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2010: The Year We Make  Contact (Blu-ray) (BD) 2010: The Year We Make Contact (Blu-ray)

Udgivet 7. april 2009 af Warner Bros. WHV1000046023 / UPC# 883929051069

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Filmens specifikationer
Original titel: 2010: The Year We Make Contact
Dansk titel: Den anden rumrejse
Instruktør: Peter Hyams
Medvirkende:
Heywood Floyd  Roy Scheider
Walter Curnow  John Lithgow
Tanya Kirbuk  Helen Mirren
Dr. Chandra  Bob Balaban
Dave Bowman  Keir Dullea
Caroline Floyd   Madolyn Smith Osborne
Dimitri Moisev.  Dana Elcar
Bowman's Wife  Mary Jo Deschanel
Maxim Brajlovsky  Elya Baskin
Miko Ternovsky  Victor Steinbach
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Stikord: 2001 / 2010
Artificial Intelligence
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2010: The Year We Make Contact

Ni år efter den katastrofale ekspedition til Jupiter bliver en mission samlet, der skal finde ud af helt præcist, hvad der gik galt. Men tiden er knap. Det forladte Discovery rumskib vil ikke kunne holde sit kredsløb omkring planeten særlig meget længere, så for at nå derop i tide må amerikanerne få et lift på det russiske skib Leonov. Vil de finde svarene på deres mange spørgsmål, eller bare flere gåder? Under alle omstændigheder gemmer der sig noget helt specielt på Jupiter.

2010: The Year We Make Contact er en helt anden slags film end sin forgænger på næsten alle tænkelige planer, men det gør ikke noget. Det er en spændende, vellykket 80'er science fiction film, så længe man ikke tænker over, at den hænger sammen med mesterværket 2001: A Space Odyssey.
David

Specielt om denne udgivelse:

  • Audio: Engelsk Dolby TrueHD 5.1
  • Undertekster: Engelsk, dansk, svensk, norsk, finsk, tysk, fransk, italiensk, spansk m.fl.
Special features:
  • Vintage featurette 2010: The Odyssey Continues
  • Theatrical trailer

Brugerne skriver om 2010: The Year We Make Contact :

Anmeldt af Svend Erik, Løkken 17. september 2011
En 2'er
Hvorfor mon Clarke gad skrive en opfølgning til filmen 2001? Mit bud er, at han bl.a. reagerede på de synspunkter om HAL 9000's malfunktion, der fremsattes af filmkritikere verden over. Mange foreslog, at kæmpecomputerens adfærd er Clarks advarsel om at lægge beslutninger i "hænderne" på en chip. Andre mente, at det er hans advarsel om, at selvlærende neurone netværk med menneskelige egenskaber kan blive grebet af ondskab og udøve magtfordrejning.
Hvis jeg forstår Clarke ret, er ingen af delene hans synspunkt. Clarke var bestemt ikke nogen maskinstormer. Hans synspunkt er, at samspillet mellem computer og menneske kan gå galt, fordi mennesket er politisk og løgnagtigt, medens computeren er linær, logisk og uden skjulte dagsordener. Beder man en computer administrere hemmelige agendaer, vil det uvægerligt gå galt - set ud fra det menneskelige, manipulerende synspunkt.
Det gik galt i 2001, hvilket Clarke efterfølgende forklarede tydeligere i bogen: de 2 HAL 9000 maskiner (en på jorden og en i rumskibet) er forbundne af sikkerhedsmæssige årsager men den ene "ved" mere end den anden. Det kan de ikke administrere.

I 2010 uddyber Clarke sit synspunkt ved at lade Dr. Shandra skære problematikken ud i pap for sine amerikanske kolleger.
Desuden benytter Clarke lejligheden til endnu en gang at fortælle om sine forestilllinger om en stor fælles intelligens, der påvirker universets gang.

Filmen bæres dog af andre typiske Clarke-kendetegn som: En minutiøs fremstilling af de tekniske omstændigheder og miljøer, menneskenes behov for og fordele ved at arbejde sammen samt Clarkes livslange mistillid til politik, når denne udøves af mennesker, der udelukkende forfølger egen gruppes mål og ikke magter at se de større linier og muligheder.
Disse ting får Hyams og hans gode besætning fint frem, og det sker i en passende rytme og med superflotte billeder. Helen Mirren får demonstreret, hvor indfølt sans hun har for filmmediet, idet hun finder sin plads i en birolle uden at shine over nogen og uden på nogen måde at forsvinde i billederne. Hun leverer varen.
Med "2010" får vi den ret sjældne 2'er, der kan stå alene, selv om det i udgangspunktet var halsbrækkende gerning at lægge sig op ad en kubrickfilm. Underholdende og sine steder spændende.

