Screenings of the thrilling space adventure had been marred by socially-inept scientists exclaiming loudly about minor inaccuracies of no interest to sane humans.
All UK cinemas have now forbidden anyone with grade B or above for GCSE Science from watching the film.
Cinema manager Tom Logan said: “We had large scientist groups with bad jumpers and weird hair coming in just to pick holes in Gravity.
“Every time there was some obscure physics-related quibble they’d put their hands over their eyes and say things like ‘the Philistines have won’ or ‘in the name of Einstein!’ in exaggerated Tom Baker-esque voices.”
24-year-old Emma Bradford took a scientist on a date to see Gravity: “Instead of putting his hand up my jumper he said things like ‘I’d like to know how Sandra’s decidedly terrestrial underwear is going to process her bodily waste’.
“We went to Pizza Express after and he made explanatory diagrams with olives for satellites and strips of pepper indicating gravitational forces.”
Bradford’s scientist date Julian Cook said: “Hollywood is making a mockery of the fundamental laws of the universe.
“I must highlight that even if it means going home alone, to a milky drink and ten minutes of Babestation, every night until I die.”