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Face-Off: 2001: A Space Odyssey vs. Interstellar

09.22.2015by: Brian Bitner
Ridley Scott's THE MARTIAN hits theaters next weekend (check out our review from TIFF here), adding to the slew of gorgeous looking outer space movies we've been treated to over the past few years. Space is beautiful, terrifying, minimalist, quiet, exciting, and mysterious, so it's no wonder so many films look to explore man's relationship with the unknown. Certainly one of the most influential and celebrated such films is Stanley Kubrick and Arthur C. Clarke's 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY. Both beautiful and bizarre, few films making the journey beyond our atmosphere without taking a page or two out of its book. In particular, Christopher Nolan's INTERSTELLAR seemed in many ways to be a direct descendant of 2001, so this week we're seeing how the 1968 classic holds up against 2014's multi-dimensional epic.
CAST
MISSION
Mysterious monoliths are appearing on the surface of the Earth and its moon. A team of scientists head to Jupiter in the hopes of finding its source. Also, all of human evolution happens.
The Earth is dying. A blight threatens the future of mankind, leading NASA to recruit former astronaut Cooper and a small crew to investigate a wormhole leading to a distant galaxy.
QUOTES
"Eighteen months ago, the first evidence of intelligent life off the Earth was discovered. It was buried forty feet below the lunar surface, near the crater Tycho. Except for a single, very powerful radio emission aimed at Jupiter the four million-year-old black monolith has remained completely inert, its origin and purpose still a total mystery."

"I've got a bad feeling about him."

Dave: Hello, HAL. Do you read me, HAL?
HAL: Affirmative, Dave. I read you.
Dave: Open the pod bay doors, HAL.
HAL: I'm sorry, Dave. I'm afraid I can't do that.
Dave: What's the problem?
HAL: I think you know what the problem is just as well as I do.
Dave: What are you talking about, HAL?
HAL: This mission is too important for me to allow you to jeopardize it.
Dave: I don't know what you're talking about, HAL.
HAL: I know that you and Frank were planning to disconnect me, and I'm afraid that's something I cannot allow to happen.
Dave: Where the hell did you get that idea, HAL?
HAL: Dave, although you took very thorough precautions in the pod against my hearing you, I could see your lips move.
Dave: Alright, HAL. I'll go in through the emergency airlock.
HAL: Without your space helmet, Dave? You're going to find that rather difficult.
Dave: HAL, I won't argue with you anymore! Open the doors!
HAL: Dave, this conversation can serve no purpose anymore. Goodbye.

"I feel much better now. I really do."

"Dave, stop. Stop, will you? Stop, Dave. Will you stop, Dave? Stop, Dave. I'm afraid. I'm afraid, Dave. Dave, my mind is going. I can feel it. I can feel it. My mind is going. There is no question about it. I can feel it. I can feel it. I can feel it. I'm afraid."
"We used to look up at the sky and wonder at our place in the stars. Now we just look down, and worry about our place in the dirt."

"Mankind was born on Earth. It was never meant to die here."

"This world's a treasure, Don; but it's been telling us to leave for a while now."

"Love is the one thing we're capable of perceiving that transcends time and space."

"You know, one of those 'useless' machines they used to make was called an MRI, and if we had any of those left the doctors would have been able to find the cyst in my wife's brain, before she died instead of after, and then she would've been the one sitting here, listening to this instead of me, which would've been a good thing because she was always the... calmer one."

"After you kids came along, your mom, she said something to me I never quite understood. She said, 'Now, we're just here to be memories for our kids.' I think now I understand what she meant. Once you're a parent, you're the ghost of your children's future."

"Today's my birthday. And it's a special one, because you told me... you once told me that by the time you came back we might be the same age. And today I'm the same age you were when you left. So it'd be a real good time for you to come back."

