Record-setting 'Gravity' explores faith, shatters cinematic convention

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  • Alfred Phoenix, AZ
    Oct. 8, 2013 1:07 a.m.

    The story line was rather bland... but the cinematography was phenomenal. How did they do that? Certainly not in outer space.

    And why did George have to go sailing off? The guy was tethered.

  • jeanie orem, UT
    Oct. 7, 2013 9:48 p.m.

    That some found faith and others did not is nothing to get annoyed with. Great art speaks differently to each viewer - and in a civil world different perspectives are ok.

    The movie is stunning. My husband invited me to see it with him. I was really wanting something more lighthearted but went anyway and am glad I did.

  • CHS 85 Sandy, UT
    Oct. 7, 2013 8:35 p.m.

    Saw it on Saturday and I thought it was great. I didn't have a a religious experience, but it was certainly suspenseful and entertaining. I'll echo Melanna's comment above. Was I supposed to be looking for religion in it?

  • Melanna Salt Lake City, Utah
    Oct. 7, 2013 8:02 p.m.

    So what is with this desperate need to see religion in a popular culture that so many religious people claim to deplore as pure evil anyway?

  • rvalens2 Burley, ID
    Oct. 7, 2013 5:18 p.m.

    Great special effects, good acting, but the ending left me feeling a little cheated. I wanted to see exactly what happened to Ryan Stone beyond what they showed. Also, they left out details on what happened to Kowalski; that is left entirely to your imagination.