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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 . . . his liking for my Web site ''[[2001 and Beyond the Infinite]].'' This fellow stated that he . . . Jupiter and Beyond The Infinite] : The finale of ''2001'' . . .
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2001 and Beyond the Infinite
== An Essay by Modemac == : '''Copyright (c) 2006 by Modemac (email@example.com)''' (Hosted by [[Cast . . . Dawn of Man]]''' * '''[[TMA-1]]''' * '''[[Jupiter Mission - 18 Months Later]]''' * '''[[Jupiter . . . and Beyond the Infinite]]''' * '''[[2010 - The Year We . . . 2000 to December 2000] : [[Talk about 2001 and Beyond the Infinite]] Discuss the movie at the [http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0062622/bard/threads . . . read and contribute to the [[Talk about 2001 and Beyond the Infinite|2001 and Beyond the Infinite Guest . . .
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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 . . . your H.A.L. 9000 computer. Now that you are in Jupiter space, and the entire crew is revived, it can . . . to Earth for him; the Aliens change the planet Jupiter by creating millions of copies of the original . . . [[Works Cited]]''' * '''Return to [[2001 and Beyond the Infinite]]''' . . .
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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 . . . Japetus, while in the movie the destination is Jupiter. Hal (the computer) opens the airlock doors . . . [[The Dawn of Man]]''' * '''Return to [[2001 and Beyond the Infinite]]''' . . .
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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 . . . awaken until ''Discovery'' reaches the planet Jupiter. We are also introduced to the caretaker of . . . his survival - in this case, on the voyage to Jupiter. He maintains all life support, keeps the ship . . . revealed that there is a secret purpose to the Jupiter mission, that even Frank and Dave do not know . . . prime directive -- his raison d'etre -- is the Jupiter mission. Hal knows that if he were to malfunction, . . .
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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 . . . Jupiter mission, and he knows what the three other . . . has fallen onto the his shoulders. The shots of Jupiter and its moons are impressive. Ligeti's unearthly . . . moment is imminent. Whatever happens here at Jupiter will have a lasting effect on human development. . . . that indicates a landmark in human history. Jupiter and all of its moons are in conjunction, lining . . .
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''The Blue Danube'' floats gently across the screen, calming the audience down and instilling an atmosphere . . . the lunar dawn." ---- * '''Read Part 3: [[Jupiter Mission - 18 Months Later]]''' * '''Return . . . to [[2001 and Beyond the Infinite]]''' . . .
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The Dawn of Man
The original theatrical screening of ''2001'' included a three-minute musical overture set against a . . . alignment of the Sun, the Moon, and Earth, or of Jupiter and its moons, was used throughout the film . . . Part 2: [[TMA-1]]''' * '''Return to [[2001 and Beyond the Infinite]]'' . . .
14K - last updated 2006-03-27 19:15 by Modemac