Anmeldt af richthofen, Valby 29. juli 2010
Oh my god it's full of stars
Klart værdig efterfølger til 2001.

En af Hyams bedste film.

En bla. fed scene er da Bowman dukker op på sin ex kones tv for at sige farvel. "Hello Betty". Chills.

Anmeldt af lookalot, København K 16. oktober 2009
Dr. Heywood Floyd: I don't know if HAL is homicidal, suicidal, neurotic, psychotic, or just plain broken.

Peter Hyams´ efterfølger til Kubrick´s Mesterværk, er meget mere konventionel end sin forgænger, men det er stadigvæk en-over-middel sci-fi film. Koldkrigstemaet virker dog lidt kikset set med nutidens øjne. Men jeg synes at der er en hel del at komme efter her. Uden tvivl én af Hyams´ allerbedste film.

Bonus Info: én af karaktererne i filmen (Helen Mirren fra Caligula)hedder Kirbuk, som hvis man staver navnet bagfra næsten gir Kubrick.

Candice Bergen lagde stemme til SAL 9000.

Arthur C. Clarke har en cameo; han ses siddende på en bænk foran Det Hvide Hus og fodrer duer.

Både Kubrick og Arthur ses endvidere på forsiden af Time Magazine (henholdsvis den sovjetiske og den amerikanske president!).

Anmeldt af Det Burde Være forbudt At Sælge VHS :) Og Snart Dvd'er, Aalborg SØ 30. august 2009
udemærket efterfølger til 2001

2010 is a 1984 science fiction film released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and directed by Peter Hyams. Its full title is given on posters and DVD releases as 2010: The Year We Make Contact, although the subtitle does not appear in the film itself. 2010 is a sequel to the 1968 film 2001: A Space Odyssey, and is based on Arthur C. Clarke's novel 2010: Odyssey Two, a literary sequel to the film
Plot
The film is set nine years after the mysterious failure of the 800 foot exploration spacecraft USSC Discovery One's mission to Jupiter (depicted in 2001: A Space Odyssey) in which four astronauts died and another disappeared mysteriously into a large, alien Monolith orbiting Jupiter. Dr. Heywood Floyd - who had been the Director of the "National Council on Astronautics" (NCA) during the Discovery mission - has been made the scapegoat, and has since left the NCA to become a university chancellor.

Friction is growing between the United States and the Soviet Union, and both nations are preparing missions to determine what happened to Discovery One. But although the Soviet Alexei Leonov will be ready before the new American spaceship, the Soviets need American astronauts to help investigate the problems with the HAL 9000 on-board supercomputer system, and to ease the diplomatic problems associated with boarding an American spacecraft. The US government reluctantly agrees to a joint mission, since Discovery's orbit destines it to crash into the Jovian moon Io within a few years.

Floyd, who feels responsible for the failed mission, volunteers for the mission himself and recruits two experts on Discovery: Dr. Walter Curnow, one of its designers and builders, and Dr. Chandra, who created the HAL 9000 series of artificial intelligence supercomputers.

The aim of the joint mission is threefold: to find the reason for the mission's failure, to investigate the Monolith in orbit around Jupiter, and to explain David Bowman's disappearance. They suspect that much of this information is locked away in the abandoned Discovery One spaceship and her on-board HAL 9000 computer.

Upon the Leonov's arrival in the Jovian system, Dr. Floyd is awakened early from his hibernation by the Soviet crew because they have detected the chemical signatures of life on the moon Europa. An unmanned probe detects something suggestive of life, but is inexplicably destroyed in a burst of electromagnetic radiation before close-up photos can be taken. Dr. Floyd suspects that it is a warning from someone — or something — to keep away from Europa.

The Discovery One is found abandoned but undamaged, orbiting Jupiter close to the moon Io. After space walking over to it, Curnow reactivates its on-board systems, and Chandra restarts the HAL 9000 computer ("HAL"), which had been deactivated before the Monolith had been found. The Monolith is then rediscovered in the Lagrange point between Jupiter and Io. Cosmonaut Max Brailovsky travels to it in an EVA pod, but is killed by a burst of power that emerges from the Monolith and heads into outer space towards the Earth.

