Does Gravity (2013) starring Sandra Bullock, count as science-fiction?

It's a broad genre, but usually sci-fi stories are ones that include speculative future technology based on science that is either well understood, or currently fringe. Sometimes there are fantasy elements too (Star Wars).

Since everything in Gravity actually exists I'd say it's more of an adventure/survival drama.


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  • imdb say sci-fi.

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    • Fair enough. What is that image on your profile from?

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    • @Waffles731 That's Josht's avatar. Yeah, I agree it does.

      I meant the anime looking one when you click on his profile.

    • Death note intro image.

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  • I don't know, I just say it should have lost best special effects to the NOT EVEN FUCKING NOMINATED Pacific Rim which is a FAR BETTER film

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    • Pacific Rim is one of the worst movies I've ever seen.

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    • Well, the dialogue even though cheesy didn't turn the female lead into shia lebouf like Gravity
      The Special effects were objectively better.
      It was an absolutely phenomonal ode to the kaiju films of Japan.
      It actually have rewatch value with its awesome fights and has a story that doesn't knock out the entirety of earths communications for the next fifty years.

    • Well to each their own. I thought it was Cringecore.

  • No dude they really filmed that movie in space

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    • Right yeah, and Casablanca was actually shot in Morocco not California. Don't be a dumb ass, you know what I mean.

  • Theirs no science or fiction so no.

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