Eric’s Favorites ☞ Blade Runner

April 12, 2015

esq-bladerunnerC-E-Favorites-SEAL-120x120My favorite movie of all time. I think the most amazing property of the movies is their ability to take me to a time and a place where I could never go and then make me forget where I really am. When the final credits rolled the first time I saw BLADE RUNNER, I could not remember what day it was, what time it was or where I was. Ridley Scott’s vision of a future that is both beautiful and terrible, pristine and filthy, advanced and all-too human, achieves verisimilitude in a time that has never existed. The music is astonishing and still one of my favorite albums – the Vangelis version as well as the first one, which turned out to be a weird cover of the actual soundtrack. Harrison Ford was never more young and beautiful. I’m still afraid of Rutger Hauer. The story is brilliant and though the movie has been cut and recut over the years, I’ve seen, loved and purchased every version. I think I like it better without voice over, but I honestly can’t tell you which version that is. Don’t risk it, get them all!

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