Watched it for the HAL-sequence, which's amazing, was kinda bored by everything else. Still a very beautiful and haunting trip.
Possibly the greatest film ever made. In terms of spectacle, unmatched by anything.
The genesis of modern day sci-fi. The best of its genre. Visually decades ahead of its time. The SCORE
Some of the fantasy derived from the year this released is lost in today’s typical fantasy. But, none written or shot so well.
This movie is kinda confusing af, but visually it is STUNNING for the moment it was released and it's still is visually great.
Classic, 2001: A Space Odyssey is a must watch.
Amazing if you digest it properly. Don't expect an action thriller. Expect to think.
An absolute trip. Unlike any other film ever made. Slow and not for everyone, but truly one of the greatest ever made.
An epic vision brought to life by the greatest visionary ever to take the mantle of movie making!!! It will leave you in awe even today.
Probably has the most memorable visuals of any movie. This one reaches deeply.
A film that was ahead of it's time, and wasn't afraid to break the rules of cinema to tell it's epic story spanning the entire human race.
It's a classic that's both visually stunning and thought provoking. It will leave you cold, however.
Here Kubrick throws it all out the window and goes for an unique cinematic experience. An enigmatic masterpiece with highly visual scenes.
Stanley Kubrick's slow burn sci-fi epic boasts mind-bending visuals & a terrifyingly sly commentary on man's reliance on technology.
Everything you heard is true. It's a masterpiece. Not for casual film goers. Appreciation for this film has to be earned.
A perfect masterpiece science fiction film.
It was groundbreaking for its time, but it's just SO DAMN SLOW
Slow moving, stunning visuals, a sci-fi classic with a mind bending plot
Slow burn exploration into the meaning of humanity. A Kubrick classic. HAL 9000 is one of the greatest motion picture antagonists.
Really good scifi. Doesn't matter if you don't understand the ending. Most don't.
Fascinating visuals and a thought-provoking narrative. Influence on later films is hard to overstate. Unfortunately some scenes really drag.