Критике за Gravitacija
Sandra Bullock and George Clooney play astronauts -- a newbie scientist and a veteran cowboy -- who dodge space debris and the usual narrative expectations while coping with a highly compressed series of crises 372 miles above the Earth's surface.
Reel Film Reviews
Directed by Alfonso Cuarón, Gravity follows astronaut Ryan Stone (Sandra Bullock) as she singlehandedly attempts to make her way to safety after her ship is destroyed. There's little doubt that Gravity has its work cut out for it in terms of winning...
An accident caused by a barrage of debris strands Dr. Ryan Stone (Sandra Bullock) and astronaut Matt Kowalsky (George Clooney) in space with little hope of survival. "Gravity" is an intense and compelling thrill ride that feels all too real.
Space has been a favorite frontier of filmmakers since Georges Méliès captivated audiences in 1902 with his silent film, "A Trip to the Moon." The great unknown has served as a backdrop for close encounters, intergalactic wars and the source...
Gravity is more than a movie; it's a genuine, honest-to-goodness, bona fide experience. It's like seeing Raiders of the Lost Ark or Pulp Fiction for the first time, in that the relentlessness and freshness of that experience takes you to a...
Filmed on location in space (not really), “Gravity” takes cinema’s immersive visual experience to ambitious places. This isn’t an astronaut thriller that periodically cuts to nervous family members on the ground or flashback sequences about training.
Remember the poster for “Alien?” “In Space, No One Can Hear You Scream,” it proudly proclaimed. Very true. The world is silent. Unless you’re Dr. Ryan Stone (Bullock), who can’t help but here the incessant chatter of her companion on her space walk...
"At 600 km above the Earth," we're told in the new film Gravity, "There is nothing to carry sound. No air pressure. No oxygen. Life in space is impossible." And yet, there we are.
Just as Stanley Kubrick’s “2001: A Space Odyssey” (1968) broke open the possibilities for depicting outer space in science fiction filmmaking, Alfonso Cuarón’s “Gravity” makes visible a deep space reality that has never before been witnessed by filmgoers.
Gravity is celebrity actors in space. It's routine genre in space. It's country music in space.
Atlantic City Weekly
Gravity truly illustrates the tagline from Alien: “In space no one can hear you scream.” Directed and co-written by Alfonso Cuarón (Y Tu Mamá También, Children of Men), this film combines a breathtaking use of 3D photography, terrifying lost in space...
Ever wondered just how wrong things can go in outer space? Gravity has an answer, and we all owe NASA a huge debt of thanks for limiting it to the realm of fiction for so long. It’s too horrific to ignore and too stark not to carry the sense that this co
A group of kids from Maui were sent to Space Camp in 1989, where they spent a week at the training facility in Huntsville Alabama, learning how to operate spacecraft. I was one of those kids. It was a pivotal event in my young life, as I seriously...
Mark Reviews Movies
The first image we see in Gravity is an absolute stunner, and the film's sights only become more remarkable as it proceeds. The camera hangs suspended, with Earth on the weak side of the screen, looking toward the planet's horizon into the abyss of...
"Gravity" has a heck of a lot going for it. First of all, it's a great survival story. It follows in the footsteps of "Apollo 13," "Cast Away," "The Grey," and many other tales of man (or in this case woman) vs. nature.
JoBlo's Movie Emporium
It's beautiful, it's fun, it's breath-taking, but what GRAVITY really is more than anything else is a pure adrenaline rush. It's a total cliche to call a movie a "roller coaster ride" because no movie ever actually packs in the...
Monsters and Critics
There has never been a film like Gravity. It breaks through conventional Hollywood thinking to reach new heights of artistry through technical know-how.
"Gravity" defies itself. Sandra Bullock and George Clooney play astronauts — a newbie scientist and a veteran cowboy — who dodge space debris and the usual narrative expectations while coping with a highly compressed series of crises 372 miles above...
Sandra Bullock, in the performance of a lifetime, spends most of this wondrous wallop of a movie lost in space, alone where no one can hear her scream. And because director Alfonso Cuarón, a master of pure cinema, puts us right up there with her in...
