Gravity (2013) Rated PG-13

GravityA medical engineer and an astronaut work together to survive after an accident leaves them adrift in orbit. Starring Sandra Bullock, George Clooney, Ed Harris

I have to say that the visual effects in this film is what give it nominations for awards. I would even say Sandra Bullock’s performance isn’t too shabby either. Yet, thirty minutes into the film I came to the conclusion I had 60 more minutes of the same thing. This is going to be a long film. I will say that even when I thought that the film kept me engaged even when everything that could go wrong did and I always expected the problems to go wrong. Couldn’t one thing happen in the way that it should. Is this really what space travel is consistently correcting the problems. I guess I don’t really want to space travel now, especially if I constantly have to correct the problems to survive. Nevertheless, I do understand that they had an accident that had after effects to the problems. It’s an interesting film and worth a check out.

 

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