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2001 - A Space Odyssey
[[2001 and Beyond the Infinite]] : I've done a fair amount of online writing about movies of all sorts . . . about one of my all-time favorite films, ''2001: A Space Odyssey.'' If I can track down my original . . . and other movies. [http://www.underview.com/2001.html Underman's 2001] : In the middle of February, . . . expressing his liking for my Web site ''[[2001 and Beyond the Infinite]].'' This fellow stated . . . "I wouldn't mind, but why not put up your own ''2001'' page and invite people to comment on it?" The . . .
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2001 and Beyond the Infinite
== An Essay by Modemac == : '''Copyright (c) 2006 by Modemac (email@example.com)''' (Hosted by [[Cast . . . Web page was founded on January 20, 1996.) ''2001: A Space Odyssey'' is one of my all-time favourite . . . into people who say that they don't understand ''2001.'' Some of the things I've heard from people include: . . . ad infinitum. I am amazed that the story of ''2001'' is misunderstood by so many; to me, the story . . . of those who say they still don't understand ''2001,'' I have written this essay. I don't expect to . . .
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2010 - The Year We Make Contact
In 1984, the sequel to ''2001'' was released. While ''2010'' tried to follow in the footsteps of its . . . abandoned many of the themes put forth in ''2001,'' and it suffered from glaring technical inconsistencies . . . a pen and let it float in mid-air (a homage to ''2001,'' obviously). Director Peter Hyams' technique . . . negated the illusion of realism created in ''2001.'' (In a sterilized environment such as a spaceship, . . . the name of HAL's instructor in the novel of ''2001,'' but in the movie his name is Mr. Langley), . . .
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"Dave. Stop. Stop, Dave. Will you stop, Dave? I'm afraid. I'm afraid, Dave. Dave, my mind is going. I . . . can feel it..." ''2001: A Space Odyssey.'' Of all the science fiction . . . this one stands as the pinnacle of the genre. ''2001'' took the realm of special effects to an unsurpassed . . . by which many movies are measured. Before ''2001,'' futuristic gadgets such as computers or spaceships . . . terms that had no meaning at all. ''2001'' paid such attention to detail that it has been . . .
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Jupiter Mission - 18 Months Later
With the shock of the paralyzing radio voice of the Monolith still ringing in our ears, we are abruptly . . . (The AE-35 unit is explained in the novel ''2001:'' it controls the ship's antenna and keeps ''Discovery'' . . . but he can read their lips. At this point, ''2001'' becomes unique in film history by being the . . . machine ends and the human traits begin. ---- ''2001'' resumes with that most human of sins: murder. . . . fear. Some people have said that the acting in ''2001'' is wooden and stoic; anyone who thinks so should . . .
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Jupiter and Beyond the Infinite
And now, at long last, the ''Discovery'' has arrived at Jupiter. Dave now knows the true purpose of the . . . development; now, all this is abandoned and ''2001'' takes us to a realm uncharted in cinematic history. . . . same music that played during the prologue to ''2001'' and during the Intermission? Definitely not! . . . sound (the music) to complement the images of ''2001.'' Eventually, we see visions of galaxies and . . . what is happening. As with this entire journey "beyond the infinite," it is a mystery that we cannot . . .
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''The Blue Danube'' floats gently across the screen, calming the audience down and instilling an atmosphere . . . screen, according to ''[[Works Cited|Making of 2001]],'' are the nuclear weapons platforms used by . . . and not important to the story of ''2001.'') Even if the satellites are dangerous, however, . . . rate is beause Kubrick wanted space travel in ''2001'' to be as realistic as possible. If, as Roger . . . Ebert mentions, the ships in ''2001'' merely "zipped around like props on Captain . . .
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Talk about 2001 and Beyond the Infinite
'''[http://www.modemac.com/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?action=register Please register a username and password to . . . to supply a real name or email address.''' '''[[2001 and Beyond the Infinite|Click here to return to . . . 2001 and Beyond the Infinite]].''' I'm a college professor . . . who has always been somewhat baffled by 2001 though I loved the film. My theory was somewhat . . . web site by accident, and read your essays on 2001. you took alot of time and effort in writing them . . .
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The Dawn of Man
The original theatrical screening of ''2001'' included a three-minute musical overture set against a . . . become clear later in the film. The tone of ''2001'' is set in the very first scene, before the opening . . . in human history. ''[[Works Cited|Filmguide to 2001]]'' offers an additional explanation of this scene . . . is obvious that they will die soon. The novel ''2001'' states that one of the apes is called Moon-Watcher. . . . point in this scene is vital to the story of ''2001:'' Of all the man-apes in all the world, it would . . .
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The Language of Film
: '''A Homage to Stanley Kubrick''' : by Modemac Like so many others, I have enjoyed Stanley Kubrick's . . . the film? Is the "cosmic light show" of ''[[2001 - A Space Odyssey]]'' really a vision of Life, . . . Films of Stanley Kubrick ---- * '''Return to [[2001 and Beyond the Infinite]]''' . . .
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== 2001: A Space Odyssey == : A novel by Arthur C. Clarke. : Based on a screenplay by Stanley Kubrick . . . : ISBN: [not listed] == The Making of Kubrick's 2001 == : Edited by Jerome Agel. : Published by Signet . . . 0-8264-0422-7 (paperback) == Filmguide to 2001: A Space Odyssey == : by Carolyn Geduld. : Published . . . Catalog Card 77-99900 ---- * '''Return to [[2001 and Beyond the Infinite]]''' . . .
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