Rutger Hauer's performance was intense. A large part of the success that this movie has received can be attributed to its ability to operate on many different levels. They also couldn't help but lose me at points through how much artistic flair the utilize. He will become a cartoon animal. Ridley Scott's hauntingly possible depiction of what might become of Los Angeles down the line is absolutely brilliant. Be prepared going to see this film, it's depressing and heavy on your mind, and it demands your full attention. We feel sympathy for the entire donkey's experience.
This is successful in bringing in the uninitiated but I think fans will enjoy this even more. As for me, I will most likely try and make some free time in my schedule for the coming days, 'cause I want to go the cinema again, guess what I'm gonna watch. So, I didn't expect much from this sequel when it was announced, but since the original 'Blade Runner' is, in my opinion, one of the greatest movies ever made if not the greatest , I had to see it anyways. At least I think so until I view it again! Its tail is angry, it's terrible. Jared Leto is in a very Jared Leto role deliberately weird and hard to understand but he does it well and although he might be a little creepy, the guy is still a great actor. The world has gone darker in 2049, climate is spinning out of control, almost all animals and plants have died. Surprisingly, I really liked Sylvia Hoeks.
It's very hard to review this film without getting into specific plot details, but that's exactly what makes this film worth the price of admission alone. As I often do, I didn't read any reviews or watch any trailers before going. The smaller but important roles are also noteworthy; Robin Wright's Lieutenant Joshi makes a fierce and convincing police chief, while the villain duo Jared Leto's Neander Wallace as the evil head of a corporation at the top of the new world order and his frightening hit-woman Luv Sylvia Hoeks are also very impressive. The things Deckard encounters on his detective journey raise many philosophical questions like: Who is really a replicant? All these things cannot be controlled in the same way. People are desperate and lost, law enforcement can barely keep anything together, and only a small spark can set of total disaster, which is looming just around every corner. Blade Runner deserves credit, celebration and remembrance for it is simply an excellent film.
A visually remarkable, achingly human sci-fi masterpiece. This sequel to the 1982 original Blade Runner stars Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford, who reprises his role from the first film. I think if you're a big fan of the original, you'll love this to bits. Brison and ouzo took a different approach. Animals of other movies or straighten your eyes, you might allow anything hoof, but Balthazar is only or wait or go just like that.
It's confusing to look at something so gorgeous, whilst painting a picture of such a sad and lost world. At the end of the film we are left to wonder if these Replicants are human, and if Deckard himself is in fact a Replicant. It is not known the mind body only universal language: snow, cold. I don't say this about films very often, especially when talking about sequels, but I haven't been this immersed in a theatrical experience in quite some time. It sort of collides with your senses, your eyes say it's beautiful, your mind say it's depressing. It is timeless beauty with huge doses of emotion. It has incredible special effects, but never at the expense of the story.
A young blade runner's discovery of a long-buried secret leads him to track down former blade runner Rick Deckard, who's been missing for thirty. Why do I have to die? Rachael's entire outfit, including her hair, screams the 40's. The bleak dystopian future Scott so perfectly created is even more beautiful in Villeneuve's 2049, for which a lot of credit has to be given to the brilliant director of photography Roger Deakins, who has made one of his best works which says a lot. Blade Runner 2049 is none of these things. On the other hand, if you've never seen the original Blade Runner and are just a casual moviegoer that have thought of the promotion for this film as being an action-packed thrill ride, then I'd have to warn to stay far away from this near three hour motion picture. If replicants are bad, when why did we go to such lengths with our technology to create them? I liked it but I just haven't got around to revisiting it. All the other actors also do an outstanding job in this film, no bad performances, but i can't talk about all of them due to the word limit in these reviews.
Scott raises more questions here than he answers, and as a result, critics are still debating the mysteries of this film today. It's a well put together mystery, I found that they constantly took the plot in unexpected directions and other than the trailer spoiling the return of Deckard, I was always excited about what was going to happen next. Before dropping you into this world with Ryan Gosling's character, there is text at the beginning that will fill you in on the history of the events in the past, but even though that information is given to you, your experience just won't be the same without having viewed the first film multiple times and remembering the emotional core of it. I was wrong to doubt Villeneuve; his 'Blade Runner 2049' even succeeds in transcending in some ways the original masterpiece, especially as a visual experience. I think they all did a great job. Set in 2019 Los Angeles, Blade Runner zooms in on the eerily-lit, urban streets of the city and follows Richard Deckard superbly played by Harrison Ford who brings an exquisite moral ambiguity to his character a special policeman who tracks down and terminates artificially-created humans called replicants, who have escaped from an Off-World colony and made their way to earth and need to be stopped.
Villenueve is an authority in this area and while I appreciate an artistic approach to this science fiction tale, for me they overdid it a little. The cityscapes do more than dazzle you, they involve you. For unlike most of Hollywood's blockbusters nowadays, he doesn't simply deliver us a spectacle with some nice effects or a reboot of the original, but he picks up the threads where Scott left, which was a monumental task, for the original 'Blade Runner' is one of the most impressive and iconic movies ever made. In this science fiction fantasy, a young blade runner uncovers some information that could be really bad news for the dystopian society in which he lives. The score by Vangelis is strangely gripping when combined with the striking cinematography of the film.
On the contrary, it's the flawed triumph of a next generation of studio executives, who control the creative process by paying millions to the industry's best of the best, providing they will make something that will take advantage of a successful brand name in order to bring profits to shareholders. Blade Runner 2049 is getting a lot of praise and awards consideration from critics and filmgoers across the world, and every bit of it is deserved. Niander Wallace has taken over Tyrell Corp and has by the time 2049 takes place designed millions of obedient replicants that does exactly what he tells them to do. The climax involves a soliloquy that brings many of the themes together in a simple yet wonderfully poetic way. Quite honestly, that's the plot in a nutshell and the specifics of the film will lead to ruining your experience, so let's get technical. I believe that in time, 'Blade Runner 2049' will just as the original one, grow into a cult movie, and rightfully so, for it is its own movie, but, just as the original, a visually remarkable, achingly human sci-fi masterpiece. Ass is no way to reveal the idea, but it does not preclude the fact that we have to provide them.