The new “Blade Runner” movie has finally arrived, and people can’t stop talking about it. Denis Villeneuve’s “Blade Runner 2049” is a follow up of the 1982 sci-fi classic made by Ridley Scott. Thirty-five years after the movie’s first release, fans are praising the new film for its creative success. Reviews say that it keeps you captivated even if it’s almost three hours long.
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With Ryan Gosling headlining the cast, Harrison Ford’s return has given the audience a treat of what it’s like to see their cult-favorite more than three decades after. Although the “Blade Runner” doesn’t exactly ask for a sequel, “Blade Runner 2049” was something fans didn’t think they needed. It built up of major expectations from critic and fans alike. The new film has the aura of its predecessor, and the casted vision for 2019 was translated into the film impressively. It didn’t change much, but it did improve in terms of the overall look of the set.
The aesthetics of this movie is a big chunk of its major success. It didn't veer much away from the Scott’s original, though, which is great for hardcore fans of the cult classic. The story lacked in some areas such as in the story. Some concepts that were carried out through the film were poorly introduced, which could possibly leave other viewers perplexed as to what the character is going through.
The movie imposed great challenges for its new forerunners. But as for how it’s doing at the box office? It’s undeniably a big win for its filmmakers and its fans.
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