Although the average Joe, at least in this life-time, will never find his or herself in a situation that involves one to be floating helplessly into the dark abyss of Space, that underlying fear overwhelming exists in the back of people’s minds as one of the most terrifying ways to bow out. With the sound intent to pull on those very same physiological strings through some spectacular-looking imagery, acclaimed director Alfonso Cuarón’s Gravity appears prime to captivate and engage movie-goers who have wondered what the worst case scenario might be for those who reside 300+ miles above Earth.
On the Radar: Alfonso Cuaron’s ‘Gravity’ Appears to Terrifyingly Reenact Our Worst Space Fears in New Teaser
When word first broke, and the production shots from jOBS, the upcoming biographical drama based on the life of the late Steve Jobs, started to leak, it was evident that Ashton Kutcher’s physical similarities to the iconic figure would deem him suitable for a proper portrayal. However, the question of whether he could actually embody the persona of Apple’s co-founder/renaissance man always remained – until now…
At this point, the certifiably epic-looking conclusion to Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy should surely be On the Radar as a undeniable can’t miss watch, a notion re-enforced by the name of The Digital Visual’s new topic category. With that being said, if you’re reading this, you most likely fall into one of two camps – a person who chooses to bypass all trailers, footage and leaks from the film in the hopes of preserving a fresh visual experience. Or, alternatively, a person who just can get enough Dark Knight Rises goodness.
In a day and age where time travel is a reality, but still yet to be sanctioned for official public use by the government, the mob and other criminal enterprises take to the black market and illegally exploit the technology for a number of uses. One of the exploits is to employ the services of hitmen whom reside 30 years in the past, awaiting a target sent from the future in which to “mop up.”