A great reason to see 3D IMAX. Rather enjoy the design of the film - a small genre piece about an astronaut getting home - done as a spectacular formal spectacle. Is this a film or a ride? There are certainly a few emotional moments, but the reason you watch the movie is for the shots, the action, the movement of the floating camera. I can't say the narrative is anything other than a vehicle to deliver the images. I suppose this is what makes it a good and not great film. In some ways, it is a technical experiment. This is not a criticism. Curon is moving the cinema forward. He is making a spectacle that is not a stupid comic book for nerds. A film unquestionably worth seeing in the theater. Bravo.