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Blade Runner 2049 (2017)

Scifi / Thriller | 164 minutes
3,56 1.887 votes

Genre: Scifi / Thriller

Duration: 164 minuten

Country: United States / United Kingdom / Canada / Spain

Directed by: Denis Villeneuve

Stars: Ryan Gosling, Ana de Armas and Harrison Ford

IMDb score: 8,0 (593.010)

Releasedate: 4 October 2017

Blade Runner 2049 plot

"The key to the future is finally unearthed."

Thirty years after the events of the first film, a new Blade Runner, LAPD Agent K (Ryan Gosling) discovers a hidden secret that could potentially plunge what remains of today's society into chaos. K's discovery leads to a search for Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford), a former Blade Runner who has been missing for thirty years.

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avatar van Gish


  • 1302 messages
  • 6265 votes

No, this isn't going to be a box office success, not here and not in the US. Too vague, too complicated and too slow. Unfortunately for all those who stayed away, they are missing out on the best film of 2017, a truly breathtaking spectacle. This is really out of the ordinary in every way. I don't understand why some people are bothered by the slow pace of the story. It's a blessing. Long live Denis Villeneuve and his crew.

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avatar van Queno


  • 122 messages
  • 910 votes

A misprinted sixth grade. Two hours of staring at Ryan Gosling with a razor face. And after love becomes the most filmed theme,
amnesia, as a mainline added. Music that gets exciting and never gets exciting (Gosling die, gosh, a toy horse
finds, in what is it, an old oven?). A geek fantasy with a hot thing like a hologram that keeps coming back just because there's
between that machined decor there must be some carnal shapes. 3D that sinks far after the opening half hour (as main point the depth
operation in a sink) and you hardly notice anything for an hour. Boring. Science Fiction; so there are many
computer stuff and beeps. Many staccato sentences, containing no more than four words. And a lot of violence and unnecessary violence. A
farmer to be killed. A 'birth' whose stomach must be cut open and a hand that must be shattered with
shards of glass. Come on, that square space with calm water, a platform and a square part in the middle was well found.
And couldn't they have dressed up or made up Harrison Ford? Now Harrison Ford just came up as Harrison Ford.

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avatar van Lennert


  • 2376 messages
  • 1389 votes

I'm really confused about the amount of people around me who call themselves Blade Runner fans and still claim that this movie has the atmosphere just right and that it's almost as good/as good/even better than the original. Let's say tastes differ, but after all these stories, Blade Runner 2049 is really a huge deception. I should have expected it with the casting of Ryan Gosling, the ultimate 'not-just-not-' actor. The Coldplay of the acting world. The vanilla flavor of the casting. What a boring actor this man is. So boring that Harrison Ford's acting is extra positive again. It's a shame that his character is nothing like how he was originally portrayed in the first part.

There is a monorhythm in the film: everything moves at the same tempo. Even if there is (dull) action, it is clinical and boring. The original had chases where people actually ran. This movie has slowed down. After a nice opening scene (which gave me hope), everything is dull and flat. It all looks nice, but it's sterile. The original had wet, smelly streets with steaming manhole covers, mold on the walls and bums. Streamlined like a music video, this film is designed in a way that I don't feel pulled into the world for a moment.

There were positive things. Sometimes the soundtrack resembles the original. Not in terms of themes, no, the sounds match. That's better than nothing I guess. Sylvia Hoeks acted quite well. Dave Bautista even did well. The subplot with the Joi character was quite interesting. It was also the only interesting thing from a plot point of view. I honestly don't know what the movie was trying to tell from a plot point of view what was worth making a new movie out of. Anyway, given the scores I probably don't understand it all. In any case, this was a huge disappointment for me.

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