blows up part of Endurance and sends it spinning, Cooper must match its spin by spinning the shuttle to dock with it. Both Cooper and Dr.Brand can be seen leaning toward the right when the shuttle starts to spin. They return to the upright
When Getty is at the house with Murph to check on Coop's lungs, he notices Lois coughing. When he asks her how long she's had her cough, she replies off-camera "A while." However, her reflection can be seen in the window behind Getty, & as she says "A whi
During the docking crisis scene, CASE analyzes the Endurance's spin at 67-68 RPM, meaning the entire station should complete a little more than 1 rotations per second. However, the actual RPM observed by the viewers is significantly slower, closer to 20 R
When Dr. Mann attempts to dock with the Endurance and overrides the hatch protocols to enter the airlock, automatic safeguards will keep him from opening the outer hatch while the inner hatch is still open. As Dr. Mann demonstrates that he has had extensi
When Cooper sees the second wave approaching and orders the others back to the spacecraft, he says "we're in the middle of a swell".. Actually the region between two wave crests is a "trough", not a "swell".. (Although the extreme urgency of the situation
Cooper and Donald can be seen drinking from what appears to be beer bottles on the porch, discussing that the okra crop failed and they are down to just corn. Beer is not made from corn.
Brand says something about approaching the wormhole in 3 hours. But they have been approaching the wormhole ever since they left earth 2 years before.
When Cooper is sitting in Murph's room following the sandstorm and contemplating gravity as the cause of the lines of sand on the floor, he tosses a coin onto the floor and it land at the end of a line of sand and very near a joint where two floor boards
Prior to Coops leaving Earth there are several scenes where he has a spiral bound notepad in his shirt pocket. Throughout these scenes the notepad spiral binding would have a number of loops loose from the pad, then would switch to an undamaged notepad an
During the first dust storm, Cooper pulls the truck straight up to the house. As the family exits the truck and enters the house, the wind and dust is blowing from left to right of the screen. When Cooper and Murph exit the house after the storm, the dust
Once landed on Millers planet, and in the 7 Earth years per their hour time dilation field, the audience can see the receding wave that has just passed. The event flow is real time and only takes a few minutes. The next wave is almost on top of them when
At 1 AU from Gargantua, Miller's planet would be traveling at roughly 0.99c. In the companion book, Kip Thrope explains that Cooper made use of Intermediate Black Holes (IMBH) of roughly 10,000 solar masses in order to match this velocity. However, using
Harvesting machines appear in one scene, suggesting harvest is underway. Corn is not harvested when it is green. The plant has matured and the ears ready for harvest when the stalks and leaves appear dried-out, light brown in color or "dead" in appearance
After Cooper decides he is leaving for the mission, during ascent in the Ranger TARS announces first that he is "beginning roll pro-grade" then goes on to say "prepare for stage 1 separation... Stage 1... there it is, Mach 1." Instead TARS should have ann
After the explosion caused by Dr Mann's actions Cooper attempts to dock the Lander he's in to the spinning Endurance. We see in the previous scenes large sections of endurance are lost as clouds of debris. The 12 sections of endurance are now only 11. As
During the emergency attempt to dock with the spinning Endurance, CASE informs Cooper that the Endurance is hitting the stratosphere of the planet below, with Brand adding that the Endurance has no heat shield. Since the atmosphere is apparently dense eno
After the failed docking attempt on the Endurance most of the debris falling off goes to the right of the screen in a straight line. As the debris is coming from a spinning object the debris should keep the momentum coming away from the ship in an outward
According to the exterior views of the Endurance, the individual modules would have very high ceilings. To move between them you would have to climb a ladder and then crawl through a tunnel and climb back down a ladder.This is not reflected in any of the
At 0:18:20 when they're leaving the car and rushing straight to the entrance door because of the dust storm suddenly there is another person helping them enter the building. But he didn't follow them inside he just walks away to the left side of the house
When Dr. Mann attempts to open the airlock of the Ranger he is on while attempting to enter into the Endurance, there would be basic mechanical, electrical and electronic interlocks preventing him from opening the outer hatch of the airlock while there is
