Gravity: Official Main Trailer Comments -


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Wiseguy 9/5/2013 2:00:59 PM

I'm there opening night. This looks awesome. But I'm staying away from any further trailers and clips

goirish83 9/5/2013 3:27:13 PM

This looks amazing.  I seriously am beginning to believe that George Clooney cannot make a bad film these days.  He certainly has shed the stink from "Batman & Robin".  When I hear a movie coming out with him attached in any way I get excited because I can expect something very good.  He has this coming out in October, then "Monuments Men" after that, and the cast of that movie is just ridiculous.

Dazzler 9/6/2013 4:18:26 AM

I never trust Clooney movies.  They always end up boring.  Might watch it on cable...maybe.

Whiskeymovie 9/6/2013 6:21:44 AM

 Looks fantastic and everyone is excited for it,,,,that has me worried....

swisshammer 9/6/2013 11:29:52 AM

Are we supposed to believe that they just keep floating up there? The Earth still have a gravitational pull even when you're in outer space. The only reason shuttles don't crash down is that they have reached an escape velocity and equaled the pull of gravity with the centifugal pull of speeding in orbit.

You don't just float up there once you're there. I hope there's an explanation for that in the movie.

CalamityJohnson 9/6/2013 1:30:18 PM

um, yeah, because they are continuing to move away from the earth at an equal level as the pull... that's how satellite and space stations maintain orbit... Just because they leave the space station doesn't mean they have "stopped". That's like saying if i jump out of a moving car going 60 I am not moving at zero miles per hour. Consult the resulting abrasions and lack of skin remaining on your body to understand that your body continued moving at 60 and the friction of skin on assphault caused you to gradually reach zero. In space: no friction. 

jonniej1017 9/9/2013 12:45:56 PM

That looks sick!!  Has anxiety attack written all over it.. LOL

swisshammer 9/16/2013 9:07:23 AM

Calamity: Then how do you explain the shuttle falling to earth? If the debris hit the shuttle hard enough to slow it down, then why do they keep floating when they seem to be going the same speed as the shuttle? It just doesn't sit well with me.

Maybe they'll address it, maybe they won't. But as far as universal physics go, I'm not entirely certain this film is successful in its depiction.

MrJawbreakingEquilibrium 9/27/2013 1:33:51 AM

 Or maybe you have no idea what you're talking about.

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