2001: A Space Odyssey - 1968
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2001: A Space Odyssey

Updated: 28 Jul 2020
Directors:
Stanley Kubrick Stanley Kubrick Geoffrey Unsworth Ray Lovejoy H.L. Bird Winston Ryder Arthur C. Clarke Arthur C. Clarke Victor Lyndon Brian Johnson Les Bowie Stanley Kubrick James Liggat Ernest Archer Harry Lange Anthony Masters John Hoesli Robert Cartwright Dick Frift Stuart Freeborn Graham Freeborn Malcolm Stewart Stanley Kubrick Douglas Trumbull Mary Gibson David Wynn-Jones
Actors:
Keir Dullea Gary Lockwood William Sylvester Douglas Rain Daniel Richter Leonard Rossiter Margaret Tyzack Robert Beatty Sean Sullivan Frank Miller Ed Bishop Edwina Carroll Heather Downham Penny Brahms Maggie d'Abo Chela Matthison Judy Kiern Alan Gifford Ann Gillis Vivian Kubrick Kenneth Kendall Kevin Scott Martin Amor Bill Weston Glenn Beck Mike Lovell John Ashley Jimmy Bell David Charkham Simon Davis Jonathan Daw Péter Delmár Terry Duggan David Fleetwood Danny Grover Brian Hawley David Hines Tony Jackson John Jordan Scott MacKee Laurence Marchant Darryl Paes Joe Refalo Andy Wallace Bob Wilyman Richard Woods S. Newton Anderson Sheraton Blount Ann Bormann Julie Croft Penny Francis Marcella Markham Irena Marr Krystyna Marr Kim Neil Jane Pearl Penny Pearl Burnell Tucker John Swindells John Clifford
Genre:
Science Fiction, Mystery, Adventure
Country: no data
Year: 1968
2001: A Space Odyssey - 1968
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Humanity finds a mysterious object buried beneath the lunar surface and sets off to find its origins with the help of HAL 9000, the world's most advanced super computer.
Director, Screenwriter, Designer
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8 months ago
It’s like a monolith to me, that movie. Every time it’s re-shown in theaters, I always go. Star Wars was a big hit in 1977 which created a big sci-fi boom. So 2001 came to Japan, and I saw it in theaters when I was in middle school. Before experiencing that, I was just listening to radio dramas. I read the original novel, but the movie was totally different. I didn’t really understand it the first time. Now, I have a different interpretation every time I watch it. As a creator, I have periods of difficult times, but whenever I feel particularly in need of a pick-me-up, I watch 2001. It’s a perfect movie for me. It was a real space experience. Exploration even before man went to the moon. I always wanted to be an astronaut when I was a kid, but Japan doesn’t have NASA. You had to go either to USSR or China. Although I felt like I had to give up on the dream of becoming an astronaut, when I saw 2001: A Space Odyssey, I felt like I really went to outer space. It’s a life-changing movie because it made me feel like I accomplished a dream.
Scientist, TV presenter, Interviewer
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11 months ago
Perhaps the first film to be all about the discovery of alien intelligence yet not show what it looks like, knowing that our imagination could surely do a better job than Hollywood. In any case, it was a visual orgy of space travel and space exploration that we remain far from achieving, even 13 years after the 33 years-in-the-future it portrayed.
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10 months ago
I can’t get enough of 2001 even in 2019. Hanx
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10 months ago
"In England, it was always presumed that it was written about the space landing, because it kind of came to prominence around the same time. But it actually wasn't," he later said. "It was written because of going to see the film 2001, which I found amazing... it was really a revelation to me."
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10 months ago
That piece, that specific piece, signifies a lot of stuff. It's the piece at the beginning of "2001: A Space Odyssey".
Actor
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11 months ago
Hi Ben, what are a few of your favorite comfort movies that are nostalgic to you and you never tire of? Ghostbusters. Loads of John Hughes classics. Annie Hall. annnnnd 2001 Space Odyssey!!
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10 months ago
And then there is 2001: A Space Odyssey, kind of the one that I always get back to.
Writer, Scientist
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6 months ago
The top tens were voted for by a panel of sixty scientists including Richard Dawkins, evolutionary biologist, Oxford University; Steven Pinker, psychologist, Harvard; Steven Rose, neuroscientist, Open University and Steve Jones, geneticist, UCL.
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5 months ago
What is your favorite film? 2001: A Space Odyssey.
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4 months ago
Scene i wish was in the movie '2001'. "What are you doing, Dave?""I'm putting you to sleep, Hal.""Dave... Will i drool?" [;^]