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GRAVITY to release tomorrow, review says its ‘One of the Best’,'out of this world’

A lot has been said about the new movie Gravity prior to its release. Its bold, striking visuals along with its sometimes claustrophobic sense of dread are some of the top comments found in early reviews.

There was plenty of star power in the new film Gravity thanks to George Clooney and Sandra Bullock, so it’s not a huge surprise that the flick is being met with some positive reviews from film critics. On Rotten TomatoesGravity has an average rating of 9.1/10 and the TOMATOMETER comes in at a whopping 98 percent.

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Technically this film is a masterpiece. It uses the 3D format in the way it’s meant to be used. Alfonso Cuaron takes you far, far away from earth and succeeds in bringing to the screen exactly what he imagined. He makes sure the film flows naturally and all that the actors need to do is convey the message through their characters.

The two characters, a rookie astronaut Ryan Stone (Sandra Bullock) and a veteran astronaut Matt Kowalski (George Clooney) are on a space walk. The way the film opens, everything seems perfect. It’s so peaceful and calm that you want it to last forever. But once the Russians destroy their aging satellite, the damage starts. It means a storm of debris whipping and taking away everything in it’s path. The two survive the shower but what happens after is for you to experience. There is no way I will spoil this one for you.

The idea of filming Gravity in 3D is more than a mere gimmick. This film reveals imaginative use of the technology to elevate its thriller quotient, duly propped by the most stunning sci-fi camerawork you would have seen in a long time.

The two characters, a rookie astronaut Ryan Stone (Sandra Bullock) and a veteran astronaut Matt Kowalski (George Clooney) are on a space walk. The way the film opens, everything seems perfect. It’s so peaceful and calm that you want it to last forever. But once the Russians destroy their aging satellite, the damage starts. It means a storm of debris whipping and taking away everything in it’s path. The two survive the shower but what happens after is for you to experience. There is no way I will spoil this one for you.

While you are watching the film, you are absolutely a part of it! You are a part of the silence and you relate to what they say. When Matt asks Ryan, what she likes most about space, she says, “the silence”. By then, you are enjoying it too.Apart from the director and the actors, a lot of credit goes to the cinematographers and the VFX team as well, who make the impossible possible.

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