Christopher Nolan month continues on Cracked Movie Club! In 2014, Matthew McConaughey took to the stars to save his family from a life of eating exclusively corn-based meals. The result was Interstellar, a film that's simultaneously Christopher Nolan's homage to 2001: A Space Odyssey and his own version of a dense sci-fi epic with cool robots.

This week, Tom and Abe are joined by returning guest and recurring master of Cracked podcasts Alex Schmidt as they discuss the incredible lengths Nolan and his crew went to create the effects of Interstellar, the film's themes of time and permanence, and how many times Alex cried while watching the movie.

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