Blade Runner

Blade Runner

Byr Ridley Scott

  • Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy
  • Release: 2007-10-05
  • Rate: R
  • Lenght: 1h 57min
  • Director: Ridley Scott
  • Producer: Torridon Films
  • Country: Canada, Hungary, Spain, United Kingdom, United States of America
  • iTunes Price: USD 14.99
  • iTunes Rent: USD 3.99
7.5/10
7.5
From 9,541 Certification

Description

The #1 Sci-Fi Film of all time! Visually spectacular, intensely action-packed and powerfully prophetic since its debut, Blade Runner returns in Ridley Scott's definitive Final Cut, including extended scenes and never-before-seen special effects. In a signature role as 21st-century detective Rick Deckard, Harrison Ford brings his masculine-yet-vulnerable presence to this stylish noir thriller. In a future of high-tech possibility soured by urban and social decay, Deckard hunts for fugitive, murderous replicants - and is drawn to a mystery woman whose secrets may undermine his soul. This incredible version features the definitive Final Cut of Ridley Scott's legendary Sci-Fi classic.

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  • Probably the most overrated film of all time

    1
    By Steve29
    This movie is not good at all. It is the most pretentious treatment imaginable given to a nothing script, 1-dimensional characters, zero suspense, zero connection. The sets and lighting and shots are cool so maybe it would have been better if they just made a coffee table book of their vision of the future because it is evident that neither Ridley Scott nor the writers of this bore had much skill in storytelling but had plenty of money to pay the production designer. The Emperor Has No Clothes!
  • The theatrical one is much better. Don't waste your money

    1
    By iphonjeff
    This one and the directors cut both are not anything as good as good as the original. itunes keeps putting this on sale when they should put original versions of movies on sale. The theatrical one is not at all politically correct also which is probably why theyre doing that.
  • Was probably great in the 80s but not worth watching today

    2
    By Beastmodejeremy
    Had high hopes beings it’s Ridley Scott but I found it boring and a chore to watch. Sorry
  • Final cut

    4
    By bigjim12
    Watch out my sons request I didn’t realize there was a file cart or so on the original blade runner years ago and even showed up in school as a technology teacher I was out sick. I have to edit all done nude scenes on the water it was good to see how are use the computer what’s the computer teacher. I couldn’t tell the difference between the original at the directors cut. It may have been a little bit longer than original version that it seemed like exactly the same. I only watch this because I couldn’t watch 2049 the movie I had wanted to see for the longest time. I finally got to see 2049 see my review about that what I thought. I hope you’re seeing you again I was the world dartboard or having seen 2049 2049 is a better shot they original program is an easier understood movie.
  • Blade Runner-Life and Passions

    5
    By mixmastermax1
    By mixmastermax1 A stunning visual introduction to a steel and microchip future Los Angeles with rain falling on the cityscape while digital images light the sky like flame from a fire. We see the digital age fighting to overcome nature and the beauty of a green world slowly gives way to an engineered life of dreamscape images. Life is a unique experience with both human and Replicant-artificial life form-challenging each other with death and fate hanging in the balance. The central theme of Blade Runner is life and complex, emotional response, a human condition or can artificial life somehow show the same passions and emotional depth. We follow the futuristic Blade Runner agent Rick Deckard and his ambivalent pursuit of artificial life form Replicants. Deckard’s purpose is to kill or “retire” these advanced Replicants but, his task is made difficult by his desires and romantic affections toward Rachel, a Replicant herself with charm and beauty. Deckard develops a growing love for Rachel in a hostile future but, his passion gives him a dilemma to a question-would loving Rachel be the equal to human love in his own eyes. Deckard views the artificial Replicants as soulless entities driven to survive. Yet, we see how Replicants adapt to show human emotions and share similar passions and regrets as their human masters. The adversary in the human world is the Replicant Roy, who chases both time and life, knowing that his existence is limited. Roy seeks the prospect of more existence and still knowing that he and his companions moments, and fate are diminishing. Vangellis’ musical score is brilliant and gives powerful emotional depth to the film Blade Runner. I cannot remember a film soundtrack that captures the drama of life, death, beauty and violence. The Blade Runner score is a symphony of human passion set in a futuristic world of dreams, desires, hopes and regrets. From the beautiful ballads-Rachel’s Song, Love Theme, Memories of Green and Piano In an Empty Room. The anxious ballads of Blade Runner-Main Title, Blade Runner Blues and Tales of the Future. Then arriving to our most perfect ballad Tears in the Rain. The poetic and regret captured for the ages in Roy’s beautiful words, “All those moments will be lost in time...like tears in the rain...time to die.” We are surprised to discover redemption and finding one’s humanity are precious moments in Blade Runner’s final moments. Science fiction dramas can hope to meet the cinematic masterpiece, cinematic beauty and memorable musical score of Blade Runner. We are fortunate to see how ambitious and creative science fiction can evolve into a great tale for any time. Humanity and the pursuit to create artificial life, to reimagine life, on another level of conscious and how it impacts our future is a challenge. Long after Blade Runner is viewed, it will become all the best memories of the film, passions and cinematic drama that captures our senses and takes us on an emotional journey of the future. Life and passion still exist in sweet memory and waiting to be rediscovered in time.
  • Theatrical cut is muuuch better

    1
    By StoryDelver
    This is wildly, surprisingly depressing. If this is what the director intended, then I want nothing to do with it. The theater version is sooo much better. It makes Deckard human. this is just sad.
  • The Best

    5
    By BuescherBoonie
    Sci-fi, Film Noir prfectly blended together. Explores issues humanity has been struggling with for a millinium. Racism, creation and rights to live. All versions of this film released have been wonderful. The narrated version is great to watch once, but it's really not needed.
  • Great

    5
    By JacksonWil72101
    Great
  • The Version to Watch

    5
    By XkslMyph
    This is the best cut to watch, for sure. A classic.
  • The Final Cut is the best version!

    4
    By calebmpr
    Blade Runner is a Sci Fi Classic! Some scenes can drag, but overall the film tells a great story with stunning visuals that still holds up. Harrison Ford owns his role in this film delivering a great performance. The Final Cut of Blade Runner is the best version of the film!

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