“Louis Leterrier, you just made a crappy remake of “Clash of the Titans” that actually did pretty well, and was at least better than your Hulk movie! What are you going to do next?”
“Gammasquad, I’m making the most retarded disaster movie that has ever been conceived by a smack-addicted screenwriter who has seen his dreams die in front of him!”
“Gravity”, the film in question, is a movie where a father has his child abducted, and the world stops turning. That’s not a poetic description: the world literally stops turning. Also, gravity stops working.
Now, the reason we say “also” is because, unless the Earth’s rotation has magically also increased its mass, the Earth’s rotation has zero effect on its gravitation. Whoever wrote this apparently failed to look up what the Earth’s rotation achieves on some reputable website, like freakin’ WikiAnswers, which they could have found by Googling “Earth’s rotation” in less than ten seconds.
So, yeah, with that level of scientific research, this movie is going to be absolutely awesome. We can’t wait for the moment when they solve the problem with “string theory”. “You see, there are these strings that are smaller than atoms, and if we can tug on enough of these strings, it might pull the world into a tailspin and the friction of the atmosphere against space will create enough heat to cause convection which will reverse global warming, which was the cause of this problem in the first place!”
[ via Pajiba ]