How Gravity is. . DON' T LET GO SANDRA BULLOCK (IRVING IN SPACE THE MOVIE FEATU RING BAD PH ASICS EXPERIENCE IT IN ' ED. Everyone complaining about the physics are just people who read what Neil DeGrasse Tyson said and are now acting like the know . Gravity Movie Space
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #5 - randomathon
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Everyone complaining about the physics are just people who read what Neil DeGrasse Tyson said and are now acting like the know ****.
#7 to #5 - Willmooo
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(12/11/2013) [-]
This ^
#9 to #5 - anon id: 549ea785
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Chris Hadfield was thrown out of the theater for heckling the movie
#1 - miwauturu
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(12/11/2013) [-]
I honestly hated this movie.
#2 to #1 - thecaptainhammer
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What didn't you like about it? I haven't seen it yet
#3 to #2 - sprog
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The cinematography is amazing, but the plot is minimal. It's literally Sandra Bullock crying in space.
#4 to #2 - miwauturu
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Okay, so visually, the movie is awe inspiringly beautiful, that much seriously impressed me, and I saw it in the full IMAX 3D experience.

The plotline, however, is terrible. The physics is so borked that it just took me completely out of the movie and, as sprog said, without immersion it's just 91 minutes of Sandra Bullock crying.
#6 to #4 - Willmooo
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See, I disagree
Even though the physics weren't bang on, it wasn't enough to impact the suspension of disbelief.
If you judge every film by the possibility of it taking place in the real world you're gonna limit yourself on what you can enjoy. For instance, The Avengers is a sweet film and it's not like that's particularly realistic
#8 to #6 - miwauturu
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There's a difference between a movie that's making no attempt to be plausible, and one that seems like it's trying its hardest, and failing miserably.

The premise of the movie is the worst contender. The destruction of a single satellite taking out basically every single satellite mankind has in orbit? It's idiotic.

Honestly even were that to happen I'd be more interested in what's happening on Earth, because by the rules this magical cloud of space debris follows, we would be unable to have any satellites in orbit for decades. No GPS, a severely crippled telecommunications system. Weather predictions now becoming basically impossible would cause massive problems too.
#10 to #8 - Willmooo
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It's not entirely implausible, check out Kessler Syndrome, that is basically the exact premise of the film