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Blade Runner 2049 ★★★★★ review

by Ian Davies

Blade Runner 2049 is not a film for those who have not seen Ridley Scott’s seminal ’82 sci-fi touchstone. Whist those unfamiliar with it may see other works it has influenced over the past thirty five years in its neon-flooded vistas and “hard” sci-fi themes, this is very much a film that deals with legacy and identity, a rare sequel that stands as a perfect companion to its forebearer, yet cannot exist without it. 313 palabras más

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Blade Runner 2049 (2017) Review

9/10

Thoughts about Blade Runner 2049 (SPOILERS)

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