Writer and physicist Dennis Overbye at New York Times provides a helpful and snarky review of the recently released movie “Gravity”. He writes about the neat feelings the audience gets while watching, and critiques scientific inaccuracies in the movie. He writes how Hollywood will take shortcuts and cheat so much to make a movie, while achieving a whole lot of inaccuracies.
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Astronaut and a Writer at the Movies.
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