There's a lot to be worried about right now. Freak storms, E. Coli in the food, the Fukushima-poisoned Pacific Ocean, the entire electorate of the United States waged in an ideological tug of war that has literally shut down the government and...
Gravity sucks! Devoid of atmosphere, character and tension it’s a spectacle that’s as vacuous as the vast, airless ocean that’s its biggest star.
The words “Living in space is impossible” fade from the screen as a spectacular view of the Earth appears. Ryan Stone (Sandra Bullock) is hastily upgrading the Hubble telescope outside of a space shuttle while Matt Kowalski (George Clooney) zips around...
Space. A place where everything is covered with darkness while the stars of the universe shine bright upon us. A place in which we can see the view of our planet and all it's continents with the sun spinning around the orbit.
Susan Granger Entertainment Commentaries
Not since Stanley Kubrick’s “2001: A Space Odyssey” has there been a sci-fi fantasy as thrilling and intensely gripping as Alfonso Cuaron’s “Gravity.”
Matt Kowalski (George Clooney) is set to retire following a distinguished career as a NASA astronaut. The veteran captain is currently in command of his final flight of the Space Shuttle Explorer with a primary mission to replace solar panels on...
At this point you don't need me explaining the awesomeness, beauty, and heart-pounding intensity at work in Gravity. The latest film from masterful director Alfonso Cuarón has been generating tons of buzz, most of it falling into the consensus...
In space, no one can hear you scream. In space, you can also die a lonely, silent death, a fate that is always only moments away in the exhilarating thriller Gravity, which stars Sandra Bullock and George Clooney. Breathless can be used both literally...
The A.V. Club
Of the countless thrillers set in the terrifying vacuum of outer space, how many actually maroon their characters outside in the vast, unforgiving darkness, where the greatest threat to their lives aren’t dog fights or hostile extraterrestrials...
Big Picture Big Sound
How is it possible, in 2013, that 1968's "2001: A Space Odyssey" still stands as one of the best - and most accurate - cinematic depictions of space exploration. With nothing but a heartbeat on the soundtrack, Stanley Kubrick took us where...
GRAVITY is a breath of fresh air. Or, it would be, except it takes place in the vacuum of space. Alfonso Cuarón’s film certainly has plenty of special effects, but they’re in service to the story, not the reason for it. In telling about the crisis...
If ever there was a case to be made for 3-D as a valuable cinematic tool, Alfonso Cuaron has made it. Put alongside Avatar and Hugo (with honorable mentions going to Prometheus and Life of Pi), Gravity shows the power of 3-D when applied effectively...
Movie theaters will talk themselves blue these days trying to convince people to still bother to come out and see films in dark theaters with other people. But all they really need is Gravity, one of the most captivating and essential big-screen...
Eric D. Snider
Seeing “Gravity” is the closest most of us will ever come to knowing what it’s like to be in outer space. In fact, after seeing “Gravity,” I hope I never do experience space firsthand. That place is terrifying.
Sacramento News & Review
In Gravity, Sandra Bullock and George Clooney have the worst day ever in space. It’s hard enough for astronauts to contend with Newton’s laws; these two have to grapple with Murphy’s. Everything that can go wrong does.
In Gravity, George Clooney plays a veteran astronaut who looks amusingly like Buzz Lightyear, and Sandra Bullock is a medical engineer who is taking her first voyage into space and is having a hard time keeping her lunch down.
Space looks like a vast, dark ocean in the new film “Gravity,” with the sparkling blue orb of our planet Earth beckoning the voyagers on that ocean homeward. Co-writer/director Alfonso Cuarón fashions a metaphoric dreamscape that places the small...
If you have been reading movie new and reviews online, you’d probably know by now how everyone is raving about the greatness of Mexican filmmaker Alfonso Cuaron’s latest work. This review will tell you the same thing, but instead of gushing about...
Can they make it home safely after the obliteration of their space shuttle (by debris), no communication with the ground and depleting oxygen reserves?
