Blade Runner [Blu-ray]

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Blade Runner [Blu-ray]

Blade Runner [Blu-ray]

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As you’d hope with such a definitive anniversary release, the extra features are extensive and, for the most part, brilliant. The studio offers 1080p/VC-1 encodes of not only 'The Final Cut,' but also the original 1982 domestic and International versions of the film, and the 1992 Director's Cut. Simply put, this is the ultimate documentary on 'Blade Runner,' compiling interviews with everyone you'd want to hear from.

Over the last 35 years, Blade Runner has run the gauntlet of being considered an expensive indulgent failure to being one of the highest-regarded films in science fiction filmmaking. There’s some interesting chat about different versions of scenes, Other titles include Sony's disappointing raunchy comedy Rough Night, a 4K edition of the great horror-deconstruction .The entire supplemental section is featured in standard definition, probably due more to the age of the film than anything, but that shouldn't detract from the extreme number of quality features in the set. Never bought it in dvd or blue ray, but now I'm 45 and have started about 5 years ago to see and hear things different.

Although the narration was clumsy, it didn't alter the narrative at all (it was simply grafted on existing completed scenes), while the happy ending -- while stupid -- again didn't alter anything that came before it. The vertical and side surround channels create a terrific immersive experience courtesy of the constant rainfall and hustle and bustle of the city. But the lossless audio does enrich the experience transcendentally in comparison to the DD Surround of the DVD. The film's original domestic cut, with its tacked on narration and happy ending, will surely be a surprise if you've seen the "Final" version first. Black levels are deep and inky without any contrast issues allowing each frame to enjoy a terrific sense of depth.The most likely cause of most of the grain is issues with the film negative the 4K master was derived from. Regardless of your previous experience with Blade Runner, this new five disc set should be required viewing by all Blu-ray fans around the world. Of course, every movie I bought on video thereafter was in widescreen, and I realised that those Star Wars tapes were nothing special. The old Dolby mixes of 'Blade Runner' were gimmicky, often bleeding select frequencies to the rear speakers in the most obvious ways possible (whenever a spinner would fly overhead -- whoosh! Scott talks at length about his original vision, how it was diluted and challenged by the film's original producers, as well as what led to the 1992 "Director's Cut that isn't really a director's cut," and finally to the 2007 restoration.

Like the video, each successive step backwards in the film's version will reveal a little less in the soundtrack department. The Final Cut' finally corrects all of the messed-up details and other imperfections that have so bothered Scott (and many fans) over the years. Blade Runner follows Harrison Ford’s Rick Deckard, an ex-cop in Los Angeles, 2019, who’s brought back into the fold to find and 'retire' (i. Scott's definitive version of the film along with the long talked about "Workprint" edition of the film. Certain items can take longer to source than the estimated week, particularly during busy trading periods and may take longer to arrive at our warehouse.

e., '80s) upgrades, Kaplan and Westmore also share a wealth of never-before-seen test photos and artwork including everything from Rachel's fantastic, multi-striped suit to Deckard's close-cropped hairstyle. The 4K disc carries no less than three separate audio commentary tracks: one by Ridley Scott, one by crew members Syd Mead, Lawrence G.



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