> Haven't heard of any insane outbursts during the screening of the film in
> cinemas...you are alone there, do specify what you mean by 'damaging' if
> you fail to understand my point. The noise control of the film remains
> dividing, but I wouldn't call it damaging or life-threatening.
Ah, I re-read my post on my computer. Sorry for the misunderstanding. When I said 'damaging,' I was not referring to the volume of the ambiance, I should have said "damaging to the music," or something like that. That's why I said that it was a bore to sit through because (a) it's not adding to the thematic narrative (b) it's really not doing anything, it basically acts as filler and (c) it was abused enough in Man of Steel.
Also, for someone who thinks that Interstellar and ASM2 are on opposite ends of a creative spectrum light years apart, I was shocked and puzzled that you think that Tin-Tin is a rip-off of Harry Potter.