Into the Universe with Steven Hawking (2010) Blu-ray Movie Review

By on March 18, 2012
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QUOTE: “Combined, the three episodes Aliens, Time Travel and The Story of Everything total just on three hours, but there is rarely a dull moment to be endured. I braced myself for the likelihood that the material would be dry, or just go completely over my head, but I am pleased to say that my [...]

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QUOTE: “Combined, the three episodes Aliens, Time Travel and The Story of Everything total just on three hours, but there is rarely a dull moment to be endured. I braced myself for the likelihood that the material would be dry, or just go completely over my head, but I am pleased to say that my primitive cerebrum handled most of the concepts, even if it did hurt to think so deeply. A mind as complex as Steven Hawking would be relatively difficult to distill to the ordinary lay man, let alone in three brief hours, but Into the Universe is intriguing and thoroughly engrossing.

Whilst the brevity of the series does not allow for much in the way of in-depth (again, in the context of Hawking’s mind), I’d like to think that the series will introduce some to the key concepts which can be expanded upon in Hawking’s further materials, including the bestselling novel “A brief History of Time” should they be willing. I’d certainly like to, but I’m not sure I have the requisite mind to follow through.”

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