Create Game Lists on MeltedJoystick.com
FilmCrave home
   Movies  Members
Search +
Searching... Close  
Are you sure you want to delete this comment?
  
 
  Login Using Facebook
Twitter
 
     
 

Blade Runner (1982) Movie Reviews

Your Rating:
 
 
Buy Blade Runner (1982) DVD from AmazonBuy Blade Runner (1982) DVD from Amazon  Add to List: Add to movie listWrite Review +Request correction +Submit a plot +

Full Movie Reviews

1 - 7 of 7 

  View cinegeek.de's Profile
cinegeek.de
Producer
 

08/16/2016 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Menschlich

Our Daily Free Strem: Ridley Scott - Blade Runner. Ob wir wollen oder nicht; das Remake von Dennis Villeneuve schreitet langsam voran. Hier das Original. - Das ist also "Jetzt", die Zukunft. Die Autos sehen aus wie Boxen, doch immer noch wird so etwas wie Rock'n Roll im Radio gespielt. Blade Runner eröffnet eine Zukunft 2020 in Los Angeles. L.A. sieht aus wie Tokyo und tatsächlich trinkt ein japanisches Mädchen Coca Cola. Immerhin: Es sieht sensationell aus! Die Wolkenkatzer sind noch ein Stück gewachsen und die Menschen fahren umher in Vehikles, die alles können. Fahren, fliegen, klettern. L.A., ein urbaner Dschungel. Durch die "Mean Streets", die wir kein Mal bei Tageslicht sehen, streift Harrison Ford. Er sucht eine Gruppe Replikanten, die aus der Off-World geflohen...

 

read more +
 
Write comment +View all reviews + Was this review helpful? Yes   No
 
 
  View Yojimbo's Profile
Yojimbo
Movie God
 

05/23/2012 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

"Blade Runner" by Yojimbo

When four artificial humans return to Earth to seek their maker and extend their lifespans, an ex-"Blade Runner" is sent in pursuit to "retire" them. Based on a story by Philip K. Dick, Blade Runner is a true watershed in the evolution of science fiction cinema. It's one of the most visually influential films ever made and although William Gibson's novel Neuromancer is often cited as the birth of "Cyberpunk", he freely admits that Ridley Scott did it first. Although most cyberpunk influenced movies look very silly in this day and age, Scott's future detective story created its own sub-genre (often referred to as "tech-noir") by skillfully blending the format of Film Noir with the visual trappings of science fiction making for an immersive world that is the melting pot of styles and cultur...

Rating of
4/4 

read more +
 
Write comment +View all reviews + Was this review helpful? Yes   No
 
 
  View Moviehead's Profile
Moviehead
Producer
 

04/01/2012 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

The final cut

This movie has one of saddest openings. Thank gods it all wasnt like this, it would probably be unbearable. Instead this opening fits very well into this not depressing movie.
Later film gets some charm that you may miss first time you see it, i did. It stays sad all the time, but that isnecessary if we consider its about death. Another dark thing abot Blade Runner is environment. Its very chaotic and showing it in noir style was great solution. But as i said it is not depressing, it has all these interesting characters and its very imaginative. And it achieves epic feeling. And also its one of few romance i liked in film. So it practically delivers some light into this depressing subject.
Simply: Blade Runner is one of best films ever.

Rating of
4/4 

Write comment +View all reviews + Was this review helpful? Yes   No
 
 
  View Daniel Corleone's Profile
Daniel Corleone
Movie God
 

08/21/2011 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Blade Runner review

A film that stars Harrison Ford as Rick Deckard, a retired Blade Runner who takes on one more task to “retire” 4 replicants in the year 2019. Replicants are robots manufactured by the powerful Tyrell Corporation with a lifespan of 4 years (as a fail-safe) only to prevent developing any emotions. The Replicants are Leon (Brion James), Roy Batty (Rutger Hauer), Zhora (Joanna Cassidy) and Pris (Daryl Hannah). Deckard falls for Rachel (Sean Young), an experimental replicant who believes she is human. Some nice lines in the picture: Leon – “Painful to live in fear, isn't it?” Roy – “I've done questionable things.” “I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I've watched c-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhäuser Gate. All those ......

