Blade Runner 2049 is the sequel to the 1982 cult classic directed by Denis Villeneuve [“Prisoners”, “Sicario”] and stars Ryan Gosling [La La Land] as a young Blade Runner who discovers a long-buried secret that leads him to track down former blade runner Rick Deckard Harrison Ford [“Indiana Jones“], who been missing for thirty years.
Bladerunner 2049: The Good
Blade Runner 2049 is a new cult classic in the making a near perfect sci-fi movie that surpasses the original Blade Runner directed by Ridley Scott in every way and is a perfect dystopian feature to todays reality.
Ryan Gosling is perfectly cast as “K” a young Blade Runner who’s job it is to “retire” old replicants [robotic human slaves]. Ryan stands toe-to-toe with harrison fords Richard Deckard and when the pair meet in the movie its a special chemistry hat resonates in the film really well.
Harrison Ford reprises his iconic role as Richard Deckard, the original Blade Runner and displays the same charisma and star power he displayed in the 1982 original. Its fun to see him play the character 30 years later and brings his gruff presence to the character.
Other cast members include, Robin Wright stars as Lieutenant Joshi. “K”‘s boss, Dave Bautista who is on a role after starring in Marvels biggest hit “Guardians of the Galaxy” and last years “Spectre” stars as “Sapper Morton”
Jared leto [“Suicide Squad”], Niander Wallace, who is the co-founder and creator of the “replicants” who are robotic slaves who have the appearance of being human.
Blade Runner 2049: The bad
Blade Runner 2049 is a near perfect sci-fi movie that is shire to become a classic in its own right and is Blade Runner for today’s generation. It never drags or feels to long and every frame is visually stunning from beginning o end and features a electrifying score from Hans Zimmer.
Blade Runner 2049 is a new sci-fi cult classic that even surpasses Ridley Scott’s original classic and features a star iconic turn from Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford who reprises his iconic role. Its visually stunning and features a blisteringly iconic score.