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    • 3/1/12

  • HAL 9000 and SAL 9000

    • Max Waller
    • 2/4/11

    I first saw this movie on 31 December 1984 and enjoy hearing SAL 9000 and the reactivation of HAL 9000. I was given a poster of this movie in mid 1984.

  • My God! It's full of stars!

    • Ben Larson
    • 2/3/08

    This is not a film for the stars, although I was impressed by Roy Scheider (All That Jazz, The French Connection, Blue Thunder) and Dame Helen Mirren (The Queen, Gosford Park, The Madness of King George). They really seemed to gel together and made this Sci-Fi epic watchable.Of course the draw of this film is the art and set Decoration by Albert Brenner and Rick Simpson; the costume design by Patricia Norris; the visual effects by Richard Edlund, Neil Krepela, George Jenson, and Mark Stetson; the makeup by Michael Westmore; and the sound by Michael J. Kohut, Aaron Rochin, Carlos DeLarios, and Gene S. Cantamessa. When you have an outstanding combination like that, you know the film is worth watching.

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