The movie Gravity has been critically acclaimed and widely popular. But in 2013, scientist and TV show host Neil DeGrasse Tyson tweeted a series of critiques of the accuracy of the movie. Tyson later came out on Facebook to praise Gravity and point out the fact people thought Gravity was accurate at all speaks to its quality. Nevertheless, Tyson agreed to narrate his own critiques on this very special episode of "Everything Wrong With Gravity."

What did you think of Gravity?

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Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

F-it, let's chat! Funny stuff. Although the line about not one moment of silence had me laughing out loud.

Pat Dilloway said...

I like it but of course it's not accurate. We haven't had a space shuttle in years. And it was way too convenient they so happened to be testing a new jetpack that very same day. But as far as disaster movies go it's a trillion times better than Sharknado.


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