Sandra Bullock may’ve already won an Oscar, but she’s never received the kind of unanimous critical acclaim that came her way after new film ‘Gravity’ screened at the 70th Venice Film Festival.
The 49-year-old star was hailed for her performance as Dr. Stone, an astronaut left adrift in space after an accident on the space shuttle Explorer. George Clooney co-stars in a supporting role.
Watch Bullock in action in the heart-stopping clip above.
Stuck in a space suit and mostly alone for the majority if the film, Bullock was hailed by The Telegraph as “the undoubted star and seriously good here, giving Stone an inner steeliness that only the very deepest pangs of despair can unsheathe”.
The Independent compared her to Sigourney Weaver’s Ripley in ‘Alien’, writing: “her character is tough and self-reliant and challenges the gender stereotyping still often found in action movies… [she] clearly relishes a physically demanding and unglamorous role as farRead More »from Sandra Bullock wins rave reviews for Gravity