I got the video now and Inhuman episode 3. I will first watch Inhuman then the old Blade Runner.What makes you think he did? Do you believe he thought he was really writing future history instead of just a story out of his imagination?
His imagination That's just silly
It's also being shown in IMAX in my place. Noticed it's indicated 2 hours and 54 hours. Are there a lot of 3D scenes in the movie enough to warrant Imax tickets? Need to reserve some seats if it has many 3D. Thanks.I saw it also. In IMAX, Thursday night. Not many people there.
I liked it. Very cinematic (visually good). Interesting story. The short videos I linked to above will help understanding of what is going on in the movie.
It is not a fast moving film through, but you can get sucked into it if you are patient.
Differences are (not spoilers):
- the existence of replicants is widely acknowledged if the film,
- the issue of replicant emotions is more obviously dealt with.
FYI, there is a bazillion of cuts out there. Well, ok, maybe three main cuts. There's the theatrical cut with the intentionally hammy voiceover (avoid!), the one without it (preferred version in my opinion), and the one with the unicorn (one extra scene alters the whole film - arguably more in line with the short story it was based on, but less coherent as a purely cinematic experience).I will first watch the old Blade Runner later in video to be familiar with the story
Blade Runner (30th Anniversary Collector's Edition) [Blu-ray] by Warner Home VideoFYI, there is a bazillion of cuts out there. Well, ok, maybe three main cuts. There's the theatrical cut with the intentionally hammy voiceover (avoid!), the one without it (preferred version in my opinion), and the one with the unicorn (one extra scene alters the whole film - arguably more in line with the short story it was based on, but less coherent as a purely cinematic experience).
Spoiler filled source; "...one-eyed robo-rebel Freysa..."Not the one in first movie, the replicant leader in the new one.
Dang, I was sure I'd seen her in something else.
Yes in this plot. Fixing eyes is Minority Report sci fi. Recall the plot of the original Blade Runner: the goal of the rogue replicants was to have their short lives lengthened. The assumed genetic technology of the day is powerful so that extra human abilities are easy to create, but impossible to change once built. The eye, the optic nerve, the visual centers or the brain are not add-ons. Roy doesn't take no very well.but are you telling me we can get skinjobs but this rich guy can't get his eyes fixed?
This is my thought. We can already 3d print vital organs and fire lasers into our eyes to fix them, but they cannot replace eyes despite making androids that bleed? Sorry, don't buy that.I'm afraid I didn't follow that very well. Why can't he get his eyes fixed? I've had five operations on my right eye. One more coming when it heals up from the last procedure. Not a replicant yet.
We already have initial researches about optic nerves regeneration. See:Nobody fixes optic nerves yet.