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Wednesday, October 23, 2013


Am I missing something?

After reading all positive reviews, I finally went to Westgarth.

I have to say, this is the best 3D film I've ever seen, and its visual effects are really astonishing.

Although internet is abuzz with picking up scientific inaccuracies of the film, that doesn't diminish the greatness of this film's technical achievement.

Well, I noticed it myself that Sandra Bullock's hair in the space station shouldn't have been sitting still on her head.

However, no matter how visually stunning this film is, I can't help but feel its plot was too simplistic and predictable, and not deep enough to sustain my interest during the film.

I'm far much more interested in character development and human story than visual sensation.

I'd rather watch a documentary film about astronauts, or Carl Sagan's classic 'Cosmos'.

As much as I admire George Clooney as a fine actor and a film director, I think his role in the film is a miscast.
The moment I saw him in a space suit, I thought this is not so convincing.
Ed Harris would have been better, I guess.

If this technically superb 3D film is in any way the indication of future direction of Hollywood films, I fear there will be lots of computer graphics and not much stories.

I hope it won't happen.

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