Every once in a while a movie comes along that deserves it. Gravity is one of those movies. This is the type of film that pull quote buzzwords like “groundbreaking,” “masterpiece,” or “game-changer” were created for. There’s simply never been a cinematic experience quite like Gravity before and its beauty, spectacle, and sheer visceral force will be mimicked, referenced, and built upon for years to come. It’s the type of invigorating cinematic experience that can even make a cynical, salty-dog film lover like myself stop thinking or analyzing to simply get lost in gob smacked “oohs” and “aahs.” The film is a remarkable piece of work that demands to be seen on the biggest of screens (yes, even in 3D) because the experience of watching it for the first time feels somewhere between a movie and a ride.