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The experience that Gravity brings is incredibly tense, visual and sometimes even borders on being ‘artsy’. If anything, it’s unique

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Gravity

What is it? A survival thriller based on the realistic dangers that Astronauts in space could face should things go awry.

Get ready for the first movie set in space that will truly reverse any childhood aspirations you may have ever had to become an astronaut. Gravity follows two astronauts (Sandra Bullock, George Clooney) who are faced with a catastrophic scenario that has suddenly left massive amounts of lethal debris orbiting the earth. Unlike science fiction, Gravity sticks to the realities of space, where it’s cold, quiet and unbelievably difficult to stay alive.

Thanks to strong performances from the cast and especially some revolutionary camera techniques from director Alfonso Cuarón, Gravity is guaranteed to give you a cinematic experience unlike anything you’ve ever seen. Trust us when we tell you that it needs to be seen on the biggest screen you can muster up, with good sound and is a rare case where we fully recommend that you try and watch in 3D if possible.

The tension in Gravity will have you puckering up your butt on more than one occasion, with one scene leaving me very literally breathless.

Starring: Sandra Bullock, George Clooney, Ed Harris

Director: Alfonso Cuarón

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