I'm disappointed in myself for seeing Gravity before I see this. The two middle segments of this film were better than Gravity. As a whole, the two don't even compare, but there are a lot of similarities. The other movie has constant peril. This movie has SUSPENSE. WHO KNEW SLOW BUILDS COULD BE SO EFFECTIVE?! Anyway, I think it still holds up as a whole, but the two segments on the end are a bit slow and abstract. If you want to contemplate all of life and the universe (not just space--like everything that has or ever will exist), this is the best movie for that, I think.
I genuinely couldn't finish this movie. I kept checking to see how much more I had left. Not only is the production terrible (I'm talking lower budget than Tim and Eric great job-type stuff--bad graphics, often not filling the whole frame, bad music and random sound effects, slapstick humor, the same clip art over and over, strange skits?!, obnoxious repetitive vocabulary, the same cadence for every sentence in the V.O.), the content has a lot of issues too. There are a ton of logical fallacies--straw men, inconsistency, no true Scotsman, red herrings, etc. The movie perpetuates some myths (the only one that comes to mind is sugar rushes/crashes). The ideology gets in the way of its core message. It probably even lines up with my ideology for the most part, but the film maker is just so damn annoying, I couldn't take it. The people he debunks in the film are ass holes, but he's an ass hole too, and it doesn't make me want to keep watching. But I stuck it out 2/3 of the way through because I really enjoyed the heart of the content--all of the science and math behind this! Those "segments" are VERY well done. But so much could have been cut out of this. I only made it a bit less than 2/3 of the way through. This could have been really, really good if they had invested more time or review of the final product by someone who watches movies! It's just VERY difficult to watch.