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mother vengeance 🦇 Nov 25
Life imitates art (whoever put a monolith in Utah, I love you)
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Nick 12h
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theboysinthelab Dec 2
2001 has the only monolith that matters, here is a piece I did for it from way back. Daisy, Daisy...
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Cinephilia & Beyond Nov 24
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TSA Nov 30
🚨🚨giveaway🚨🚨 if like me you havnt seen this film yet here’s your chance. and your fave for your chance to win!! Good luck!!!!
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Lady Alexandra Romana W Shepiro💄💋🌈❤️ 4h
I wonder if all these monolith sightings lately are a precursor to a new sequel to 2001: A Space Odyssey and 2010: The Year we make contact.
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Jose Saenz 14h
I’m sorry but people who say is boring really don’t understand the concept of abstract storytelling. It’s their opinion and I respect people with legit criticisms of the film - and for the record it ISNT Kubrick best film - but y’all act mad basic with this.
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Tom Dempsey Nov 24
The real question: what does the monolith represent in ?
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James Brown Dec 2
With all these sitings, it felt rude not to..
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Ed Vicenzi🔬⚛️ Nov 24
This seems an awful lot like the discovery of monoliths in ... "A Weird Monolith Is Found in the Utah Desert" 🛸
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MΛЯƧ MΣDIƬΛƬIӨП Nov 25
chose the best way to connect to
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Fulton the Author Nov 24
Replying to @MagicalOverload
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SensCritique Dec 1
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Craig Robertson Dec 1
There is a monolith in my backyard
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Hosi Nov 28
Replying to @nytimes
you mean this? (the movie)
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Stanley Kubrick Dec 1
"Its origin and purpose are still a total mystery."
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Sarah Faichney Nov 30
that's out of this world? Arthur C. Clarke's Published in 1968 and still delighting readers today.
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filmandfurniture Dec 2
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UFOseeker 12h
I am convinced this whole thing will go down as one of the best art installations of all time. We are the monkeys from
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Mario B. Lopez Dec 2
Replying to @sliccardo
Think it’s time to rewatch
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