You can’t argue that Interstellar isn’t a technical marvel and a joy to watch on the big screen, but the film is narratively empty. It poses a lot of questions, but they vary from interesting to laugh out loud silly. The movie will have a lot of buzz due to the name of the director attached, but this could be the man’s first truly average movie. It’s not atrocious, but it’s not outstanding either. It aims high and it should be applauded for trying, but it never reaches its lofty goals. Interstellar is the cinematic equivalent to being in the company of a sharply dressed person who has very little to say – there is only so much you can talk about their nice suit before the conversation runs dry.