Gravity

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  Plot Summary:

A restorative specialist and a space traveler cooperate to make due after a mischance abandons them unfastened in space.

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  Movie Details:

Duration: 91m

Year: 2013
MPAA Rating: Rated PG-13
Language: English
Release Date: 4 October 2013

  Gravity Trailer #1:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OiTiKOy59o4

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  Movie Trivia

In 2014/2015, bio-medicinal architect Dr. Ryan Stone (Sandra Bullock) is a Mission Specialist on her first space carry mission, STS-157. She is on a spacewalk repairing a board on the Hubble Space Telescope, joined by veteran space traveler Matt Kowalski (George Clooney), who is summoning his last endeavor. Mission Control (voice of Ed Harris) all of a sudden trains them to prematurely end their spacewalk and come back to the STS. Houston lets them know that flotsam and jetsam from a Russian rocket strike on a dead satellite has brought about a chain response, pulverizing different satellites, and a tremendous garbage field is heading comfortable. Inside a few minutes, they lose contact with Mission Control, however Stone and Kowalski keep on transmitting “in the visually impaired”, trusting that the ground group can hear them.

 

Fast flotsam and jetsam strike the STS, sending it turning uncontrollably, with Stone toward the end of the blast arm. A bit of garbage severs the robot arm from the STS, and Stone is compelled to discharge the tie holding her to the robot arm. When free, she is tossed a long way from the STS. Stone frenzies, attempting to contact Houston or Kowalski. Kowalski, who is wearing a thruster pack, abruptly shows up and joins her tie to him. He flies them back to the STS; in transit they discover the architect Shariff (Phaldut Sharma), his cap crushed and his skull for the most part open and exhaust. They find that the STS Explorer has been calamitously harmed. The van’s inside has been tore open by flotsam and jetsam and the rest of group are dead. Kowalski chooses to utilize the thruster pack to get to the International Space Station (ISS), which is in circle around 100 km (60 mi) away. Kowalski gauges they have a hour and a half before the flotsam and jetsam field finishes a circle and debilitates them once more.

With Stone’s oxygen save running low, they drift through space to the ISS. Kowalski gets some information about her life back home and discovers that her little girl passed on in a schoolyard mishap. As they approach the marginally harmed ISS, they see that its group has as of now emptied in one of the Soyuz modules and that the parachute of the other Soyuz, assigned TMA-14M, has unintentionally conveyed, making it pointless for come back to Earth. Kowalski says that the Soyuz can in any case be utilized to go to Tiangong, the adjacent Chinese space station, to recover another module that can take them to Earth. Everything except out of air and moving fuel for the thruster pack, the two attempt to take hold of the ISS as they zoom by. The tie holding them together breaks and at last, Stone’s leg gets to be trapped in the Soyuz’s parachute lines. Stone snatches Kowalski’s tie, marginally preventing him from taking off into space. Kowalski understands that his energy will divert them both, and over Stone’s dissents, he decouples his end of the tie so Stone can survive. The strain in the lines pulls her back towards the ISS. As Kowalski buoys away, he radios her with extra guidelines about how to get to the Chinese space station, urging her to proceed with her survival mission.

Stone enters the ISS through an isolated space and escapes the spacesuit. She starts to get acclimated with the ISS when a caution all of a sudden alarms her to a fire. She advances toward the module where the fire is and endeavors to put it out, yet she is quickly dazed when the constrain of the quencher pushes her retrogressive into the bulkhead. She recuperates and thumps the flares down again and pushes through them towards the Soyuz. With the fire shutting in, she shuts the bring forth, pulling in the fire douser ultimately when it hinders the incubate. She isolates from the ISS just to find that the Soyuz’s parachute lines are snared in the station’s apparatus. She wears a Soviet spacesuit and ways out the shuttle to discharge the links when the flotsam and jetsam field finishes its circle. Sticking to the Soyuz, the ISS is wrecked around her. Free of the ISS and the parachute lines, Stone reenters the shuttle and adjusts it to Tiangong. She fires the thrusters however the fuel gage isn’t right: the tanks are void. Stone acknowledges she is stranded and trusts she’ll bite the dust. In the wake of listening to an Inuit angler named Aningaaq (voice of Orto Ignatiussen) on the ground address her, she moderates the oxygen stream which will make her fall into obviousness from absence of oxygen before she passes on. As she loses cognizance, Kowalski abruptly shows up outside, opens the rocket bolt, and enters the lodge. He brightly inquires as to whether she needs to live amazing. He advises her to utilize the Soyuz’s arrival rockets to achieve Tiangong. As she comes back to full awareness, Kowalski is gone, part of a hallucinatory dream. Stone reestablishes the stream of oxygen and utilizations the arrival thrusters to explore towards Tiangong.