ไม่น่าเชื่อว่า Gravity จะเป็นอีกหนึ่งสุดเจ๋งประจำปี 2013 นี้ได้ ด้วยเนื้อหาที่ไม่มีอะไรจะเล่ามากไปกว่าการลอยเคว้งคว้างกลางอวกาศ Gravity น่าจะเป็นเพียงหนังที่นำเสนอความตื่นเต้นของภารกิจที่มีความเสี่ยงและหลบหนีไม่ได้แค่อย่างเดียว แต่สิ่งที่มีมากกว่านั้น...
One of the most exhilarating experiences I’ve had in the cinema in recent memory, Gravity made me realise how few and far between the best moments in other event films of late have really been. That’s not because Gravity boasts freaking awesome special...
The old adage goes, ‘They just don’t make ‘em like they used to.’ Alfonso Cuarón‘s Gravity should inspire a rephrasing: ‘They’ve never made anything like this before.’ Truly. Its VFX are bigger than your VFX. Even James Cameron – notorious egomaniac...
ภารกิจการซ่อมฮับเบิลของ 2 นักบินอวกาศ Ryan Stone และ Matt Kowalski ต้องกลายเป็นภารกิจการเอาชีวิตรอดเมื่อดาวเทียมดวงหนึ่งเกิดระเบิดทำให้มีสะเก็ดชิ้นส่วนมากมายกระจายไปทั่วจนทำให้ยานของทั้งคู่ได้รับผลกระทบจนไม่อาจใช้งานได้ แถมสถานการณ์ก็ยิ่งเลวร้ายลง...
เป็นหนังอวกาศที่มีปัญหาทั้งในด้านของการถ่ายทำ และ นักแสดง ที่ต้องคัดเลือกนักแสดงให้มาเล่นกันอย่างยาวนาน แต่ก็ไม่มีใครยอมมาเล่น จนกระทั่งมาลงเอยกับ 2 นักแสดงอย่าง จอร์จ คลูนี่ย์ และ แซนดร้า บูลล็อค ในหนังอวกาศทุนสร้าง 80 ล้านเหรียญ ของผู้กำกับ...
ABC Radio (Australia)
There are few movies you can call breathtaking without fear of contradiction, but the space adventure Gravity is one of them. No film since 2001: a Space Odyssey has given its audience such a sublime sense of the endlessness and loneliness of space.
Special effects cinema has always had the rollercoaster capacity to dazzle and delight, but the astonishing Gravity is a rare example of processor-powered filmmaking that will snatch the air from your lungs and leave you gasping for breath.
‘อวกาศ’ อาจเป็นความฝันในวัยเยาว์ของใครหลายๆ คน… แต่ในความเป็นจริงแล้ว อวกาศ คือสถานที่อันน่าสะพรึงกลัวที่ใครหลายคนหลงลืมไป มันไม่มีทั้งอากาศให้หายใจ ไร้แรงดันอากาศ รังสีมากมาย จนเป็นไปไม่ได้เลยที่คนจะอาศัยอยู่ในอวกาศหากไม่ได้สวมใส่ชุดอวกาศป้องกันตัวเอง!
Alfonso Cuaron's "Gravity" is a 3D science fiction thriller, but not in the conventional sense. With no iota of fantasy in it, the film is simple and engaging to the core and evokes strong polar reactions.
Alfonso Cuarón’s Gravity is nothing if not a technical tour de force, possibly one of the greatest examples in recent years of how far cinematic technology can take us into experiences—both visceral and emotional—that most of us are unlikely to...
One word to describe the Gravity experience - dumbfounded. And that is exactly what it’s like watching the space thriller in 3D – one of the most anxious yet exciting experiences that you will ever get from the big screen.
Shadows on the Wall
Cuaron takes us on a 91-minute thrill ride deploying cutting-edge cinema technology and a harrowing performance from Sandra Bullock to root us in our seats. So even if the plot is rather contrived, the film looks so amazing that we barely breathe as...