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Wednesday
Jul242013

Dizzying Second Trailer For 'Gravity'

Some of you may remember Open Water, an indy film released back in 2003.  It was about a married couple stranded alone, just floating out in the ocean.  It had lots of potential to be a taut, unique thriller.  It was also boring as hell, because they never did anything but float.  That seems like it might be what we get into with the upcoming Gravity.  Sure the trailers are awesome, but they don't seem to have much narrative potential.  Check out the second one after the jump.

Freaky, right?  Imagine the thing in 3D.  At the same time, there doesn't seem to be much narrative possibility to it.  I mean, if this film is going to have any real sense of realism, she's dead.  So, did we just see the climax, or is she not even a major character?  We'll just have to wait until the film's October 4 release date to find out.

Gravity stars George Clooney and Sandra Bullock.

Reader Comments (1)

She tries to stabilize, Clooney is still with the station or the shuttle or whatever. They're all still relatively in the same orbit and if Bullock and Clooney ARE separated at this point, Clooney will be back to the point where this collision occurred in another hour and a half. Plenty of time for Bullock to flashback to events and drama building up to this accident and for Clooney to move up to Bullock's level with the EVA pack and grab her. "Open Water" didn't know if it wanted to be a found footage movie or a verite' thriller. "Gravity" looks like ALL thriller.

Wednesday, July 24, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJ.Bradley

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