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Gravity

(2013)

Rated PG-13 for intense perilous sequences, some disturbing images and brief strong language.

PG-13 In Theaters 10/4/2013 , 90min.
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64%
Viewer score based on 137 ratings
96%
Critic score based on 48 reviews

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March 20, 2014
coburn8632
the critic must have got paid for this one .
March 16, 2014
borinquennative
Fire extinguisher scene,where have I seen that before,,ooh yea,Titan A.E....not very original................
March 16, 2014
bb0515
Let's see, didn't know female astronauts wore mascara on space missions. Clooney horrible as usual..does everything he says have to be hitting on a woman? Don't say it..."You're gonna have to let me go or your not gonna make it" Geeze. Oh, and did Sandra Bullock get a boob job??
March 04, 2014
btkendrat
"Kowalski to Houston do you copy?" Should have been the last line in the movie as Bullock's character Ryan crawled from the waters of rebirth. It is a story of facing one's death lost in space, more than the obvious story of survival. She was the casualty of the expedition explains scientifi errors
March 01, 2014
leonplaxco
Not only was this movie technically incorrect from start to ********** was physically incorrect from start to finish airlock. For example, one door open to space. With no sally port doesn't work that way had equalized pressure. As I said physically incorrect technically incorrect

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Slant Magazine
Alfonso Cuarón's triumph is an invigoratingly clean, elegant display of action choreography, a La Région Centrale you can still take grandma to see. Full Review
Bill Goodykoontz
Arizona Republic
It is a remarkable achievement. Full Review
Bob Mondello
NPR
Cuaron and his son Jonas have felt the need not just to come up with ways to keep the characters talking — there's even a mildly sneery reference to NPR at one point — but to brush in backstory and motivation, quite as if the peril of being isolated in space with a limited supply of oxygen weren't sufficient rationale for the characters' actions. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
The telling of this simple tale of survival required cutting-edge technology, but we don't notice the bells and whistles: They're on hand to immerse us in an unforgettable personal story. Full Review
Eric Kohn
indieWIRE
Gravity lets you visit space without sugarcoating its dangers. It's a brilliant portrait of technology gone wrong that uses it just right. Full Review
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