NASA would need the help of significant industrial might in order to build the Endeavor and the other spacecraft needed the Lazarus missions. Yet all indications are most of Earth's industry, especially its high tech industry is no longer operating by 207
When Cooper has to reset all the automatic farm machines' GPS, this indicates that some agency, normally NASA, has been maintaining and replacing the GPS satellites as needed at a time when NASA is supposedly shut down and no longer existing. We know that
After Dr. Mann blows up part of Endurance and sends it spinning, Cooper must match its spin by spinning the shuttle to dock with it. Both Cooper and Dr.Brand can be seen leaning toward the right when the shuttle starts to spin. They return to the upright
When Getty is at the house with Murph to check on Coop's lungs, he notices Lois coughing. When he asks her how long she's had her cough, she replies off-camera "A while." However, her reflection can be seen in the window behind Getty, & as she says "A whi
During the docking crisis scene, CASE analyzes the Endurance's spin at 67-68 RPM, meaning the entire station should complete a little more than 1 rotations per second. However, the actual RPM observed by the viewers is significantly slower, closer to 20 R
When Dr. Mann attempts to dock with the Endurance and overrides the hatch protocols to enter the airlock, automatic safeguards will keep him from opening the outer hatch while the inner hatch is still open. As Dr. Mann demonstrates that he has had extensi
When Cooper sees the second wave approaching and orders the others back to the spacecraft, he says "we're in the middle of a swell".. Actually the region between two wave crests is a "trough", not a "swell".. (Although the extreme urgency of the situation
During the cornfield drone chase, Cooper says the solar cells on its wings could "power an entire farm." A theoretically 100% efficient solar panel couldn't reach even a hundred watts per square foot.
When Cooper is sitting in Murph's room following the sandstorm and contemplating gravity as the cause of the lines of sand on the floor, he tosses a coin onto the floor and it land at the end of a line of sand and very near a joint where two floor boards
Prior to Coops leaving Earth there are several scenes where he has a spiral bound notepad in his shirt pocket. Throughout these scenes the notepad spiral binding would have a number of loops loose from the pad, then would switch to an undamaged notepad an
During the first dust storm, Cooper pulls the truck straight up to the house. As the family exits the truck and enters the house, the wind and dust is blowing from left to right of the screen. When Cooper and Murph exit the house after the storm, the dust
When the spinning spacecraft Endurance crew looks out their window at a small Earth as they pull further away, just before they all go to hibernation in their liquid-filled tubes, the Earth is spinning counterclockwise. However, in previous scene the Endu
Once landed on Millers planet, and in the 7 Earth years per their hour time dilation field, the audience can see the receding wave that has just passed. The event flow is real time and only takes a few minutes. The next wave is almost on top of them when
At 1 AU from Gargantua, Miller's planet would be traveling at roughly 0.99c. In the companion book, Kip Thrope explains that Cooper made use of Intermediate Black Holes (IMBH) of roughly 10,000 solar masses in order to match this velocity. However, using
Harvesting machines appear in one scene, suggesting harvest is underway. Corn is not harvested when it is green. The plant has matured and the ears ready for harvest when the stalks and leaves appear dried-out, light brown in color or "dead" in appearance
After Cooper decides he is leaving for the mission, during ascent in the Ranger TARS announces first that he is "beginning roll pro-grade" then goes on to say "prepare for stage 1 separation... Stage 1... there it is, Mach 1." Instead TARS should have ann
After the explosion caused by Dr Mann's actions Cooper attempts to dock the Lander he's in to the spinning Endurance. We see in the previous scenes large sections of endurance are lost as clouds of debris. The 12 sections of endurance are now only 11. As
During the emergency attempt to dock with the spinning Endurance, CASE informs Cooper that the Endurance is hitting the stratosphere of the planet below, with Brand adding that the Endurance has no heat shield. Since the atmosphere is apparently dense eno
After the failed docking attempt on the Endurance most of the debris falling off goes to the right of the screen in a straight line. As the debris is coming from a spinning object the debris should keep the momentum coming away from the ship in an outward
