These 14 tweets about Interstellar give the best review we've seen
We have to admit that the science in Interstellar was a bit over our heads in this epic space opera. Luckily, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson is helping to make things a bit clearer.
This tweet is probably some of the best advice ever crammed into 140 characters.
Wait, there is a book to explain the physics in Interstellar? Good to know — we'll add it to our Christmas list.
Here's one way to sum up Interstellar.
Thank you Anne Hathaway and Jessica Chastain for adding the estrogen to this movie!
Proof that Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey still influences all modern sci-fi movies.
Wormholes are theoretically possible, but don't actually exist, as far as scientists know.
Those giant waves terrified us, but maybe if we had an intergalactic surfboard, we'd feel differently.
"Zero G" means zero gravity, or weightlessness.
This next tweet is exactly why you should see Interstellar in an IMAX theater, if possible. It's outrageously beautiful.
Some of us are still trying to figure out Einstein's theory of relativity, so it's good to know Christopher Nolan got it right in the movie.
By "real universe," does Neil deGrasse Tyson mean the one in the movie isn't real?
We were kind of hoping for a robot named Siri, but we get why that might have been a problem.
We agree, it's great to see multiple scientists, both male and female, depicted in movies.
Interstellar is currently playing in theaters.