Rating of
3.5/4 

read more +
 
Write comment +View all reviews + Was this review helpful? Yes   No
 
 
  View mdtinney's Profile
mdtinney
Movie God
 

10/07/2009 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Best Sci-Fi movie ever??? It is close!!!

Look it's quite simple there are those who worship Blade Runner and those who just don't get it. For those who don't you're either too shallow and simplistic (sorry if I offend anyone there) or haven't given it enough of a chance yet. I myself didn't really get into it until I was old enough to properly absorb such a beautiful, complex tapestry of a movie, but now that I do, my god, if this isn't one of the greatest films of all time I don't know what is. From Vangelis' incredible score to the faultless FX to Ford's wonderfully downbeat performance this film exudes a beauty and ambience that has influenced countless films since yet has never been beaten. Plagued by on-set troubles between Director Ridley Scott and Harrison Ford as well as a disenchanted crew it's a miracle the film turned...

Rating of
3.5/4 

read more +
 
Write comment +View all reviews + Was this review helpful? Yes   No
 
 
  View Drive-In Massacre's Profile
Drive-In Massacre
Producer
 

05/05/2009 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

I've Seen Things You People Wouldn't Believe

Directed by genius film maker, Ridley Scott (Alien, Gladiator, American Gangster), Blade Runner happens to be one of the top 10 best science-fiction films I've ever seen, and science-fiction is possibly my favorite genre of film.

Written by Philip K. Dick, (who's books would also be the basis for films such as:Minority Report (2002) & Total Recall (1990)), the film and story creates a future that is a realistic and plausible as, Stanley Kubrick's 1968 film, 2001: A Space Odyssey and George Orwell's dystopic novel, 1984. The story is based in L.A. during the year 2019. The film follows Rick Deckard, who's job is to job track down and kill "replicants" (a replicant is a human clone that was used for slavery years before. By the time Blade Runner begins, replicants a considered ileag...

Rating of
4/4 

read more +
 
Write comment +View all reviews + Was this review helpful? Yes   No
 
 
  View LeopardExplosion's Profile
LeopardExplosion
Movie Star
 

09/15/2008 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Timeless Sci-Fi Thriller. Incredible Cinematics.

Of many a Sir Ridley Scott's films, out of the ones I have already seen, Blade Runner would come out on top. In My own Opinion. The Dark Gloomy Cinematography just makes the movie for some people, and in 1982, Creativity and Cinematics like that are absolutely breathtaking. Even to this day I am astounded by the work put into Blade Runner. But some cons can be found here. Slow Paced and sometimes hard to follow. At times I wasn't sure what I was going after in the plot, but after a little bit of light thinking I started to work everything out. Other than that not much is of this is that bad. Sure the characters aren't well developed. Half of the leads being clones, and the other half being Harrison Ford, these guys can get dull. But never-the-less. its Sci-Fi. It's Ridley Scott. Sometimes...

Rating of
4/4 

read more +
 
Write comment +View all reviews + Was this review helpful? Yes   No
 
 
1    
 
 
Log In
Help on how to log into FilmCrave
Login with Facebook
Login with FilmCrave
 
 
What Members Are Doing
Movie Talk
New Movie Reviews
New Movie Lists
Movies of 2012 by Stoney McStonerson
Recent Movies To See by Mr Cinema
2010 by Karmand
Movies to Watch by royaluglydudes
Superhero Films by SIngli6
2017 Rated and Ranked by Chris Kavan
Movies Watched by Sunbutt
My Wish List by hoods_breath

 

 

 

Contact FilmCrave Public Relations    

Advertise and Business

Developer API

Contact Us

Jobs

About us

SiteMap

 

Support FilmCrave

FAQ and Help

News and Press

Terms of Use

Privacy