Rating: 10 stars
Seen 2 times
Seen on: 12/14/2020, 02/16/2013 (rewatch)
Humanity finds a mysterious object buried beneath the lunar surface and sets off to find its origins with the help of HAL 9000, the world’s most advanced super computer.
Rated G | Length 149 minutes
Keir Dullea | Gary Lockwood | William Sylvester | Daniel Richter | Leonard Rossiter | Margaret Tyzack | Robert Beatty | Sean Sullivan | Douglas Rain | Vivian Kubrick | Bill Weston | Alan Gifford | Frank Miller | Ann Gillis | Ed Bishop | Edwina Carroll | Penny Brahms | Burnell Tucker | Glenn Beck | Heather Downham | John Clifford | Terry Duggan | Mike Lovell | John Ashley | Jimmy Bell | David Charkham | Simon Davis | Jonathan Daw | Péter Delmár | David Fleetwood | Danny Grover | Brian Hawley | David Hines | Tony Jackson | John Jordan | Scott MacKee | Laurence Marchant | Darryl Paes | Joe Refalo | Andy Wallace | Bob Wilyman | Richard Woods | Martin Amor | S. Newton Anderson | Sheraton Blount | Ann Bormann | Julie Croft | Penny Francis | Kenneth Kendall | Marcella Markham | Irena Marr | Krystyna Marr | Kim Neil | Jane Pearl | Penny Pearl | Kevin Scott | John Swindells | Maggie d'Abo | Chela Matthison | Judy Kiern
the 4K in the home theater did not disappoint! I’d still prefer it in 70mm in a theater but this is the second best option!