Defender of Truth
- May 30, 2008
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And yet, those 168 scientific mistakes aren't nearly as key to the plot as some of the stuff in Interstellar--and several of the mistakes are made in order to improve the plot, an excuse that Interstellar doesn't have. How many of those 168 are minor? I'm sure if you started nitpicking Interstellar, you'd find quite a few mistakes, too.I still wouldn't consider it fair to compare Interstellar to Armageddon; the latter has 168 scientific mistakes.