- Psa Bladerunner
FILM: Blade Runner
On: BBC 4 (9)
Date: Thursday 26th September 2013 (starting in 1 hour and 25 minutes)
Time: 22:00 to 23:50 (1 hour and 50 minutes long)
Film noir meets science fiction in the 2007 final cut of Ridley Scott’s visually stunning and brutal sci-fi classic. An ex-cop sets out on the trail of androids who have mutinied in a bid to extend their limited lifespan and fled back to a ravaged Earth, long since abandoned by most of humanity. The penalty for their rebellion is death, but the replicants have the advantage of being near-perfect copies of humans with superior intelligence.
(Stereo, Widescreen, Subtitles, 1982, 15, 5 Star)
Director: Ridley ScottPosted 4 years ago
Starring: Harrison Ford, Rutger Hauer, Sean Joseph Young, Edward James Olmos, M. Emmet Walsh, Daryl Hannah
Bladerunner is on bbc4 at 22:00, i’m going to record it and watch it sometime with the wife as she hasn’t seen any films from the 80’s and we all know that’s when all good films came out. It seems as tho she bought a TV when bridget jones diary came out then sold it……wumen???Posted 4 years ago
Made in time wi 2 minutes to spare 😀 , big comfy sofa, dark room, large auchentoshan and slab o’ fruit cake next to me, deep rumble from the opening credits/sub that i can feel through the floor and sofa – the only thing that is possibly absent is a mushie brew but seeing as it’s not quite “season” i’ll forgive myself that anomaly.
I haven’t watched a film in months so looking forward to this one 😀Posted 4 years agobrakesMember
Bet it’s St Elmos fire or Flashdance or, heaven forbid, Dirty Dancing – Nobody puts Brakes in the corner…
“yes ma’am, the data on the best 80s film is inaccurate”Posted 4 years ago
“how’s that lieutenant”
“well, I just happened to see a film that was far better”
“where did you see it?”
“it’s classified, I could tell you, but then I’d have to kill you”
Do you actually have a beating heart?, are you aware of who Philip K Dick was and this films influence on the current film noir genre?, admittingly that was mostly due to Ridley Scott and his dystopian interpretation of Philip K Dicks original novel but that aside this is so much a current film of the way our society is headed.Posted 4 years ago
Wow…it’s a good 10 years since i last saw the film and it didn’t disappoint, as relevant today as when dick wrote the future – I’m left feeling slightly uneasy to our direction as a society, we seem to have set ourselves on a one way course to self consumption with our wanton fascination to continually consume and need to rely on continual growth to survive as a species but how?, if possible at all can we shirk this need we have established….Hmm – perhaps just too much whisky and brain activity as i don’t really drink these days………i may take the bike on the long way home by the riverbank to clear my head.Posted 4 years ago
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