Quick Movie Reviews
Logan D. McCoy - wrote on 11/08/2019
"Gravity" is, believe it or not, a very 'Hollywood' version of smart sci-fi. Full of corny lines, schmaltzy drama, and a reliance on star power and impressive technical effects, it nevertheless is an effective thrill ride.
Daniel Corleone - wrote on 10/13/2014
The director seems to be slipping. That or he shouldn't have touched the sci-fi genre. Clooney plays another cool character and Sandra here really put in her A game. Nothing spectacular to view it again and again. It has thematic's of the importance of spending time with loved ones and emptiness of space. Had a couple of tense moments and gorgeous cinematography, other than that ajust another average science fiction movie.
Gabe - wrote on 11/10/2013
A film about overcoming fears and finding your way, both literally and figuratively. Sandra Bullock's character must overcome her fear of living without her child and she must find her way home, from space and from work. Instead of just driving around in circles, she must go home and live her life. Though some thing tragic happened in the past, don't let it define you. One of the few films out there where the 3-D technology really enhances the moviegoing experience. Sandra Bullock gives an Academy worthy performance as an astronaut stuck in space. And George Clooney plays himself, which is always brilliant.
Alex - wrote on 10/20/2013
Overrated. This is a pretty decent movie but it is just simply too unrealistic but it tries to be realistic. It starts off incredible with some great action, some scenes we have never seen before. Then, as the story unravels, it becomes more and more unbelievable. Clooney is superb in the supporting role. There are a few scenes in this movie that are incredible. But, Mission to Mars is better.
CptSpaulding - wrote on 10/11/2013
This film does not convince me. Advise me to see it? I'm not a fan of Clooney.