Total Recall 2070 (1999)
I'll start by stating the obvious: Blade Runner was a one-off, never-to-be-repeated classic. It was a movie where finances, creative talent and serendipity all came together to produce, not just one of the finest science fiction movies of all time, but one of the most startlingly inventive films ever to come out of Hollywood.
Blade Runner was made at a time when its director was at the height of his creative powers. Fresh from his box office success with Alien, Ridley Scott poured his energies into an adaptation of Philip K Dick's Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep, and he probably hasn't made a film as individual or beautiful to behold since.
The same could be said of Vangelis, whose woozy, eclectic score for Blade Runner is inarguably the
In a dangerous, frozen post-apocalyptic world, a remote oil rig serves to power a city representing the last remnants of civilization. Joshua, a charismatic loner at the outpost, stumbles upon a conspiracy that jeopardizes the lives of everyone in this struggling community, including Nina, the mystical woman that is in love with him.
Now a threat to the corrupt leadership of the outpost, Joshua
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