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2014-04-02 11:59:00 PM  
Boooooo
 
2014-04-03 12:43:30 AM  
That would have been a better movie. And now I am sad it couldn't be that film.
 
2014-04-03 02:03:51 AM  
So it adds an actual plot to the movie?
 
2014-04-03 05:24:21 AM  
Hell yeah.  Richard Dawson was the awesomest  Superman.
 
2014-04-03 05:26:57 AM  
Cute.

As visually stunning as Gravity was, how long can you listen to Sandra Bullock hyperventilate? Crappy, crappy story.
 
2014-04-03 05:32:37 AM  
hehehehe, thanks for the morning laugh subby!
 
2014-04-03 06:08:40 AM  
2.bp.blogspot.com
 
2014-04-03 06:18:23 AM  
Life has no plot. shiat just happens. Like it did in Gravity.

/I laughed.
 
2014-04-03 07:30:19 AM  
Bonus points for using Christopher Reeve. I am old enough to have seen all the movies, and he is still my favorite. To be fair, I skipped the last one...
 
2014-04-03 07:33:11 AM  

phenn: how long can you listen to Sandra Bullock hyperventilate?


That would largely depend on how naked she is.
 
2014-04-03 07:34:18 AM  

Bob Down: Life has no plot. shiat just happens. Like it did in Gravity.

/I laughed.


Came here to say the same thing.

Life has no plot.  So we invented religion to give it one.
 
2014-04-03 07:43:51 AM  

PooPooUndies: Bonus points for using Christopher Reeve.


There were a few feels.  In addition to being a good Superman (as long as he had a good script) he was generally a fine actor.
 
2014-04-03 07:57:45 AM  
I was amused but that ending sealed it for me.
 
2014-04-03 08:08:29 AM  
What does Tyson have to say about that?
 
2014-04-03 08:27:05 AM  
So it's just as plausible as the rest of the movie?

I want a version where Bullock is digitally replaced with Wile E. Coyote
 
2014-04-03 08:42:40 AM  
I personally enjoyed the SpongeBob "five minutes ago" Hawaiian music.

And Bullock's level of fitness and snug briefs.

As for the rest, it was the same movie as "All is Lost" and about as plausible. "HEY, ALL THE OTHER SPACE STATIONS ARE WITHIN SIGHT AND AT THE SAME ALTITUDE!"
 
2014-04-03 08:59:01 AM  
I just saw the movie (hey, I have young kids), and it was REALLY overrated.  The imagery and the direction was beautiful, but it was standard Hollywood fare everywhere you looked.  Crappy acting, weird plotting and scripting (so tell me why Clooney needed to tell Bullock, an MD, what happens when Co2 levels get too high?), and a godawful, ham-fisted theme of redemption.

The sequence of her assuming the fetal position and then later "learning how to walk again" were just groan worthy.  I hadn't been so irritated by that type of lack of subtlety since Castaway.

\and I'm not even thinking of the scientific silliness--I could deal with that
 
2014-04-03 08:59:49 AM  

Valiente: As for the rest, it was the same movie as "All is Lost" and about as plausible.


All is Lost is a Robert Redford film that was made because Robert Redford was going to be in a film.  I think that's the only reason for its existence.
 
2014-04-03 09:06:05 AM  

Valiente: I personally enjoyed the SpongeBob "five minutes ago" Hawaiian music.

And Bullock's level of fitness and snug briefs.

As for the rest, it was the same movie as "All is Lost" and about as plausible. "HEY, ALL THE OTHER SPACE STATIONS ARE WITHIN SIGHT AND AT THE SAME ALTITUDE!"


I was thinking, "this is 'All is Lost'" almost through the whole movie.  Someone should combine them and make "All is Lost in Space"  so I can not watch it.
 
2014-04-03 09:09:10 AM  

HotWingAgenda: So it adds an actual plot to the movie?


I thought it had too much plot. It should/would have been emotional without the death of her child. It was about survival. It was never about getting back to earth, it was about surviving. You do whatever you have to do to get through the next 5 minutes, then the 5 minutes after that. It's the ultimate lost-at-sea movie, only without the possibility of a passing freighter or rescue plane.
 
2014-04-03 09:09:48 AM  
loved the baseball to the face!!
 
2014-04-03 09:35:51 AM  

whizbangthedirtfarmer: Valiente: As for the rest, it was the same movie as "All is Lost" and about as plausible.

