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Blade Runner 2049 ()

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Thirty years after the events of the first film, a new blade runner, LAPD Officer K (Ryan Gosling), unearths a long-buried secret that has the potential to plunge what's left of society into chaos. K's discovery leads him on a quest to find Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford), a former LAPD blade runner who has been missing for 30 years. (imdb)

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Date User Score
Dec 18 Ariaz Ariaz
85T9
Dec 18 bennick218
85T8
Dec 17 Chase_23
92T7
Dec 17 steelhep
88T7
Dec 17 OnTheMF
90T9
Dec 17 pvouvitu
93T10
Dec 17 Timec
70T6
Dec 17 mrburaksakar mrburaksakar
86T10
Dec 16 ihandy
70T2
Dec 16 brownwc2
99T10
Dec 16 Seth03s Seth_03s
59T1
Dec 16 eplpw
35T2
Dec 16 Loser_bs
90T10
Dec 16 xnder x@nder
80T10
Dec 16 ankesh
92T10
Dec 16 TheDiscoKid
85T7
Dec 15 krf7 krf7
92T10
Dec 15 cendos cendos
90T10
Dec 15 Sachaz Sachaz
73T7
Dec 15 Dipster
65T1
Dec 14 douglascouto
89T8
Dec 14 eCitizen eCitizen
80T8
Ryan Gosling was good and Ana de Armas was oh so sweet. The story was a bit overbearing and brutal and there were a few confusing plot points. Full of action, suspense and intrigue. Pacing alternated between super slow and super fast. Good cast with excellent performances from all. Good music and sound. I was engaged and entertained throughout, but I left feeling as though more could have been done with the story and that some of the visuals had been somewhat overdone.
Dec 13 manilc
90T10
Dec 13 thatgreatwar
90T10
Dec 13 wcKqw1
90T5
Dec 13 atimetolive
3T6
Dec 13 moosemoose moosemoose
90T10
Dec 12 mw0lfe7 mw0lfe7
80T7
Dec 12 Koernia Koernia
80T9
Dec 12 sboden
100T8
Dec 12 jannisan
70T8
Dec 12 luc luc
65T5
Dec 12 christof christof
86T9
Dec 11 92filmgeek
75T10
Dec 11 Cao Cao
78T9
Dec 11 jhappytimes
80T6
Dec 11 bybrt bybrt
65T6
Dec 10 Rabum Alal
74T3
Dec 10 kafka1325 kafka1325
70T9
Dec 10 Vesey Vesey
89T9
Dec 10 przeemek_
62T3
Dec 10 przypau
72T6
Dec 09 mrrfsr
95
Dec 09 Bachelor
73T5
Dec 09 todemax
80T8
Dec 09 luise
80T5
Dec 09 DIcon195 DIcon195
90T10
Dec 08 muhd220
87T9
Dec 08 vzzmDh
85T8
Dec 08 theprodiger
91
Dec 08 sush812
80T6
Dec 07 sedric sedric
50T4
Dec 07 gswanson17
90T9
Dec 07 MCProust MCProust
86T8
Dec 06 McGinty
87T9
Dec 06 twriston
6T3
Dec 05 Hangarl
95T10
Dec 05 lynchian
66T5
Dec 05 pdavid
96T9
Dec 05 artvandelay4
90T9
Dec 05 Bedestani Bedestani
98T9
Dec 05 larmor
26T1
Dec 04 xaninof xaninof
78T8
Dec 04 ehsanamid ehsan_amid
93T10
Dec 04 ntodi89
79T7
Dec 04 RGB RGB
90T9
Dec 03 HTD
10T8
Dec 03 gAlet
70T6
Dec 03 Invi Invi
97T10
Dec 03 Povilas
70T4
Dec 03 Beard_Boy Beard Boy
90T5
Great sequel. Stunning visuals. Terrific score. Great cast. Good twist. Looked great on the big screen.
