Blade Runner 2049 (4K Ultra HD + Blu-ray)
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- Language : English
- Package Dimensions : 17 x 13.4 x 1.6 cm; 100 Grams
- Director : Denis Villeneuve
- Media Format : 4K, PAL
- Run time : 2 hours and 43 minutes
- Release date : 17 January 2018
- Actors : Dave Bautista, Robin Wright, Harrison Ford, Ryan Gosling
- Dubbed: : English
- Studio : UniversalSony
- ASIN : B0771ND3Q6
- Country of origin : Australia
- Number of discs : 2
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Denis Villeneuve directs this sequel to the 1982 sci-fi thriller 'Blade Runner'. Three decades after the events of the first film, replicant K (Ryan Gosling) works as a blade runner for the LAPD, under the command of Lieutenant Joshi (Robin Wright). On his latest assignment to retire an old Nexus-8 model, K discovers a secret that could shatter accepted knowledge of androids' capabilities and in turn makes him question his own purpose. In search of assistance and answers, K seeks out former blade runner Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford), but he is being closely trailed by fellow replicant Luv (Sylvia Hoeks), who has been dispatched by replicant manufacturer Neander Wallace (Jared Leto) to find what K is looking for.
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The movie itself is good, though not as good as the original Blade Runner. However, for fans of the original there are plenty of nods to watch for. There is also quite a bit of new fodder for the "Is Deckard a replicant?" bonfire. Edward James Olmos also makes an appearance--which would not be complete without yet another origami to argue about. This movie is deep, and with each watching I've noticed new details and new touches borrowed from the original. It's definitely worth getting, but doesn't have to be 3D.
All in all, a good purchase that I do not regret paying for, but I do recommend a 4KUHD instead. Best, Raphael
P.S. Now, if they launched a 4KUHD WITH 3D, I'd be all over it..!
EDIT (10/08/20): I decided to try and adjust my TV settings to counterbalance the poor image I was seeing in 3D and, to my surprise, the 3D presentation improved simnifically! I did have to adjust several items (eg. brightness, contrast, saturation, as well as 3D depth, and many other settings), but once those were done I did see a remarkable improvement in the 3D image and now I can fully recommend this item. I hope this helps. R.
Scenes that I hadn’t even enjoyed before came to life in 3D, and scenes I’d liked already became truly elevated to scenes I love.
I’ve got a growing collection of 3D Blu-Ray films and this is easily one of the best, most super-slick treatments I’ve ever seen (Even better than The Force Awakens).
If you liked this film okay, be sure to nab it in 3D — I wasn’t even planning on watching more than a few minutes of it when it first arrived with several other titles, but found myself absolutely absorbed, watching the whole film in that single sitting.
Wow, what a delightful surprise. I’m looking forward to watching it again and again, which — guaranteed — I will.
The film starts off well but is ultimately undone by too many plot holes and “oh come on” moments. An ambitious attempt, but never reaches the same heights as its predecessor.