I've said it before and I'll say it again... Being pretty does not a good movie make. Gravity it a pretty movie.
For all the believable (and apparently accurate) space physics et al, the way you and the protagonist are assailed with such a relentless barrage of unrelated issues it labours the concept of coincidence to point of being ridiculous. I can't really say anymore about the issues without major spoilers... but seriously? Seriously!?
I'm not saying it's all bad…
Holy shit, what just happened?
Watching Redline with subtitles is like trying to speed read a paper on the theory of thermodynamics as it applied to nuclear fusion while reversing a truck at 80 mph into a tornado.
But don't let that deter you - because though the story plays out more like an episode from the middle of a series you've never seen the rest of, it is full to burst with classic over the top late 80's anime retro charm and A grade production values. It's no classic, but as a watch once spectacle - it's 100% awesome.
Rise is a poster-child of form over function; while very pretty, it lacks almost every other aspect needed for it to be a good film. In order to gloss over the glaring plot holes and forgive the complete lunacy of most of the character decisions if doesn't so much require suspension of disbelief, but a self induced lobotomy.