All is Lost is a Robert Redford film that was made because Robert Redford was going to be in a film.  I think that's the only reason for its existence.


Well, it wasn't about emergency preparedness for sailors, I'll tell you that much. Entire websites have been made just to point out the Redford character's appalling farkups in that regard.

In the same sense, the Bullock character seemed woefully undertrained. Nice Pilates, though, but as the female Keanu Reeves, she couldn't convincingly burst into tears if handed a sack of dead kittens.
 
2014-04-03 09:47:41 AM  

allthesametome: Valiente: I personally enjoyed the SpongeBob "five minutes ago" Hawaiian music.

And Bullock's level of fitness and snug briefs.

As for the rest, it was the same movie as "All is Lost" and about as plausible. "HEY, ALL THE OTHER SPACE STATIONS ARE WITHIN SIGHT AND AT THE SAME ALTITUDE!"

I was thinking, "this is 'All is Lost'" almost through the whole movie.  Someone should combine them and make "All is Lost in Space"  so I can not watch it.


"Warning, warning Will Robinson -- alien space debris approaching!"
 
2014-04-03 09:50:13 AM  

RobotSpider: I thought it had too much plot.


would have been a much better movie if everyone just stopped talking

Valiente: the Bullock character seemed woefully undertrained


worse, it sounded like being an astronaut was her fallback career after that stint as a teacher or vet or whatever didn't work out. "man my kid died better get a crap job like hubble maintenance astronaut until i can get my life back together"
 
2014-04-03 09:57:01 AM  

PooPooUndies: Bonus points for using Christopher Reeve. I am old enough to have seen all the movies, and he is still my favorite. To be fair, I skipped the last one...


You didn't miss much, it was . . . uninspiring. Reeve's place in history as the best Superman remains safe and secure.
 
2014-04-03 10:04:03 AM  

sprawl15: RobotSpider: I thought it had too much plot.

would have been a much better movie if everyone just stopped talking

Valiente: the Bullock character seemed woefully undertrained

worse, it sounded like being an astronaut was her fallback career after that stint as a teacher or vet or whatever didn't work out. "man my kid died better get a crap job like hubble maintenance astronaut until i can get my life back together"


I was kind of confused by that part.  She's the crew's medical doctor...so she's doing an EVA to replace circuit boards on the Hubble?  I enjoyed it on Blu-Ray and on my big TV, and I appreciated that it was a brisk 90 minutes, but I'd avoid thinking too deeply about it.
 
2014-04-03 10:28:35 AM  

Sgt Otter: I was kind of confused by that part.  She's the crew's medical doctor...so she's doing an EVA to replace circuit boards on the Hubble?


As I recall from watching the film, she's a medical engineer with a PhD, who had developed a detector of some sort for medical diagnostics that happened to be adaptable to use on the Hubble.

She's not an MD.
 
2014-04-03 10:34:51 AM  

dittybopper: As I recall from watching the film, she's a medical engineer with a PhD, who had developed a detector of some sort for medical diagnostics that happened to be adaptable to use on the Hubble.


she's a hubble phrenologist
 
2014-04-03 10:46:10 AM  

whizbangthedirtfarmer: I just saw the movie (hey, I have young kids), and it was REALLY overrated.  The imagery and the direction was beautiful, but it was standard Hollywood fare everywhere you looked.  Crappy acting, weird plotting and scripting (so tell me why Clooney needed to tell Bullock, an MD, what happens when Co2 levels get too high?), and a godawful, ham-fisted theme of redemption.

The sequence of her assuming the fetal position and then later "learning how to walk again" were just groan worthy.  I hadn't been so irritated by that type of lack of subtlety since Castaway.

\and I'm not even thinking of the scientific silliness--I could deal with that


The scientific silliness is what bugged me the most. I love sci-fi but can't stand it when a movie pretends to be accurate but really isn't.  It's misleading, especially to young ones about what it would be like in space.
 
2014-04-03 11:12:58 AM  
What a boring movie.
 
2014-04-03 11:29:42 AM  
Luckiest guy in the theater was the Astronaut that was killed at the beginning of the movie,
he didn't have to sit thru this boring movie.
 
2014-04-03 11:54:47 AM  
"There's nothing in space to carry sound"
But, But, his cape is flapping ? ?
Love it.
 
