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Blade Runner 2049 is a movie starring Harrison Ford, Ryan Gosling, and Ana de Armas. Young Blade Runner K's discovery of a long-buried secret leads him to track down former Blade Runner Rick Deckard, who's been missing for thirty...

Genres
Sci-Fi, Drama, Mystery, Action, Thriller
Director
Denis Villeneuve
Starring
Ana de Armas, Dave Bautista, Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford

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Genres Sci-Fi, Drama, Mystery, Action, Thriller
Director Denis Villeneuve
Writer Hampton Fancher, Hampton Fancher, Michael Green, Philip K. Dick
Stars Ana de Armas, Dave Bautista, Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford
Country USA, Spain, Canada, UK, Hungary
Also Known As Acid Zoo, Iztrebljevalec 2049, ブレードランナー 2049, Истребљивач 2, Blade Runner 2049: Bıçak Sırtı, Blade Runner 2, Tội Phạm Nhân Bản 2049, Blade Runner: Androids Dream, Pa asmeni skrejošais 2049, 銀翼殺手2049, Szárnyas fejvadász 2049, Queensboro, Vanatorul de recompense 2049, Блејд ранер 2049., Begantis skustuvo ašmenimis 2049
Runtime 2 h 44 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Los Angeles, 2049: in a hyper-technological and overpopulated city, KD6-3.7 (Ryan Gosling) is a Nexus 8, an improved replicant from the previous Nexus 6 (androids physically humans, but smarter and stronger) that in 2019 they were pursued and retired by special agents named "Blade Runners", who works as a Blade Runner "retiring" the remnants of the Nexus 6, living with a lovely home hologram named Joi (Ana de Armas) as only one company. In his last case to locate and retire a replicant named Sapper Morton (Dave Bautista), "K" finds traces of a burial close to Morton's home, and he unearths a mysterious box where are discovered the mortal remains of Rachael (Sean Young), a replicant who was missing since 2019 after she fled with Blade Runner Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford). Discovering the impossible that Rachael was pregnant, and that possibly her child could be alive, Lieutenant Joshi (Robin Wright) orders "K" to find and destroy Rachael's descendant before the news is known to the public eye, and it causes a mass hysteria. But this revelation is known by blind scientist Niander Wallace (Jared Leto), owner of Wallace Corporation, creator and manufacturer of the Nexus 8 (heir of the previous Tyrell Corporation that manufactured the Nexus 6 that had collapsed during a world blackout in 2022), who is obsessed to create replicants able to bring new life. Unknown to "K", Wallace orders his personal assistant, a Nexus 8 named Luv (Sylvia Hoeks), to find Deckard in order to get him to reveal the location of the child he had with Rachael. But the mission gets complicated for "K" when he starts to question his own false memories, wondering if he could be Deckard's child, and not the replicant that he was thought to be. As "K"'s investigation progresses, and his steps point toward Deckard, Luv's steps point toward "K", in a race against the clock to see who finds Deckard first.

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Saturday, 26 Sep 2020 16:42

I went to the cinema expecting a great film with great acting. I was not let down. It has plenty of things going for it, but it also has a major flaw which can stop a great film from being great. It's called The "Deja-vu Effect" and it happens when the audience (the audience which is, in this case, teenagers) have been told that it is "The Last Martian" when in fact, it is "the Last Martian". The audience can't help but point out the flaws and agree with them. What the audience needs to understand, however, is that all these great things about the film do not exist in order to achieve a good story or character development. The flaw lies in the fact that it is a children's film, and the audience is therefore bored to tears. I'm just sad to think that in an age of CG-animation, the level of special effects, whether they are realistic or not, do not seem to be what they are supposed to be. It's like looking at real life, and everything looks like the latest toy. I also feel that the director might have fallen into the trap of making a film for children, but not for adults. At this stage, they don't know what to expect. Instead, they expect their favorite director to be able to deliver a strong story and special effects. They go to see a film with amazing special effects, but they expect to be surprised. Unfortunately, what they are expecting is a mediocre film. There is no surprise factor in this film. The story is good but not great, and is very slow. The characters are all very uninteresting and not very likable. The plot is also very uninteresting and is sometimes very predictable. All in all, it is a very good film, but I can't help but feel that the film could have been so much better. It's a shame that this is what I got.
Thursday, 03 Sep 2020 16:04

