If you’re unaware this movie has been released in three different formats. 35mm, 70mm, and 4k digital. Not everyone will have the opportunity to see Interstellar the way it was intended to be seen, on 70mm, because of the limited release. With that said, it’s a good movie that you shouldn’t miss.
I wasn’t sure how a movie could really be made for 70mm, it’s been years since I went to an IMAX movie, but it’s true that Interstellar was made for 70mm. I am not typically the person who interrupts the movie experience for others, but I had to point out to my sister as we were watching that for shots where the setting was space the aspect ratio changed and the film would cover the whole screen! It’s an experience that you won’t be able to replicate even in the best home entertainment system.
I won’t spoil any of the plot, because I do think movies are better when you don’t know much going into it. (Hint: Stop watching trailers!) This is a “space movie” worth the time to see, and if you’re lucky enough to be able to see it in 70mm please go. The couple extra dollars is worth it.