"We've always defined ourselves by the ability to overcome the impossible. And we count these moments. These moments when we dare to aim higher, to break barriers, to reach for the stars, to make the unknown known. We count these moments as our proudest achievements. But we lost all that. Or perhaps we've just forgotten that we are still pioneers. And we've barely begun. And that our greatest accomplishments cannot be behind us, because our destiny lies above us."
SNARKY A.I.
The real star of 2001, the HAL-9000 is one of the most memorable and terrifying examples of artificial intelligence gone wrong. A computer rebelling against humans is always unsettling, but one losing its mind in the process is downright creepy.
TARS and CASE are two of the heroes of NASA's mission and boast very human personalities. While their physicality is fascinating and impressive, the matter-of-factness of their human-like demeanor keeps them from being anywhere close to as notable as HAL.
FINALE
Just a big pile of WTF. One of the most befuddling and talked-about finales to date, 2001 takes human evolution to the next level. Dave defeats HAL, reaches his destination, enters into some sort of alien experimentation facility, grows old, says hi to a monolith, and, obviously, turns into a floating space baby. Whatever your interpretation, there's no question Kubrick and Clarke went balls to the wall with this one.
INTERSTELLAR begins with both a gripping emotional story and some intriguing ideas regarding the fate of our planet. Unfortunately, the plot is whittled down by the end and becomes a bit too Hollywood. Coop was the ghost all along (we guessed that two hours ago), love is the 5th dimension or whatever, and Coop (somehow) makes it back just in time to see his dying daughter. None of it is bad, mind you, it's just a touch too saccharine for a film of this scope and ambition.
DIRECTING
Okay, the big thing we need to address here is how infuriatingly long and slow 2001 is. It's just too much. That said, Kubrick is Kubrick, and the fact that every few minutes we're treated to another beautiful shot or chilling and unique moment goes a long way to make up for this.
Without a doubt, Christopher Nolan is one of the most impressive technical directors working today. From a story perspective, though, his eyes seem to be getting a bit big for his stomach, with movies like THE DARK KNIGHT RISES and INTERSTELLAR sacrificing simplicity or clarity for spectacle and convoluted storylines.
LEGACY
2001 is one of the most referenced and imitated films of all time. Richard Strauss' Thus Spake Zarathustra will never be heard the same way again, and good luck being named Dave without hearing, "I'm sorry, Dave," at least once in a while.
While it certainly has its audience and has received plenty of high praise, INTERSTELLAR already seems to be fading into the background. Some have dismissed it as overrated, while others didn't see it in the first place. Maybe it's due to the rash of outer space movies lately (and it's far too early to tell), but this film doesn't seem to have been a game changer.
ACCOLADES
IMDB: 8.3
Rotten Tomatoes: 96% (Audience Score: 89%)
Metacritic: 86 (User Score: 7.8)
IMDB: 8.7
Rotten Tomatoes: 72% (Audience Score: 85%)
Metacritic: 74 (User Score: 8.4)
2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY
2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY is a challenging, unique mindf*ck of a movie with imagery and dialogue still referenced in film to this day. INTERSTELLAR is, without a doubt, one of the most impressive films in recent memory, and some of the early dramatic moments make 2001 look like puppet theater. Ultimately, though, too many of INTERSTELLAR's plot points and moments feel borrowed from 2001, SUNSHINE, ELYSIUM, and other heavyweights of the genre. For a film involving multi-dimensional travel, gravitational communication, waves larger than mountains, and robots that turn into rolling asterisks, we shouldn't be left with the feeling of, "I've seen this before." All of that said, Christopher Nolan is, of course, an excellent filmmaker, so it takes a legend like Stanley Kubrick just to call it a fair fight.

Agree? Disagree? Which do you prefer?
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10:52AM on 09/23/2015

Interstellar!

Yeah Interstellar! 2001 is good but overrated. I walked out of the theater feeling like I had just seen one of the best films of my life. At no point in the multiple views I have given it have I ever felt even close to that with 2001. I will agree this face off is not fair purely for the fact that Interstellar just came out and has not had the time for people to reflect on it. 2001 wouldn't be getting such a reception If we were having the contest the year after it came out.
Yeah Interstellar! 2001 is good but overrated. I walked out of the theater feeling like I had just seen one of the best films of my life. At no point in the multiple views I have given it have I ever felt even close to that with 2001. I will agree this face off is not fair purely for the fact that Interstellar just came out and has not had the time for people to reflect on it. 2001 wouldn't be getting such a reception If we were having the contest the year after it came out.
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1:26AM on 09/23/2015

2001 by a freaking mile!

