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Old Aug 22, 2003, 07:00 PM   #31
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This truly was a waste of film-with the exception of the sub-story on Discovery. Too much of a mish-mash of ideas and concepts. Rather than inspire awe toward space, Kubrick makes me feel that it is likely dull or perhaps psychadelic.


You didn't get it, then.
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Old Aug 27, 2003, 04:41 AM   #32
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This truly was a waste of film-with the exception of the sub-story on Discovery. Too much of a mish-mash of ideas and concepts. Rather than inspire awe toward space, Kubrick makes me feel that it is likely dull or perhaps psychadelic.

Too many "ideas and concepts" for your tastes? What was missing space knights?

"Kubrick makes me feel that it is likely dull or perhaps psychadelic."
Space travel is dull? Why, because no ray gun battles?
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Old Sep 21, 2003, 12:42 AM   #33
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If you knew how much better music there was out there, you'd feel like an ass for saying that.



Oh yes there is certainly a lot of music out there. You for example turned me onto King Crimson. But the thing with Pink Floyd is that when WYWH and DsOTM came out in the late 60s/early 70s the world had never heard anything like it, and was utterly amazed. This happened with other bands and people. Like The Beatles, Elvis, Jim Morrison, Nirvana, and Nine Inch Nails. There is a reason Darkside of the Moon had (and I still think Pink Floyd does) the most records ever sold, and made history on the Bilboard charts with 720 weeks on the top of the list. It was diferent and quite uniqe, practically one of a kind. And though the classical music fitted with Odyssey like bread and butter, I still wonder what it would have been like to have Pink Floyd instead.
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Old Oct 2, 2003, 07:08 PM   #34
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Oh certainly, there is. Quite a few. And not becuase they lack talent, just the public's interest. Take a band I like Hollenthon. It's Speed Metal mixed with classical, and is dark fantasy themed. With songs like Lords of Bedlam and Y Draig Goch(really awsome song), You can listen to them here.

This is just one of thousands...

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