Tuesday, 24 December 2013


When Star Wars, Titanic and Avatar came by in their respective years, the audience were left speechless, not because of their out-of-the-ordinary story line, but because of the sheer magnitude which went behind the movie production and the output that set it apart from its predecessors.

  And Now, Gravity comes with that very package where we are forced to wonder if the production actually took place on earth. This movie is unlike anything you have ever seen previously and the reason is that, the movie does not take place in space, but rather takes you to space. That Feel. It is visually breathtaking and at times, you will be itching to jump out of your seat and catch onto a handle bar of a drifting satellite that Sandra Bullock is so desperately trying to hold onto.
  And you will be sorely mistaken if you presume this as one of those 'slow, critically acclaimed, well shot movies', it is rather a fast paced movie with edge of the seat screenplay writing which is peppered with some crisp and deep dialogues from George Clooney and Sandra Bullock who turn out to be like the shining jewels of a beautiful crown.
  Such movies, come once in a decade. And trust me completely, this one time, if I say "DO NOT MISS THIS". Alfonso Curon, for me, now takes his place among Christopher Nolan, Spielberg and James Cameron.
PS: For those living in hyderabad, if possible, watch it in Prasads Screen-4. It has got Dolby Atmos and it more than lives up to the hype around it.

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