Look let's be honest, 2001 paved the way for how science fiction movies are made to this very day. Let's be honest people there would be no Star Wars without 2001. As for Interstellar, I think it tried too much to be like 2001 & while it was visually stunning to watch, the plot was just hard to follow, especially towards the end, For a movie trying to be realistic it went well beyond the realm of fiction.
Look let's be honest, 2001 paved the way for how science fiction movies are made to this very day. Let's be honest people there would be no Star Wars without 2001. As for Interstellar, I think it tried too much to be like 2001 & while it was visually stunning to watch, the plot was just hard to follow, especially towards the end, For a movie trying to be realistic it went well beyond the realm of fiction.
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1:26AM on 09/23/2015

2001 by a freaking mile!

Look let's be honest, 2001 paved the way for how science fiction movies are made to this very day. Let's be honest people there would be no Star Wars without 2001. As for Interstellar, I think it tried too much to be like 2001 & while it was visually stunning to watch, the plot was just hard to follow, especially towards the end, For a movie trying to be realistic it went well beyond the realm of fiction.
Look let's be honest, 2001 paved the way for how science fiction movies are made to this very day. Let's be honest people there would be no Star Wars without 2001. As for Interstellar, I think it tried too much to be like 2001 & while it was visually stunning to watch, the plot was just hard to follow, especially towards the end, For a movie trying to be realistic it went well beyond the realm of fiction.
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6:08PM on 09/22/2015
Yeahhhhhh when you think about each film individually they are quite different, especially overall theme and story. For those who didn't like Interstellar, give it a couple years. Don't watch it in that span and then watch it again, I bet your perception changes
Yeahhhhhh when you think about each film individually they are quite different, especially overall theme and story. For those who didn't like Interstellar, give it a couple years. Don't watch it in that span and then watch it again, I bet your perception changes
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6:03PM on 09/22/2015
Ha, this wasn't even worth the face off! Of course 2001 would win, it's one of the greatest films full stop never mind sci fi's.
Ha, this wasn't even worth the face off! Of course 2001 would win, it's one of the greatest films full stop never mind sci fi's.
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3:34PM on 09/22/2015

Interstellar just doesn't completely work

Christopher Nolan is my favorite filmmaker working today and some sequences of Interstellar are among the best he's ever filmed. The problem is that the film also has some flaws that are immediately apparent on first viewing, which isn't the case with his best work. The whole bit about love being stronger than everything is oddly out of character for a director not known for his sentimentality. The ending needed him to be, if not as cold as Kubrick, at least a little more rational.
Christopher Nolan is my favorite filmmaker working today and some sequences of Interstellar are among the best he's ever filmed. The problem is that the film also has some flaws that are immediately apparent on first viewing, which isn't the case with his best work. The whole bit about love being stronger than everything is oddly out of character for a director not known for his sentimentality. The ending needed him to be, if not as cold as Kubrick, at least a little more rational.
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1:11PM on 09/22/2015

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12:59PM on 09/22/2015

Tied in directing?

Nolan directed interstellar well, sure, but comparing it to the ability that Kubrick demonstrated in 2001 is just laughable. The writing in 2001 is partly what makes it such a thought provoking film to this day - it's the power of visual storytelling and the ideas that came with it that makes 2001 such a landmark. Interstellar is a fine movie hampered by an atrocious ending.
Nolan directed interstellar well, sure, but comparing it to the ability that Kubrick demonstrated in 2001 is just laughable. The writing in 2001 is partly what makes it such a thought provoking film to this day - it's the power of visual storytelling and the ideas that came with it that makes 2001 such a landmark. Interstellar is a fine movie hampered by an atrocious ending.
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11:57AM on 09/22/2015
WTF!! ridiculous face-off choice
WTF!! ridiculous face-off choice
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1:20PM on 09/22/2015
AAAHHH!!!
AAAHHH!!!
11:18AM on 09/22/2015

