One of the most anticipated films at the Telluride Festival was Alphonso Cuaran's "Gravity". The greatly-buzzed-about space feature starring George Clooney and Sandra Bullock did not disappoint.
Roughly, the plot is about two astronauts who are caught in space during a debris storm, which is caused by a Russian space explosion - and it concerns how they survive in such a dangerous climate.
But what really amazed me about the film was the originality of the story. There is no subtext or larger issue that is covered in this film other than pure survival. But believe me, that's enough.
I recommend that everyone go see this fantastic film. I give it an "A".