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Gravity: Stunning sci-fi creates the greatest villain of 2013 as Bullock faces off against universal foe
We’ve had some memorable movie villains this year — giant hamburgers, Jodie Foster, the Mandarin, Gargamel, Kaiju, zombies, Khan, Zod and even Kevin Bacon. But none have been so impassive, implacable and dreadful as the force faced by Sandra Bullock and George Clooney in Gravity.
It is Newton’s third law, and it states that for every action there is always an equal and opposite reaction. Ignore it at your peril, because it sure as heck won’t ignore you, especially on the three-dimensional billiard table of space. Pull on a rope, push on a wall, fire a rocket; it all shoves back.
We meet this universal foe in the opening shot of the film, a 17-minute cinematic virtuoso than rolls by without a single cut — or, in this age of digital trickery, better to say without a single visible cut. Clearly, director Alfonso Cuarón also didn’t travel to low-Earth orbit to film this, but you could be forgiven for thinking he did. Rating: * * * *(Photo: Warner Bros.)

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Gravity: Stunning sci-fi creates the greatest villain of 2013 as Bullock faces off against universal foe

We’ve had some memorable movie villains this year — giant hamburgers, Jodie Foster, the Mandarin, Gargamel, Kaiju, zombies, Khan, Zod and even Kevin Bacon. But none have been so impassive, implacable and dreadful as the force faced by Sandra Bullock and George Clooney in Gravity.

It is Newton’s third law, and it states that for every action there is always an equal and opposite reaction. Ignore it at your peril, because it sure as heck won’t ignore you, especially on the three-dimensional billiard table of space. Pull on a rope, push on a wall, fire a rocket; it all shoves back.

We meet this universal foe in the opening shot of the film, a 17-minute cinematic virtuoso than rolls by without a single cut — or, in this age of digital trickery, better to say without a single visible cut. Clearly, director Alfonso Cuarón also didn’t travel to low-Earth orbit to film this, but you could be forgiven for thinking he did. Rating: * * * *
(Photo: Warner Bros.)

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George Clooney didn’t like Batman & Robin, either!
And it wasn’t just the nipple suit: The actor reportedly kept a photo of himself as the Caped Crusader on his wall as a cautionary tale against acting in big-budget blunders. MORE HERE: natpo.st/1a6rVTr

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George Clooney didn’t like Batman & Robin, either!

And it wasn’t just the nipple suit: The actor reportedly kept a photo of himself as the Caped Crusader on his wall as a cautionary tale against acting in big-budget blunders. MORE HERE: natpo.st/1a6rVTr

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The Quantified Month: From Clooney’s breakup to Blurred Lines, here’s what the month looked like – in charts natpo.st/15lJwqT

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The Quantified Month: From Clooney’s breakup to Blurred Lines, here’s what the month looked like – in charts natpo.st/15lJwqT

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Can’t keep track of perpetual bachelor George Clooney’s many lady loves? Download our handy chart! natpo.st/1dfyOky

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Can’t keep track of perpetual bachelor George Clooney’s many lady loves? Download our handy chart! natpo.st/1dfyOky

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Ben Affleck and producer Grant Heslov along with members of the cast and crew accept the Best Picture award for Argo. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)
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Ben Affleck and producer Grant Heslov along with members of the cast and crew accept the Best Picture award for Argo. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

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George Clooney arrested at Sudanese embassy protest in Washington
George Clooney has been arrested at Sudan’s embassy in Washington during a protest against the country’s blockade of humanitarian aid. Clooney, his father Nick and other anti-Sudan activists ignored three police warnings to leave the embassy grounds today and were led away to a Secret Service van in plastic handcuffs. (Photo: Kevin Lamarque/Reuters; Win McNamee/Getty Images)

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George Clooney, best actor nominee for his role in “The Descendants,” and his girlfriend, Stacy Keibler pose on the red carpet as they arrive at the 84th Academy Awards in Hollywood, California, February 26, 2012.  REUTERS/Lucy NicholsonRelated:Live Chat: The 2012 Academy Awards Photo Gallery: The 2012 Academy Awards

