Gravity (2013): George Clooney and Sandra Bullock
The film is an expose on how the human condition chooses to survive a horrific or challenging event where all that one has is wits, memories of others and the will to find a winning path against the elements. Additionally, Gravity, reminds us that we are all just a grain of sand in comparison to the enormity of space. Scuba drivers most likely have the same feelings when beneath the ocean and it is just themselves versus the sea or mountain climbers knowing that one misstep can end everything. More importantly, the film is about life, death and coming to terms with the life one creates on Earth. The effect you have on others is profound and the choices made in life are all that matters. The universe is huge, vast, beautiful and simply beyond comprehension. The quest for survival, remembering loved ones of the past and present plus the essence of life when caught floating in space is blaring loud. Gravity is one movie not to be missed. Afterwards, you will want to go outside and touch the ground, hug your loved ones and be kind and graceful to all mankind on this plant called Earth.