Interstellar

I respect the influence that 2001 has had, and agree that it was way ahead of its time -- but it just didn't affect me the way it did everyone else. In fact, I found it quite boring at parts. I'm picking Interstellar because of its ambition [in an age of CGI overload and rehashed Hollywood sequels], the story, acting, and visuals -- plus it simply moved me emotionally, unlike any films in recent history. And tbh, I don't know if this is a fair fight. 2001 has been around a long time, and
I respect the influence that 2001 has had, and agree that it was way ahead of its time -- but it just didn't affect me the way it did everyone else. In fact, I found it quite boring at parts. I'm picking Interstellar because of its ambition [in an age of CGI overload and rehashed Hollywood sequels], the story, acting, and visuals -- plus it simply moved me emotionally, unlike any films in recent history. And tbh, I don't know if this is a fair fight. 2001 has been around a long time, and Interstellar just came out. Let the latter film sit a while, and in years it will be viewed as a sci-fic classic.
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11:05AM on 09/22/2015

The most one-sided faceoff in the column's history

Insterstellar is a solid 7.5 out of 10. It's not as masterful as some of Nolan's other films, but is by no means a bad flick, but 2001 is like a 25 out of 10 (and no, that does not say "2.5"). It's like putting Black Mass up against the Godfather.
Insterstellar is a solid 7.5 out of 10. It's not as masterful as some of Nolan's other films, but is by no means a bad flick, but 2001 is like a 25 out of 10 (and no, that does not say "2.5"). It's like putting Black Mass up against the Godfather.
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1:16PM on 09/22/2015
Most one-sided Face-Off? Did you miss True Detective season 1 vs. season 2? I at least had to think about this one!
Most one-sided Face-Off? Did you miss True Detective season 1 vs. season 2? I at least had to think about this one!
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9:13AM on 09/22/2015
"2001": 3/10
INTERSTELLAR: 9/10

I think it would've been more fair to put INTERSTELLAR against GRAVITY.
"2001": 3/10
INTERSTELLAR: 9/10

I think it would've been more fair to put INTERSTELLAR against GRAVITY.
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1:22PM on 09/22/2015
Yeah, I thought about that. I just thought about 2001 so much while watching Interstellar, though, so I wanted to face them off. Maybe The Martian vs. Gravity once the former's had some time to percolate.
Yeah, I thought about that. I just thought about 2001 so much while watching Interstellar, though, so I wanted to face them off. Maybe The Martian vs. Gravity once the former's had some time to percolate.
8:42AM on 09/22/2015
Interstellar is to a degree somewhat beholden to 2001: A Space Odyssey - any film that goes down that psychedelic mind-bending sci-fi route will be, really, and both are great films. I wouldn't say Interstellar surpassed 2001, but it did its own thing and told the story it needed to pretty well. When I saw Interstellar it seemed very much like 2001 crossed with a Twilight Zone / Outer Limits episode, and that's a cool concept which I'm glad Nolan created regardless of his intent. The question
Interstellar is to a degree somewhat beholden to 2001: A Space Odyssey - any film that goes down that psychedelic mind-bending sci-fi route will be, really, and both are great films. I wouldn't say Interstellar surpassed 2001, but it did its own thing and told the story it needed to pretty well. When I saw Interstellar it seemed very much like 2001 crossed with a Twilight Zone / Outer Limits episode, and that's a cool concept which I'm glad Nolan created regardless of his intent. The question is, will Interstellar attain classic status in, say, 10 or 20 years? I'm not sure, but I think it'll be viewed as an important piece of sci-fi cinema for some time, but 2001 set a high enough benchmark for such things that it'll be hard to beat (and the thought of a remake with modern visuals would be both exciting and an awful prospect).
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7:31AM on 09/22/2015

