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|Blade Runner (66 ratings)|
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|Submitted by Penny Ortiz |
(May 15, 2007)
Bladerunner is definantly a film that challenges you. It poses the question: What is it to be human?
The Director's Cut allows viewers to speculate that Deckard himself is a replicant, through the addition of 'Unicorn' scenes implying his memories are artificial. To many, this is Ridley Scott's greatest achievement. The implications of Deckard's replicant identity indeed describes the ambiguous and shifting nature of humanity. Without our own memories are we real?
|Submitted by Moericio |
(Sep 11, 2005)
One of the best movies I've ever seen. Simply impressive and a cult object... Behind the story of the replicants there´s a world in ruins, destroyed by mankind, sad, at times repulsive, where our intentions to imitate God's power in a pathetic scenario blind us to see the nature of the creatures (replicants) that tried to hide from the Blade Runner, Deckard.
Philip K. Dick created a monster book, and Ridley Scott made it a wonderful movie, if you want to comprehend the twentieth century sci fi movie's creation, you must watch this one.
|Submitted by Nom |
(Nov 30, 2003)
This is one of the best sci-fi movies ever made and in my opinion the best movie of Ridley Scott. If you like sci-fi, this is definitely a must-see.
The script is a simplified adaptation of the complex book by Philip K. Dick, called "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?".
There's two versions of this movie: the originally released by the studio and the director's cut released in 1993. I personally prefer the director's cut, mostly because the voice-over narration has been eliminated.