Really? How much time have you got? Bringing in Kip Thorne was a great thing, but it's not just some of the science that Nolan got wrong... There's also cheese galore. "Love is a quantifiable physical force, the one thing that we can feel that transcends time and space"
Oh come on now, that wasn't that bad! I agree it's cheesy but you got to have some of these moments if you're going to appeal to the public. I really don't care as much for inaccuracies. As long as the story keeps you interested in it, then I think the director has done his job. You're being a little over-critical, expecting accuracies in a sci-fi movie
When they bring in Kip Thorne it crosses the boundary of science fiction... They were trying to be as scientifically accurate as possible. This isn't Star Wars; everyone knows that's bullshit. This was supposed to be a cinematic experience never before witnessed. If you watched it in IMAX then it probably was. However, if you're unable to ignore glaringly obvious plot holes and science that was sooo close to being spot on, then you leave with a movie that was not only unrealistic, but also a story I could've explained to a 5 yr old in 30 seconds and he/she would have said "that sounds stupid". They'd be correct. The science didn't make it a bad movie; Nolan's attempt at dumbing down for the audience did.
“A lot of the critical details in the plot were a mishmash of ideas that made no sense,” astronomer Phil Plait wrote at Slate. “And the science. Oh dear. The science.” Neil deGrasse Tyson weighed in on what the epic film got wrong and right. Obviously, Interstellar is a movie, not a three-hour advanced course in astrophysics. There are parts of the film where “the science had to be compromised in order to make a great movie,” Thorne says.
Neither of them are convinced that the interstellar travel of Christopher and Jonathan Nolan’s imagination can happen in the real world. The laws of physics probably forbid wormholes from existing anyway, according to Thorne.
That's my problem... It's not little things here and there. It's giant parts of the entire film.
Personal preferences are fine and good, but who prefers to watch a movie that makes zero sense and whose plot could be explained in a matter of 30 seconds? Find me that person and I'll tell them about the wonders of intergalactic travel via comets... I'm sure they'd enjoy that too! Buffoons