2001: A Space Odyssey, hands down

This is fucking preposterous. I mean, I get that 2001 is not for everybody and it can seem very slow and boring (it's not to me, personally), but making directing a tie? Chris Nolan directed the hell out of Interstellar, he did a phenomenal job, but 2001 is a goddam masterpiece. And as for quotes, in my opinion, the ones cited here for Interstellar are the most overwritten and honestly kinda mediocre. The quotes from 2001, on the other hand, are part of pop culture.
Now, if there'd been a
This is fucking preposterous. I mean, I get that 2001 is not for everybody and it can seem very slow and boring (it's not to me, personally), but making directing a tie? Chris Nolan directed the hell out of Interstellar, he did a phenomenal job, but 2001 is a goddam masterpiece. And as for quotes, in my opinion, the ones cited here for Interstellar are the most overwritten and honestly kinda mediocre. The quotes from 2001, on the other hand, are part of pop culture.
Now, if there'd been a category for "genuine human emotion," Interstellar would have killed 2001 in that, even with the overwrought speeches about love that struck me as corny (but my mom loved). I don't want it to seem like I'm slamming Interstellar, which is a great movie, but man... this is 2001 we're talking about!
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11:07AM on 09/23/2015
No need to apologize! I just wanted to state my case. For every one sentence I write on of one these, about 20 go through my mind, so it's nice to be able to clarify some of my thinking down here!
No need to apologize! I just wanted to state my case. For every one sentence I write on of one these, about 20 go through my mind, so it's nice to be able to clarify some of my thinking down here!
7:35AM on 09/23/2015
Brian, I don't disagree with your right to consider the pacing a flaw, only intending to state my feelings on it! Though perhaps opening with "This is fucking preposterous" was a bit boneheaded of me if I wanted to avoid seeming [link] about that.
You make a good point about the quotes, too. Though I still think the dialogue in Interstellar is a little lame, 2001's famous quotes pretty much DO all come from the same scene, yeah. Though its use of silence is so good, I think I would still
Brian, I don't disagree with your right to consider the pacing a flaw, only intending to state my feelings on it! Though perhaps opening with "This is fucking preposterous" was a bit boneheaded of me if I wanted to avoid seeming [link] about that.
You make a good point about the quotes, too. Though I still think the dialogue in Interstellar is a little lame, 2001's famous quotes pretty much DO all come from the same scene, yeah. Though its use of silence is so good, I think I would still count "Quotes" in its favor. Maybe if the characters in Interstellar stopped speechifying once in a while I'd feel differently!
So yeah, love both movies, and sorry if I seemed confrontational or offended about your choices! You make good points, whether I agree or not, which is the point of things like this. Rock on.
2:24PM on 09/22/2015
I agree it's deliberate, but we'll have to differ in opinion whether or not it's a flaw. I love 2001, but in rewatching it for this column, I was really taken out of it once it started to drag in the last hour. Steven Soderbergh went so far as to recut the film to 31 minutes shorter, so I feel I'm in good company in thinking it's a bit bloated.
I agree it's deliberate, but we'll have to differ in opinion whether or not it's a flaw. I love 2001, but in rewatching it for this column, I was really taken out of it once it started to drag in the last hour. Steven Soderbergh went so far as to recut the film to 31 minutes shorter, so I feel I'm in good company in thinking it's a bit bloated.
2:00PM on 09/22/2015
2001's pacing is not a flaw. It's deliberately slow. You may have a problem with that, but it doesn't make it a flaw.
2001's pacing is not a flaw. It's deliberately slow. You may have a problem with that, but it doesn't make it a flaw.
1:19PM on 09/22/2015
All fair points. I tied the directing simply because both films have their flaws (and 2001's pacing is a huge one), and because Interstellar was such an impressive film effects-wise. I agree, though, a tie may have been a bit generous. I also agree the love quotes are corny, but 2001 basically only has that one scene, where Interstellar has interesting dialogue throughout. You make great points, though, and I don't disagree in the slightest. Thanks for reading!
All fair points. I tied the directing simply because both films have their flaws (and 2001's pacing is a huge one), and because Interstellar was such an impressive film effects-wise. I agree, though, a tie may have been a bit generous. I also agree the love quotes are corny, but 2001 basically only has that one scene, where Interstellar has interesting dialogue throughout. You make great points, though, and I don't disagree in the slightest. Thanks for reading!
5:53AM on 09/22/2015

And there the little matter of

The movie showed us the stars and moon BEFORE we actually landed on the moon! In fact, most of the film spectacle was actual sci-fi (key here is still a story of fiction) and yet how incredibly close (granted using NASA research and Gemini 4 footage) it was to actual space travel. Slow yes, but still a classic for its science fiction eventually become science fact.
The movie showed us the stars and moon BEFORE we actually landed on the moon! In fact, most of the film spectacle was actual sci-fi (key here is still a story of fiction) and yet how incredibly close (granted using NASA research and Gemini 4 footage) it was to actual space travel. Slow yes, but still a classic for its science fiction eventually become science fact.
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5:38AM on 09/22/2015

Can't get through 2001

I consider myself a massive sci-fi fan but 2001 is dull, plodding and boring. I have tried to watch it 5 times and just can't get more than an hour into it.
I appreciate it is considered a classic and this does seem a weird face off.

