Every couple of months, some New York theater revives Stanley Kubrick's 2001. It's as certain as apes evolving into bone-wielding killers, or humanity developing commercial Earth-to-moon space flights by the end of the 20th century. (Or not.) This year, the inevitable revival of that trip beyond the infinite at last landed on a screen with the space to fit all that infinity on it—the new 35-by-19-foot Steinberg Screen at the BAM Harvey Theater, where 745 seats in an artfully distressed movie palace await you for revivals and new releases, both 3D and 2D. People tend to sit in the middle section, but trust us, the sides are fine, even if the angle at first seems a little odd. Every seat's a good one.

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