Don't Let Go
- "Look how pretty the Earth is from up here"
- Realistic bits - (audio through helmets, floating in zero G, space debris = bad)
- Action segments are pretty intense considering it's a couple of people floating in space
- Fits the perfect time-slot: doesn't feel too long, doesn't feel too short
- 3D available (not in the copy I watched of course, go figure)
- The fifth time of "Look how pretty the Earth is from up here"
- Humanizing solo parts (No, you can't make me like Sandra's character. She's the worst astronaut ever, and no amount of forced backstory is going to change that)
- Aforementioned humanizing parts cause large chunks of essentially monologues while floating in space (not the most exciting thing to watch)
- Rather uneven flow (slow parts tend to be longer than the hectic tensions of the action parts)
- "Yep. That part was made to be 3D." (Could count as positive if watching 3D version)
Pretty alright movie. I certainly have gripes with it in a few parts where it seems to forget it's going for realism (why does only one person in this scene have any gravity applied to them?), and although Bullock is a good actor, there's a few scenes that bored me to tears watching it. I can see where it would be great to see in 3D (although did not myself), but overall feel that everyone that's hyped this movie has (for me personally) overhyped it.