2010 however is excellent.
I consider myself a massive sci-fi fan but 2001 is dull, plodding and boring. I have tried to watch it 5 times and just can't get more than an hour into it.
I appreciate it is considered a classic and this does seem a weird face off.

2010 however is excellent.
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6:08PM on 09/22/2015
Space is slow. Movement through space is generally slow. 2001 replicates the idea that every movement in a space ship is slow and calculating. You need to let yourself go to it. An hour into the film isn't even the film! There's far more to come!
Space is slow. Movement through space is generally slow. 2001 replicates the idea that every movement in a space ship is slow and calculating. You need to let yourself go to it. An hour into the film isn't even the film! There's far more to come!
7:51AM on 09/22/2015
Wikipedia is my friend.
Wikipedia is my friend.
6:57AM on 09/22/2015
as much as I love 2001, I understand people who says it's boring, really, I do.
and yes, 2010 is excellent and soooo underrated ! but one question : how can you appreciate 2010 without watching entierely 2001 ???? cause in 2010 there are some answers to some 2001 questions...
as much as I love 2001, I understand people who says it's boring, really, I do.
and yes, 2010 is excellent and soooo underrated ! but one question : how can you appreciate 2010 without watching entierely 2001 ???? cause in 2010 there are some answers to some 2001 questions...
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4:31AM on 09/22/2015

Interstellar

2001 is a classic, but I personally enjoyed Interstellar more, as it hit me much harder on an emotional level (McConaughey really knocked it out of the park in all his emotional scenes) and gave me characters I loved and sympathized with. 2001 is a film that I admire and appreciate, but it engages my brain a lot more than my heart. Interstellar engages both equally for me.
2001 is a classic, but I personally enjoyed Interstellar more, as it hit me much harder on an emotional level (McConaughey really knocked it out of the park in all his emotional scenes) and gave me characters I loved and sympathized with. 2001 is a film that I admire and appreciate, but it engages my brain a lot more than my heart. Interstellar engages both equally for me.
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4:30AM on 09/22/2015

how do you dare to compare ?????

2001 is IMHO the greatest movie ever made, Interstellar is a just a very good movie, BUT light years ayaw from Kubrick's masterpiece....
And that Imdb score comparison makes no sense : if internet had existed when 2001 was released, it would have a much higher score ; besides, everybody knows that internet ratings are trolled by fan-boys or haters....
2001 is IMHO the greatest movie ever made, Interstellar is a just a very good movie, BUT light years ayaw from Kubrick's masterpiece....
And that Imdb score comparison makes no sense : if internet had existed when 2001 was released, it would have a much higher score ; besides, everybody knows that internet ratings are trolled by fan-boys or haters....
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4:32PM on 09/22/2015
no, no suggestions, those sites are landmarks
even if I disagree with many points of your article, I respect your passion and your choices, it's very well written and you defend well your opinions. Good job ! Looking forward to the next face off !
A suggestion : The Fighter vs Warrior
no, no suggestions, those sites are landmarks
even if I disagree with many points of your article, I respect your passion and your choices, it's very well written and you defend well your opinions. Good job ! Looking forward to the next face off !
A suggestion : The Fighter vs Warrior
1:23PM on 09/22/2015
Yeah, that's why I try to include several "review" sources. I wish I had a few more to include to make it less weighted on those three sites, though. Any suggestions?
Yeah, that's why I try to include several "review" sources. I wish I had a few more to include to make it less weighted on those three sites, though. Any suggestions?
3:43AM on 09/22/2015
After watching Interstellar a second time (first time in the theater) at home I even more loved the movie. I got hit by all the intense emotions and the drama. Certainly one of my favorite movies of the decade.
2001 is also really great. Seen it a couple of times and love it as a slow paced super-classic.
After watching Interstellar a second time (first time in the theater) at home I even more loved the movie. I got hit by all the intense emotions and the drama. Certainly one of my favorite movies of the decade.
2001 is also really great. Seen it a couple of times and love it as a slow paced super-classic.
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