According to the exterior views of the Endurance, the individual modules would have very high ceilings. To move between them you would have to climb a ladder and then crawl through a tunnel and climb back down a ladder.This is not reflected in any of the
At 0:18:20 when they're leaving the car and rushing straight to the entrance door because of the dust storm suddenly there is another person helping them enter the building. But he didn't follow them inside he just walks away to the left side of the house
When Dr. Mann attempts to open the airlock of the Ranger he is on while attempting to enter into the Endurance, there would be basic mechanical, electrical and electronic interlocks preventing him from opening the outer hatch of the airlock while there is
When Cooper has to reset all the automatic farm machines' GPS, this indicates that some agency, normally NASA, has been maintaining and replacing the GPS satellites as needed at a time when NASA is supposedly shut down and no longer existing. We know that
NASA would need the help of significant industrial might in order to build the Endeavor and the other spacecraft needed the Lazarus missions. Yet all indications are most of Earth's industry, especially its high tech industry is no longer operating by 207
After Dr. Mann blows up part of Endurance and sends it spinning, Cooper must match its spin by spinning the shuttle to dock with it. Both Cooper and Dr.Brand can be seen leaning toward the right when the shuttle starts to spin. They return to the upright
When Getty is at the house with Murph to check on Coop's lungs, he notices Lois coughing. When he asks her how long she's had her cough, she replies off-camera "A while." However, her reflection can be seen in the window behind Getty, & as she says "A whi
During the docking crisis scene, CASE analyzes the Endurance's spin at 67-68 RPM, meaning the entire station should complete a little more than 1 rotations per second. However, the actual RPM observed by the viewers is significantly slower, closer to 20 R
When Dr. Mann attempts to dock with the Endurance and overrides the hatch protocols to enter the airlock, automatic safeguards will keep him from opening the outer hatch while the inner hatch is still open. As Dr. Mann demonstrates that he has had extensi
When Cooper sees the second wave approaching and orders the others back to the spacecraft, he says "we're in the middle of a swell".. Actually the region between two wave crests is a "trough", not a "swell".. (Although the extreme urgency of the situation
When Cooper is sitting in Murph's room following the sandstorm and contemplating gravity as the cause of the lines of sand on the floor, he tosses a coin onto the floor and it land at the end of a line of sand and very near a joint where two floor boards
Prior to Coops leaving Earth there are several scenes where he has a spiral bound notepad in his shirt pocket. Throughout these scenes the notepad spiral binding would have a number of loops loose from the pad, then would switch to an undamaged notepad an
During the first dust storm, Cooper pulls the truck straight up to the house. As the family exits the truck and enters the house, the wind and dust is blowing from left to right of the screen. When Cooper and Murph exit the house after the storm, the dust
When the spinning spacecraft Endurance crew looks out their window at a small Earth as they pull further away, just before they all go to hibernation in their liquid-filled tubes, the Earth is spinning counterclockwise. However, in previous scene the Endu
Once landed on Millers planet, and in the 7 Earth years per their hour time dilation field, the audience can see the receding wave that has just passed. The event flow is real time and only takes a few minutes. The next wave is almost on top of them when
At 1 AU from Gargantua, Miller's planet would be traveling at roughly 0.99c. In the companion book, Kip Thrope explains that Cooper made use of Intermediate Black Holes (IMBH) of roughly 10,000 solar masses in order to match this velocity. However, using
Harvesting machines appear in one scene, suggesting harvest is underway. Corn is not harvested when it is green. The plant has matured and the ears ready for harvest when the stalks and leaves appear dried-out, light brown in color or "dead" in appearance
After Cooper decides he is leaving for the mission, during ascent in the Ranger TARS announces first that he is "beginning roll pro-grade" then goes on to say "prepare for stage 1 separation... Stage 1... there it is, Mach 1." Instead TARS should have ann
After the explosion caused by Dr Mann's actions Cooper attempts to dock the Lander he's in to the spinning Endurance. We see in the previous scenes large sections of endurance are lost as clouds of debris. The 12 sections of endurance are now only 11. As
