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Gravity 2013

A medical engineer and an astronaut work together to survive after a catastrophe destroys their shuttle and leaves them adrift in orbit...

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I was pleasantly surprised by this. I figured this entire movie could be a single scene in a good sci-fi action, but was entertained all the way through.
This is clearly a movie designed to be watched in theatres. Special effects are crazy good and overall it is intense. You can just tell that this movie is much more about the experience than it is about the plot. However, that is its flaw, I found myself very bored watching it here because the plot was not really interesting, and I suppose Sandra Bullock's character came across as untrained and unprepared for a space mission and made my suspension of disbelief kind of fade.
If only I had the big theater effects to distract me from an otherwise boring plot. Fantastic actors though. 7.5/10
Great visuals but I didn't really enjoyed gravity, maybe because I was expecting a sci fi movie, not a love\drama...
The best way to enjoy this movie, ironically, is by forgetting everything you know about gravity.~
This one is more of a tear jerker than sci-fi. Film makers count on peoples inability to be factual once a baby shoe is thrown in with the mix. It's nicely planned boo-hoo film, but it won't be getting a science award for accuracy any time soon...
@KernelKross Ya just checked. You only need a single strand of hair to move in zero gravity. I'll be more surprised if anyone can remain still in zero gravity.
@EthanKant I guess you just don't know the concept of Zero Gravity when you are talking about Athletes and whatnot. From my first reply to you, I literally said I can let him getting caught slide, but what I can't is him drifting away in Zero Gravity after being stopped. - I do hope you can understand this, since I can't think of any way to explain it to you, if you need an extensive information about it, check the wiki.
@KernelKross So can he be caught or not? If he was moving at speed can he overcome the inertia once caught? Your science is all over the place. I don't like this movie as well but your comments are contradicting.
Goalkeeper and athletes routinely catch things we can barely see on TV, ping ping, tennis, soccer and hockey are good example. The ball travels in excess of 100km/h. If we can see it on screen he probably wasn't moving so fast that he couldn't be caught. And once caught he probably couldn't have overcome the inertia to stop moving. You need to be clearer in your comments on what's going on.
@KernelKross Wow you can tell the speed of floating objects visually and I guess goalkeepers nowadays have superpowers. "Falling" in space or newton's first law?
10/10 from me it was an awesome movie loved it. I actually watched this in the movies and it was awesome !