Jeremy of The Daily Rotation wrote, "Christopher Nolan returns to the sci-fi genre once again, after completing his Dark Knight trilogy. Last time he gave us something original, we all ended up leaving the theater amazed and in a state of shock as Inception changed the filmmaking game yet again. Now, Nolan returns with Interstellar — a much more ambitious effort that attempts to make bold strokes, but comes up a bit messier than one might expect. It’s not that Interstellar isn’t good — in fact, it’s actually really great in some areas, but it’s also a bit sloppy in its execution and comes up a little short when being compared to 2001: A Space Odyssey and other all-time classic pieces of science fiction. Interstellar is challenging, brave and very honest filmmaking that occasionally shambles under its own built up pressure."