A series of scenes follow in which Dave Bowman, who has been transformed into an incorporeal being, travels to the Earth. He appears on his widow's TV screen and says his final goodbyes and visits his terminally-ill and senile mother in a nursing home, combing her hair, much to her delight, as he had done during his boyhood. She is found dead in her bed shortly afterwards.

Chandra discovers the reason for HAL's malfunction: he had become paranoid after his NSC controllers ordered him to conceal from Bowman and Poole the knowledge that the Discovery mission was about the Monolith mystery. This had conflicted with HAL's basic function: the accurate processing and distribution of information without concealment or distortion. Dr. Floyd is disgusted and denies any knowledge of the secret directive.

Meanwhile, the tensions between the United States and Soviet Union have escalated to what is "technically a state of war". The U.S. government orders Floyd, Curnow and Chandra to leave the Russian spacecraft and move into the Discovery One. On board, Dave Bowman appears to Floyd, warning him that they must leave Jupiter within two days because "something wonderful" will happen. The Monolith suddenly disappears, and a growing black spot appears on the Jovian surface. Telescopic observations reveal that the spot is in fact a vast population of Monoliths, increasing in number at an exponential rate, shrinking Jupiter's volume, increasing its density, and modifying the chemical properties of its atmosphere. Since neither ship can reach the Earth with an early departure, the two crews work together to use Discovery as a booster rocket for the Leonov. Tension arises when HAL is not told that the Discovery will be left stranded in space, and probably destroyed; Chandra fears that another deception may cause a repeat of HAL's malfunctions. During the countdown Dr. Chandra tells HAL the whole truth, and much to everyone's collective relief, the computer understands that it must sacrifice itself for the human beings on board the Leonov.

The Leonov leaves Jupiter just in time to witness the swarm of Monoliths engulf Jupiter and increase its density to the point that nuclear fusion occurs, transforming Jupiter into a small star. A wave of hot plasma erupts from the forming star, incinerating the Discovery, but failing to destroy the Leonov.

As the Leonov exits its Jovian orbit, HAL is commanded by the mysterious extraterrestrial intelligences to repeatedly broadcast this message toward the Earth:

"ALL THESE WORLDS ARE YOURS EXCEPT EUROPA. ATTEMPT NO LANDING THERE. USE THEM TOGETHER. USE THEM IN PEACE."

Over a montage of images of two Suns in the sky of Earth, Floyd, in voice-over, explains that this miraculous occurrence inspired the American and Soviet leaders to end their stance of war. The film ends with a montage that depicts Europa gradually transforming over millennia from an icy wasteland to a humid jungle covered with plant life and with primordial sounds emanating from the trees. In the final shot, the camera pans across the jungle, eventually settling upon a lagoon where a lone Monolith is standing upright, waiting for intelligent life forms to evolve.

Anmeldt af Monkeyman, København S 27. juli 2007
Something wonderful is happening
Lever selvfølgelig ikke op til dens forgænger, men ''2010'' er meget flot lavet, men desværre også noget kedelig. Men, jeg kunne faktisk alligevel ret godt li' filmen, for den skyder posetiv energi ud af skærmen, og det kan lyde ret underligt, men det var den følelse jeg fik undervejs. Take it or leave it..... men jeg vil gerne anbefale filmen hér, og så må andre gabe i kedsomhed.

Anmeldt af Rasmus, Aalborg SØ 29. oktober 2005
Ok Sequel
Ok sci-fi film som dog aldrig kommer i nærheden af Kubricks 2001: A Space Odyssey. At lave en sequel til et mesterværk er aldrig nemt, men resultatet kunne let være blevet langt værre end det er tilfældet i 2010. Alligevel sidder man dog med en følelse af, at filmen er ret overflødig, idet slutningen på 2001 ikke ligefrem lagde op til sequel.

Anmeldt af Thomas Aquinas, Værløse 19. juli 2005
Lunken
Ikke helt vellykket opfølger på Kubrick´s klassiker, men værd at se. Filmens hovedproblem er et lidt for langsomt tempo, men historien er selvfølgelig dybt fascinerende og man er for så vidt godt underholdt. Men alt for ukarakteristisk til at man kan kalde det en rigtig god film.

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