With Sam Mendes presenting '1917' as if it unfolds in a single take, what are some of the best examples of this trick in the history of Hollywood?
The conclusion of Alfonso Cuarón's heart-stopping Gravity saw an exhausted, traumatised Sandra Bullock crash landing on Earth against all the odds.
Unlike Hollywood, the boffins at NASA know their onions when it comes to space travel, and some movies just don't stand up to scrutiny.
The International Space Station now has a full HD home theatre setup, as well as a massive library of movies. The folks at Gizmodo have compiled a complete list of all the movies that are on board the International Space Station. It’s one of the most terrifying movies on this list… for reasons you’ll understand if you’ve already seen it. ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ is a Stanley Kubrick classic.
‘Gravity’ has already earned a reputation as modern classic thanks to its groundbreaking special effects and an incredible central performance from Sandra Bullock – and it won seven Oscars to prove it in 2013. “Usually I like preview screenings,” said Cuarón. “Because we know when we go to space, there’s always an alien or a monster!” laughed Cuarón.