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In Reply to: RE: You must have been desperate to watch a film.... posted by Bambi_B on October 21, 2021 at 13:11:41
Stupid fights is all I remember.
The original? Rutger Hauer. Daryll Hannah. Sean Young. Edward J Olmos. Unforgettable characters.
A great steak dinner of a film. The follow up? A greasy little burger in sopping white bread.
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It's certainly the case that the two BL's are very different. I like them both tremendously precisely because of their variance in emphases. The first had a kind of magic realism about that's very involving while 2049 seemed more grounded and greyer, with more subtle, subterranean undercurrents, and also more evocative of the atmosphere I would expect of 2049 Los Angeles. I lived there for 35 years, knew a few people in the biz and LA felt like 2049 in 2009. -It was already difficult then to tell the Humans from the replicants. The replicants were a bit more outgoing,..
It's interesting that Blade Runner has always evoked strong opinions. I suppose it's proper given the underlying theme of slavery.
Ana de Armas.
I'd have to see the original again, haven't for many years. I don't remember liking it as much as I liked 2049 TBH. Needs a new viewing.
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