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2001: A Space Odyssey
Considering that we’re pretty much outnumbered by ominously glowing iDoodads these days, cultivating a healthy fear of technology is probably a wise investment. After all, the moment you get complacent with your Kindle, that’s when the bastard gets you. Revisit the original work of digital panic with the Brattle Theatre’s screening of 2001: A Space Odyssey. Somewhere between the murder-monkies and the giant space baby, there’s some solid anti-AI propaganda. ìI can’t let you do that, Dave,î indeed. Letting a computer call you by your Christian name. Just disgraceful, that’s what it is.
[Sun. 3.6.11. 40 Brattle St., Harvard Sq., Cambridge. 617.876.6837. 7pm/all ages/$9.75, $7.75 students. brattlefilm.org]