Great directing, terrific pacing, and two big movie stars on top of their games.
Thursday, 3 October 2013
Drama, Mystery, Science Fiction
Sandra Bullock, George Clooney, Ed Harris
Vasavi said on Wednesday, November 06, 2013 12:53:55 PM
This movie is so well balanced from Sci-Fi to the classical emotions film. Some of the most phenomenal scenes that we have seen of space, movie or Nat-Geo. But, on the other side, heard former expert say that many specifications where wrong from the reality in the Space Station or Space Walks.
Matthew said on Sunday, November 03, 2013 2:00:51 PM
Best movie of the yeah after Spring Breakers! Great review
Frank said on Saturday, November 02, 2013 9:43:20 PM
What in God's name is everyone raving about? This movie is totally implausible. It has a laughable plotline and characters that are not even developed. Can we please have someone from NASA write their review instead of these a** kissing movie critics? Are the movie critics putting on the blinders just because this is a predominately hispanic group of filmakers?
larry said on Saturday, November 02, 2013 12:14:12 AM
what a boring movie this was truly a waste of money. what was the purpose of this movie? I dozed off a couple of times during this one.
Reply from Richard Roeper
What was the PURPOSE of the movie? If you were awake, you might have had a better understanding.
In my experience I've learned it's much better to watch movies with your eyes open.
Rafael said on Friday, October 11, 2013 9:54:22 PM
Loved this movie! But could put it into the Masterpiece group if the writers gave a little more time to the movie to develop the characters so I care more for them specially Clooney. The show of the movie are the impressive special effects and Sandra!
John Walles said on Friday, October 11, 2013 12:52:30 AM
Richard, fabulous special effects don't make a movie. There is no plot. Manic depressive becomes an astronaut, skip hops to two separate space stations, realizes she misses her dead daughter and makes it back alive, alone. Bullock's performance was great, but the plot left me as cold as the space setting.
Calvin said on Sunday, October 06, 2013 4:08:21 PM
Alfonso Cuaron is a brilliant filmmaker whose career maybe as boundless as space itself. Mr. Cuaron has crafted "Gravity" into a spectacular movie-going experience with jaw-dropping special effects and first-rate story-telling precision. That being said, it's actually Sandra Bullock's performance that steals the show. This a powerfully gripping film with Bullock giving one of her finest triumphs as an actor. This is a must-see!!