This one shows you just enough to get what the movie is about and people still bitch.
I'm not complaining about the plot or whatever in the trailer - it's just it demonstrates the level of cartoonish, fakey looking CGI which pervades big budget films now.
I'm not going to knock the content of this film without seeing it (Bullock and Clooney are excellent actors), but how could Stanley Kubrick make a more realistic looking space film in the late 1960s than all of Hollywood's horsepower in the 21st Century? It's because he constructed 3 dimensional sets that existed in the real world and photographed those sets with cameras. And they had to be creative about concealing this fact, so they were - Kubrick, Lucas (of the 70s/80s), Ridley Scott were all masters of this and it helps to suspend disbelief.
If the trailer of Gravity represents how the space scenes look - it might as well have been a 3D cartoon with voice actors.
This post was edited on 10/3 at 11:30 am