« on: October 16, 2013, 12:26 PM »
I've talked to a couple of buddies about it...I am an engineer and all of the momentum crap is dumb, no doubt but I didn't have a problem suspending belief and 99% of the public has no idea about any of the actual physics behind the scenes happening. And I get the whole different orbits of the ISS and Space Shuttles and Hubble, but again this is science fiction not science fact.
All that said, I sat there almost the entire time with my sphincter clenched...it was so intense and the sense of dread and her panic to eventual calming through the whole situation was amazing.
The cinematography which I haven't said yet is great beyond words. Again all of that stuff reminded me of the old IMAX NASA movies...it truly brings you into what it would be like to be an astronaut