- the force of gravity
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That includes just some of the cost of G-Force, which Staggs described as “a very expensive film.”
Following the disappointing Confessions of a Shopaholic, G-Force represents a rare double stumble for Bruckheimer.
- A force acting on a body as a result of acceleration or gravity, informally described in units of acceleration equal to one g. For example, a 12 pound object undergoing a g-force of 2g experiences 24 pounds of force. See more at acceleration of gravity.
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