A look at cause and FX on ‘Gravity’ disc

Credit: Warner Bros. Pictures

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In “Gravity” (2013), spacewalker-in-jeopardy Sandra Bullock faces a wait for rescue – or death – that’s clearly interminable for her. We sort of know the feeling, anxiously as we’ve anticipated the film’s release on disc, and an inside look at how its stunningly immersive zero-gravity world was created. The disc devotes over 100 minutes to featurette material, and answers all the questions you’d hope, even if it takes some time to achieve liftoff. Thanks to the movie’s success and genre appeal, this is an expansive package, one that arguably gives an even better sense of director Alfonso Cuarón than we’ve gotten from discs such as his “Y Tu Mama Tambien” and “Children of Men.”

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