Epicboy21, reporting. Don't expect Gravity to be a "boring, ordinary sci-fi movie". Because it's not that at all. Expect it to be a "spectacular, 3D, dramatic sci-fi adventure, only without the supernatural". It's about two people in space: Dr Matt Kowalsky, a retiree (about to retire - played by George Clooney, who sees no reason to stop), and a first-timer, Dr Ryan Stone (weird name for a girl, but played by Sandra Bullock of Speed and Miss Congeniality fame nonetheless), who experience an asteroid out of nowhere attacking the ship. Then chaos ensues. (It's the only jump scene, but the film's very intense throughout; LITERALLY breathtaking, my chest was hurting for real throughout the credits, which I stayed for to calm down), but, in terms of adult themes, there's references to: death, grief and surviving with limited air. (Just like the trailer, it's terrifying.). But teamwork is essential. And sacrifice. Also, in the beginning, the girl bumps into a dead body, which she's alarmed by, but while there's no blood seen, it's very disturbing: half of a dead man's face is seen blown off; red flesh is visible and you can see a portion of space through it, and a piece of flesh, strangely, flies around a ship. They're the only "disturbing images" throughout the film; one use of the "f-word" and about nine uses of the "s-word" and two of "g*dd*mn". Considering the circumstances, it's somewhat acceptable. Intense, terrifying, thrilling, disturbing and emotional... Gravity hits your senses. Not for the faint of heart. Older kids only... ones who can understand the adult themes. For sensitive people, when they report that a "man has died in space", cover their eyes immediately to avoid the image of half the man's face blown off. Very minor flirting, no drug use, sex scenes, sexual references, nudity (despite bare legs and some cleavage in one scene), but tense, scary peril (think a fire going off in a ship, amplified to be so intense.). Great all-in-all. Younger kids under 12 will either NOT understand it, or will be disturbed by the few disturbing images in the movie. Thankyou for reading.