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Gravity 3D Movie Review

Updated on April 14, 2015
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Gravity 3D Introduction

Gravity 3D is a science fiction film set in space, with spectacular special effects and cinematography. There are only 2 actors in the film that you actually see, and several voices that you hear. Other than voices of other actors, the only two actors you see in the whole movie are Sandra Bullock and George Clooney. It is not a lengthy movie, and only runs for 90 minutes. The movie has one main plot: that Dr. Ryan Stone, played by Sandra Bullock, and Lieutenant Matt Kowalski, played by George Clooney, survive a mid-orbit destruction of a space shuttle, and make it back to Earth.

Gravity 3D Movie Facts

Movie Release Date: October 4, 2013.

Budget for the movie: 100 million.

Running Time: 90 minutes.


Actors in the Movies:

Dr. Ryan Stone played by Sandra Bullock

Lieutenant Matt Kowalski played by George Clooney

Voice of Mission Control in Houston, Texas played by Ed Harris

Other voices in the movie:

  • Orto Ignatiussen as Aningaaq, a fisherman from Greenland who intercepts a radio transmission
  • Paul Sharma, as Shariff Dasari, a flight engineer on board the Explorer
  • Amy Warren, as the captain of Explorer
  • Basher Savage, as a Russian space station captain

Sandra Bullock
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George Clooney
George Clooney | Source

Gravity 3D Movie Review

What I Liked: The special effects in this movie make it worth watching. What I was amazed about the most was when debris was flying around in space, coming quite close to Dr. Stone, and how realistic is looks. Although it is science fiction, it is very much believable. I would be interested in knowing more about how they filmed the movie.

What I Didn’t Like: The movie starts off while they are in space, with Dr. Stone working on a circuit board in space, and I would have liked it if the first 5 or 10 minutes of the movie was on land, explaining what they were about to do in regards to their mission. Since mostly all of the movie is in space, with only 2 characters, I did feel as though something was missing, and things could have been explained a little further.

My favorite scene in the movie:

I have 2 favorite scenes in the movie, 1 is for the special effects and the other is for the story.

Best scene #1: For special effects, there is a scene where Dr. Stone is trying her best to make her way into the spacecraft but there’s debris flying all around her, and the special effects are extremely realistic, and there are some really close calls. It is a sit at the edge of your seat scene.

Best scene #2: The second scene I liked in regards to the storyline, is when Dr. Stone is inside the spacecraft, very low on fuel, and out of ideas to get back to earth, and then she hears a knock at the window, outside the spacecraft, and it is Lieutenant Matt Kowalski, with a last chance idea on how to get back to earth. In the movie, at first, you really don't know if it is real or a dream.

My least favorite scene in the movie:

My least favorite scene, which is also quite nerve-racking, is after the mid-space destruction, when Dr. Ryan Stone’s safety strap is torn and breaks loose, and she is helplessly floating in space, in dead silence. You can feel how helpless she is, and the feeling of isolation and loneliness.

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