During the emergency attempt to dock with the spinning Endurance, CASE informs Cooper that the Endurance is hitting the stratosphere of the planet below, with Brand adding that the Endurance has no heat shield. Since the atmosphere is apparently dense eno
After the failed docking attempt on the Endurance most of the debris falling off goes to the right of the screen in a straight line. As the debris is coming from a spinning object the debris should keep the momentum coming away from the ship in an outward
According to the exterior views of the Endurance, the individual modules would have very high ceilings. To move between them you would have to climb a ladder and then crawl through a tunnel and climb back down a ladder.This is not reflected in any of the
At 0:18:20 when they're leaving the car and rushing straight to the entrance door because of the dust storm suddenly there is another person helping them enter the building. But he didn't follow them inside he just walks away to the left side of the house
When Dr. Mann attempts to open the airlock of the Ranger he is on while attempting to enter into the Endurance, there would be basic mechanical, electrical and electronic interlocks preventing him from opening the outer hatch of the airlock while there is
When Cooper has to reset all the automatic farm machines' GPS, this indicates that some agency, normally NASA, has been maintaining and replacing the GPS satellites as needed at a time when NASA is supposedly shut down and no longer existing. We know that
NASA would need the help of significant industrial might in order to build the Endeavor and the other spacecraft needed the Lazarus missions. Yet all indications are most of Earth's industry, especially its high tech industry is no longer operating by 207
After Dr. Mann blows up part of Endurance and sends it spinning, Cooper must match its spin by spinning the shuttle to dock with it. Both Cooper and Dr.Brand can be seen leaning toward the right when the shuttle starts to spin. They return to the upright
When Getty is at the house with Murph to check on Coop's lungs, he notices Lois coughing. When he asks her how long she's had her cough, she replies off-camera "A while." However, her reflection can be seen in the window behind Getty, & as she says "A whi
During the docking crisis scene, CASE analyzes the Endurance's spin at 67-68 RPM, meaning the entire station should complete a little more than 1 rotations per second. However, the actual RPM observed by the viewers is significantly slower, closer to 20 R
When Dr. Mann attempts to dock with the Endurance and overrides the hatch protocols to enter the airlock, automatic safeguards will keep him from opening the outer hatch while the inner hatch is still open. As Dr. Mann demonstrates that he has had extensi
When Cooper sees the second wave approaching and orders the others back to the spacecraft, he says "we're in the middle of a swell".. Actually the region between two wave crests is a "trough", not a "swell".. (Although the extreme urgency of the situation
When Cooper is sitting in Murph's room following the sandstorm and contemplating gravity as the cause of the lines of sand on the floor, he tosses a coin onto the floor and it land at the end of a line of sand and very near a joint where two floor boards
Prior to Coops leaving Earth there are several scenes where he has a spiral bound notepad in his shirt pocket. Throughout these scenes the notepad spiral binding would have a number of loops loose from the pad, then would switch to an undamaged notepad an
During the first dust storm, Cooper pulls the truck straight up to the house. As the family exits the truck and enters the house, the wind and dust is blowing from left to right of the screen. When Cooper and Murph exit the house after the storm, the dust
Once landed on Millers planet, and in the 7 Earth years per their hour time dilation field, the audience can see the receding wave that has just passed. The event flow is real time and only takes a few minutes. The next wave is almost on top of them when
When the spinning spacecraft Endurance crew looks out their window at a small Earth as they pull further away, just before they all go to hibernation in their liquid-filled tubes, the Earth is spinning counterclockwise. However, in previous scene the Endu
At 1 AU from Gargantua, Miller's planet would be traveling at roughly 0.99c. In the companion book, Kip Thrope explains that Cooper made use of Intermediate Black Holes (IMBH) of roughly 10,000 solar masses in order to match this velocity. However, using
Harvesting machines appear in one scene, suggesting harvest is underway. Corn is not harvested when it is green. The plant has matured and the ears ready for harvest when the stalks and leaves appear dried-out, light brown in color or "dead" in appearance
