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Operation Kino 133 Review: The Terror And Beauty Of Space In Gravity

This week we're holding our breath and using the last of the fuel in our jetpacks as we brave terrifying space and review Alfonso Cuaron's Gravity. All four of us saw it, but not all four of us are onboard with the rapturous critical reception-- and one of us thinks the movie is actually about creationism. There's a spoiler section in the review, but there's also a heads up before we get there. We end, as always, with your answers to our lightning round question about best opening scenes.

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"Gravity" by Steven Price

"Faith" by George Michael

"Hit Me with Your Best Shot" by Pat Benatar