Blade Runner is a benchmark for filmmaking.
As ever, this film cannot emulate the greatness of the original novel which inspired it, “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?” by Philip K. Dick. It strips out many elements which were central to the book, such as the empathy shown to artificial vs. real animals and the entire religion ...
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Do Androids Dream?
I don't really know where to begin with this one. It tells the story of Rick Deckard a blade runner who is sent out to capture some escaped replicants (Which are robots). It is set in the future where replicants have been outlawed on the planet Earth. Let me say ...
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I probably shouldn't have waited this long to see it, although at least it's basically the definitive version. Blade Runner's been regarded as a classic of the science fiction genre for a long time, and it's nice to see the roots of a lot of work that borrowed from ...
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"Blade Runner" review
The movie is a Ridley Scott’s attempt to accommodate philosophical sophistication of inward moral conflict touching on the origins of life and convoluted plot somersaults in a rather meagre sized sci-fi setting, that was originally established by Philip K. Dick in his novel ‘Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?’. ‘Blade ...
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Good Movie but not the best one ever.
A movie i have been meaning to watch for a while, i saw the final cut version and i have to say i liked this movie but didnt love it it had it moments but for me it was slow from the begining but took a long time to hook ...
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You see a movie. You don't enjoy it. Why don't you enjoy it?
First things first. Right off the bat, one thing I never understood about Blade Runner was its title. Why is it called Blade Runner? Deckard is a future cop who goes around hunting robots. He doesn't run on any blades, at all. There's no blade running. He drives a flying ...
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