Where was this scientifically inaccurate "sound"?
I just came back from the movie. In most of the scenes with sound, the character was in physical contact with a vehicle. Since humans can "hear" just fine through bone conduction (eg bone conduction speakers), this is not unrealistic.
For example, when the micro-meteor shower came by, the ISS would be positively "screaming" to anyone in physical contact because of the bombardment from the shower of particles too small to see -- the "micro" in micro-meteorites.
I can certainly nit pick -- Sandra Bullock had surprisingly strong hands and was improbably good with a fire extinguisher --
... but folks, it's a movie. By Hollywood standards, the physics gets an A+. Indeed, the fateful scene between Sandra Bullock and George Clooney would make a fine for a freshman physics final.