2014-04-03 12:05:48 PM  

NTRDR: But, But, his cape is flapping ? ?



[cups hand to ear] What?  I... CAN'T... HEAR... YOU...  There's no sound in space!
 
2014-04-03 12:14:37 PM  

NTRDR: But, But, his cape is flapping ? ?


solar wind
 
2014-04-03 12:29:34 PM  
Jeebus people. Don't be so critical. Enjoy stuff for what it is.
I liked it.
 
2014-04-03 12:40:15 PM  

NTRDR: But, But, his cape is flapping ? ?


That bothered me as a six year old. Sound in space makes more sense because you can think of it as a part of the sound track but Superman's cape fluttering in the breeze of space....then I don't know what a cape would look like in the vacuum of space.
 
2014-04-03 02:29:40 PM  

NTRDR: "There's nothing in space to carry sound"
But, But, his cape is flapping ? ?
Love it.


The cape flap is due to the super-burrito he had for lunch.
 
2014-04-03 02:35:55 PM  
Liked it.  I would watch a feature length movie of superman being a dick to people then taking credit for saving the day.
 
2014-04-03 02:43:07 PM  

solve4x: Liked it.  I would watch a feature length movie of superman being a dick to people then taking credit for saving the day.


sounds like something robot chicken would do
 
2014-04-03 02:46:57 PM  

solve4x: Liked it.  I would watch a feature length movie of superman being a dick to people then taking credit for saving the day.


Well there's the 10 minutes of Superman 3.
 
2014-04-03 03:02:37 PM  

Nothing To See Here: Luckiest guy in the theater was the Astronaut that was killed at the beginning of the movie,
he didn't have to sit thru this boring movie.


It did occur to me that the guy with the brick-sized hole through his head was a screenwriter's sly cameo.
 
2014-04-03 04:45:42 PM  
The cape would flap due to his shoulder movements, and they wouldn't dampen down quite as fast as in air because there's no wind resistance.  And it would trail behind him due to inertia, since he's pulling the cape through space and the cape isn't providing the thrust.
 
2014-04-03 05:47:09 PM  
Just like Sandra, Superman's hair doesn't float in zero gravity.
 
2014-04-03 05:53:36 PM  

Iszael: The cape would flap due to his shoulder movements, and they wouldn't dampen down quite as fast as in air because there's no wind resistance.  And it would trail behind him due to inertia, since he's pulling the cape through space and the cape isn't providing the thrust.



Nah, it flaps like it's in the wind, his shoulders wouldn't do that. In space I think it would look more like hard plastic, nothing to flutter it and it would stay in place.
 
2014-04-03 07:07:53 PM  

SwingingJohnson: Just like Sandra, Superman's hair doesn't float in zero gravity.


Check the movies again. When he reclothes to Superman in the phone booth, he comes out with so much grease/gel/spray/product in that his hair would have come out intact and unharmed had he been on Krypton when it went up.
 
2014-04-03 08:04:22 PM  
Gravity was the most tolerable performance of Sandra Bullock's career. If only because Clooney was there to hand her the lead.
 
2014-04-03 08:21:17 PM  

goatleggedfellow: Gravity was the most tolerable performance of Sandra Bullock's career. If only because Clooney was there to hand her the lead.


(braces for it)

I thought she was cute in Speed. There I said it.
 
2014-04-03 09:17:49 PM  

Mugato: goatleggedfellow: Gravity was the most tolerable performance of Sandra Bullock's career. If only because Clooney was there to hand her the lead.

(braces for it)

I thought she was cute in Speed. There I said it.


Well, if we're counting cute then I'll give her Demolition Man as well.
 
2014-04-03 09:54:21 PM  

whizbangthedirtfarmer:  (so tell me why Clooney needed to tell Bullock, an MD, what happens when Co2 levels get too high?)


So that Neil deGrasse Tyson has something to troll on Twitter.  It's pretty hilarious.
 
2014-04-03 10:47:23 PM  

PoweredByIrony: whizbangthedirtfarmer:  (so tell me why Clooney needed to tell Bullock, an MD, what happens when Co2 levels get too high?)

So that Neil deGrasse Tyson has something to troll on Twitter.  It's pretty hilarious.


When I get panicked about something I forget my own name. It's far fetched that the experienced spacemanout might have to ground the newbie into the basics for a second?
 
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