“detached, drifting, I’ve got you.” at 372 miles above Earth, the view is breath taking.
From what I’ve gather after watching four trailers, I’m gathering it was a regular routine mission in that the Space shuttle explorer, plus her crew follow by the leading actors Academy awards winners Sandra Bullock (Doctor Ryan Stone, Mission Specialist) and George Clooney (Matt Kowalski, veteran Astronaut), are doing a just by the book on somewhat repair mission on the Hubble Space telescope, or some satellite that resemble the primary item, the HST.
Along the way there was flying debris that was headed there way, seeming following by a folly of it, hitting shuttle Explorer, one of the crew is hit, while seeming to make way back to the Explorer. Then a colossal of climax of situation arises. Until the HST has been complete ripped apart also the shuttle explorer complete fractured, spinning out of control, until when stone, trying to make repetitive contact with Huston….. Until to no avail, leading them Stone and Kowalski into a massive roller coaster ride of uncertain elements of trying to find self-assistance from the increasing calamity, to the International Space station,also the time is ticking as oxygen time limited hour by hour to seconds left.
the full trailer above.. watch it in HD – 720 or 1080
What struck me the extremely level of graphical of the enviorment also the modelling detail in the film more accurate to than the previous movie, Space Cowboys that featured a space shuttle mission to IKON, an orbital Nuclear warhead launcher platform in a situation to a so call repair mission. The interesting thing is watching it in 3D, in its immersionism
Gravity is directed by an Oscar Nominee from the movie Children of Men Alfonasco Curson
For release dates of film cinemas screenings.. also for more information about Gravity movie’s website from warnerbros. film release date in theaters on fourth October 2013- in USA. also it can be seen in 3D.