The Internet is a minefield of terrible grammar. Each week, Someecards' resident English teacher Matt Cheplic is here to clear the mines—or die trying.
Some people have remarked that Interstellar is difficult to follow. But if you don't scrutinize its intersection of astrophysics and metaphysics too closely, and if you accept that Matthew McConaughey just doesn't want to move his jaw while delivering most of his lines, the storytelling is pretty lucid for long stretches.
Which is more than I can say for this comment about the film by a disappointed, grammatically challenged Netflix user:
I'm not sure the issue is relevant to a criticism of Interstellar, but I agree that it's a total waste to be a teetotaler; there is simply too much quality wine and beer out there to experience (and I'd add that a little buzz makes the visual effects sequences in the movie that much prettier). Yes, the spelling is way off, and there should be more words in that phrase, but I can't argue with the sentiment.Set 'em up, bartender!