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2001 and Beyond the Infinite
== An Essay by Modemac == : '''Copyright (c) 1996 - 2019 by Modemac (firstname.lastname@example.org)''' (Hosted . . . '''[[2010 - The Year We Make Contact]]''' * '''[[Works Cited]]''' <blockquote> <table A/l> . . .
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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 . . . will always stand alone. ---- * '''View [[Works Cited]]''' * '''Return to [[2001 and Beyond the . . .
7K - last updated 2006-03-13 16:21 by Modemac
Jupiter and Beyond the Infinite
And now, at long last, the ''Discovery'' has arrived at Jupiter. Dave now knows the true purpose of the . . . in cinematic history. Roger Ebert states [[[Works Cited|1]]] that in some movies, a vague and unexplained . . . mystery that we cannot solve. (An aside: in ''[[Works Cited|The Making of Kubrick's 2001]],'' Kubrick . . .
14K - last updated 2006-03-23 20:53 by Modemac
''The Blue Danube'' floats gently across the screen, calming the audience down and instilling an atmosphere . . . ships to appear on the screen, according to ''[[Works Cited|Making of 2001]],'' are the nuclear weapons . . . "zipped around like props on Captain Video," [[[Works Cited|1]]] the illusion of realism would be destroyed. . . .
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The Dawn of Man
The original theatrical screening of ''2001'' included a three-minute musical overture set against a . . . signify an important event in human history. ''[[Works Cited|Filmguide to 2001]]'' offers an additional . . . even after four million years of history. ''[[Works Cited|The Making Of Kubrick's 2001]]'' states . . .
14K - last updated 2006-03-27 19:15 by Modemac