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it was very boarding and could not watch the whole thing. I was falling asleep after the first 5 min. of the movie and even when I was up I wanted to do other stuff.Published 13 hours ago by Eiaine H.
Good special FX for the '60s. Nice looking sets & music score for the time period. However, this film is long and laborious to watch. Narcissistic Art-Film with no editing. Read morePublished 4 days ago by pen_name_980
As has been said so many times before, 2001 is a masterpiece in every way but one. I thought the traveling through the black hole segment was too extensive and could have been... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Carnagie Thornhill
The seller had the picture of the LaserDisc version of the Criterion edition of 2001: A Space Odyssey and no indication at all that this was something else. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Suangporn Jaturaphut
I rated it "OK", but I still purchased it. It isn't one the greatest movies ever, but is a science fiction classic all the same. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Michael Ratliff
Saw this when I was a kid. Didn't understand it. Just read the book and re-watched it. This movie is basically incomprehensible. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Russ S.
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|Amazon is stupid||
Same here. One semi-workaround is to search the reviews using "blu-ray" as your search key. It's not perfect, but it weeds out a lot of the SD garbage.
Jan 23, 2008 by Michael P. Stewart | See all 23 posts
|Is paying extra for old movies in hd worth it?||
Almost all movies since the dawn of motion picture have been shot on 35mm film. All new hollywood movies are still shot with 35mm cameras. Only a few movies have been shot on HD cameras, like the new starwars movies. HD cameras have a LOWER resolution than 35mm cameras meening that yes old movies... Read More
Oct 18, 2007 by Sir moviefan | See all 22 posts
|Quality of BluRay Disc||
"2001:" Looks OUTSTANDING.
That's my opinion, at least.
When I show off to others the capability of what a Blu-ray disc can do,
this is the title I use.
It is definitely a major step up from the early DVD's,
including some great special features.
If you read the reviews,
you may... Read More
Jan 5, 2009 by Addison Brodrick | See all 52 posts
|What is this film saying?||
I think the singular meaning that you're seeking just doesn't exist. This film is made in a way that forces one to ponder it's meaning, I think that it was never intended to be fully explained. That's the simple beauty in a film like this, it says so much without saying much at all. I think the... Read More
Dec 11, 2008 by Jason Torrey | See all 73 posts
|Something Got Chopped||
In regards to the uneducated 2.35:1 zealot reviewer, as a Director of Photography, I can state unequivocally that 2001 is supposed to be in 2.20:1 aspect ratio. It was shot in 2.20:1. It was not shot in Cinemascope (or anamorphic Panavision), which is 2.35:1. It was shot with straight lenses in... Read More
Nov 10, 2010 by Gerry | See all 13 posts
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