In reference to sarcasm in another thread, no it is NOT as good as Interstellar. But it was a quite good film for the most part. It actually shares the optimism about the future that is much needed lately, as well as a fairly realistic picture of what science development is like. (Compared to Dr Who, which lately seems to have learned physics from Harry Potter.) I liked the floating wind turbines above San Frantokyo, but I couldn't help wondering what fraction of the public would understand what they were supposed to be. The only big problem for me: Hero's nanobots were so powerful at the beginning that I couldn't help wondering what he even needed to go to college for. It seems they also made some rather huge changed from the comics, so Marvel fans might not be happy.