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When can we start to hear more discussions about this movie? It's available to stream now.
I saw it over the summer and thought it was awesome. The 747 crash was easily worth the price of the ticket. You could tell Nolan thought so too, since he shows it 3 times throughout the film. Pretty cool that the concept of the movie made that possible in a way that (sort of) made sense.
Podcasts are so dependent on tone, way more than content (for me.). I hate when it’s just a big group (4 or more) of people shouting at each other.
And there’s something about live podcasts that always turns me off. I’m sure they’re fun to be at, but I immediately delete any live podcast.
And the “Radiotopia” style of overproduction really grates on me.
Just in case A Ron skims through this thread, the fountain in the movie is engineering from the Victorian era (1860s), so it’s not contemporary with the P&P setting. But, it does use gravity based water pressure only, there’s no motor-driven boost. It can get to almost 300 ft high, but that flow rate causes too much wear on the nozzle, so it’s usually decreased. Source, a visit to Chatsworth House and Wikipedia