With no fuel to ease back or to dock the Soyuz with the Chinese station, Stone launches herself from the Soyuz by means of touchy decompression. She utilizes the rest of the weight as a part of the fire douser as a stopgap thruster to inspire herself towards Tiangong, which has likewise been deserted. She enters the Tiangong space station and advances through its inside to the Shenzhou case. The Tiangong station’s circle has decayed because of hits by the flotsam and jetsam field and it starts to separate on the upper edge of the climate. Stone can’t separate the case from the space station, and she leaves herself to her destiny, whatever it might be.

As the space stations separates, the Shenzhou container is severed from the station, and Stone flames the gadget that isolates the case from whatever remains of the rocket. As the container falls towards earth, it rights itself and slides through the environment. The radio crackles with activity from Mission Control, who are following the container, and advise her that protect is headed. The chute naturally conveys and Stone terrains in a lake close to the shore. The lodge is loaded with smoke, and after she blows the bring forth the container tilts, permitting water to enter. Exactly when she thought she was sheltered, she cannot leave the case. The container sinks to the base with Stone inside. Stone finds a rise of air inside the case and leaves the container, shedding her spacesuit so she can get to the surface. She swims to shore and with trouble, gets up and makes a couple of flimsy strides.

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  Gravity Full Movie Storyline:

In 2014/2015, bio-medicinal architect Dr. Ryan Stone (Sandra Bullock) is a Mission Specialist on her first space carry mission, STS-157. She is on a spacewalk repairing a board on the Hubble Space Telescope, joined by veteran space traveler Matt Kowalski (George Clooney), who is summoning his last endeavor. Mission Control (voice of Ed Harris) all of a sudden trains them to prematurely end their spacewalk and come back to the STS. Houston lets them know that flotsam and jetsam from a Russian rocket strike on a dead satellite has brought about a chain response, pulverizing different satellites, and a tremendous garbage field is heading comfortable. Inside a few minutes, they lose contact with Mission Control, however Stone and Kowalski keep on transmitting “in the visually impaired”, trusting that the ground group can hear them.

Fast flotsam and jetsam strike the STS, sending it turning uncontrollably, with Stone toward the end of the blast arm. A bit of garbage severs the robot arm from the STS, and Stone is compelled to discharge the tie holding her to the robot arm. When free, she is tossed a long way from the STS. Stone frenzies, attempting to contact Houston or Kowalski. Kowalski, who is wearing a thruster pack, abruptly shows up and joins her tie to him. He flies them back to the STS; in transit they discover the architect Shariff (Phaldut Sharma), his cap crushed and his skull for the most part open and exhaust. They find that the STS Explorer has been calamitously harmed. The van’s inside has been tore open by flotsam and jetsam and the rest of group are dead. Kowalski chooses to utilize the thruster pack to get to the International Space Station (ISS), which is in circle around 100 km (60 mi) away. Kowalski gauges they have a hour and a half before the flotsam and jetsam field finishes a circle and debilitates them once more.

