Discussion in 'The Bar' started by wanker, Sep 2, 2013.
Since JFK vowed to put a man on the moon in 1961, space has represented untold possibility, hope and optimism. But once we actually got there, we realized what a terrifying place it can be. An endless void, freezing and/or burning, a place without air or life. But most terrifyingly of all, if you die in space, you die alone: thousands of miles above and away from your loved ones. And more than anything, aren’t we most afraid of dying alone? Alfonso Cuaron seems to think so, as that’s the fear that drives his new film, the extraordinary “Gravity.”
Gravity is so misunderstood
unashamed in its desire to thrill you.
When humans realize that there is nothing in space but a bunch of basic elements and that the true universe is in your mind.....then we will more better type humans.
Plus no fuckin way in hell is it a financially feasable investment at this point
its in 3d..film of the year
I love that song
Gravity is based
I dont think that arm would have thrown her like that when she unhooked from it cuz she was moving at the exact same speed and direction as it was.
Still Children of Men was fuckin awesome so Im betting this will rank
The scientists at NASA developed a lot of technology with commercial benefits. They are a pretty safe bet that we're going to get a nice return on investment.
How do gravity work?
Go to the 15th floor window....
Sandra Bullock was so cute in Demolition Man.
Plus it and Y tu Mama Tambien are like 2 of my favorite movies of infinity