Dec 02 mertsoy
79T7
Dec 02 Ninoumtl
95T9
Dec 02 nelson4070
90T7
Dec 02 Holygrail2
91T7
Dec 02 dbrenn01
75T7
Dec 02 Armilio Armilio
72T8
Villeneuve leaves the noir and the baroque/neo-renaissance of the 1┬░ Blade Runner to make a thriller with a more generic sci-fi scenography. It's a good thing because Villeneuve didn't just copy Scott, but that style was what made Blader Runner shine of its own light estetically. 2049 is less about "what is humanity" and more about " memory/identity", a topic loved by Villeneuve. It fells more cold, with less emotional connection, because it's the world different, with less humanity in it.
Dec 02 milojko
90T9
Dec 02 pythag3
97T9
Dec 01 jace347 jace347
96T9
Dec 01 brendoman brendoman
89T6
Dec 01 Numling Numling
9T10
Dec 01 Ytadel Ytadel
9T10
I've been stewing on this for a few weeks without ranking because I wanted to see how it sat with me after mulling on it (I don't hand out a "9" casually), and it's sitting well indeed, so many scenes and ideas and concepts and characters and beautiful visual images still seared into my brain. This one had more of an impact on me than the original, I admit, and I currently feel comfortable calling it my favorite film of 2017. Sylvia Hoeks steals the show. Well, and Roger Deakins, of course.
Dec 01 KirkJiggler
8T6
Dec 01 Erenov Erenov
75T5
Dec 01 PDM82 PDM.82
89T7
With beautiful cinematography by Roger Deakins, a wonderful score by Hanz Zimmer and great storytelling by director Denis Villeneuve, 'Blade Runner 2049' is an incredible sequel. Set thirty years after the first film 'Blade Runner' (1982), a replicant named "K" hunts rogue replicants. When he discovers evidence that a replicant has reproduced, he is tasked with destroying the child to prevent a replicant uprising. Villeneuve's vision is alive and well with visuals made for the big screen.
Nov 30 Chiptbhtv
90T9
Villenuvile has done it again. After riding the masterclass films, Arrival, Sicaro and Prisoners to success, Denis Villenuvile cements himself as one of the greatest film makers working today with the long, though incredibly gripping Blade Runner 2049, which, throughout its 164 minute runtime, has you questioning at every turn what it means to be alive.
Nov 30 shenks
87T9
Nov 30 ulm2131
83T5
Nov 30 sebby sebby
65T5
Nov 29 sarp sarp
80T7
Nov 29 Ptendency Ptendency
88T7
Nov 29 opprobrium
95T6
Nov 29 arkwvw
90T6
Nov 28 andrewl97
65T2
Nov 28 lockstock lockstock
74T10
Nov 28 Colin19
95T10
Nov 28 Boonmee Boonmee
80T8
Nov 28 ZachReviews ZachReviews
85T6
What it has in beautiful aesthetics, it lacks in muddy pacing and disjointed writing.
Nov 28 yeezysenpai yeezysenpai
93T10
Nov 27 hardcourters rthornhill
92T9
Nov 27 HollowHead
94T10
Nov 27 RetinaScan RetinaScan
95T10
Nov 27 thomasrufus
8T10
Nov 27 Fausticus1
100T10
Nov 27 toad02
90T9
Nov 27 ammutseba ammutseba
81T7
Nov 27 nothings nothings
71T8
disappointing... if for some reason you actually expect it (as a nostalgia induced unplanned sequel) to be fully worthy of one of the best movies ever. if youre more realistic then that, it's a nice slick thriller with ur fav blonde stoic pretty boy
Nov 26 TheDude774
90T8
Nov 26 FatSmurf
80T4
Nov 26 elbis
47T2
Nov 26 Frank
80T9
Nov 26 cambob
95T8
Nov 26 aurora aurora
84T10
Nov 26 5tQv82
90T8
Nov 26 wisseh
75T6
Nov 26 saint660 saint660
90T10
Nov 26 antoniah antoniah
80T8
Nov 26 drowsy
80T6
Nov 26 StBokonon
95T9
Nov 26 explodingw
70T4
Nov 25 Shewrats
90T9
Nov 25 DBibby DBibby
70T5
Nov 25 TDH1878 TDH1878
84T7
Nov 25 czimmerman9
79T2
Nov 25 Dfqpwo
90T7
Nov 25 Forner
81T4
Nov 25 kjones77
80T6
Nov 25 ajkert
93T2
Nov 25 benjuu
60T6
Nov 25 leafcolonel
85T9
Nov 25 f8YGGJ
85T6
Nov 25 ignamiranda
97T10
Nov 24 manes
6T4
Nov 24 bdfolsom bdfolsom
75T8
Nov 24 YunusGarvey
98T8
Nov 23 gotquail
95T10
Nov 23 alwerty
90T10
Nov 23 APLeien APLeien
92T9
Nov 23 qbota
95T10
Nov 22 syntaxerror syntaxerror
92T5
Nov 22 njm1211
90T5
Nov 22 BeautyBliss
85T8
So rare to see a sequel these days which lives up to the original. Well, this one does. Cinematography is stunning, direction is first class. Biggest problem is Gosling. He's a good actor, but just doesn't fit this part.
