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It’s been a couple of years since Gravity first blew our minds. Filmscapel looks back at Alfonso Cuarón’s masterwork, which deftly combined tension, incredible cinematography, and groundbreaking visual effects, accentuated by a shockingly minimal plot.
While Gravity was a pretty awesome movie already, artist Krishna Shenoi came up with a way to improve upon it, introducing a much better solution to Sandra Bullock’s seemingly endless tumble in space. The ending is priceless.
Screen Junkies pokes fun at Alfonso Cuarón’s space opus, reminding us of the of suspension of disbelief and iron stomach required to watch the film, as well as the less than thrilling experience that awaits us when we watch it at home.
Daniel Hubbard created this parody of the space epic Gravity, in which the unrelenting, disorienting blackness of space is replaced with the unrelenting, disorienting blue and yellow of Sweden’s mega store. And meatballs.