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Blade Runner

Dirigida por Ridley Scott
Estados Unidos, Hong Kong, 1982
Ciencia-ficción, Thriller


Los Ángeles 2019. En un hipnótico futuro de neón, cinco androides virtualmente idénticos al hombre, con ansias de inmortalidad, ponen en peligro a la ciudad. Un ex policía es reclutado para encontrarlos y exterminarlos.

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Blade Runner Dirigida por Ridley Scott
I want to talk a little about other, less deliberate and less reasonable muddle in BLADE RUNNER’s exposition. If you don’t like the film you’ll agree these are problematic. If you do like the film, you’ll hopefully find it striking that a film can be compelling even with such nonsensical elements in its storytelling.
October 05, 2017
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Its dystopia is one dominated by advertisements for Atari, Bell and Pan Am, none of which are still around, but this so-called “curse” has not dated the film’s world as much as it has rendered it more alien. That’s perfect for Blade Runner, a film whose world continues to expand in small details, from a mechanical owl and snake to an overrun Chinatown, always ready to burst at the seams.
May 11, 2016
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The female body is an erotic phantasm reflected in shards of glass. Human creators are haunted and inevitably destroyed by their own creations. Blade Runner’s visual terrain – and its articulations in human-like bodies – places the film in the middle of a temporal tug-of-war. Utopian intertexts and visualized nostalgia, both spectral presences, are at perpetual odds in Scott’s dystopic vision of the future.
July 10, 2015
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  • chanandre's rating of the film Blade Runner

    3x[Cinémathèque PT #305: 35 mm] (2007) Esplanade-theatrical cut.//Seen on film: Theatrical Cut, Final Cut +Director's Cut./What stuck with me this time was the way I saw Batty as a good man instead of a bloodthirsty punk, broken having to deal with the end of his short(ened) [standard 4-year span of the replicant's 'heart'] humanoid life, thus killing Tyrell. The way he accepts his fate: bowing in the rain & dying</3

  • El Biffo's rating of the film Blade Runner

    Changing my rating after viewing Final Cut, 34 years later. Thom Anderson's Los Angeles Plays Itself also helped me develop an appreciation for this film. It grew on me.

  • Nicholas Gregory's rating of the film Blade Runner

    The non-Final Cut versions muddle its color/production design making it unappealingly ugly. That 2007 version is a fine mix of sci-fi and noir that may be more about plot than storytelling, yet the details of the world and plot give it a thematic depth. Ultimately, it's about what it means to be human-- mortality. As if we don't die we are 'only' gods: never born and never given the fear of death to appreciate life.

  • Gia de Almeida's rating of the film Blade Runner

    The moments with Rachel and - especially - Batty are the one's that truly spoke to me. The humanity in the Replicants (the fear of impending death, the knowledge that they are slaves without any value other than as workers and source of wealth) was truly touching. Hauer stole the show and, if I'm honest, I could've gone without Deckard altogether. Great soundtrack to boot!

  • Z's rating of the film Blade Runner

    My favorite science fiction film of all time. Ridley and his production team create a living, breathing, environment of cyberpunk squalor. So real, so vivid, so detail intensive as to be completely overwhelmingly enveloping. A melancholic,visually inventive, stupendously entertaining and thoughtful film. There will never be it's equal no matter how much the Hollywood vultures descend upon it and attempt to devour it.

  • Daniel Roque's rating of the film Blade Runner

    It took me awhile to get into this Replicants witch-hunt, but the obscure neon-flashed cinematography and the atmospheric synthesizer of Vangelis soundtrack help me through it. If our 2019 comes to resemble these 80s, we'll be fine with or without Blade Runners.

  • Duncan Gray's rating of the film Blade Runner

    The first time Blade Runner eked its way to a 5 for me is also the first time I saw it on the big screen. No one questions its visionary imagery, but some modern viewers are left cold, like Scott smothered a good story by overwhelming the plot's vital moments with art direction and sound design. But see it in a theater, and you'll be overwhelmed too. Controversial realization: Deckard as a replicant makes no sense.

  • smndvdcl's rating of the film Blade Runner

    This film transcends a flawed, sprawling narrative - the mise-en-scène is a masterclass, the post-noir dystopian context a delight, and Rutger Hauer and Daryl Hannah play their parts with haunting believability.

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