Nov 22 Cerendes Cerendes
6T5
Nov 22 melancholiaa melancholiaa
70T6
Nov 21 krypt
8T3
Nov 21 ericambler
73T6
Within BLADE RUNNER 2049 is an interesting original sci-fi film trapped inside a lega-sequel shell. Its narrative assumes quite a bit of pretense, and takes a long time to unwind, but it's a bit of a blessing in disguise, as it spaces out the clumsily derivative parts. It also helps that the film is a sensory delight: Denis Villeneuve once again proves that he is a master stylist, bringing a painterly eye to a project that greatly benefits from any little spark of originality.
Nov 21 durrty
3T6
Nov 21 Halo_Insider
78T5
Nov 21 KMcNeil KMcNeil
9T10
Nov 21 Josh_Forrest Josh Forrest
65T8
Nov 21 RADMANUS
95T10
Nov 20 imaginaryoct
8T10
Nov 20 pele
83T10
Nov 20 Tumerens Tumerens
91T8
Nov 20 BDqvS6
100T9
Nov 20 zak83
90T9
Nov 20 fact100 fact100
55T4
Disappointed once more (Denis Villeneuve), disillusions encore (Blade Runner 2049), I think I love you for sure (the Original Film), so you're not disappointing at all (Philip K. Dick)!
Nov 20 Yugesh
70T5
Nov 20 wuigee
82T9
Nov 19 mightysparks mightysparks
60T7
Nov 19 BenjiReina
65T9
Nov 19 CrUNcIN
96T10
Nov 19 StaticSnow
92T10
Nov 19 slassy slassy
80T7
Nov 19 goflyapig
80T6
Nov 19 madayanti madayanti
75T9
Nov 18 BangingOn Banging_On
82T8
Nov 18 ethnjnkns
94T10
Nov 18 toupe
80T5
Nov 18 VitorHono
95T9
Nov 18 WmvWisdom
82T7
Nov 18 daveyp
90T10
Nov 18 kowalsky kowalsky
94T10
Nov 18 MovieCrazy21
50T5
Nov 18 howleyt
60T4
Nov 18 LesterGroans
85T10
Nov 18 DreadTalon
90T10
Nov 17 cankaya07
85T9
Nov 17 mandch
87T8
Nov 16 Malkior
65T4
Nov 16 jam66539
79T8
Nov 16 valentin.mov
89T6
Nov 16 Apex50
75T3
Nov 16 edvinskis edvinskis
90T10
Nov 15 Carpetgiant Carpetgiant
84T7
Well, I'm glad they had a chance to make this before Harrison Ford was retired.
Nov 15 JohnnyHarker
8T9
Nov 15 Istarm
85T9
Nov 15 Kingjohnbbq Kingjohnbbq
95T9
Beautiful Sci-fi visuals for sure. As gritty as the original. love the way the story unfolded. Gosling is great in this, cant wait to see more of him. Jared leto hams it up and I cant wait to see less of him. Honestly though, as far as sequels go, you really can't ask for more. They did this about as well as you could and I was glad I caught it in the theater.
Nov 15 rossy_lpv
75T6
Nov 15 brukstewart brukstewart
100T9
Nov 14 pyramidsong pyramidsong
100T10
Nov 14 oiwakaiwa
75T7
Nov 14 shade shade
90T9
Nov 14 danielteplan
70T2
Nov 14 MJVmovieMan MJVmovieMan
80T8
Nov 14 Paxton Paxton
85T10
An obvious labor of love from Villeneuve. Really one of the most faithful sequels in spirit since Aliens or maybe Transformers: Dark of the Moon which used meticulous effort to maintain the thoroughly exasperating nature as the previous entries. Between this and Sicario I desperately want Denis to shelve his Dune project long enough to put out a film adaptation of the SNES game Shadowrun.
