Watching episode three of DC prequel show Krypton on E4 where Adam Strange and Seg are discussing one of Braniac’s probes with Grandpa El Hologram. A niggling thought scratches at the back of my mind.
According to this article on Android Authority, it seems like Google is giving out digital copies of Gravity on the Google Play app for some lucky users. Not sure how this is being decided, but after reading about it, I checked the app on my phone and there it was, free to add to my library, which I immediately did. …
8 minutes or so into Pocahontas (because the first seven minutes are exclusively about how awesome John Smith is), the title character takes a dramatic dive off a cliff.
This Sunday, all the people in the entire world will throw little parties where everybody watches the Oscars together. It's literally the only thing that anybody will be doing. So if watching the Academy Awards is the baseline, how can you possibly feel like your party is better than anybody else's? Perhaps by…
Leigh Lahav's cartoons are always amazing! Here is her silly look at Gravity, spoilers included of course. Not sure George Clooney looks like George Clooney though... The video is her entry for the Jameson Empire Done in 60 Seconds 2014. http://www.jamesonempirediss.com/ I am not sure if that is something you can…
Sorry for the cheesy title, but I finally got around to watching the most talked about movie of the year: Gravity, IN 3D!!! And my god, it is the cinematic experience of the year.
The newly arrived Progress resupply craft brought updated emergency procedure manuals to the International Space Station. Insert your own Gravity joke.
Just got back from viewing Gravity. What an intense movie. It might mean that we can have nice things.
That's the only cat picture. Honest. There are no more after that. There are, however, lots of words about a film which only released recently, so if you haven't seen it, bookmark this for later.
Once again I’m overthinking a movie. This time it’s Gravity, a movie that appealed to the little boy in me who read young adult science fiction and still wants to be an astronaut. There will be major spoilers ahead. And now… let’s light this candle!
So Gravity seems to be a commercial and critical success. Will we get more smart SciFi?
First off, it looks like maybe we can have nice things - Sandra Bullock-George Clooney’s ‘Gravity’ Soars to Record $55M Box-Office Blast-Off. Now to my thoughts. Spoilers ahead.
Space is disease and danger, wrapped in darkness and silence.
I won't be able to see Gravity until Sunday at least. I'm heading out of town today to visit a jobsite and won't be back until Saturday night. I'll be with the bosses the whole time so I can't sneak away to see it. This is one of the few movies I've been looking forward to seeing in a theater.
Goes through the extended trailer for Gravity and rates it's accuracy and realism in this fascinating ArsTechnica article.
So I'm currently writing a story where the three main characters trapped on an abandoned alien planet have to visit their last orbiting space station. The Main villain blows it up with them on it because of reasons.