Bladerunner Director; s Cut Review Movie
Bladerunner: Director's Cut Review
The film is based on the Philip K. Dick's surrealist sci-fi novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep the masterful film of Ridley Scott takes an unintentional but welcome bow on DVD. Harrison Ford's voiceover is now gone, along with the Happy Ending, which was famously based on Kubrick's aerial scenes from The Shining.
It is not a new phenomenon it has inspired every sci-fi dystopia in the genre, from the James Cameron film The Terminator to Spielberg's A.I. Artificial Intelligence The thing that continues to be fascinating is the Blade Runner's inability to stand the test of time. It could be a product of a time at a time when computers were as big as blocks from a tenement however, the breathtaking visualisation of a decayed, future LA is still a breath-taking experience like none other.