The sci-fi flick “Gravity” is tearing it up at the box office.
The film, which stars Sandra Bullock and George Clooney, tells the tale of a “routine” space shuttle mission gone wrong, grossed $55.8 million for its weekend release earlier this month. Reviews have been stellar. Oscar talk has already started.
Audiences are saying that the amazing special effects – known as “F/X” in the movie biz – are a key reason they dig this film so much.
And critics are saying it’s the amazing digital sound effects that make the movie seem so realistic and that could lead to an Academy Award nomination for “Gravity’s” audio quality.
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