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Blade Runner 2049 creates gorgeously languid spectacle from our memories of a classic - AV Club

Blade Runner 2049 begins on a farm in broad daylight. It's what you would call a dramatic change of scenery. Before now—which is to say, for the decades it took Hollywood to get this long-awaited sequel off the ground—Blade Runner was basically ...and more »

Big ideas, stupendous spectacle — Blade Runner 2049 is an astoundingly good film - Financial Times

No sci-fi movie could be better than Blade Runner. But Denis Villeneuve's sequel runs it close. Ryan Gosling in 'Blade Runner 2049'. Share on Twitter (opens new window) · Share on Facebook (opens new window) · Share on LinkedIn (opens new window ...and more »

What is a Blade Runner? And other questions you may have before seeing the sequel - Telegraph.co.uk

It's been called “the most spectacular blockbuster of our time”, so you'll probably be wanting to see this week's Blade Runner 2049 for yourself. But not all of us have time to check out the original film ahead of the long-awaited sequel. For Blade ...and more »

Blade Runner 2049: our spoiler-free review - The Verge

It's been 35 years since Ridley Scott's Blade Runner hit theaters, and when it takes this long for a sequel to roll around, a few questions need to be answered. No question is more important than “why?” Yes, we're in a cultural moment where nearly ...and more »

Review: Just Wait 'Til You Get Your Eyes on Blade Runner 2049 - WIRED

Before a recent press screening of Blade Runner 2049, a representative from Warner Bros. read a note from Denis Villeneuve, in which the director politely asked those assembled to preserve the film's many secrets. It's a reasonable request, but a ...and more »

Blade Runner 2049 review – a gigantic spectacle of pure hallucinatory craziness - The Guardian

With this visually staggering film, director Denis Villeneuve brings us to a kind of Ozymandias moment. It just has to be experienced on the biggest screen possible. Blade Runner 2049 is a narcotic spectacle of eerie and pitiless vastness, by turns ...and more »

'Blade Runner 2049': Film Review - Hollywood Reporter

Harrison Ford is back, alongside Ryan Gosling, Jared Leto and Robin Wright, in Denis Villeneuve's sequel to the Ridley Scott classic. For committed fans who have patiently waited 35 years for a sequel to Ridley Scott's mesmerizingly lento sci-fi ...and more »

Between the Streams: 'Blade Runner 2049' relief, 'Star Trek: Discovery' review - Digital Trends

DT's weekly entertainment show, Between the Streams, is your guide to all of the hottest, most important, and (of course) dumbest new developments in streaming and entertainment, providing a handy recap of the week that was and a preview for what's ...and more »

Visual marvel 'Blade Runner 2049' as awesome as the original - Chicago Sun-Times

When “Blade Runner 2049” fades to black after a perfect last shot, wait a minute before you turn your phone back on and you head for the exit and you return to the real world of the multiplex lobby and all that waits beyond. Take a moment to absorb and ...and more »

Blade Runner 2049 Review - IGN

By Scott Collura The idea of making a sequel to Ridley Scott's iconic Blade Runner has long been akin to inviting a Replicant over to play chess: it was just the ultimate Bad Idea. And yet here we are, 35 years after the original noir sci-fi classic ...and more »