Nov 14 Mjfa Mjfa
65T3
Nov 14 Caveman
89T10
Nov 14 Maeldun
70T7
Nov 14 Sarah_ii Sarah-
63T8
Nov 14 CesarCastag
60T5
Nov 14 Jaz Ghotora
100T8
Nov 14 Thema Thema
90T10
Nov 13 Beezer
88T9
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80T7
Nov 13 shadowminx
80T6
Nov 13 karlmarx
82T5
Nov 13 Leuc Leuc├▓
48T2
Nov 13 bozer bozer
83T9
Nov 13 Carlospro Carlospro
85T10
Nov 12 thedrichmo
95T10
Nov 12 PerryStroika PerryStroika
75T10
A triumph, a sequel actually better than the original. It's derivative in the best way, building on what came before.
Nov 12 DocTay
83T9
Nov 12 DannyPizdetz
100T8
Nov 12 Andreas
68T8
Nov 12 mpba mpba
85T10
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75T9
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99T8
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Nov 11 mavrodief mavrodief
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Nov 11 xunaj
85T7
Nov 11 dswearin
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Nov 11 krmr krmr
90T10
Nov 11 aydo
3T5
Nov 11 icarusXXIX
94T10
Nov 11 jdpedron jdpedron
88T8
Nov 10 PuntaC
86T4
Nov 10 Jasecorn Jasecorn
5T10
Nov 10 Mirelurk Mirelurk
79T8
Nov 10 jasonomara15 ()
93T10
Nov 10 DaWolfey DaWolfey
81T10
Slow, but deliberate. Long, but deliberate. Engaging only if your favourite parts of the original were the long shots of the city and soaking up the atmosphere. A very worthy sequel that could so easily have gone horrendously wrong if the director didn't obviously understand the point of the first. Some moments, with the visuals and music, had me in genuine awe. Its been a long time since I felt that. The story isn't perfect, but the originals wasn't either. It doesn't matter.
Nov 10 luisferreira luisferreira
68T5
Nov 10 goldbluming Goldbluming
96T10
I love this film
Nov 10 msweller msweller
95T10
Nov 10 Lailah505
99T10
Nov 10 kanjay101
94T8
It's a slow burn that does a great job of putting you in the main character's head and feeling what he feels. The message of the movie was delivered in a unique way and Joi was a very convincing character.
Nov 10 theparaiba theparaiba
87T10
Nov 10 Bekobi
92T10
Nov 10 suurjuust
75T10
Nov 09 Anomaly1 Anomaly1
81T8
It's not as effortless as the original was in establishing an emotional connection, and you can predict where the plot is going most of the time. That being said, it serves as a fully realized sci-fi story of its own, and there's enough turns away from what you expect to happen to keep things interesting. A few scenes even reach the level to stick in your mind for days to come (the threesome, several spoiler scenes). Good to see big-budget set design in a modern film again.
Nov 09 zionz
65T5
Nov 09 Ippei
75T8
This was a very good film and I certainly enjoyed it a lot more than I thought I would. My problem with this is that it's long, and it feels long, and this is partly because it has too many plot point (some of which doesn't actually get resolved). The sum of its parts is better than the end product. The film looks terrific and I liked all of the performances. It just felt a little overindulgent.
Nov 08 gpape
90T8
Nov 08 FoxyRussian FoxyRussian ()
96T10
A modern classic. Performances across this beautiful sci-fi land are all amazing. Jared Leto, while playing an overly evil character, brings the character to light. The movie bathes the viewer in shots and set design that I have never seen in film before. The lighting alone makes the sets feel like characters in the film. A must watch
Nov 08 jpellis3
94T9
Nov 08 lilwhippy
86T10
Nov 08 MikiRurkSTG MikiRurk_STG
88T10
Nov 08 sid sid
90T9
Nov 08 Korsoh Korsoh
85T9
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