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Blade Runner: The Final Cut (1982)


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Movie Details

Title:   Blade Runner: The Final Cut
Director:   Ridley Scott
Year:   1982
Genre:   Sci-Fi
Times Seen:   1
Last Seen:   11/24/2011

Other Movies Seen By This Director (2)
- Alien
- Black Hawk Down

Viewing Notes

Rewatch:

I watched this movie on 11/24/2011 at/on/via  .

My Thoughts

My friends Pat and Jay came over for Thanksgiving and we topped the evening off with a first time viewing of Blade Runner: The Final Cut off the five-disc BlueRay edition I bought a full year before (literally my first BluRay purchase). I had yet to unwrap and watch any of the versions on the disc since then, so we decided to do the honors.

I think we were all in awe over the pristine quality of the film, both visually and aurally. Stunning!

Blade Runner is a film I hold in the highest regard, along with Scott's other masterpiece, Alien. Both have withstood the test of time and are classic pieces of celluloid science fiction, which is a nearly impossible feat to pull off once, let alone twice.

The Final Cut version loses the voiceovers and removes the ambiguity of the ending. Without having watched the other versions in the recent past, I can't tell you which version I prefer, but I can say I didn't miss the voiceovers.

I'm really looking forward to taking the time to not only watch the other versions of this, but to also listen to the commentary tracks, something I rarely do these days.

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