What do you think you're doing?— Ben Aaronovitch
Famous Space Odyssey quotations
The road to success is dotted with many tempting parking spaces.
Behind every man now alive stand thirty ghosts, for that is the ratio by which the dead outnumber the living.
In the future, search engines should be as useful as HAL in the movie 2001: A Space Odyssey-but hopefully they won't kill people.
Silence gives you space.
Take a stress pill and think things over-- HAL in 2001
If you take 2001: A Space Odyssey as an example of somebody who creates a new language in film by what he was able to accomplish with art direction, photography, lighting, etc., it is still a gold standard for science fiction.
I watch 2001: A Space Odyssey every time it’s on.
I made the kids watch it every time, too, and now they just love watching it. Stanley Kubrick’s great. And Blade Runner is one of my top three science fiction films. A lot of it has come true.
Art is how we decorate space; Music is how we decorate time.
I think it's like that for people who don't remember 1969 first-hand.
It's that sense of 'old hat.' Of 'been there, done that.' Space shuttles, space stations, communications satellites, GPS - they're all part of our everyday, taken-for-granted world in 2009, not part of an incredible odyssey.
Open the pod bay doors, Hal.
My odyssey to become an astronaut kind of started in grad school, and I was working, up at MIT, in space robotics-related work; human and robot working together.
I am choosing happiness over suffering. I'm making space for the unknown future to fill up my life with yet-to-come surprises.
The time was fast approaching when Earth, like all mothers, must say farewell to her children.
Good morning, Dr. Chandra. This is Hal. I am ready for my first lesson.
Standing beneath the white light of an Apple store is like standing on a Stanley Kubrick movie set. His '2001: A Space Odyssey' predicted Jobs and a future where technology was our friend. Kubrick, of course, didn't like what he saw. And occasionally, I have my doubts.
The road to success is lined with many tempting parking spaces.
A voice expressing emotion in a musical way moves on.
It's like the finale of the movie 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) - the world turns in on itself, as a universe unto itself, in the shape of one human being.
My review of 2001, the year, is the same as my review of 2001: A Space Odyssey.
It went on too long, it was hard to follow, and you could only enjoy it if you were really, really, *really* stoned.
Young people today are flooded with disconnected images but lack a sympathetic instrument to analyze them as well as a historical frame of reference in which to situate them. I am reminded of an unnerving scene in Stanley Kubrick's epic film, 2001: A Space Odyssey, where an astronaut, his air hose cut by the master computer gone amok, spins helplessly off into space.
Don't let negative and toxic people rent space in your head. Raise the rent and kick them out!
2001: A Space Odyssey was a wonderful conundrum when I was a boy, with its giant concepts thrown across the giant screen at Indian Hills Theater. That movie woke me up in ways that I hadn't imagined, and I went searching for book versions of the same drug.
Christopher Nolan’s 168-minute odyssey through the space-time continuum is stuffed with stuff of bewildering wrongness.