Contains sustained moderate threat, disturbing images and strong language

About this Film

Sandra Bullock and George Clooney star in cliff-hanging sci-fi thriller 'Gravity' as two astronauts whose worst nightmare comes true.

Stranded outside their stricken craft on a spacewalk with all links to earth severed, they are completely alone and must use their combined experience to save themselves...But with both oxygen and hope dwindling, is the only way to get back to drift further into the abyss?

'Gravity' is directed by Alfonso Cuarón (Children of Men).

ODEON recommends 'Gravity' in RealD 3D. Digital RealD 3D technology brings you a wonderfully immersive experience: stunning 3D imagery and crystal-clear surround sound that puts you right at the heart of the film. Find out more about 3D technology.

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  • Genre
    Drama, Science Fiction, Thriller
  • Cast members
    Sandra Bullock, George Clooney, Basher Savage
  • Running time
    91 minutes
  • Directed by
    Alfonso Cuaron
  • Language


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Reviews in the press

I’m spinning around, move out of my way...

Hollywood is currently serving up a slew of survival stories – though arguably none are more awe-inducing, eye-saucering or nerve-jangling than Alfonso Cuarón’s dizzying space spectacle Gravity. Like the title suggests, this is an astronaut adventure whose pull is hard to resist. By the time 90 stomach-shrinking minutes have elapsed, you’ll feel like you’ve been bumped around the heavens.

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Reviewer: jonvartDate: 2014-04-11

Gravity is technically amazing. The visuals and sound are stunning, however the film suffers due to a weak plot and lacklustre acting. See it but don't rush out to do so.


Reviewer: WhidelPuubahDate: 2014-03-18



Reviewer: CeejayNightwingDate: 2014-03-12

This is a cinematic experience beyond anything I've ever seen. Rich with visual metaphors and narrative focused imagery. A rediscovery for a reason to live found during a fight to survive by learning to "let go". Worth every penny!

Falls Flat

Reviewer: JohnnyBoyDate: 2014-03-06

1. This is NOT Sci-Fi. It has no science fiction in it what so ever. It IS a modern day rescue drama set in the earth's orbit. 2. The special effects are wonderful and deserve every Oscar going. The script, acting and audience engagement are dire.

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