go see it in 3d

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Gravity (2013) - dir. Alfonso Cuaron

Cinematic perfection is a feat achieved so rarely that its a wonder a man like Cuaron can continue to make films that are nothing short of breathtakingly terrific. Gravity is a cinematic achievement, nothing less. The 3D is astounding and cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki has never been better (including Malick's Tree of Life). The two leads, Sandra Bullock and George Clooney, are both superb - though Clooney’s character is far more interesting, so he seems better. What’s most impressive about the film?

You believe it, and, not only that, you believe in it. There’s such honesty and meticulousness paid both to science and moviemaking. It’s farfetched, sure, but so is every other great science fiction film. If I were to get nitpicky (as I have a tendency to do) the only person that didn’t bring their “A” game was Steven Price. The score was borderline brilliant… but the rest of the film was flawless so it still stands out like a sore thumb. Bravo.

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Real talk, though:

I’m going to go see Ghostbusters again.

I dunno when, but sometime next week, probably. Along with Star Trek. Maybe. I might wait to see Star Trek in August. Depends. 

But Ghostbusters was SO GOOD and the ending fight scene was spectacular and I actually want to see this thing in 3D. I’m not going to Jurassic World it, I’m sure, but it’s a near thing.

It’s just…I need to see Chris Hemsworth’s phone antics again.

Also everything about that final battle. And I need to see what Patty and Holtzmann were doing in the background during scenes with other people. Also the music…and the END CREDITS. Gosh, that movie had the most phenomenal end credits of anything I’ve ever seen. 

It was FUN. 

my aunt asked me if i just want to go see it right now………… girl u know i want to go see it now……….. but im waiting. for the 3D showing. at 10 fucking o clock. for you. oh my god dont tempt me im trying so hard not to be a selfish binch