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greenhulk40 23-11-2018 09:33 PM

Blade Runner 1982 which version is best ?
 
What is your favourite version of Blade Runner?

Theatrical version (voice over, Happy Ending)
International version ( same as the theatrical with more violence?)
Directors Cut ( no voice over, Deckard Replicant theory, no happy ending)
Final Cut ( same as Directors cut, with added scenes, picture restored )

cosmicpurpose1.618 24-11-2018 07:50 AM

I haven't seen any of those.

What's the movie about?

oz93666 24-11-2018 07:53 AM

who even cares !!

This forum is going from bad to worse !

greenhulk40 24-11-2018 06:58 PM

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Originally Posted by oz93666 (Post 1063048953)
who even cares !!

This forum is going from bad to worse !

Yep the forum is getting worse when fucking Celine Dion makes the headlines on today's news and nobody has mentioned Tommy Robinson working for UKIP,
As for my post on Blade Runner remember its posted on Entertainment and i was trying to get a discussion going maybe you should watch the movie and read a book by Philip K Dick !

hayed joe 24-11-2018 07:13 PM

Well it is in the Entertainment subforum, I did enjoy the theatrical release version and didn't know as much about the other versions. Not saw those but had heard, just didn't feel like watching as I like the "Happy ending".

greenhulk40 24-11-2018 08:10 PM

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Originally Posted by hayed joe (Post 1063048985)
Well it is in the Entertainment subforum, I did enjoy the theatrical release version and didn't know as much about the other versions. Not saw those but had heard, just didn't feel like watching as I like the "Happy ending".

I'm with you i prefer the happy ending and the scene where Deckard drives off with Rachel in the daylight is great with Vangelis music playing, they used the mountain scenes from Stanley Kubrick The Shining.

truth seeker 09 24-11-2018 08:59 PM

Did you watch the new Blade Runner? 'Blade Runner 2049' to be exact.

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greenhulk40 24-11-2018 09:21 PM

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Originally Posted by truth seeker 09 (Post 1063048994)
Did you watch the new Blade Runner? 'Blade Runner 2049' to be exact.

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Yes i watched Blade Runner 2049 i wasn't impressed, it was too clinical and a depressing film, it didn't help that Ryan Gosling was in the movie, he is a terrible actor with the same facial expression in every movie, the new Blade Runner movie had no emotion and i was really disappointed, just watch Blade Runner especially Rutger Hauer as the Replicant Roy Batty , listen to Roy Batty dying words 'Tears in Rain' Blade Runner is 36 years old and its one of the greatest sci fi movies and there is a message in the film, forget about the new movie it bombed and is hated.

truth seeker 09 24-11-2018 09:31 PM

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Originally Posted by greenhulk40 (Post 1063049001)
Yes i watched Blade Runner 2049 i wasn't impressed, it was too clinical and a depressing film, it didn't help that Ryan Gosling was in the movie, he is a terrible actor with the same facial expression in every movie,

What do you mean?

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greenhulk40 24-11-2018 09:40 PM

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Originally Posted by truth seeker 09 (Post 1063049004)
What do you mean?

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This is funny !

truth seeker 09 24-11-2018 11:02 PM

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Originally Posted by greenhulk40 (Post 1063049001)
Yes i watched Blade Runner 2049 i wasn't impressed, it was too clinical and a depressing film, it didn't help that Ryan Gosling was in the movie, he is a terrible actor with the same facial expression in every movie, the new Blade Runner movie had no emotion and i was really disappointed, just watch Blade Runner especially Rutger Hauer as the Replicant Roy Batty , listen to Roy Batty dying words 'Tears in Rain' Blade Runner is 36 years old and its one of the greatest sci fi movies and there is a message in the film, forget about the new movie it bombed and is hated.

You already said it. Nothing else to add.

Dude111 25-11-2018 05:20 PM

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Originally Posted by oz93666
who even cares !!

Indeed....I dont like ANY VERISON of that movie!!

greenhulk40 26-11-2018 12:17 AM

Hi
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Originally Posted by Dude111 (Post 1063049104)
Indeed....I dont like ANY VERISON of that movie!!

Sad to hear you didn't like Blade Runner, to me the film is about life the Replicant is man made and does not want to die , he values life so much he saves Deckard who is human and wants to kill him, maybe if you went back and watched the film it might open your eyes.

cosmicpurpose1.618 26-11-2018 01:08 AM

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Originally Posted by greenhulk40 (Post 1063048984)
read a book by Philip K Dick !

'We can build you'?

That book?

I was just reading it today funnily enough.

Had no idea it relates to 'Blade Runner' probably because I've never seen that film.

cosmicpurpose1.618 26-11-2018 01:13 AM

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Originally Posted by greenhulk40 (Post 1063049001)
Ryan Gosling is a terrible actor

So you are a great actor or acting coach then?

If not, you are speaking out of turn, as he has made multi-million dollar films that sell out theatres for months.

Which film were you a part of that did the same...?

Sounds as though you are just bitter and/or jealous.

greenhulk40 29-11-2018 04:17 PM

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Originally Posted by cosmicpurpose1.618 (Post 1063049162)
So you are a great actor or acting coach then?

If not, you are speaking out of turn, as he has made multi-million dollar films that sell out theatres for months.

Which film were you a part of that did the same...?

Sounds as though you are just bitter and/or jealous.


Are you serious about Ryan Gosling ? He is totally wooden i have seen more life in a corpse, as for staring in multimillion pound movies so has The Rock but i wouldn't say he is a great actor and i don't need to be a actor to know if someone is a shit actor that doesn't make sense.

JumpRogue 29-11-2018 05:22 PM

All versions are good

semper_occultus 29-11-2018 06:13 PM

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Originally Posted by cosmicpurpose1.618 (Post 1063049161)
'We can build you'?

That book?

No - it was based on Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep although I'd say that most of what ade the film epic isn't really in the book - it was Ridley Scott's vision, Rutger Hauer's cahrisma, Daryl Hanna's ahem need I say more

hayed joe 29-11-2018 07:03 PM

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Originally Posted by semper_occultus (Post 1063049589)
No - it was based on Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep although I'd say that most of what ade the film epic isn't really in the book - it was Ridley Scott's vision, Rutger Hauer's cahrisma, Daryl Hanna's ahem need I say more

Actually, think I did read the book, that's the one with the Mercer religion in it? Throwing rocks at the leader. No idea how that could have made it into the film but might have to get another copy to give it another go.

truth seeker 09 29-11-2018 11:09 PM

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Originally Posted by cosmicpurpose1.618 (Post 1063049162)
So you are a great actor or acting coach then?

You don't have to be an actor yourself to have an opinion.

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Originally Posted by cosmicpurpose1.618 (Post 1063049162)
If not, you are speaking out of turn, as he has made multi-million dollar films that sell out theatres for months.

Many blockbusters have great visuals, audio, CGI and so on but average or even worse acting.


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