With Stone’s oxygen save running low, they drift through space to the ISS. Kowalski gets some information about her life back home and discovers that her little girl passed on in a schoolyard mishap. As they approach the marginally harmed ISS, they see that its group has as of now emptied in one of the Soyuz modules and that the parachute of the other Soyuz, assigned TMA-14M, has unintentionally conveyed, making it pointless for come back to Earth. Kowalski says that the Soyuz can in any case be utilized to go to Tiangong, the adjacent Chinese space station, to recover another module that can take them to Earth. Everything except out of air and moving fuel for the thruster pack, the two attempt to take hold of the ISS as they zoom by. The tie holding them together breaks and at last, Stone’s leg gets to be trapped in the Soyuz’s parachute lines. Stone snatches Kowalski’s tie, marginally preventing him from taking off into space. Kowalski understands that his energy will divert them both, and over Stone’s dissents, he decouples his end of the tie so Stone can survive. The strain in the lines pulls her back towards the ISS. As Kowalski buoys away, he radios her with extra guidelines about how to get to the Chinese space station, urging her to proceed with her survival mission.

Stone enters the ISS through an isolated space and escapes the spacesuit. She starts to get acclimated with the ISS when a caution all of a sudden alarms her to a fire. She advances toward the module where the fire is and endeavors to put it out, yet she is quickly dazed when the constrain of the quencher pushes her retrogressive into the bulkhead. She recuperates and thumps the flares down again and pushes through them towards the Soyuz. With the fire shutting in, she shuts the bring forth, pulling in the fire douser ultimately when it hinders the incubate. She isolates from the ISS just to find that the Soyuz’s parachute lines are snared in the station’s apparatus. She wears a Soviet spacesuit and ways out the shuttle to discharge the links when the flotsam and jetsam field finishes its circle. Sticking to the Soyuz, the ISS is wrecked around her. Free of the ISS and the parachute lines, Stone reenters the shuttle and adjusts it to Tiangong. She fires the thrusters however the fuel gage isn’t right: the tanks are void. Stone acknowledges she is stranded and trusts she’ll bite the dust. In the wake of listening to an Inuit angler named Aningaaq (voice of Orto Ignatiussen) on the ground address her, she moderates the oxygen stream which will make her fall into obviousness from absence of oxygen before she passes on. As she loses cognizance, Kowalski abruptly shows up outside, opens the rocket bolt, and enters the lodge. He brightly inquires as to whether she needs to live amazing. He advises her to utilize the Soyuz’s arrival rockets to achieve Tiangong. As she comes back to full awareness, Kowalski is gone, part of a hallucinatory dream. Stone reestablishes the stream of oxygen and utilizations the arrival thrusters to explore towards Tiangong.

With no fuel to ease back or to dock the Soyuz with the Chinese station, Stone launches herself from the Soyuz by means of touchy decompression. She utilizes the rest of the weight as a part of the fire douser as a stopgap thruster to inspire herself towards Tiangong, which has likewise been deserted. She enters the Tiangong space station and advances through its inside to the Shenzhou case. The Tiangong station’s circle has decayed because of hits by the flotsam and jetsam field and it starts to separate on the upper edge of the climate. Stone can’t separate the case from the space station, and she leaves herself to her destiny, whatever it might be.

As the space stations separates, the Shenzhou container is severed from the station, and Stone flames the gadget that isolates the case from whatever remains of the rocket. As the container falls towards earth, it rights itself and slides through the environment. The radio crackles with activity from Mission Control, who are following the container, and advise her that protect is headed. The chute naturally conveys and Stone terrains in a lake close to the shore. The lodge is loaded with smoke, and after she blows the bring forth the container tilts, permitting water to enter. Exactly when she thought she was sheltered, she cannot leave the case. The container sinks to the base with Stone inside. Stone finds a rise of air inside the case and leaves the container, shedding her spacesuit so she can get to the surface. She swims to shore and with trouble, gets up and makes a couple of flimsy strides.

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  Plot Questions

In this section, we answer questions about the authenticity of Gravity's story line, as well as what (if any) Sequels / prequels Gravity has, and other random movie questions.

Was Gravity based on a book?

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Is Gravity based on a historical event?

Not from the research we did.

Was Gravity based on a true story?

Our fact-checks indicate that this is not based on a true story.

Does Gravity have a sequel?

No (or unknown).

Was Gravity a comic?

No, this movie was not based on a comic.

Is Gravity "demonic"?

Not to our knowledge.

Is Gravity kid-friendly?

Not as far as we know.

Is Gravity on Netflix?

No (or "not at this time").