Thread: Movies and TV Alfonso Cuarón's "Gravity"
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Old 10-06-2013, 05:22 PM   #45
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look at me i apparently don't experience emotions when watching movies because experiencing anything means that i don't know it is fictional therefore film is purely an intellectual exercise

look at me i didn't read post #31 in this thread
Look at me, I can run a metaphor into the ground.

I saw it when you originally posted it, but forgot about it. Apologies.

And if you don't think I get emotionally vested in movies, you haven't paid any attention to my posts in movie threads. I get very invested emotionally, it's about the only thing I want in a movie - to make me feel something. I'm especially fond of movies that make me sad or particularly angry. In fact, I think you and I have been on the same side of some of those discussions with others.

I didn't find Gravity scary. I did find it intense, thrilling, suspenseful, and at times sad.
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