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[Gravity] wants to bring me down
So there's this movie opening tomorrow
It seems to be kind of a big deal
If the film past is dead, Gravity shows us the glory of cinema's future. It thrills on so many levels. And because Cuarón is a movie visionary of the highest order, you truly can't beat the view.
New York Times
In a little more than 90 minutes [it] rewrites the rules of cinema as we have known them.
As the credits roll, you may find yourself thinking about real space launches you've watched, or watching man walk on the moon, and remembering that feeling of awe at how man ever developed the technology to explore space in the first place.
Even curmudgeonly old Rex Reed likes it!
As a matter of fact, it's currently sitting at 100% among top critics on Rotten Tomatoes with over 30 reviews, the first film in recent years I can think of to get this type of universal praise.
Here's the part of the OP where I'd usually copy/paste a quick synopsis, but the truth is that the trailers do very little to convey what Gravity is about, and I'd prefer to be kept in the dark before I go in. I did want a place to talk about it after the fact with heavy spoiler tags, though.
Have one of those beautifully shot trailers and let's talk about this film which hits theaters tomorrow.