After Cooper decides he is leaving for the mission, during ascent in the Ranger TARS announces first that he is "beginning roll pro-grade" then goes on to say "prepare for stage 1 separation... Stage 1... there it is, Mach 1." Instead TARS should have ann
After the explosion caused by Dr Mann's actions Cooper attempts to dock the Lander he's in to the spinning Endurance. We see in the previous scenes large sections of endurance are lost as clouds of debris. The 12 sections of endurance are now only 11. As
During the emergency attempt to dock with the spinning Endurance, CASE informs Cooper that the Endurance is hitting the stratosphere of the planet below, with Brand adding that the Endurance has no heat shield. Since the atmosphere is apparently dense eno
After the failed docking attempt on the Endurance most of the debris falling off goes to the right of the screen in a straight line. As the debris is coming from a spinning object the debris should keep the momentum coming away from the ship in an outward
According to the exterior views of the Endurance, the individual modules would have very high ceilings. To move between them you would have to climb a ladder and then crawl through a tunnel and climb back down a ladder.This is not reflected in any of the
At 0:18:20 when they're leaving the car and rushing straight to the entrance door because of the dust storm suddenly there is another person helping them enter the building. But he didn't follow them inside he just walks away to the left side of the house
When Dr. Mann attempts to open the airlock of the Ranger he is on while attempting to enter into the Endurance, there would be basic mechanical, electrical and electronic interlocks preventing him from opening the outer hatch of the airlock while there is
NASA would need the help of significant industrial might in order to build the Endeavor and the other spacecraft needed the Lazarus missions. Yet all indications are most of Earth's industry, especially its high tech industry is no longer operating by 207
When Cooper has to reset all the automatic farm machines' GPS, this indicates that some agency, normally NASA, has been maintaining and replacing the GPS satellites as needed at a time when NASA is supposedly shut down and no longer existing. We know that
After Dr. Mann blows up part of Endurance and sends it spinning, Cooper must match its spin by spinning the shuttle to dock with it. Both Cooper and Dr.Brand can be seen leaning toward the right when the shuttle starts to spin. They return to the upright
When Getty is at the house with Murph to check on Coop's lungs, he notices Lois coughing. When he asks her how long she's had her cough, she replies off-camera "A while." However, her reflection can be seen in the window behind Getty, & as she says "A while", her reflection instead shows her coughing into her arm.
During the docking crisis scene, CASE analyzes the Endurance's spin at 67-68 RPM, meaning the entire station should complete a little more than 1 rotations per second. However, the actual RPM observed by the viewers is significantly slower, closer to 20 RPM (or 1 rotation every 3 seconds).
When Dr. Mann attempts to dock with the Endurance and overrides the hatch protocols to enter the airlock, automatic safeguards will keep him from opening the outer hatch while the inner hatch is still open. As Dr. Mann demonstrates that he has had extensive training on the systems of the Ranger he is in, he would know that these safeguards cannot be overridden as long as there is atmosphere within the airlock. This is true even of airlocks used today in the 20th/21st centuries.
When Cooper sees the second wave approaching and orders the others back to the spacecraft, he says "we're in the middle of a swell".. Actually the region between two wave crests is a "trough", not a "swell".. (Although the extreme urgency of the situation could have understandably contributed to his error.)
When Cooper is sitting in Murph's room following the sandstorm and contemplating gravity as the cause of the lines of sand on the floor, he tosses a coin onto the floor and it land at the end of a line of sand and very near a joint where two floor boards butt against each other. Then in the next scene the coin has moved to much further up the line of sand and away from the butt joint of the two floor boards, even moving over at least one floor board width.
Prior to Coops leaving Earth there are several scenes where he has a spiral bound notepad in his shirt pocket. Throughout these scenes the notepad spiral binding would have a number of loops loose from the pad, then would switch to an undamaged notepad and back again to the damaged one.
