The Gravitational Force (GF) is the force that pulls two objects towards each other. If an object has a large mass, it will pull other objects towards it. One example of GF is the earth and the moon. The earth has a way larger mass than the moon, resulting in the moon being drawn towards it. Still, the moon's gravitational pull affects the earth's seas and oceans, causing tides.
We also have GF towards objects, but it is too small to notice because of the force of the earth. If we were to be closer to an object with a higher mass than the earth, then we would be pulled towards it rather than towards the earth.