Rated PG-13 · 91 minutes · 2013

Science fiction, Thriller
Finally, we get a big event movie that delivers the sort of thrills absent from too many large-scale movies promising big things this year. If you put this movie in your face, you are going to have a cinematic trip like no other. This is what going to the movies is supposed to be about. I sound like a movie-critic quote machine, and I don’t care. In her first true-blue science fiction role since Demolition Man, Sandra Bullock puts herself through the ringer as Ryan Stone, an astronaut on her first space shuttle flight. Her mission commander, played by a charismatic and calming George Clooney, ribs her about her upset tummy as he flies around space in a jet pack while she works tirelessly on the Hubble. Space debris comes their way, and an incredible survival story/adventure is underway. Director Alfonso Cuaron has put together something here that will always be remembered and talked about. This is truly a landmark film

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Official Site: gravitymovie.warnerbros.com
Director: Alfonso Cuarón
Producer: Alfonso Cuarón, David Heyman, David Heyman, Chris DeFaria, Nikki Penny and Stephen Jones
Cast: Sandra Bullock, George Clooney, Ed Harris, Orto Ignatiussen, Phaldut Sharma, Amy Warren and Basher Savage


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Colorado Springs Independent Gravity's gravitas lessened by special-effect self-awareness When visual trickery waves its arms and screams at you to pay attention to it, a movie can start to approximate a full-length teaser for a behind-the-scenes DVD featurette. by Scott Renshaw 10/02/2013
The Coast Halifax Gravity Probably made with sorcery. by Jacob Boon 10/03/2013
Arkansas Times 'Gravity' the rare film that's worth the price of an IMAX ticket "Gravity," the worst NASA recruiting video ever conceived, transports the old-fashioned shipwreck tale to low orbit around Earth. by Sam Eifling 10/10/2013
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Indy Week Sandra Bullock and George Clooney in Gravity's wild blue yonder Director Alfonso Cuarón handles mankind's precarious place in the universe with taut aplomb, but Gravity gravitates closer to a heady amusement park ride than the oeuvre of Kubrick and Tarkovsky. by Neil Morris 10/02/2013
Boise Weekly Gravity: Worth the Weight "I appreciate not being in my comfort zone. It unlocks those things that scare you, frustrate you, make you so insecure, and it requires you to dig even deeper." by George Prentice 10/02/2013
Creative Loafing Tampa Gravity will draw you in Sandra Bullock and George Clooney rock it in outer space. by Kevin Tall 10/04/2013
Memphis Flyer Heaven and Hell Gravity and The Act of Killing: the two best films of the year? by Greg Akers 10/10/2013
Chicago Reader Year in review: 2013 at the movies Year in review: J.R. Jones and Ben Sachs each pick their top ten. by J.R. Jones and Ben Sachs 12/24/2013
Chicago Reader In Gravity, George Clooney and Sandra Bullock are lost in space With Gravity, Alfonso Cuaron delivers a philosophical sci-fi drama. by Ben Sachs 10/02/2013
Creative Loafing Atlanta Clooney and Bullock bring gravity to Gravity Star power fuels this thoughtful space adventure by Curt Holman 10/01/2013
Portland Mercury 100 Minutes of Solitude Gravity: a friendly reminder that the universe doesn't care if you live or die. by Erik Henriksen 10/02/2013
East Bay Express Gravity The right stuff. by Kelly Vance 10/04/2013

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