Inevitably, when a new space-set film or TV series arrives, there are a ton of scientists and other folks that want to critique the project based on its scientific accuracy. Sometimes, this is a valid thing to look at, especially when you’re talking about a feature like “The Martian
,” where the science is at the forefront of the story. But in James Gray
’s space drama, “Ad Astra
,” if you’re worried about the physics shown on screen, the filmmaker thinks you’re missing the point.
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’: James Gray Doesn’t Have Time For Your Science-Based Criticisms Of The Space Drama at The Playlist.