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Re: Gravity

#171 Post by raj101 » Fri Dec 06, 2013 7:43 pm

am planning to see this again on new years day Wednesday 2 for 1, will be a good movie to kickstart the year.

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Re: Gravity

#172 Post by dabotsonline » Mon Jan 06, 2014 4:27 pm

I thought the cinematography in Gravity was excellent, particularly in IMAX 3D (and DMR / post-converted, at that). Also, the fact that there was a single setting and only one main character seemed quite unusual for me. Can anyone else think of a film like that?

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Re: Gravity

#173 Post by Beate » Tue Jan 07, 2014 1:29 pm

dabotsonline wrote:I thought the cinematography in Gravity was excellent, particularly in IMAX 3D (and DMR / post-converted, at that). Also, the fact that there was a single setting and only one main character seemed quite unusual for me. Can anyone else think of a film like that?
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#174 Post by RAZORBACK » Tue Jan 07, 2014 2:01 pm

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dabotsonline wrote:I thought the cinematography in Gravity was excellent, particularly in IMAX 3D (and DMR / post-converted, at that). Also, the fact that there was a single setting and only one main character seemed quite unusual for me. Can anyone else think of a film like that?
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#175 Post by raj101 » Sun Mar 02, 2014 12:13 pm

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dabotsonline wrote:I thought the cinematography in Gravity was excellent, particularly in IMAX 3D (and DMR / post-converted, at that). Also, the fact that there was a single setting and only one main character seemed quite unusual for me. Can anyone else think of a film like that?
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Re: Gravity

#176 Post by RickyRaj » Tue Jun 02, 2015 12:58 pm

Finally got round to watching this last week and wished I'd watched it in 3D when it was in the cinema. Visually very stunning and the effects were amazing. 9.5/10. Good story and pace too!
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