During the first dust storm, Cooper pulls the truck straight up to the house. As the family exits the truck and enters the house, the wind and dust is blowing from left to right of the screen. When Cooper and Murph exit the house after the storm, the dust is piled up on the wrong side (right side) of the truck.
When the spinning spacecraft Endurance crew looks out their window at a small Earth as they pull further away, just before they all go to hibernation in their liquid-filled tubes, the Earth is spinning counterclockwise. However, in previous scene the Endurance was seen pulling away from Earth rotating clockwise as viewed from Earth. The latter scene's Earth spin should be clockwise instead of counterclockwise.
Once landed on Millers planet, and in the 7 Earth years per their hour time dilation field, the audience can see the receding wave that has just passed. The event flow is real time and only takes a few minutes. The next wave is almost on top of them when it's noticed and, considering the speed at which it took to arrive, there was too much action from that point before it actually hit, when they should have only had seconds. Also, the crew didn't seem to panic enough for self preservation, Doyle having died after lingering unnecessarily. As soon as the ship is on the other side of the wave we see the next wave approaching in the background as the landing struts extend. The action / conversation flow is continuous between the waves and is again only a few minutes, yet the dialogue leads us to believe 3/4 of an hour has passed while waiting for the engines to drain. In terms of the context of the situation only around 10-12 minutes was experienced on Millers planet, meaning just over a year of Earth time which would have been similar to original expectations, yet 23 years passed for Romilly on the mother ship.
When driving in the Truck before the tire blew up, Murph has a pencil in her hair. Moments after the blowout, the brother comments on the event by saying "Murphis Law", Murph answers angrily while not having a pencil in her hair.
At 1 AU from Gargantua, Miller's planet would be traveling at roughly 0.99c. In the companion book, Kip Thrope explains that Cooper made use of Intermediate Black Holes (IMBH) of roughly 10,000 solar masses in order to match this velocity. However, using a top speed of 0.3 AU / month (the rate that Endurance traveled to Saturn), it would have taken at least three months in Cooper's time (proper time) for the ranger to travel from an IMBH that was just 1 AU away from Miller's planet to Miller's planet. Given the time dilation in the neighborhood of Miller's planet, roughly 15,000 years in Earth time is needed for this leg of the trip. Another three months from Miller's planet back to another IMBH gives a best case scenario of 30,000 years (Earth time) for a trip to Miller's planet and back.
Harvesting machines appear in one scene, suggesting harvest is underway. Corn is not harvested when it is green. The plant has matured and the ears ready for harvest when the stalks and leaves appear dried-out, light brown in color or "dead" in appearance. Also: drought or "dust bowl" conditions would not produce the high stalks and robust rows of thickly-foliaged plants as portrayed in the film. The plants would appear sickly and short.
After Cooper decides he is leaving for the mission, during ascent in the Ranger TARS announces first that he is "beginning roll pro-grade" then goes on to say "prepare for stage 1 separation... Stage 1... there it is, Mach 1." Instead TARS should have announced reaching Mach 1 long before Stage 1 separation. At this point in the ascent by the time the first stage is depleted they would already be going much faster than Mach 1, around 2,300 m/s which is closer to Mach 7. This is possible because as the vehicle gains altitude, air density drops, reducing aerodynamic drag and increasing terminal velocity, allowing the vehicle to go much faster than possible at sea level. The Apollo program utilized its first two stages this way: the first main ascent stage (S-IC) was capable of reaching the edge of the upper atmosphere, but at this point the vehicle would still reenter as it does not have the necessary horizontal velocity to achieve a full orbit. The second stage (S-II) would then be activated to build the horizontal velocity needed to achieve LEO (Low Earth Orbit). Staging is done this way on purpose (using maths) and is very important to save fuel, possibly the most important resource in space besides life support itself. In the movie, the rocket they show used to launch the Ranger is very reminiscent of the first two stages of the Saturn V (Apollo vehicle) with a Ranger attached on top. No operational launch vehicle has ever surpassed the Saturn V in height, weight, total impulse, or payload capability. As this is NASA and not a private space firm doing these missions, it is safe to assume they would re-use effective & proven older designs with slight modifications (payload is now a Ranger) to perform these missions, especially to save on time and development costs. Saturn V and Apollo program details per Wikipedia, knowledge of it per KSP and FAR.
