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    • by Stephen Filippelli

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      Starring: Harrison Ford, Rutger Hauer, Sean Young, Edward James Olmos, M. Emmet Walsh, and Daryl Hannah.

      Directed by: Ridley Scott.

      Los Angeles, CA - November 2019. Genetically manufactured beings who resemble humans, known as replicants, aun amok and come in handy for dangerous jobs and tasks. After a replicant uprising, Earth has banned them and sent ‘blade runners’ (special

      police force) to hunt down the last of them. Here, we follow Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford), a blade runner (semi-retired) who is given his final assignment: track down and take out a wicked pack replicants hiding in Los Angeles.

      “Blade Runner” is classic sci-fi material that is fresh from direction and makings of director Ridley Scott who had ...

      • previously proved his potential in the genre to us with 1979’s “Alien”. The film is straight up neo-noir science fiction with dark and gritty environments in a dystopian future and contains elements and themes of genetic engineering, globalization, overpopulation, and climate change.

        The story is an intriguing take on the futuristic detective plot and Harrison Ford pretty much

        makes it work. Straight from his success with “Star Wars”, “The Empire Strikes Back”, and “Raiders of the Lost Ark”, Ford is perfectly cast in his role as Rick Deckard. Ridley Scott proves that, with both “Blade Runner” and “Alien”, science fiction is most certainly one of his specialities. Now if only Mr. Scott would return to this genre.

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