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Old 05-09-2013, 06:44 PM  
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Old 10-05-2013, 01:51 PM   #31
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thats it im seeing it
Your mileage may vary with my "scary" assessment. Space is much more terrifying to me than being pursued by a lunatic killer, say.
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Old 10-05-2013, 02:41 PM   #32
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Was looking for this thread earlier this week. Saw it in digital 3d on Monday. It. Is. Amazing.

Bullock is amazing. Space Danny Ocean was amazing. The movie basically runs a train on your nerves. "Oh you thought that shit was intense? Have some of this!" The 3d works and I don't even like 3d. It isn't lame, but immersive. Best ninety minutes you'll spend in a theater.
So excited to see this on a real IMAX screen at Navy Pier. Best theater I've ever seen for doing a movie like this justice.

I don't know if they use the same 3d tech because I think there are various implementations of it? For example, I saw Avatar at the NP true IMAX and it blew my mind as it had such multiple levels of depth. A couple weeks later while back in KC, I took my parents to it at the Olathe AMC, on their fake IMAX screen, and it was night and day in how the movie was presented.

Where my original viewing literally felt like there were dozens of levels of fields of depth, the fake IMAX digital 3D or whatever they used to project it basically had like 3 fields of depth- close up, foreground, and background.

Like after 15 minutes I was so annoyed and disappointed in the difference between the projected experience I would have walked out if I hadn't taken my parents and that being the reason for going in the first place.

Avatar as a movie is mediocre at best, just in my own personal opinion. It's a reworked but cliche story that you can essentially see 1000x. I don't think I've watched it more than maybe 1 other time after it was released on BR. There are serious scenes that drag on and the flow is stagnant.

Point being, I'm no champion of this movie or some sentimental lull for it. But, I will say my first and only proper viewing of the use and vastness of the 3D will be one of those vivid cinematic experiences I will remember for the rest of my life.
Probably like when people 1st saw their 1st movie or tv program in color, because it took the visceral experience to a new level. Not, in a campy way like previous 3D was and still is used to most jump out at you- just like people have a real dislike for when they used technicolor on the classic b&w movies. Everyone was this odd peach color, and all the men looked like they were wearing makeup with dark red lips?

Cameron's use was to envelope the audience in an immersive environment and draw you in as part of the environment, and it was like stepping inside just past the 4th wall.

Sorry, for the diatribe, and I am super excited to see this movie, as it's also from one of my favorite directors! !!
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Old 10-05-2013, 02:52 PM   #33
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Hahaha......I'd rather watch a killer 90 minute flick than a 2 hour bad one.
I have to agree here.

I watch a shit ton of movies, and love finding great independent flicks, but I'm way more judicious in what I decide to see in the theater- basically reserved for your popcorn flicks where the large screen presentation and eye candy are part of the allure of the movie, or to support highly acclaimed work, both small and bigger budgeted.

My rationale being as studios make less and less films each year, then voting for the continued making or out of the box and truly poignant filmmaking is best done with my dollars.

I got a 80 inch lcd and it's fabulous for watching stuff on, but Gravity, and works like it's brilliant director makes time and time again, are perfect examples of the ideal movie that I'll fork over the premium Imax 3D ticket price for.
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Old 10-05-2013, 03:08 PM   #34
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Scariest movie I've ever seen, maybe. See it in IMAX if you can. Holy shit, that was an intense experience. It is so impressive on a technical level too; I can't even wrap my head around how Cuaron filmed this.
Read a feature on the making of this and all the new techniques used to shoot it and give it that floating feeling and what not.

Alphonso has wanted to make this movie for 6+ years, and was persuaded by David Fincher to table making it, saying at the time he would have to wait 5 years in order for the technology and mechanical feasibility to properly shoot this would be available and even affordable at a big budget film price.

Initially, Robert Downey Jr was cast in Clooney's role, but as his salary per film soared they didn't want to tie up so much of the budget and wanted to use that money on the technical aspects of shooting it right.
I don't know what Clooney got for it, but everyone took a lower fee, and I bet he did it for comparable peanuts, as he seems to have a real thing for the whole epic space film- a La in the 2001 lineage. I just think he's always wanted to be in a space film that is considered a classic.

