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Gravity Lands Back in IMAX® 3D Theatres Today

By IMAX on January 31, 2014

“I can’t emphasize enough the majesty of Gravity. It’s unlike anything I’ve ever seen. Before the movie was even over, I wanted to watch a Blu-ray stacked with special features so I could learn about the making of the movie. I wanted to own Steven Price’s dynamic, stirring score. I wanted to go right back into the theater and see it again in IMAX 3D. Longtime readers will know I have no love for 3D, and while I’m sure Gravity will still work in 2D, it’s a movie where the IMAX 3D experience is ideal. Don’t go for a half-measure; Cuarón certainly didn’t.” – Collider


Gravity is back in IMAX® 3D theatres today! Gravity is one of those films that draws you completely into the movie. Every second you feel as if you’re experiencing space along with Dr. Stone. But don’t take our word for it, check out select scenes from the film and read why critics say you must see Gravity the best way possible, in IMAX 3D.

 “With the current trend towards 3D filmmaking continuing unabated despite audience fatigue, Gravity is one of the few modern blockbusters that is best experienced with the added dimension (and if you can get it in IMAX, all the better).” – Film School Rejects

“A phenomenal viewing experience, Gravity is the rare film that justifies paying more to watch it in 3D and IMAX, and more than that going to the theater to see a film.” – Screen Crave


“Awed critics contend that Alfonso Cuaron's space opera – with its lengthy, fluid takes; its astronauts tumbling through space in every possible direction; its dangerous space debris hurtling at your face; its huge, looming Earth, almost always within view; and even the droplets of Sandra Bullock's breath and the round globules of her zero-gravity tears – demands to be seen as Cuaron shot it, in state-of-the-art 3D, preferably on a planet-sized IMAX screen” – Rolling Stone

“Graced by exemplary 3D work and bound to look great in IMAX, the film seems set to soar commercially around the world.” – The Hollywood Reporter