Average User Score: 7.8Oct 23, 2013Cinema is the most thrilling and easy art ever, because you can show a picture and at the same time tell a story.
What define a great movie I think this is the question you need to ask you, when you want to go and watch GRAVITY.
If you define great movie by just the quality of the picture, MEN that's the best movie ever!
But if you are not deaf (no offense), you'll define a great movie by the quality of the photography, the way the characters are built, the emotions going thru them, the sensations and the feeling coming from the situations (the music, etc), the story and the message of the movie.
But i'm sorry, here only 1 of these things pull it out [the quality of the picture]. The rest is just lacking so badly.
I wish I could tell how this movie is awesome, but that wouldn't be true... at all.
I'm not going to repeat the lack of acting, the bad characters construction, the over-dramatic clichés (family picture floating around, foetus position floating in space and giant position to stand up at the end of the movie showing up how you can thrive through adversity), the biggest baddest day ever of the unluckiest person (not) on earth; but tell you about the biggest disappointment of this movie...
There's no feelings, not a single moment of emotions from the spectators, no tears coming, no fear and anxiety, you just sit there waiting for something crazier than the last 5 minutes to happen again and again.
I wish I went out of the theater with a little panic attack... but no, I just went back home and wrote this, because I was just disappointed. You can get a 10 better movies with about almost the same subject but way better, form the past 10 years; if you prefer video games go buy MassEffect 2 and just play the first 10 minutes, you'll have a better experience than the 1 hour and 30 minutes of Gravity.
Last words Almost big studios, almost, you'll not get me so easily. Stop trying to refer and count only on award winners.… Expand