A magnificent thriller, and one of the most dumbfoundingly impressive technological feats in the 20 years since Jurassic Park put the world on notice about CGI.
–Tim Brayton, Antagony & Ecstasy
[The] director’s last effort was another great science-fiction movie, “Children of Men,” which was borne of ideas. This one celebrates sensation. And it deserves to be one.
-Jeffrey M. Anderson, San Francisco Examiner
to carry sound, No air pressure…No oxygen…
Believe the hype. Gravity, the first film from Alfonso Cuarón since 2006, is one of the best movie going experiences one can have. A total visual spectacle from start to finish, this film will have you holding your breath for entire minutes at a time. Gravity is an intimate story of love and loss set in the most beautifully horrific setting one can imagine: space.
This is a MUST-SEE for anyone with even a passing interest in film, and here’s why:
- A technical marvel and achievement unmatched in film
- Absolutely breathtaking cinematography and effects
- The closest anyone will ever come to actually being in space (outside of attending space camp, maybe?)
- Completely and utterly immersive, you will lose yourself watching this
- The camera hangs on every scene with a very limited amount of cuts, essentially long “tracking shots” in space
- Just as heartfelt and sincere as it is horrifying
- Oscar caliber acting from Bullock and Clooney
- Unquestionably THE best use of 3D we’ve seen in film-making to date
Take it from the master of visual effects technology himself:
“Gravity is the best space movie ever”
See it in 3D, on the biggest screen you can find.