Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Gravity premieres in Venice... It's out of this world!

With seven years since Cuaron's last film, the extremely good Children of Men, I was worried that Gravity had the potential to be... bad. My fears are gone, since reviews for his latest seem to be even better than Children of Men!

Robbie Collin, The Telegraph
...With nothingness pressing in on all sides, in a place where the grip of someone else’s hand is all that keeps you from the void, life really does seem like a miracle. (link to review)
Xan Brooks, The Guardian
...Gravity, by the Mexican director Alfonso Cuarón is a brilliantly tense and involving account of two stricken astronauts; a howl in the wilderness that sucks the breath from your lungs... (link to review)

Richard Corliss, Time Magazine
Director Alfonso Cuar‪ón weaves a majestic thriller about astronauts stranded above Earth... (link to review)

Justin Chang, Variety
Alfonso Cuaron's white-knuckle space odyssey restores a sense of wonder, terror and possibility to the bigscreen that should inspire awe among critics and audiences worldwide... (link to review)

I know for sure that I will be checking this film out on Oct. 4th. Can. Not. Wait!

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