After the explosion caused by Dr Mann's actions Cooper attempts to dock the Lander he's in to the spinning Endurance. We see in the previous scenes large sections of endurance are lost as clouds of debris. The 12 sections of endurance are now only 11. As a result Endurance's centre of gravity would be shifted away from the lost section. Making this would make docking impossible as the dock on the Lander would be spinning at its centre and Endurance's dock will be spinning with a large offset.
During the emergency attempt to dock with the spinning Endurance, CASE informs Cooper that the Endurance is hitting the stratosphere of the planet below, with Brand adding that the Endurance has no heat shield. Since the atmosphere is apparently dense enough to support "frozen clouds" (sic), the Endurance would have long burned up before ever coming close to the stratosphere.
After the failed docking attempt on the Endurance most of the debris falling off goes to the right of the screen in a straight line. As the debris is coming from a spinning object the debris should keep the momentum coming away from the ship in an outwardly growing spiral. Soon after it seems that debris seems to float in front of the spinning camera. From this perspective the debris should be travelling away from the centre of the ship. Or travelling in a circle to match the earth behind.
At 0:18:20 when they're leaving the car and rushing straight to the entrance door because of the dust storm suddenly there is another person helping them enter the building. But he didn't follow them inside he just walks away to the left side of the house.
According to the exterior views of the Endurance, the individual modules would have very high ceilings. To move between them you would have to climb a ladder and then crawl through a tunnel and climb back down a ladder.This is not reflected in any of the scenes we see inside the Endurance.
When Dr. Mann attempts to open the airlock of the Ranger he is on while attempting to enter into the Endurance, there would be basic mechanical, electrical and electronic interlocks preventing him from opening the outer hatch of the airlock while there is still atmosphere in the airlock and there is an imperfect mating of the docking mechanisms. This basic component of airlocks became standard in the 20th century.
NASA would need the help of significant industrial might in order to build the Endeavor and the other spacecraft needed the Lazarus missions. Yet all indications are most of Earth's industry, especially its high tech industry is no longer operating by 2074 as shown by everyone driving vehicles that are at least 60 years old and the old drone that Cooper and his family saw crash near their home.
When Cooper has to reset all the automatic farm machines' GPS, this indicates that some agency, normally NASA, has been maintaining and replacing the GPS satellites as needed at a time when NASA is supposedly shut down and no longer existing. We know that NASA still exists, but is keeping its existence secret, so theoretically, it shouldn't be launching GPS satellites every so often. Indications are that most industry in the world has ground to a halt as well, shown by all the vehicles that are by this date, several many decades old, so there wouldn't be much of a high tech industry available to build new GPS satellites.
After Dr. Mann blows up part of Endurance and sends it spinning, Cooper must match its spin by spinning the shuttle to dock with it. Both Cooper and Dr.Brand can be seen leaning toward the right when the shuttle starts to spin. They return to the upright position when the shuttle has successfully docked with Endurance and both stopped spinning by using the shuttle's retro-thrusters. When the shuttle and Endurance spin at the same speed, they are both in a uniform circular motion, so the only force felt by Cooper and Dr. Brand should be the centripetal force pointing towards the spinning axis, which is behind their seats. They should only feel tangential acceleration that can rotate their seats when the circular motion is not uniform (i.e. when the shuttle spins up and the shuttle plus Endurance slow down). The correct reaction should be: they lean to the right when the shuttle spins up, return to the upright position when the RPM matches, then lean to the left when they slow down, and finally return to the upright position when Endurance stops spinning.
After waking up on Cooper Station, Cooper walks by a memorial monument which lists the names of the Endurance and Lazarus astronauts. Each list is in alphabetical order, but in the Lazarus list Miller's name appears before Mann's.