Gravity [Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray] [2013] [Region Free]

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Gravity [Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray] [2013] [Region Free]

Gravity [Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray] [2013] [Region Free]

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One can only assume we'll see another, more decked-out Blu-ray release of Gravity after it (hopefully) wins a truck load of Oscars.

As incredible as the advances in cameras, robots and CGI are and will continue to be, the future of film is still rooted in one of our oldest technologies, the written word, or more to the point, storytelling . Gravity is a nuts-n-bolts story of survival, little more; although small details about past tragedies and present struggles in Stone's life render every inch of her journey more meaningful than the last.Though the track is wonderfully diverse in its use of silence, dynamic range, and blockbuster aggression, I have to ask the folks at Warners one question: 5. In fact, Cuaron made extensive use of long takes, including the first shot in the film that lasts 12 minutes before the first cut.

Needless to say, Emmanuel Lubezki, who works frequently with Cuarón and likewise has an adaptable filmography, nails the negative space as well.From the opening moments, looking down upon the face of Mother Earth as a shuttle approaches from a distance – we are immediately captivated. Not only do we get all those trademark reach-out-and-touch-it moments that viewers appear to have a love/hate relationship with, but the 3D brings life to a place most of us are utterly unfamiliar with: truly affording us a glimpse at the bottomless depth of space. Structurally, the film suffers from repetition in the second half and the finale is somewhat convenient and implausible, however overall it manages to achieve what it sets out to do – giving the viewer a visceral thrill ride and the approximation of an experience one might not otherwise be in a position to have. Finishing a film difficult enough—finishing a 3D film requires a level of synchronicity between all involved that mimics what’s required of rendering a beautiful, believable 3D shot in the first place.

All that I care about is what 'Gravity' was trying to to, and how truly successful it is in achieving those goals. We were able to make narrative use of 3D because Alfonso had integrated 3D with cinematography, visual effects and every other craft department from the outset,” Parks says. As such, this review will contain one quickie (hopefully) zero-spoiler review followed by a more in-depth version that, reader be warned, will dance around mid to later plot points, twists, and setpieces. Sorry I wasn’t implying you were at fault or anything like that - just in case my post came across that way.Discount only applicable on the same day as the screening and cannot be redeemed for another screening or date.

Sandra Bullock and George Clooney, as astronauts Ryan Stone and Matt Kowalski, deliver dreary performances that are, like the film itself, preoccupied with nailing the technicalities of their characters’ profession instead of convincingly presenting roles rich with inner conflicts.The case, housed in a lenticular cover, stacks the Blu-ray 3D and Blu-ray discs on the right, and places the DVD alone on the left.



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