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Gravity

I had the pleasure (and terror) of seeing the new movie Gravity. I also saw it in 3D, on an IMAX screen, and the experience might be enough to cause heart failure in those with frail constitutions. You can already read all about Gravity in other reviews, but let me say that it was the most purely enthralling cinematic experience I've had in a long time. At some point fairly early on in the movie you realize that all the scientific rules you learned in school about angular momentum and life in zero G, you never REALLY absorbed. You never REALLY understood the total lack of control one has in a frictionless, gravity-less void. (Read more »)

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