Three sentence movie reviews: Gravity

A very good exercise in remembering to breathe when things are tense, because this whole darn movie is tense so there is a lot of breathing practice.  Excellent acting–it’s not often we get a film where just one woman occupies the screen for the majority of the movie.  This was one of those movies that is just very well done.

Cost:  $8.50
Where watched:  Regal Tigard 11 with mom.

3 thoughts on “Three sentence movie reviews: Gravity”

  1. Oh boy, I've had pretty much zero interest in seeing this film and yet everyone keeps talking about how awesome it is. So then I feel like I should watch it in spite of having no interest in the subject matter. Maybe it'll win Best Picture and I'll have to watch it, haha.

  2. I am glad you enjoyed it. EW says it passes the Bechdel test because of the woman on screen part. They recognize that there are not two women, but the prominence of one made them override the original rule.

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