It was in 1982 when a in a very far-fetched future and dark movie about a worn out police officer was released. Initially the movie didn’t do really well in the box-office, but it soon began to slowly gain certain popular acclaim within an underground audience. That movie, starring Harrison Ford, was Blade Runner. If you’re a sci-fi lover, this movie is certainly going to make your day.
The second part to the original Blade Runner movie, which was released a couple of days ago, explores similar concepts as in the first part of Blade Runner. If there was one word that could define this movie, released 35 years ago that would be melancholy and that would also apply to this second one. Harrison Ford (Rick Deckard) plays the role of an agent, a Blade Runner, in charge of retiring old and rogue replicants (human-like androids). In this new sequel to the original film we see a very similar story line in which officer K (Ryan Gosling) from the LAPD is about to reveal a secret that may destroy the current society. This makes him seek help from retired and vanished ex-Blade Runner, Rick Deckard.
Take a look at the film trailer and let us know what you think in a comment below.
Some interesting words:
far-fetched future: a future which seems quite unthinkable of
worn out: tired
released: premiered, opened, launched
rogue: not following set rules