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Digital Multiplex: Gravity, All Is Lost, and More

by | February 11, 2014 | Comments

This week in streaming video, we’ve got three critically acclaimed films and one solid YA novel adaptation. Things kick off with Alfonso Cuarón’s Best Picture-nominated sci-fi thriller and a Robert Redford-powered survival tale. Then we’ve got Saoirse Ronan starring in a post-apocalyptic romance and the first film ever not only to be shot entirely in Saudi Arabia, but also to be made by a Saudi Arabian woman. Read on for details:


In Alfonso Cuarón’s Oscar-nominated outer space thriller, Sandra Bullock and George Clooney star as a pair of astronauts who become stranded in the atmosphere when an unexpected debris shower destroys their shuttle and leaves them without a way to return to Earth.

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All Is Lost

Robert Redford stars as a man whose boat is lost at sea in director J.C. Chandor’s minimalist drama.

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How I Live Now

Saoirse Ronan stars in a sci-fi drama about a teenager whose carefree existence is upended when war breaks out across the UK.

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This critically acclaimed drama, about a young suburban girl who tries to scrape together the money to buy a bicycle, is the first feature ever filmed entirely within Saudi Arabia, and the first ever from a Saudi woman.

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