Blade Runner 2049 (3D)

Blade Runner 2049 (3D)

English, Hindi
06 Oct, 2017
2 hrs 45 mins
8,263 votes
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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 is 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.
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Verdict: The most breath-taking science-fiction film of the year. From a short story written by Philip K. Dick, a whole universe has emerged that is in the making of another successful franchise. Blade Runner 2049 is a sequel to the 1982 film, Blade Runner, which starred Harrison Ford. Now, almost thirty years later, Ryan Gosling []... ...Read full review
It would be easy to accuse Hollywood of making another massive cash grab by revisiting Ridley Scott`s sci-fi cult classic `Blade Runner`. 35 years after the original in 1982, what other reason would there be for going back to that unique world? Turns out that it`s the one that made the most sense - to tell a great story helmed by a masterful storyteller. ...Read full review
How does one make a truly great sequel to one of the most iconic science fictions of all time without pissing off the original fan base and also giving something new to those not familiar with the material? The answer is simple ...Read full review
Blade Runner might not have been the finest piece of cinema (contrarian discourse is welcome), but sure has acquired one of the biggest cult followings cinema as a medium has known. ...Read full review
Blade Runner 2049 - for better or for worse - is a lot like the original film, and depending on your stance on that touchstone sci-fi classic, this could either be the best news you couldve hoped for, or the worst. It shares the originals bleak vision of the future, its pessimism, and its cool, path-breaking aesthetic - but also its frustrating narrative shortcomings, its irritating pacing, and its stubborn ambivalence. ...Read full review
In the longing for a human connection that permeates it, Blade Runner 2049 is closer to the original Philip K Dick book than the 1982 film inspired by it. ...Read full review
There are science fictions that give you an overall immersive experience of a magnificent (and mysterious) outer world and then there are films that make you question the technology and the kind of world we might end up becoming. ...Read full review
Are you real? The major question under which the story of Blade Runner revolves. K (Ryan Gosling) is our generations Blade Runner (One of which was played by Harrison Ford 30 years ago). His job is same as Fords to find and kill the the replicants. ...Read full review
So what I can tell you about Blade Runner 2049 without having the spoiler police on my ass? Elvis is in it; ditto Sinatra. (I won`t say how for fear of reprisals.) I can reveal that the sequel runs 2 hours and 43 minutes that`s 45 minutes longer than the 1982 original, based on Philip K. Dick`s Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? ...Read full review
I wonder if I am a replicant. The 1982 Ridley Scott film Blade Runner tantalisingly created a dystopian future, a world where androids were smart enough to fool humans yet not smart enough to inherently understand if they themselves were androids. These humanoid beings were called Replicants, and those who would hunt, shoot and `retire` them went by the preposterously cool designation Blade Runner. ...Read full review
A great sci-fi film blends reality with mindboggling creativity. Movies like Fritz Langs Metropolis, Ridley Scotts Alien or Blade Runner, Terry Gilliams Brazil, James Camerons Terminator 2 or even the Wachowskis The Matrix are minefields of massive ideas. ...Read full review



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