Colin Covert’s “‘Gravity’” Rivets and Inspires
By Rochus Pomponius, Adjunct Critic
Colin Covert’s “‘Gravity’ is a riveting space tale” traverses the landscape of movie review paradise for reading audiences. Covert entertains and conveys powerful emotional impact through stellar insight and amazing writing style.
Through Covert’s words, the reader becomes enmeshed in the universal content of Gravity. Brilliantly orchestrated paragraphs provide a home for Covert’s words to ease the reader into thrilling plot summary.
Gravity is a riveting contains some of the most impressive feats a movie review writer ever committed to the web-page. Yet, the real power of the review is in its emotional and imaginative pull, the way it connects the reader to the anxiety, imagery, and crystalline concepts of Gravity.
Covert provides key analytical points at every turn, including a short criticism of some of the movies’ cheesier substances, which has the effect of further immersing the reader into the artistic world of Gravity is a riveting. The only blight of the review falls to the hands of the publisher, Minneapolis Star Tribune, who obviously doesn’t appreciate Covert’s art enough to present it without gross commercialism.
Covert fearlessly handles the untold possibilities underlying the human journey of connecting to Gravity. He is a connoisseur of language, symbolism, and cinema, and while he may talk “up” to his readers at times, reading audiences will complete the review feeling all the more intellectually stimulated, creatively inspired, and spiritually enlightened.