Descriptive and evaluative reviews of the movie.
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A small assortment of reviews.
A review of Leonard F. Wheat's book on a triple allegory in 2001, a movie that "tells three hidden stories: Homer's The Odyssey; a spoofy tale based on science-fiction writer Arthur C. Clarke's idea of man-machine symbiosis; and Friedrich Nietzsche's Thus Spake Zarathustra."
A positive review of the remastered DVD.
An extensive review, synopsis, and discussion of the film, by Tim Dirks.
New York Times
A very positive evaluation, published the day after the movie opened in 1968. Free registration required.
A dozen reviews and reactions from critics. Includes some general movie information.
The Sci-Fi Movie Page: 2001 - A Space Odyssey
Review by James O'Ehley.
Ebert's Great Movies
Commentary and analysis from film critic Roger Ebert. "The genius is not in how much Stanley Kubrick does in '2001: A Space Odyssey,' but in how little." (March 27, 1997)
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