So far, the buzz is this is the best space genred movie since probably 2001- others may point back to the original Alien, but you're in rarefied air either way if that's your list of contemporary equals.
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Old 10-05-2013, 03:44 PM   #35
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Old 10-05-2013, 04:20 PM   #36
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Just got back from Imax 3D. I wasn't really interested after the trailer because it was hard to tell what story was there with them floating in space. Reviews were great so I gave it a shot.

Definitely worth going to see! Very tense throughout. Great performances and clearly it's visually amazing and has some really well done shots. I'd say it's emotionally draining. When we stood up I was surprised it hadn't even been 2 hours since we sat down.
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Old 10-06-2013, 12:26 AM   #37
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Just got back from Imax 3D. I wasn't really interested after the trailer because it was hard to tell what story was there with them floating in space. Reviews were great so I gave it a shot.

Definitely worth going to see! Very tense throughout. Great performances and clearly it's visually amazing and has some really well done shots. I'd say it's emotionally draining. When we stood up I was surprised it hadn't even been 2 hours since we sat down.
I have the samw thoughts after seeing the trailer. I felt like I had saw the whole movie. A movie about them floating around in space for 2 hrs? But then I saw the reviews
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I saw this movie last night. I absolutely loved it, it was very intense, and I give it my full unqualified recommendation.

You should probably see it in the theater, I'm not sure if it'll be the same at home.
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I can't even wrap my head around how Cuaron filmed this.
This. If there was anything that bumped me or took me out of the movie, it was sheer amazement, thinking "Holy crap, this isn't all special effects. How in the hell did the director do this?"
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The wife and I saw Gravity this morning. Really very good. While it was sufficiently intense, by the comments here I was expecting it to be pretty much a nail biter nonstop, and that wasn't the case. I disagree with underEJ; I felt Cuaron did a great job of giving the audience some breathing room to chill before upping the intensity even more. And I gotta disagree with Reaper16, too. I didn't find it particularly "scary" at all; thrilling, definitely.

And I'm not a Sandra Bullock fan at all. She's generic and better than average on her good days. I've always been very touchy about the fact she has an Oscar for The Blind Side - a role in which she was perfectly fine, but not extraordinary (also worth noting the same year she got a Razzie, the first person to win both Oscar and Razzie in the same year). She was extraordinary in Gravity.
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The wife and I saw Gravity this morning. Really very good. While it was sufficiently intense, by the comments here I was expecting it to be pretty much a nail biter nonstop, and that wasn't the case. I disagree with underEJ; I felt Cuaron did a great job of giving the audience some breathing room to chill before upping the intensity even more. And I gotta disagree with Reaper16, too. I didn't find it particularly "scary" at all; thrilling, definitely.

And I'm not a Sandra Bullock fan at all. She's generic and better than average on her good days. I've always been very touchy about the fact she has an Oscar for The Blind Side - a role in which she was perfectly fine, but not extraordinary (also worth noting the same year she got a Razzie, the first person to win both Oscar and Razzie in the same year). She was extraordinary in Gravity.
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Look at me, I don't know what's fictional and what's real.

Yes, the idea is terrifying. However, the movie is not a horror movie. It's supposed to be intense, thrilling, suspenseful... any of those I'd accept. Scariest movie ever, no.
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Yes, the idea is terrifying. However, the movie is not a horror movie. It's supposed to be intense, thrilling, suspenseful... any of those I'd accept. Scariest movie ever, no.
I agree. Saw Gravity Friday night in IMAX 3D and it is the definition of thriller. The director did a fantastic job of ratcheting up the intensity and then giving the audience some space (pun intended) and let everyone get back to neutral. This is the best movie I've seen in years.
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Yes, the idea is terrifying. However, the movie is not a horror movie. It's supposed to be intense, thrilling, suspenseful... any of those I'd accept. Scariest movie ever, no.
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

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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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