Theatrical Release: November 7, 2014


A group of explorers makes use of a newly-discovered wormhole to surpass the limitations on human space travel and conquer the vast distances involved in an interstellar voyage.

Dove Review

Space travelers unite! Here is a movie that will have you on the edge of … the galaxy. Cooper was trained as an astronaut but now farms with his father-in-law and his two children. They raise corn because it seems to be the only thing that grows these days. If that weren’t bad enough, they are also constantly pummeled with dust storms due to eroding soil conditions.

Cooper’s daughter Murph tells him that the ghost in her room is sending her messages. That is when the adventure to save Earth (or at least it’s population) begins. They find that NASA, which was supposedly dismantled, is operating at a hidden base and that a “wormhole” leads to other planets in another galaxy that may be able to support human life. NASA wants Cooper to head up the mission to investigate these new worlds. Against his daughter’s and family’s wishes, he is off to save mankind. As he travels with a professor’s daughter and two other scientists, Cooper and the group are unaware of the real dangers of the mission.

This is a story that is out of this world and into the next, with believable space scenes, drama, action and adventure. Unfortunately, due to some language that puts it outside our guidelines, Dove cannot approve this film for family viewing.

Content Description

Sex: Couple kiss.
Language: "Smart A*s-4; GD-1; D-2; SOB-1; BS/S-6; F-2, one cut short; H-2, J-1.
Violence: Man is razed; man dies in water; man dies in an explosion; two men fighting; explosion in space.
Drugs: Men drinking beer; man has a drink in hand.
Nudity: None
Other: Family members who have died; space travel through a black hole; parallel dimensions.


Company: Paramount
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 170 min.
Industry Rating: PG-13
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe