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Blade Runner 2049

30 years after the events in the first movie, K (Ryan Gosling) is a new replicant model working for the LAPD as a blade runner; his latest mission leads to a startling discovery. There really was no need for a new Blade Runner, and the slow-moving, drawn-out story doesnā€™t take us anywhere new. The 3D adds nothing, but as in the original, the visual effects, production design and the outstanding cinematography transport us to a different world that is both beautiful and horrifying, serving as a warning to take better care of our planet. A few explosive scenes also provide the occasional adrenaline shot.

2017-U.S. 164 min. Color. Widescreen. Directed byĀ Denis Villeneuve. Screenplay: Hampton Fancher, Michael Green. Cinematography: Roger Deakins. Music: Hans Zimmer, Benjamin Wallfisch. Production Design: Dennis Gassner. Cast: Ryan Gosling (K), Harrison Ford (Rick Deckard), Ana de Armas (Joi), Sylvia Hoeks, Robin Wright, Mackenzie Davisā€¦ Dave Bautista, Jared Leto, Edward James Olmos.

Trivia: Co-executive-produced by Ridley Scott. Three shorts were also released in 2017, exploring events that take place between the original and the sequel.

Oscars: Best Cinematography, Visual Effects.Ā BAFTA: Best Cinematography, Special Visual Effects.



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