2010: The Year We Make Contact

2010: The Year We Make Contact
2010: The Year We Make Contact




111 minutes


Science Fiction and Fantasy



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Although it will forever be overshadowed by the movie that it acts as a sequel to - director Stanley Kubrick's classic 2001: A Space Odyssey - this is actually a solid and entertaining movie in its own right. The story picks up roughly where the original film left off, with the space programmes of America and the Soviet Union joining forces to find out exactly what happened on the spaceship Discovery back in 2001. The answers are sure to amaze you - and while this may not be the masterpiece that the first film was, it's still slick sci-fi fun with some great effects and an absorbing story.


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This film has a few uses of mild bad language.

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