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Well I finally saw it. by MM 07/29/2021, 7:34pm PDT
Visuals are amazing but the script I don't know I think it was kind of both s*** and strangely nerdy and self-referential.

If you bought blade runner the final cut there is a making of documentary called dark Days in it. It feels like half the script and blade runner 2049 along with the visuals, are based on that documentary.

The opening scene is straight out of the original concept for the script. Asterisk spoilers asterisk a blade runner killing a farmer who's a replicant while there's a pot of beans boiling. Also there's a tidbit from the original blade runner where apparently Ridley Scott asked to have glimmering gold light from underneath in the Tyrell corporation building and it drove his director of photography crazy because there was no actual object in the room to justify that light source but Ridley Scott didn't care. In blade runner 2049 the Jared Leto has a giant water effect in all of his rooms that are lit by Golden light from above so God damn it I will explain the effect.

Also the ending is straight up the ending of drive. Like almost beat for beat. Ryan gosling's emotionally numb protagonist walks away from his romantic relationship and becomes batman. He attacks the bad guy by ramming them with his car at night coming out of the darkness unexpectedly. After the bad guys car is totaled, he comes out and drowns the main bad guy with his bare hands. He then walks away mortally wounded but the people he was trying to help are saved and can have a happy family life. Why remake drive?

But I think my biggest problem with the script was the cartoonishly evil villains. Tyrell was not necessarily a bad guy he was a guy operating within a bad system. He just replicants as machines and his effect was a man who's ready to break into a corporate advertising seminar at the drop of a hat.

Jared Leto in this movie is cartoonishly evil. He kisses a replicant and then disembowels her with a knife and then practically screams slaves! I need more slaves!! And later he kidnaps Harrison Ford and says now you will learn the true meaning of pain Mr deckard mwahaha

And his right hand woman is just weird. The replicants in the original movie were developing emotions for the first time and acted crazy because they didn't know how to handle them. But this replicant lady who clearly is in full control of her situation and has human underlings and everything else just seems to be crazy for the sake of justifying watching her being drowned by Ryan gosling.

Oh yeah, I just remembered they also did the sex scene from her. What is with all the weird homages in this film that don't even have anything to do with the original blade runner?

The one thing in the script that I kind of liked I think might have been unintentional, it's that Ryan gosling's character Arc is the opposite of the original movie. He's actually probably most in control of himself and his own destiny when he believes he's just a manufactured replicant whose memories are implanted. But over the journey in which he starts to think he's a real man and takes control of his own situation it ultimately turns out he's just acting out on memories that were intentionally implanted in him to cause the revolution that he is assisting in. He's ironically the least human at the end of his journey then when he thought it's all implanted so I'll just disregard them.

Between this and the second dune trailer I am no longer looking forward to dune at all.

Written with a smartphone using voice recognition, so blame any weird typos on that.
So... Blade Runner remake... by Mischief Maker 12/20/2016, 5:14pm PST
    Not quite Prometheus by fabio 12/20/2016, 5:46pm PST
        BLUGH RLUHHR *huff* 2069 NT by Really Scunt 12/20/2016, 8:01pm PST
        "I wrote the original script to Blade Runner.....well, me and Phillip K. Dick.." NT by "...okay, mostly Philip K Dick" 12/20/2016, 8:40pm PST
    at least we can look forward to tearing it a new asshole on da internet NT by Eurotrash 12/22/2016, 5:16am PST
    It's going to be worse than I thought. by Mischief Maker 05/08/2017, 3:10pm PDT
        Re: It's going to be worse than I thought. by fabio 05/08/2017, 3:28pm PDT
            Which one? NT by MM 05/08/2017, 3:35pm PDT
                Stanley, I would presume. NT by Helpful Monkey 05/08/2017, 4:01pm PDT
                    No, which Kubrick film had a shit script? NT by MM 05/08/2017, 4:27pm PDT
                        The Shining NT by fabio 05/08/2017, 5:45pm PDT
        "no asians in the shell" you done shitting your pants? Feel better now? NT by Eurotrash 05/09/2017, 9:48am PDT
    Rich Evans weighs in... by Mischief Maker 05/09/2017, 11:31pm PDT
    This pisses me off more than it should. by blackwater 05/11/2017, 9:57pm PDT
    Re: So... Blade Runner remake... by Nostromo 09/29/2017, 6:04pm PDT
        Things lots of people like: Donald Trump, Into Darkness, Hitler at one time NT by Millennials are self-centered shits 09/30/2017, 1:37pm PDT
            HE SAY YOU HITRER NT by Nostromo 09/30/2017, 3:13pm PDT
                Sag ihm, ich esse! NT by Hitrer 10/01/2017, 10:06am PDT
                Re: HE SAY YOU HITRER by laudablepuss 08/08/2021, 5:36pm PDT
                    its nice to be remembered =) by Nostromo 08/09/2021, 8:59am PDT
            Things Millennials are etc likes: shitting pants in a fuming, impotent rage NT by - Caltrops, "Thought Leader" 10/01/2017, 10:27am PDT
    Well I finally saw it. by MM 07/29/2021, 7:34pm PDT
        Re: Well I finally saw it. by Mysterio's Hate Render 2070 08/01/2021, 2:26pm PDT
            There is the possibility to explore a well built world and they did none of it by Ice Cream Jonsey 08/01/2021, 2:36pm PDT
                *sweats nervously * by Kathleen Kennedy 08/02/2021, 1:30pm PDT
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