• Gravity

  • Gravity is a 2013 science fiction thriller film directed, co-written, and produced by Alfonso Cuarón. It stars Sandra Bullock andGeorge Clooney as astronauts, and sees them stranded in space after the mid-orbit destruction of their space shuttle and their subsequent attempt to return to Earth.

    Cuarón wrote the screenplay with his son Jonás and attempted to develop the film at Universal Pictures. The rights were sold toWarner Bros. Pictures, where the project eventually found traction. David Heyman, who previously worked with Cuarón on Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004), produced the film with him. Gravity was produced entirely in the UK, where the British visual effects company Framestore spent more than three years creating most of the film's visual effects, which comprise over 80 of its 91 minutes.

    Gravity opened the 70th Venice International Film Festival on 28 August 2013 and had its North American premiere three days later at the Telluride Film Festival. It was released to cinemas in the United States and Canada on 4 October 2013. The film was met with near-universal acclaim from critics, who praised Emmanuel Lubezki's cinematography, Steven Price's musical score, Cuarón's direction, Bullock's performance and Framestore's visual effects. It has grossed more than US$716 million worldwide, making it theeighth-highest-grossing film of 2013.

    At the 86th Academy Awards, Gravity received a leading ten nominations—tying with American Hustle (2013)—and won seven, the most for the ceremony, including Best Director for Cuarón, Best Cinematography for Lubezki, Best Visual Effects, and Best Original Score for Price. The film was also awarded six BAFTA Awards, including Outstanding British Film and Best Director, the Golden Globe Award for Best Director, and seven Critics Choice Awards.

  • CAST

    • Sandra Bullock as Dr. Ryan Stone,[4] a medical engineer and mission specialist who is on her first space mission.[5]
    • George Clooney as Lieutenant Matt Kowalski,[4] the commander of the team. Kowalski is a veteran astronaut planning to retire after the Explorer expedition. He enjoys telling stories about himself and joking with his team, and is determined to protect the lives of his fellow astronauts.[6]
    • Ed Harris (voice) as Mission Control in Houston, Texas.[4][7]
    • Orto Ignatiussen (voice) as Aningaaq,[4] a Greenlandic Inuit fisherman who intercepts one of Stone's transmissions. Aningaaq also appears in a self-titled short written and directed by Gravity co-writer Jonás Cuarón, which depicts the conversation between him and Stone from his perspective.[8][9]
    • Phaldut Sharma (voice) as Shariff Dasari,[4] the flight engineer on board the Explorer.[10]
    • Amy Warren (voice) as the captain of Explorer.[4]
    • Basher Savage (voice) as the captain of the International Space Station.[4]


    (From Wikipedia)

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  •     IMDb                                         7.9/10


     Rotten Tomatoes                        97%


     Metacritic                                   96%


    Roger Ebert                                 4/4