Yeah I wanna fucking die the anxiety killed me. It’s empowering, heartbreaking and fucking scary to watch this film but I loved it. Also I loved that they used space as a metaphor for feeling lost in life. Every little thing she had to get through to get back to Earth really felt like what a person has to do to get through every day. A fight with their mind.
I've never left the movie theater until the credits roll. NEVER. Until this one. I felt it was an excuse to watch Sandra Bullock floating around in underwear... I get it, I get it, visually gorgeous! but it wouldn't have hurt anyone to put the same effort on the script.
Waited years to see this one. I'm very surprised by all the negative comments in here. The dialogue is minimalistic, in every sense of the word. Even corny at times. But the spectacle is so enthralling, the themes explored (adversity, letting go, spirituality, rebirth) are so vibrant throughout the 90 minutes that it completely demolish the arguments of shalowness. The music score is a masterpiece, so is this film.
More of an action movie than a thriller, Gravity lacks enough suspense expected of a movie about being stuck in space! I'm left dumbfounded by the choice of astronauts; the lack of training is nowhere near Watney-level style of survival - see The Martian instead. Bullock is interesting enough, but the script dialogue doesn't leave enough impact as the film ends.