James Cameron thinks that director Alfonso Cuaron’s “Gravity” is “the best space film ever done.”
It’s a remarkable compliment, give how many times Hollywood has traveled past Earth’s orbit.
So far, audiences and critics largely agree with Cameron’s assessment.
In its first weekend of release, “Gravity” grossed $55.8 million — about $10 million more than the most hopeful estimates — and has attracted some of the year’s most favorable reviews, the best of any movie in wide release in all of 2013.
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