Evan Ambrose’s review published on Letterboxd:
So, I was recently sent on a top-secret space exploration mission governed by NASA to travel from the beginning to the end of the galactic universe and both I and NASA’s uppermost scientists and crew members can confirm that 2001: A Space Odyssey still makes for the more psychedelic journey.
In the beginning, mankind needed tools to consummate their lives, and in the end, tools became so advanced that they pillaged and surpassed mankind, therefore, leading mankind to have no reason to exist. Now, it seems as if the creation of a new lifeform must commence once more. That is the way of existence. The End. This is the best science-fiction film ever. Period.
🏆 Verdict: A+
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