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Started by Dr. Pezus, May 25, 2014, 04:14 PM

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Dr. Pezus

I'm not saying your opinion is wrong, but it's wrong!  8)

Kidding, but for me there is just something about it that I can't quite put into words that makes it one of my favorite films.
The atmosphere

Dr. Pezus

The atmosphere
Of which there is none... In space

Legend

Of which there is none... In space
There is atmosphere in space.  :P

Low Earth orbit satellites need to counteract it by firing their thrusters.



Space by most definitions begins at 100 km up yet look at the drag the ISS experiences at 400 km.

Haha on that note, Interstellar with magic bookcases was still more scientifically accurate than Gravity.

BananaKing

There is atmosphere in space.  :P

Low Earth orbit satellites need to counteract it by firing their thrusters.



Space by most definitions begins at 100 km up yet look at the drag the ISS experiences at 400 km.

Haha on that note, Interstellar with magic bookcases was still more scientifically accurate than Gravity.
Who cares? Both movies were flat out fantastic

Legend

Who cares? Both movies were flat out fantastic
I like Gravity a lot. Doesn't mean I can't laugh at its faults.

Xevross

*Both movies were flat out okay to good 8)

I kid, Interstellar is good and gravity is great.

the-pi-guy

And here I felt gravity was terrible.  

Legend

Rented Melancholia. Was pretty good yet weird. Wouldn't recommend but I liked it a lot.

And here I felt gravity was terrible.  
One theory I saw online was that Sandra Bullock hallucinated George Clooney the whole time, not just in the final ship. That would explain him continuously not being helpful haha.

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