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George Clooney, best actor nominee for his role in “The Descendants,” and his girlfriend, Stacy Keibler pose on the red carpet as they arrive at the 84th Academy Awards in Hollywood, California, February 26, 2012.  REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

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Live Chat: The 2012 Academy Awards
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Golden Globe nominations: The Descendants, The Artist, The Help are this year’s top nomineesSilent movie The Artist painted a pretty picture at the Golden Globe nominations on Thursday, leading all movies with six nods overall including best film comedy or musical.Following The Artist among top nominees for the Hollywood awards were The Descendants, starring George Clooney as a man struggling to keep his family together, and civil rights movie The Help with five nods each, including both in the key category of best film drama.Joining Descendants and The Help among the films vying for top drama were four movies, Hugo, Moneyball, War Horse and The Ides of March.The Golden Globe Awards, which are given out by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, are among the most widely-watched honors programs leading up to the Oscars in February.

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Golden Globe nominations: The Descendants, The Artist, The Help are this year’s top nominees
Silent movie The Artist painted a pretty picture at the Golden Globe nominations on Thursday, leading all movies with six nods overall including best film comedy or musical.

Following The Artist among top nominees for the Hollywood awards were The Descendants, starring George Clooney as a man struggling to keep his family together, and civil rights movie The Help with five nods each, including both in the key category of best film drama.

Joining Descendants and The Help among the films vying for top drama were four movies, Hugo, Moneyball, War Horse and The Ides of March.

The Golden Globe Awards, which are given out by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, are among the most widely-watched honors programs leading up to the Oscars in February.

George Clooney: The man who we stare at Toronto remains a city where it pays to pretend you’re blasé about celebrity. Perhaps it’s fitting that arguably more than any other star, Clooney has become the face of TIFF in recent years.Clooney’s affair with Toronto surely counts as one of the most lasting relationships he’s had. And it is a love affair, insofar as the press loves Clooney, both the Toronto-based home team and foreign journalists. Over coffee and cocktails, they ask each other if they’ll be covering “the Clooney,” as his appearances have come to be known. Bet on Clooney’s face gracing more newspaper sections and website home pages than any other over the next 10 days as he promotes The Descendants, a family dramedy, and The Ides of March, in which he does double duty as both director and star. (Illustration: Gary Clement)Check out our complete coverage at http://nationalpost.com/tiff

George Clooney: The man who we stare at
Toronto remains a city where it pays to pretend you’re blasé about celebrity. Perhaps it’s fitting that arguably more than any other star, Clooney has become the face of TIFF in recent years.

Clooney’s affair with Toronto surely counts as one of the most lasting relationships he’s had. And it is a love affair, insofar as the press loves Clooney, both the Toronto-based home team and foreign journalists. Over coffee and cocktails, they ask each other if they’ll be covering “the Clooney,” as his appearances have come to be known. Bet on Clooney’s face gracing more newspaper sections and website home pages than any other over the next 10 days as he promotes The Descendants, a family dramedy, and The Ides of March, in which he does double duty as both director and star. (Illustration: Gary Clement)

Check out our complete coverage at http://nationalpost.com/tiff

The kids are not all lightWill the Red Riding Hood reboot lead to more dark updates of childhood classics? Probably not, but we can dream.
Mars Needs Moms (3 stars): Take me to your breeder Red Riding Hood (2 stars): The twilight of her youth Battle: Los Angeles (2.5 stars): Sweet Karma (1 star): The killer sound of a mute stripper The Arbor (3 stars): Playwright’s short life through lip-synching

The kids are not all light
Will the Red Riding Hood reboot lead to more dark updates of childhood classics? Probably not, but we can dream.

Mars Needs Moms (3 stars): Take me to your breeder
Red Riding Hood (2 stars): The twilight of her youth
Battle: Los Angeles (2.5 stars):
Sweet Karma (1 star): The killer sound of a mute stripper
The Arbor (3 stars): Playwright’s short life through lip-synching