All that fuss over a dumb boy! Just kidding; this is delightful.
What a disappointment. There are virtually no thrillingly dangerous stunts until the end, which should be the whole reason for this movie's existence.
On top of that, the score is appalling, and the female characters are treated like garbage (with one literally tortured at one point).
If any excuse were necessary to rewatch Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey, a new print projected in a proper theater would certainly be it.
To mark the film's 50th anniversary, Warner Bros. commissioned filmmaker and Kubrick aficionado Christopher Nolan to create a set of new 70mm prints. Nolan's team located an intact 70mm preservation print, and strove to reproduce its inherent color and picture quality without digital effects. In theory, this new version of the film would be closer…