As the title says, I have just watched Interstellar. It's a movie I've been meaning to watch the past 2 years but have never got around to it (my fiancé moaning to me about not watching it was what made me want to watch just so she'd stop moaning) ; it really didn't disappoint, Interstellar is one of those movies that hit me hard, mostly because it perfectly imaged my outlook of our future. For as long as I can remember I've always looked to the stars for answers, my first memory being "why are those milk drops stuck in the sky?" (I really liked milk, not so much anymore) And ever since then I'd always think of our future, I guess the stars really represented the future, bright but pretty dark otherwise the future has filled me with this anger that we have the ability to stop our homes destruction but we don't. (I'm a natural thinker, its what's lead me to my love for astrophysics and my degree in said field.) Anyways, back to the movie, the basic premise being that we have little to no food and all technology is useless because our very survival is in danger; there's no point in relying on tech when we are struggling to provide food on the table. That's when it hit me, the moment that old, British guy said we weren't meant to die here, why the fuck are we dying here in the first place? It entertained the idea that humanity never learned its lesson, and the main character's anger throughout the movie reflected my thoughts exactly. After finishing watching this, I wondered, will humanity have to go through wormholes just to survive? Will we make the mistakes entertained by this fictitious movie? It seems fiction is becoming fact. By 2040 we will be able to sail over the north pole. TL;DR I really liked the movie and it really made me question our future even more than I already have. (if you enjoyed Interstellar, I recommend Before the Flood which is a documentary from not too long ago (a few months?)) So what are your guys thoughts?