• Released
  • October 4, 2013
  • (Special shows Thurs Oct 3 in select theaters)
  • PG-13 , 1 hr 31 min
  • 3D
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Strong performance

By kmrportera
Written August 28, 2015
To be able to do a movie with only 2 actors is impressive. She is real and of course he is comical.
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Gravity is a nail biter

By sstarer
Written October 07, 2013
Loved the story, loved the acting, loved the effects. I was on the edge of my seat from five minutes in. Gravity is my candidate for best picture, Sandra Bullock for best actress, George Clooney for best supporting actor. It wins best cinematography and best special effects hands down. And Alfonso Cuarón for best director. Seen in IMAX 3D, it knock your socks off. What was really great about it was it's plausibility. This wasn't a science fiction movie. This is a must see movie.
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Oscar acting for Sandra Bullock

By minnie_huntingtonbeach
Written October 20, 2013
Even the most fabulous special effects overflowing in this movie could not dim the light of Sandra Bullock's acting ability. Unlike James Cameron's blue people with tails which lacked a storyline and script, Gravity was the complete package. Our party agreed we felt as if we were in space. Phenomenal special effects - there was no sense of being casual bystanders. Clooney provided the light hearted, but deadly in earnest character he can do so well, offsetting Sandra's character's grim outlook.
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By mckenziegin
Written November 30, 2014
A must see movie and it must be seen on IMAX for the full effect. Sandra Bullock was superb; not to leave Clooney out. He was such an asset. He even looked good through his helmet!. Without his humor, the movie would have lacked a great deal. The photography was outstanding! Such a simple, possibly boring subject was directed and performed so well, I couldn't even leave the theater for a second-afraid I'd miss something!
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By mwalter176
Written October 21, 2014
From start to finish it had your attention. I am glad that it was only 90 minutes. I would rather a movie that leaves me wanting more rather than one than wanes and I am wondering when it will end. Gravity doesn't let down for one minute and you don't dare let your eyes leave the screen just in case ...
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