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Blade Runner will always be one of my all time favorites. A timeless favorite. But I will admit, I was sucked in by Editor's Cut and of course, by the final cut and I was more and more disappointed. The Editor's Cut stripped away the scene by scene narrative by Harrison Ford from the first release which lent an unmistakeable fifties gumshoe flavor to a futuristic detective-like drama. I feel the narration gave more dimension to the film and irrevocably so in the last scene on the rooftop when Roy Batty gave his final dying soliloqy. That was a powerful moment and I don't think that Deckard's editorialization detracted from it one bit.
I had high hopes for this final cut but they were dashed as well. What did we get? A couple more glimpses of the city street life, the unicorn again, so what? Neither this final cut nor the editor's cut did anything to enrich our understanding of the characters or the interplay between them. I'm sorry, but did I miss something there? I'd have had more hopes for a sequel, but not this.
I'll be generous and give it an average rating. Stick with the first release, it is by far the best work.
I thought it had deleted scenes or extra footage, unless I somehow missed it. Overall the movie is great!!
Fairly entertaining but outdated by today's spfx movies standards. It was worth watching just to see what was so interesting at the time the movie first came out.