Blade Runner 2 Std. 43 butvietnewsonline.comalfilme. Der Inhalt eines versteckten Grabs erregt das Interesse eines Wirtschaftsmagnaten und veranlasst. Es ist das Jahr Der ehemalige Polizist Rick Deckard wird von reichen Industriellen beauftragt, die sogenannten `Replikanten' aufzuspüren und auszuschalten. Bei diesen handelt es sich um eine Gruppe Arbeitssklaven, die sich selbstständig. 30 Jahre sind vergangen seit Blade Runner Rick Deckard verschwunden ist. Der junge L.A.P.D.-Beamte K lüftet zufällig ein gut gehütetes Geheimnis, das auch.
Blade Runner 2049Blade Runner 2 Std. 43 butvietnewsonline.comalfilme. Der Inhalt eines versteckten Grabs erregt das Interesse eines Wirtschaftsmagnaten und veranlasst. Blade Runner - Director's Cut. Ridley Scott. US. Min. Englisch mit Untertitel in Deutsch. Regie. Ridley Scott. Cast. Harrison Ford; Rutger Hauer; Sean. 30 Jahre sind vergangen seit Blade Runner Rick Deckard verschwunden ist. Der junge L.A.P.D.-Beamte K lüftet zufällig ein gut gehütetes Geheimnis, das auch.
Blade.Runner Movies / TV VideoVangelis - Blade Runner Soundtrack (Remastered 2017) Es ist das Jahr Der ehemalige Polizist Rick Deckard wird von reichen Industriellen beauftragt, die sogenannten `Replikanten' aufzuspüren und auszuschalten. Bei diesen handelt es sich um eine Gruppe Arbeitssklaven, die sich selbstständig. Blade Runner [bleɪd ˌrʌnɚ], deutscher Verleihtitel zeitweise auch Der Blade Runner, ist ein am Juni erschienener US-amerikanischer. (13,)IMDb h 57 minR. Rick Deckard prowls the steel-and-microchip jungle of 21st Century Los Angeles, stalking genetically made criminal replicants. His assignment: kill them. Im Science-Fiction-Klassiker Blade Runner macht Harrison Ford im Jahr Jagd auf Replikanten. Die menschenähnlichen Androiden suchen auf der Erde.
Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Harrison Ford Rick Deckard Rutger Hauer Roy Batty Sean Young Rachael Edward James Olmos Gaff M.
Emmet Walsh Bryant Daryl Hannah Pris William Sanderson Sebastian Brion James Leon Kowalski Joe Turkel Eldon Tyrell Joanna Cassidy Zhora James Hong Hannibal Chew Morgan Paull Holden Kevin Thompson Bear John Edward Allen Kaiser Hy Pyke Remembering Rutger Hauer Edit Storyline In the early twenty-first century, the Tyrell Corporation, during what was called the Nexus phase, developed robots, called "replicants", that were supposed to aid society, the replicants which looked and acted like humans.
Edit Did You Know? Trivia Director Ridley Scott regards this movie as probably his most personal and complete movie.
Goofs at around 1h Deckard carries the bottle of Tsing Tao to the car then it seems to disappear. If he put it in his pocket it would have smashed or fell out during the fight with Leon.
Quotes [ first lines ] Female announcer over intercom : Next subject: Kowalski, Leon. Engineer, waste disposal.
File section: New employee, six days. Crazy Credits The opening credits sequence features a detailed, dictionary-style definition of the word Replicant.
Alternate Versions All U. S video tape releases before January are the unrated version and contain the extra violence in the Euro-release that's not seen in the minute American theatrical release: When Roy attacks Tyrell we clearly see him pushing his thumbs into Tyrell's eyes, and blood spurting out When Pris Daryl Hannah attacks Deckard, she reaches down and grabs him by the nostrils When Deckard shoots Pris, he shoots 3 times instead of 2 When Roy pushes the nail through his hand, there is a shot of the nail coming through the skin on the other side.
Dolby A, Magnetic Stereo 6 Track, Dolby Stereo, Surround. Blade Runner. Harrison Ford Rick Deckard. Rutger Hauer Roy Batty. Sean Young Rachael.
Edward James Olmos Gaff. Emmet Walsh Captain Bryant. Daryl Hannah Pris. William Sanderson J. Brion James Leon.
