Being a child of the 80's I think I'm not alone in saying I wanted to be an astronaut when I was young. Gravity brought all of that back and more...all of the reviews are spot on, it is absolutely fantastic. The effects and scenes are breathtaking and also brought me back to watching NASA IMAX films of yore. I'm giving it a solid 10 out of 10 (10 being the highest).
Hubble Space Telescope - near-circular Low Earth Orbit - 559 km, inclination 28.5, final servicing mission 2009, expected end of life 2014 (could go to 2020 though)
International Space Station - perigee 417km, apogee 420km, inclination 51.65
Chinese Space Station - does not exist - should be complete between 2015 and 2020
NASA Shuttle Program - final mission July 2011 - STS-135 - Space Shuttle Atlantis
I'm all for a movie that tries to convey realism of being in space, but as soon as they decided to have the Hubble (being serviced by a non-existent Space Shuttle), a short thruster-pack trip away from the ISS which it itself was a short jaunt away from a non-existent (only phase 1 has launched at this time) space station, it takes me out of the movie and makes it more like a science-fiction story.
For me it got my wife off my back cause she mainly wanted to see it for Bullock & Clooney.
Thank goodness it was only 90 minutes long...