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2001: A Space Odyssey

2001: A Space Odyssey

The Ultimate Trip.

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.

Release Date : 02 Apr, 1968
Duration : 2h 29m
Science Fiction Mystery Adventure
Vote Average : 8.076 Vote Count : 9,513 Popularity : 44.567

Top Billed Casting

  • Keir Dullea

    Keir Dullea

    Dr. David Bowman

    (Acting)

  • Gary Lockwood

    Gary Lockwood

    Dr. Frank Poole

    (Acting)

  • William Sylvester

    William Sylvester

    Dr. Heywood Floyd

    (Acting)

  • Douglas Rain

    Douglas Rain

    HAL 9000 (voice)

    (Acting)

  • Daniel Richter

    Daniel Richter

    Moonwatcher

    (Acting)

  • Leonard Rossiter

    Leonard Rossiter

    Dr. Andrei Smyslov

    (Acting)

  • Margaret Tyzack

    Margaret Tyzack

    Elena

    (Acting)

  • Robert Beatty

    Robert Beatty

    Dr. Ralph Halvorsen

    (Acting)

  • Sean Sullivan

    Sean Sullivan

    Dr. Roy Michaels

    (Acting)

  • Frank Miller

    Frank Miller

    Mission Controller

    (Acting)

  • Ed Bishop

    Ed Bishop

    Aries-1B Lunar Shuttle Captain

    (Acting)

  • Edwina Carroll

    Edwina Carroll

    Aries-1B Stewardess

    (Acting)

  • Heather Downham

    Heather Downham

    Stewardess

    (Acting)

  • Penny Brahms

    Penny Brahms

    Stewardess

    (Acting)

  • Maggie d'Abo

    Maggie d'Abo

    Stewardess

    (Acting)

  • Chela Matthison

    Chela Matthison

    Stewardess

    (Acting)

  • Judy Kiern

    Judy Kiern

    Voiceprint Identification Girl

    (Acting)

  • Alan Gifford

    Alan Gifford

    Poole's Father

    (Acting)

  • Ann Gillis

    Ann Gillis

    Poole's Mother

    (Acting)

  • Vivian Kubrick

    Vivian Kubrick

    Floyd's daughter (uncredited)

    (Acting)

  • Kenneth Kendall

    Kenneth Kendall

    BBC-12 Announcer

    (Acting)

  • Kevin Scott

    Kevin Scott

    Miller

    (Acting)

  • Martin Amor

    Martin Amor

    Interviewer Martin Amor

    (Acting)

  • Bill Weston

    Bill Weston

    Astronaut

    (Acting)

  • Glenn Beck

    Glenn Beck

    Astronaut

    (Acting)

  • Mike Lovell

    Mike Lovell

    Astronaut

    (Acting)

  • John Ashley

    John Ashley

    Ape

    (Acting)

  • Jimmy Bell

    Jimmy Bell

    Ape

    (Acting)

  • David Charkham

    David Charkham

    Ape

    (Acting)

  • Simon Davis

    Simon Davis

    Ape

    (Acting)

  • Jonathan Daw

    Jonathan Daw

    Ape

    (Acting)

  • Péter Delmár

    Péter Delmár

    Ape

    (Acting)

  • Terry Duggan

    Terry Duggan

    Ape Attacked by Leopard

    (Acting)

  • David Fleetwood

    David Fleetwood

    Ape

    (Acting)

  • Danny Grover

    Danny Grover

    Ape

    (Acting)

  • Brian Hawley

    Brian Hawley

    Ape

    (Acting)

  • David Hines

    David Hines

    Ape

    (Acting)

  • Tony Jackson

    Tony Jackson

    Ape

    (Acting)

  • John Jordan

    John Jordan

    Ape

    (Acting)

  • Scott MacKee

    Scott MacKee

    Ape

    (Acting)

  • Laurence Marchant

    Laurence Marchant

    Ape

    (Acting)

  • Darryl Paes

    Darryl Paes

    Ape

    (Acting)

  • Joe Refalo

    Joe Refalo

    Ape

    (Acting)

  • Andy Wallace

    Andy Wallace

    Ape

    (Acting)

  • Bob Wilyman

    Bob Wilyman

    Ape

    (Acting)

  • Richard Woods

    Richard Woods

    Ape Killed by Moon-Watcher

    (Acting)

  • S. Newton Anderson

    S. Newton Anderson

    Young Man (uncredited)

    (Acting)

  • Sheraton Blount

    Sheraton Blount

    (uncredited)

    (Acting)

  • Ann Bormann

    Ann Bormann

    (uncredited)

    (Acting)

  • Julie Croft

    Julie Croft

    (uncredited)

    (Acting)

  • Penny Francis

    Penny Francis

    (uncredited)

    (Acting)

  • Marcella Markham

    Marcella Markham

    (uncredited)

    (Acting)

  • Irena Marr

    Irena Marr

    Russian Scientist (uncredited)

    (Acting)

  • Krystyna Marr

    Krystyna Marr

    Russian Scientist (uncredited)

    (Acting)

  • Kim Neil

    Kim Neil

    (uncredited)

    (Acting)

  • Jane Pearl

    Jane Pearl

    (uncredited)

    (Acting)

  • Penny Pearl

    Penny Pearl

    (uncredited)

    (Acting)

  • Burnell Tucker

    Burnell Tucker

    TMA-1 Site Photographer (uncredited)

    (Acting)

  • John Swindells

    John Swindells

    TMA-1 Site Technician #1 (uncredited)

    (Acting)

  • John Clifford

    John Clifford

    TMA-1 Site Technician #2 (uncredited)

    (Acting)

Status

Released


Original Language

English


Production Country

United Kingdom


Budget

12,000,000


Revenue

71,923,560

Reviews

A review by markuspm

Written by markuspm on 23 Dec, 2013

There are many great predictions hinting to future (it is from 1968 - can you believe it?) innovations throughout the movie. I might not have found all them because I keep falling asleep while watching it but I will keep trying to find them all....

A review by izgzhen

Written by izgzhen on 28 Sep, 2017

I believe that we should call it a modernism show, albeit exhibited in the form of a movie. While it might feel "boring", it forces you to rethink what philosophical level that a two-hour film can achieve. The focus on questions about life, intelligence, and time, is worth more attention than the sc...

A review by tmdb47633491

Written by tmdb47633491 on 18 May, 2018

The eighth wonder of the world. Easily 30+ viewings since I was a little kid. Nothing new to say here; simply wanted to add another pair of hands to the ocean of applause for my absolute favorite thing, the only indisputably perfect movie, the answer to the question of Is Life Worth Living, Man's gr...

A review by Per Gunnar Jonsson

Written by Per Gunnar Jonsson on 27 Jan, 2019

I got this movie recently when it came out on Ultra HD Blu-ray simply because it was missing in my collection and, being a Sci-Fi fan, missing 2001 in my collection simply would not do. It is a movie that was made to rely almost entirely on the visuals. It could be said that it is a visual symphony ...

A review by Wuchak

Written by Wuchak on 08 Apr, 2021

_**Inscrutable space science-fiction as cinematic art**_ The discovery of an ancient extraterrestrial monolith on the Moon leads to a mission to Jupiter, but the astronauts have unexpected complications with their vessel’s onboard computer, HAL 9000. William Sylvester plays an official of US As...