In the near future, a weary Logan cares for an ailing Professor X, somewhere on the Mexican border. However, Logan's attempts to hide from the world, and his legacy, are upended when a young mutant arrives, pursued by dark forces.
Thirty years after the events of the first film, a new blade runner, LAPD Officer K (Ryan Gosling), unearths a long-buried secret that has the potential to plunge what's left of society into chaos. K's discovery leads him on a quest to find Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford), a former LAPD blade runner who has been missing for 30 years.Written by
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Hampton Fancher and Michael Green wrote the original screenplay based on an idea by Fancher and Ridley Scott, with the story taking place several decades after the conclusion of the 1982 original. Denis Villeneuve said in an interview in "Collider" on September 11, 2015: "Hampton Fancher, Ridley Scott and Michael Green did a fantastic job on the screenplay. It's a very powerful screenplay. And I felt that it made sense to me and I had the Ridley Scott blessing. But you ask if I hesitated. I hesitated massively. It took me a lot of time to say yes." See more »
When Officer K says to Deckard, "Look, I don't want to hurt you..." he is extending his right arm towards Deckard. In the next shot when K says "... but you're not making it easy." his left arm is extended towards Deckard, with his right arm resting at his side. See more »
I hope you don't mind me taking the liberty. I was careful not to drag in... any dirt.
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The Warner Bros logo features a shot of the WB studios as it fully forms. As the WB logo glitches, the shot turns to nighttime. See more »
No, I am not talking about others. I am talking about you. This sequel is currently rated at better and above its prequel, the classic Blade Runner film of 1982. This is partly because so many people are rating it 10/10. That is right: there are so many people here who think this film is god, it is perfect, not a single iota, not a single scene, not a single note of the soundtrack, not a movement of any actor could be any better. it is perfection. I could tell you that this sequel was wholly unneeded, uncalled for and is another Ridley Scott monthly sequel (that guy now has the credibility of a Harrison Ford which is at the same level as Marvel or Disney's rapid fire crap output) , but no we have hundreds of people here who think this sequel is better than their mothers and perfect. no wonder people are voting for heads of state that laugh at them, steal their money, fart in their faces with constant lies and then.. get applause, votes and adoration. It is what people deserve. Just look at the bad jokes running Poland, Hungary, Turkey, dump called USA or Russia. never mind the jokester in Japan or the criminal in Israel.
Blade Runner 2049 (yup only 30 years away) has all the nice post apocalyptic unexplained feeling, flying cars, replicants (mass produced) and humans occupying space already (yup 10/10), but also nonsensical lines, robotic acting and a wide open ending that screams 'thanks for your ticket purchase. You are not entitled to anything and most importantly not entitled to a conclusion, but come again!'
hey the computer graphics and sets were nice and the call girl was pretty so 3/10.
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