There's a lot going on in Interstellar - from the story about a father and daughter to a journey which crosses space and time.
And I loved the scope of the film, even if it fairly quickly gets to a point where the science of it isn't that important. But it was all thought through by various people who are much more intelligent than I am, people who live and breathe the world of theoretical physics.
So lets hear from the marvellouslyaccessible Neil deGrasse Tyson as he breaks down some of the ideas which are put forward by the ending of Interstellar.
THERE ARE DEFINITELY SPOILERS HERE IF YOU HAVEN'T SEEN THE FILM.
Personally I thought Christoper Nolan et all did a great job of either making the science accessible in Interstellar or - as deGrasse Tyson says - just running with it. At a certain point, the film becomes about more than science anyway and even though many people are having issues with the direction the film takes you can't fault Nolan's ambition.
Interstellar is in cinemas now. See it on the largest screen you can!