This reflection goes along with the 2013 movie Gravity. There are three versions to best match your students' needs. The first one has 5 extended response and 5 multiple choice questions. The second version are all in multiple choice format, the third version is multiple choice with 3 answers instead of four with a larger font making it easier for students to read. There are also answer keys for each version. All three versions of the reflection have the same 10 questions and are two pages in length so you can use multiple versions and still have students answering the same content. The questions are in order of the movie, but most questions are not answered directly by the movie. Students must be able to take what they have learned about Newton's Laws of Motion, the importance of air molecules in respect to sound and friction, etc. and apply it to what they are seeing on the movie. All questions are science related and not about plot, character development, etc.