1. Captain Obvious says:

    Mashups are simply the best.

  2. McCullough says:

    I should’ve never listened to the hype. The movie just wasn’t that good….only Superman ‘could’ have saved it.

    My biggest problem was how this technician could also pilot the craft back to earth…a real eye-roller.

  3. AdmFubar says:

    i like the comment in the video about there not being any air in space to conduct sound.. it would also keep superman’s cape from flapping around

  4. jpfitz says:

    I took away that Ryan had died in the Soyuz capsule and the rest was a dream sequence. Ryan never landed in the water and crawled out. She is still in orbit.

    Never ever open a capsule in water till help has arrived.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Splashdown

    “The flight went as expected until just after splashdown, when the hatch cover, designed to release explosively in the event of an emergency, accidentally blew. Grissom was at risk of drowning but was recovered safely; the capsule sank into the Atlantic and was not recovered until 1999.”

  5. Glenn E. says:

    Basically, this movie was a rewrite of Castaway. Only instead of it taking place on a tiny island, in the middle of an ocean, after Tom Hanks’ plane crashes. It’s takes place on various desert space stations, in space, after Sandra Bullock’s space shuttle, well, crashes into debris. She even ends up talking to herself, as Tom Hanks did to the soccer ball. She imagines it’s her lost friend, played by George Clooney. In the end Tom Hanks in rescued from his makeshift raft, and brought back to the USA. In the finale of Gravity, Bullock’s escape capsule lands her in an ocean, near an uninhabited island. Where she waits to be rescued. Hanks’ version, had the better ending.

  6. HUGSaLOT says:

    Christopher Reeves! Awesome! \o/

  7. Kelvington says:

    He was the best Superman! That mashup was brilliant!


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