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a cover of ” Space Oddityclassic-David Bowie, right from the space. This week, he was invited by Vanity Fair to review movies, space and famous the world over, demonstrating the revolt, with one of them: Gravity, for Alfonso Cuarón” data-reactid=”12″>Chris Hadfield, a former astronaut from Nasa has been into space three times, and he was well-known on the internet by doing a cover of Space Oddity, a classic from David Bowie, right from the space. This week, he was invited by Vanity Fair to review movies, space and famous the world over, demonstrating the revolt, with one of them: Gravity, for Alfonso Cuarón.

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According to Hadfield, the film which won the academy award for Best Director to Cuarón, has a great visual effect, but it seems to break the laws of physics (a satellite goes whizzing around at up to 160 km/h), and, especially, in the way that it depicts an astronaut and a woman – in this case, Ryan Stone, as experienced by Sandra Bullock” data-reactid=”14″>Follow-the-Yahoo and Life-Style on Google News

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According to Hadfield, the film which won the academy award for Best Director to Cuarón, has a great visual effect, but it seems to break the laws of physics (a satellite goes whizzing around at up to 160 km/h), and, especially, in the way that it depicts an astronaut and a woman – in this case, Ryan Stone, as experienced by Sandra Bullock.

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“He’s more knowledgeable in american history as the one who is, Peggy Whitson. In this movie, Sandra Bullock, is an astronaut for less than a year. When she is faced with a problem, you’re in a panic and have no idea what to do,” he criticizes. Hadfield is also claiming that Matt Kowalski, played by George Clooney, is to be interpreted as a “space cowboy” smart aleck.

“I think it was the sight of a young girl, not an astronaut, and you can end up hurting an entire generation. Sandra Bullock did a great job in the movie, but the character they wrote for her was disappointing. She needs it all the time for George Clooney to save the magic of the day and tell her which book to open up for the right thing to do,” he said.

Check out the review of Hadfield on the Gravity and the other films in this video (in English):

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