2001: A Space Odyssey
Warner's "2000 digital remaster" DVD edition provides the best-ever opportunity to gaze into its widescreen navel and ponder and argue and contemplate its deeper layers of meaning as often as you like or to just cook up some popcorn and enjoy it for the simple pleasures of doing so. This DVD is part of Warner's June 2001 "Stanley Kubrick Collection," which improves on the June 1999 Warner DVD (and identical 1998 MGM DVD) with a beautifully restored picture (anamorphic 2.20:1), and Dolby Digital 5.1 audio it's the finest the film's ever looked and sounded on home video. However, dropped from the remaster is the question-and-answer supplement with Arthur C. Clarke, which can only be found on the previous, out-of-print Warner/MGM incarnations. Snap-case.