Blade Runner (1982)

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Directed By Ridley Scott Starring Harrison Ford  •  Rutger Hauer  •  Sean Young  •  Edward James Olmos  •  Daryl Hannah Genres Cyberpunk / Tech Noir  •  Cyborg / Android / Robot  •  Dystopian Film  •  Psychological Sci-Fi  •  Science Fiction Studios &
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Release Info June 25, 1982
Color  •  117 minutes R Rated R
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maiden666

maiden666 on 9/10/2011 Reply  · 

Come on, how is this movie so low? It will never leave my top 10

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helenopm

helenopm on 9/20/2011 Reply  · 

Best sci-fi movie ever made.

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celticbhoy

celticbhoy on 3/8/2012 Reply  · 

This is so good in many ways. I don't have all day so I will just say the the acting, directing, cinematography, soundtrack, and overall feal is awesome!

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SteelNova

SteelNova on 11/15/2012 Reply  · 

This classic neo-noir will all ways be my favorite.

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CTR479

CTR479 on 9/15/2013 Reply  · 

Masterpiece of sci-fi. An epic,rain-soaked noir-film set in a Dystopian future. This is my favorite movie ever, and I can rewatch it again and again. The movie has outstanding cinematography,excellent plot, and deep,complex themes.

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Dark_Anakin

Dark_Anakin on 12/27/2013 Reply  · 

My favorite movie. This one is almost perfect (if not perfect). Every time i watch it i fall deep in the story and i wake up from a dream as a complete fresh man.

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cheesydog1

cheesydog1 on 4/12/2014 Reply  · 

Sci Fi classic

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TheMovieJunkie

TheMovieJunkie on 8/7/2014 Reply  · 

Painfully boring. Not much of a plot. I don't know why people like this movie. Even if this movie had modern day special effects it would still suck.

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seve24

seve24 on 8/17/2014 Reply  · 

A Great film with great visuals and great philosophy, themes and incredebly analyzable. Unfortunately a lot of people doesn't get it but it is more of an intellectual film for intelligent people. Definetily is one of the best films of all time

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AverageMovieBuff

AverageMovieBuff on 3/20/2015 Reply  · 

Easily one of the best movies ever made. Its meticulousness and use of tension is top par and as always (for Ridley Scott movies) the visuals are fantastic.

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lukiushaufoy

lukiushaufoy on 12/9/2015 Reply  · 

Outstanding in so many ways. Thought-provoking, atmospheric, masterfully directed and crafted. Also captures emotion of characters extremely well. Possibly the best sci-fi ever made.

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Eagleskywalker87

Eagleskywalker87 on 9/27/2017 Reply  · 

Finally saw Blade Runner (the final cut is the version I watch out of the 28 that's been put together in the last 35 years). It's visually inspiring and there's a lot of commentary about social class and the idea about trying to hold on to life did add a lot to the film. Although, the story was very disjointed. There's two plot lines going on at the time that didn't complement each other until the last 10 minutes (and I did love the climax and the final monologue in the rain but there's no emotional weight to it. You need Roy and Deckard to have a confrontation during the film and not just come together in a shootout towards the end!). And the characters, especially the main love story, lacked any substance. Anyway, it's still a solid 6/10 despite my story complaints!

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Eagleskywalker87

Eagleskywalker87 on 10/9/2017 Reply  · 

But, I did watch 2049 today and LOVED IT! There's emotional weight and also intellectual themes! I gave the original a 6/10 and 2049 is a 9/10!

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cdogzilla

cdogzilla on 10/8/2017 Reply  · 

OK,re- watching Blade Runner for the first time in more than 20 years and having all kinds of problems with it, TBH. Deckard is a monster, replicant or not. In film noir it's often the case that they're all bad guys, but this movie only works if Roy is the hero/anti-hero and Deckard the villain. Giving a rapist a redemption arc, and Deckard is a rapist, just doesn't sit.

I hope BR2049 understands what the original got wrong. If it does, there's a hole in my sci-fi pantheon that this re-watch of the original has created, which the sequel has an opportunity to fill. It could be the movie teenage me thought the original was: one that thoughtfully, skillfully uses the medium (making use of the library of noir and sci-fi tropes) to explore philosophical dilemmas of humanity, identity, & mortality. If the baked-in misogyny of the original isn't addressed though, the sequel is just going to end up feeling like a prolonged rape apologia.

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