Gravity

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Gravity

Postby Gavin » 18 Nov 2013, 14:35

This was one of the most incredible films I've ever seen (in a good sense - it was actually very realistic scientifically!). I think it set a new benchmark for film-making, really. It's more of an "experience" (especially in 3D at the cinema), unlike any other film, though perhaps closest to 2001. Okay, it was slightly feminist, but that seems unavoidable in Hollywood at the moment - still very highly recommended...
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