Gravity – Review

24 Jan

I took my time for this review. I know, we have all talked about it, good and bad things flourished about this film, mainly containing our feelings concerning heavy breathing, but in general we just gave it the necessary attention when it was time.

Huston I have control issues and over attaching tendencies.

Huston I have control issues and over attaching tendencies.

I could not stop but wonder, during the fastest 2 hours I can remember watching Gravity, there is no such thing as a normal life.

Nope, not a chance!

Things will happen to us, all the time, some good, some bad, some we will believe aren’t happening to us, but mostly: we will never be fully prepared for what can happen to us.

All we must master in this roller coaster of a life is the ability to improvise, apply common sense and breathe slowly.

Gravity is an intense, fast and incredibly realistic cinematic display of good acting, writing and directing. it does not feel crowded or far-fetched (much like super hero films, and I love them). A film with our beautiful planet in the background, and the only possible place where we can actually physically leave our troubles behind, but we wont because we suck at life (sometimes).

Other than pointing out that despite the advice of “don’t let go” we should do the opposite, I recommend to everyone who haven’t seen it, to go out and just do.

By LaTrosa

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2 Responses to “Gravity – Review”

  1. thomasjford January 24, 2014 at 4:37 am #

    Amazing film. I’ve been too scared to watch it again at home though in case it isn’t as good as it was in the cinema!

    • LaTrosa January 24, 2014 at 7:22 am #

      Oh it is, you cant escape the sense of urgency.

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