The greaser's review and analysis of Blade Runner 2049 (2017.)
Directed by: Denis Villeneuve
Written by: Hampton Fancher and Michael Green
Director of Photography: Roger Deakins
Music by: Benjamin Wallfisch and Hans Zimmer
I've had complicated thoughts about Blade Runner 2049 since I first saw it at The Arclight in Hollywood when it came out.
My Citizen Kane is the original Blade Runner from 1982.
In this review, I discuss why I think the new Blade Runner is a great movie, but also not nearly as good as the original Blade Runner.
I also discuss the new film's themes, which run the gamut from existential to political, in my estimation.
I spoil the entire movie, so if you don't want spoilers and the warning at the start of this film doesn't dissuade you, don't watch this.
Let me know what you think about Blade Runner 2049 and how you think it compares to the original Blade Runner.
Greaser Reviews Blade Runner 2049
Written and Produced by Whitney Dinneweth
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An Above the Cut film.