Blade Runner (1982)

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Directed By Ridley Scott Starring Harrison Ford  •  Rutger Hauer  •  Sean Young  •  Edward James Olmos  •  Daryl Hannah Genres Based-on-20th-Century-Literature  •  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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Comments (19)

 
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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Vosik

Vosik on 4/23/2019 Reply  · 

This film is such a masterpiece that I can't even find words to describe it properly. The action scenes are intense, the cinematography is outstanding, Harrison Ford's performance is awesome. The messages of this movie (for example "How Important is Humanity?") are remarkably well handled. It also basically started the Cyberpunk Genre which has been one of my favourite genres for a long time before I've seen Blade Runner. And the Tears in Rain scene is possibly my favourite movie scene ever. Blade Runner is currently my number 2 spot on my all time favourite movies list and I have in fact considered moving it up to number 1 but I just can't really decide if I like it more than 2001 or not. A Masterpiece. 10/10 for sure

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