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    'Gravity' Review: Cuaron's Exhilarating 3-D Space Ballet Is Anchored by Bullock and Clooney

    If Alfonso Cuaron's hypnotic, exhilarating space thriller "Gravity" isn't thematically as potent as "Children Of Men," his allegory about an infertile world, it is nonetheless a mesmerizing experience from start to finish, an extraordinary visual triumph. The film deploys 3-D in prodigious fashion, ...

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    "We Can Shoot It In One Year And We’re Out”: 5 Things Learned About Alfonso Cuaron’s ‘Gravity’

    "We can shoot it in one year and we’re out,” director Alfonso Cuaron once said of his latest film, “Gravity” (our review) to his cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki; And in Cuaron’s mind when the frequent collaborators first discussed the project in 2009, the intimate, performance-driven drama in space...

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    10 Films To See In October

    You could be inclined to believe October is just like any other month, especially since there’s only one major horror movie set for wide release to scare your pants off on Halloween. Sadly this must-see slate of ten won’t sate your bloodlust, but it does feature awards-contenders, smart indies and s...

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    'Gravity': Alfonso Cuaron's Magical Storytelling

    With Sandra Bullock free-floating and somersaulting head-over-heels through space, Gravity comes loaded with visual dazzle and technical wizardry. But its greatest stunt is the way Alfonso Cuaron takes a flat premise -- a medical researcher barely trained as an astronaut, floating alone for n...

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    The 8 Indie Films You Must See This October (Which Is Shaping Up To Be One of the Best Months For Film In a Very Long Time)

    Today marks the start of what could truly one of the best months for moviegoing... ever? Week after week, some of the best films off this year's film festival circuit --whether Cannes or Toronto or Sundance or Berlin or the ongoing New York Film Festival -- will hit theaters, bringing with them a co...

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    Watch: Sandra Bullock Is Desperate To Survive In New Clip & TV Spot For Alfonso Cuaron's 'Gravity'

    The theme of the fall seems to be survival. Tom Hanks will soon square off against a band of desperate pirates in "Captain Phillips" while Robert Redford will try to maintain against Mother Nature herself in "All Is Lost," but first up will Sandra Bullock in "Gravity." And her journey is perhaps mos...

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    Indies Go 3-D: How a New Generation of Directors Uses 3-D to Enhance the Storytelling

    3-D is no longer synonymous with big budget action films now that indie directors are using it to immerse the audience in the cinematic experience.

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    Alfonso Cuarón Says Most 3D Films Are "Crap" As RealD CFO Pushes Studios & Directors To Keep Using The Format

    Is it time to have yet another debate about 3D? Well, whether you like it or not, it's going to happen. This past summer, theater owners were beginning to wonder where the audiences were for the format, as 3D screenings began making up for just the fraction of ticket sales for some pretty big movies...

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    Watch: Go Behind The Scenes Of Alfonso Cuarón's 'Gravity' With New Pics

    We're less than a week away from the lift off of Alfonso Cuarón's "Gravity" in theaters nationwide, and after everyone experiences the space adventure, the first question they'll ask is, "How'd they do that?" Well, some new pics and a featurette try to help answer some of those questions.

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    Alfonso Cuaron Considers Psychological Horror Film, Says He'll Never Do A Movie As Big As 'Gravity' Again

    It's taken four years, casting headaches, technological leaps, release date bumps and more, but next week, Alfonso Cuaron's space adventure "Gravity" will finally arrive in theaters. And mostly, he just seems glad to have survived the process at all. “Film is my means of survival, and 'Gravity' was...

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