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2001: A Space Odyssey (Drury @ the Moxie)

  • Starring: Gary Lockwood, Keir Dullea
  • Director: Stanley Kubrick
  • Genre(s): Adventure, Sci-Fi, Mystery
  • Rating: G
  • Running Time: 141 min.

2001: A Space Odyssey is a countdown to tomorrow, a road map to human destiny, a quest for the infinite. To begin his voyage into the future, Kubrick visits our prehistoric ape-ancestry past, then leaps millenia (via one of the most mind-blowing jump cuts ever conceived) into colonized space, and ultimately whisks astronaut Bowman (Dullea) into uncharted realms of space, perhaps even into immortality. “Open the pod bay doors, HAL.” Let the awe and mystery of a journey unlike any other begin. (Warner Bros.)

Tickets are $6 and Free for Members Seating is first come, first serve.
There will be a 40 min post-show discussion with Dr. Chris Panza.

Drury @ the Moxie

Saturday, Oct. 28 @ 1pm 2001: A Space Odyssey - Dr. Chris Panza

Saturday, November 11 @ 1pm Les Visteurs (1992) - Shelley Wolbrink

Saturday, November 18 @ 1pm
Where Do We Go Now? (2011 ) - Mouhcine El Hajjami

"Arguably the greatest science fiction movie ever made."
- Matt Zoller Seitz, New York Press
"It is an extraordinary, obsessive, beautiful work of art."
- Michael Wilmington, Chicago Tribune
"Part space opera, part cinematic symphony and part horror story, the film is a shape-shifting painting."
- Phil Villarreal, Arizona Daily Star
"Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey is some sort of great film, and an unforgettable endeavor. Technically and imaginatively, what he put into it is staggering."
- Penelope Gilliatt, New Yorker
"For all the essential coldness of Kubrick's vision, it demands attention as superior sci-fi, simply because it's more concerned with ideas than with Boy's Own-style pyrotechnics."
- Geoff Andrew, Time Out
"You can watch 2001 as a visual journey with nary a thought for what's under the surface or you can plunge into this vortex of interpretations. The great thing about 2001 is that either approach works fine. That's why it endures"
- Desson Thomson, Washington Post