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Emotional - what I didn't expect.

By Squirrel Dude
Written October 05, 2013
The "Gravity" movie poster reads: 'Don't Let Go!' This movie does it - it draws you in and keeps you on edge. It has one of the smallest casts in a very long time; but it clearly is great. Visually, of course, it's fine. The story is simple, and I was surprised that it has an emotional pull throughout. The musical score fits well, too. P.S.: Because the film is only an hour-and-a-half; there must have been 10 or more trailers shown first!
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Worth the time

By denver_fan_332
Written February 02, 2014
Saw this in RPX, definitely worth it. I didn't expect much from the previews I had seen but left the theater feeling great. No I didn't kiss the ground of the parking lot, but there is a story of fighting against yourself and surviving.
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She found God

By Judy873
Written March 06, 2015
I thought that this would be the scariest movie of all time, but I like it. Implausible plot unless you believe in miracles. She says at one point that she does not believe in God. Yet at the end her words are Thank You! Do you for one minute think that was not directed at God?
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...and I had SUCH high hopes!

By malc818
Written March 06, 2015
Hmmm...How to describe my opinion? how about cheesy, mindless & boring? I really, really wanted to like this movie because I'm a Bullock and Clooney fan, but WOW, such a letdown...After reading PAGES of rave reviews, including 2 FULL pages in the Wall Street Journal touting Gravity as 'possibly the best movie of all time", I fully expected heart-stopping action & Oscar-worthy acting...uh uh, didn't happen...George looked as if he was on the verge of cracking up laughing in some of the scenes & Sandra B? Well, much as I like her, the girl just can't do justice to a dramatic script & should stick to rom-coms (tho she IS getting a little long in the tooth for those engenue roles).producing/directing & raising little Louis...Sorry, Sandy & George, I know my opinion will crush you, but you can console yourselves with the millions you'll make from this "hit"...oh, just an observation--when the movie ended, the audience was absolutely silent (not the reaction of a wowed crowd)...
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bathroom break

By ob606
Written March 06, 2015
First time in my 53 years I left a movie for a bathroom break. The suspense was relentless which I needed a break from. NOt in a good way. There really is no story. The visual effects are great but still needs some kind of story. There really is not story. The ending was just stupid. First time I came out of a movie wanting my money back. Everyone else coming out felt the same way.
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