Movie was pretty good. Fantastic special effects as well as scenery. The only downside for me was that I was getting space sick because I actually felt I was the one floating in space. That was how real the movie felt to me.
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Even when the space shuttle fell to the bottom of the sea, I was holding my breath along with Julia. I couldn't imagine surviving a space freak accident to have it all come to an end by drowning.
I saw it in 3D in the theater. Felt and looked eerily real.
I would have had to bring one of those air sick bags to the theater if I saw it in 3D. This is one movie I could never watch again. &
I was never scared of heights. After watching that movie, I must now be. The next time I am "down the shore" I am going on the tallest ferris wheel to see if I get dizzy. Better not try a roller coaster.
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