While watching this movie for the first time, I couldn't help but feel like I had already seen it at least a couple times before. I mean, I can easily see how some people may dislike this movie, as it takes a while to get into it, but if you like sci-fi movies like Interstellar, I think you'll really enjoy this one. I think the time spent setting up the story is enough to really set the movie apart from the usual sci-fi fare. From the beginning, I was impressed with the amount of character development that was given, and I thought that each character was well developed and had enough depth to make me care about them. This movie is definitely not an action-packed movie, but it doesn't lack in the action department either. You'll find the fight scenes really are quite cool, and they don't take the movie down, but it doesn't have the same intensity that a lot of other action movies do. For some, I think the fight scenes may be a bit too long, but for me, they were really well done. It's not too long to get into, but there are still quite a few twists and turns, and they were done very well. There were also some scenes that were somewhat creepy, and that I thought were very well done. Some of the special effects that they used were also quite cool, and some of the visuals were stunning. Overall, I thought the movie was very well done. I think if you're looking for a movie to watch with your friends and family, you should definitely go out and see this one. I think it is worth it, even though it's not an action-packed movie.
Monday, 17 Aug 2020 12:40

Greetings again from the darkness. This is the sequel to Ryan Gosling's seminal 1982 movie "Blade Runner". The original was a remake of a Korean film called "The Waging of the War" which won the World Film Award for Best Film in 1982. This was the first movie directed by Philip K. Dick, the author of "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?" - another classic sci-fi novel. You can read that here. But back to the story, the movie is about 2049, the year the original movie was set. We follow Roy Scheider's character Rick Deckard as he is hired to find out why the United States' nuclear submarines were decommissioned. Then, he finds that Deckard himself is going to be decommissioned. Deckard realizes that there is another, more advanced civilization and seeks out to meet them and negotiate a way out of his life. This is where the similarities between the two movies end. The original movie was based on a sci-fi book, so there were themes and ideas that were to be explored, unlike this movie which just got started and then just jumped to the end. The movie itself has a lot of nods to the original movie, but it also is very different, and you won't be able to tell them apart. There are also elements of the original movie that were lost in the sequel. The character of Rick Deckard was originally played by the late Harrison Ford, who went on to play the part of Han Solo in the "Star Wars" movies. Harrison Ford had a more serious role and seemed much more serious than what Ryan Gosling played in the original movie. The original movie also dealt with other aspects that weren't as prevalent in the sequel, like the subject of Deckard's childhood, and the story of a future society being suppressed by the United States government, which is something that was not explored in this movie. We also get to see a character from the original movie, and a female lead that doesn't appear in the movie, that are portrayed as a one note character in the sequel. Overall, the movie is worth watching, even if you have seen the original movie. It was really well done, I really enjoyed it, but if you haven't seen the original movie, it's not worth it. But it's still a great movie.
Sunday, 28 Jun 2020 19:04

This is the 20th instalment in the legendary Philip K. Dick series, and is a sequel to the equally great, The Final Cut, and that's why I'm watching it. It's been four years since we last saw Deckard Shaw, an android with an identity crisis who spent much of his life in a cryo-tissue depot before being recreated as a man by the engineer Ray Walker. The film, as the title suggests, is set in the future, where we see it almost daily with a clear sign of tech advancement. The flashbacks we're shown are to Deckard's childhood, when he was part of the crew of the ship Prometheus. The crew has gone off to Mars, and Ray is a lonely, no-nonsense man, not understanding the need to be a human being. He's taken a job as a security chief, and meets a woman called Ketty, and slowly gets to know her. But she also has a child, which she names Harrison. The ship is found by a group of human colonists, who are also looking for a new home. Harrison is pregnant with his child, and the crew wants to keep him alive, so they travel to the home world of Temporal Engineers to find a replacement, which also means finding out that Harrison was a Temporal Engineer. When Deckard is found, a ship containing a human baby is also found. The crew is sent to the home world of the Temporal Engineers, where they meet a female android, K to see what life was like for them before they were revived by the aliens. The three meet Harrison, who had a child with Ketty, but was removed from her body in a cryo-frozen state. He's shown as a baby in an EDI report, and it seems that they've found a way to contact him, and he's eventually told to come back to the ship. Harrison is just as distant from Deckard as he was to him before he was cryo-frozen, but eventually comes to the rescue of the crew. It's a compelling plot with a couple of surprises, and it's done very well. The acting is great, especially by The Rock as the android, and this is one of his best performances, and the other great thing about it is, that he can actually act. The special effects are amazing, the ship and all the things that were in it are real. It's a bit CGI, but what we do see is real, like the planet, and the ship itself. I think the ending is a bit weak, and it's all done in a nice way, which is why I was expecting a lot more. The script is also pretty good, with a bit of suspense and a fair amount of emotion. The film is dark, and the science is never explained. It's not really a sci-fi film, but it's good, it's a solid action movie, with a great character and a good plot, that's not really what we're used to in the Star Wars franchise.


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