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GRAVITY (A MUST SEE IN 3-D)

GRAVITY (A MUST SEE IN 3-D)

Stratospherically thrilling; ethereal engineering, brilliant writing, astounding acting, gift audiences a visual, visceral extravaganza worthy of the highest accolades; ninety minutes of terrifying isolation, profound silence, crippling suspense, celestial, stunning beauty.

Alfonso and Jonas Cuaron (father/son) with awe- inspiring genius wrote and directed “Gravity”; aided by the Olympian skills of cinematographer, Emanuel Lubezki, “Gravity” outshines any space movie ever to grace the screen; embraced by a world kissed by the blessed few; verifying the presence of a higher power.

In recent years the romance, allure and mystique of the “cosmic age” has waned; scientists have dissected Isaac Newton’s and Albert Einstein’s theories of relativity; bending of space time, attraction of masses; movies have contributed to diminished interest: “2001: A Space Odyssey”, “The Right Stuff”, “Alien” ; “been there, seen that” lackluster mentality; even the remarkable “eye” of the Hubble Telescope, launched in 1990 and its Deep Field discovery of over three thousand galaxies, has lost the shimmer of inspiration.“Gravity” will change one’s perception of “space” and those who float amongst its limitless parameters.

Sandra Bullock as astronaut/scientist “Dr. Ryan Stone” surpasses all expectations; she is stupendous as a woman of superior talents; a survivor of devastation, a metaphor for the strongest steel refined, defined by the hottest flame. Unfathomable, physical stamina and training demanded by the role, garnishes monumental respect and colossal admiration.

George Clooney (his voice informed by the divine) as mission commander “Matt Kowalski” is masterful in coating with levity the most horrifying predicaments; even a space suit could not veil his glorious countenance.

“Gravity” erases the boundaries between outer space and earth; disasters are ubiquitous, inevitable, fated, testing one’s capabilities, endurance;  survival instincts are innate, entombed deep in one’s psyche; the overwhelming will to live will flay insurmountable odds.

“Gravity”  is a luminous “Odyssey” of such majesty, power, that with multiple viewings, another portion of one’s understanding, wisdom will be unmasked.

FIVE STARS!!!!!

For Now……..Peneflix

Stratospherically thrilling; ethereal engineering, brilliant writing, astounding acting, gift audiences a visual, visceral extravaganza worthy of the highest accolades; ninety minutes of terrifying isolation, profound silence, crippling suspense, celestial, stunning beauty. Alfonso and Jonas Cuaron (father/son) with awe- inspiring genius wrote and directed “Gravity”; aided by the Olympian skills of cinematographer, Emanuel Lubezki, “Gravity” outshines …

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  1. As yoi know, Jodan and I are not movie goers. However, we will go to see your 5 star recommondation! We always appreciate your well reseached suggestions!! :-) J&S <3

    • THANKS, DEAR SHEILA. CANNOT WAIT TO HEAR/SEE THE REVIEWS OF YOUR NEW YORK DEBUT OF “PRINCESS SHAYNA”. THRILLED FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY, P.

  2. Your review of Gravity left me breathless and cannot wait to see it…….

  3. I may be the only one on this review site but people were walking out muttering the same things I was, that was not a great movie. The cliche’s were just short of the sleeping prison guard wearing his huge key ring on his belt so the prisoners could escape… It is maddening that the directors don’t incorporate common sense into movies. If someone is dying or in fear of dying, survival instincts click in and speed is of the essance if your oxegen supply is out. Clooney tells her to conserve air and “sip not gulp” then proceeds to make her talk? Then they are outside the capsule and now in extreme need to get in and she lingers outside while they decide to chat more?? Then again she is unbolting the parachute and “accidentally” loses the wrench… When will directors or writers make scenes like that believable? The wrench could have slipped off the bolt that was too tight (believable) They could have gotten to the air lock just in time rather than had a conversation outside after she was red-lined for oxygen before they even got to the space station. Small things make a big difference between believable and a great movie to just great cinematography and a good movie.

    • APPRECIATE YOUR IN-DEPTH COMMENTS AND THE TIME YOU TOOK TO WRITE THEM! MOVIES, LIKE MARKETS, SPEAK TO INDIVIDUALS IN DIFFERENT DIALOGUES. “GRAVITY” TRANSPORTED ME; AND NEVER TOOK OFF THE GROUND FOR YOU! THANK YOU, P.

  4. I’m looking forward to seeing this film. I can’t imagine how filming it must have been for the actors, but from what I’ve heard, it was just short of maddening for Sandra Bullock.

  5. Great site — well designed. [My information systems’ emphasis was in Design]. Thank you for posting this information.

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