Joseph Turkel Tyrell. Joanna Cassidy Zhora. Ridley Scott Director. Philip K. Dick Writer Novel. Hampton Fancher Writer.
David Webb Peoples Writer. Michael Deeley Producer. Hampton Fancher Executive Producer. Brian Kelly Executive Producer. Jerry Perenchio Co-Executive Producer.
Ivor Powell Associate Producer. Ridley Scott Co-Producer. November 18, Full Review…. October 17, Full Review…. August 2, Full Review…. December 3, Rating: 4.
July 16, Full Review…. February 28, Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews Jan 26, Many viewers enjoy the offbeat editing and exceptionally thin storytelling, but for me, Blade Runner was an overrated mess.
Sean T Super Reviewer. Feb 06, A sci-fi masterpiece indeed. Blade Runner works on every level. Dark, intelligent, visually breathtaking as well as having great performances.
Blade Runner is a sci-fi masterpiece that I would implore you to watch if you haven't! Mr N Super Reviewer.
Nov 18, I understand completely why this movie was misunderstood upon its initial release in the 80's. However it's more understandable why it was so influential and has become recognized as one of the best Sci-Fi films of all time.
Kameron W Super Reviewer. Sep 28, Blade Runner is great noir sci-fi, great mood and setting. The android characters especially Rutger Hauer give off an aura of aliveness, which fits the story very well.
The cinematography and sets are excellent as with other Ridley Scott films. All-in-all Blade Runner lives up to its reputation as a sci-fi classic.
The two reinforce each other so that someone who started with the novel would enjoy the movie and someone who started with the movie would enjoy the novel.
In , Ford revealed, " Blade Runner is not one of my favorite films. I tangled with Ridley. I thought that the film had worked without the narration.
But now I was stuck re-creating that narration. And I was obliged to do the voiceovers for people that did not represent the director's interests.
In , Scott was asked "Who's the biggest pain in the arse you've ever worked with? Now he's become charming. But he knows a lot, that's the problem.
When we worked together it was my first film up and I was the new kid on the block. But we made a good movie. We had a bad patch there, and I'm over it.
I was still obliged to work for these clowns that came in writing one bad voiceover after another. The Bradbury Building in downtown Los Angeles served as a filming location , and a Warner Bros.
Other locations included the Ennis-Brown House and the 2nd Street Tunnel. Test screenings resulted in several changes, including adding a voice-over , a happy ending, and the removal of a Holden hospital scene.
The relationship between the filmmakers and the investors was difficult, which culminated in Deeley and Scott being fired but still working on the film.
Paull and art director David Snyder realized Scott's and Mead's sketches. Douglas Trumbull and Richard Yuricich supervised the special effects for the film, and Mark Stetson served as chief model maker.
Special effects supervisor David Dryer used stills from Metropolis when lining up Blade Runner ' s miniature building shots. The extended end scene in the original theatrical release shows Rachael and Deckard traveling into daylight with pastoral aerial shots filmed by director Stanley Kubrick.
Ridley Scott contacted Kubrick about using some of his surplus helicopter aerial photography from The Shining. A spinner can be driven as a ground-based vehicle, and take off vertically, hover, and cruise much like vertical take-off and landing VTOL aircraft.
They are used extensively by the police as patrol cars , and wealthy people can also acquire spinner licenses.
The Voight-Kampff machine is a fictional interrogation tool, originating from the novel where it is spelled "Voigt-Kampff".
The Voight-Kampff is a polygraph -like machine used by blade runners to determine whether an individual is a replicant.
It measures bodily functions such as respiration, blush response, heart rate and eye movement in response to questions dealing with empathy. Fluctuation of the pupil?
Involuntary dilation of the iris? Deckard tells Tyrell that it usually takes 20 to 30 cross-referenced questions to distinguish a replicant; in contrast with the book, where it is stated it only takes six or seven questions to make a determination.
In the film, it takes more than a hundred questions to determine that Rachael is a replicant. Blade Runner uses a different but related tool called the Baseline Test.
The Blade Runner soundtrack by Vangelis is a dark melodic combination of classic composition and futuristic synthesizers which mirrors the film-noir retro-future envisioned by Ridley Scott.
Vangelis, fresh from his Academy Award -winning score for Chariots of Fire ,  composed and performed the music on his synthesizers.
Ridley Scott also used "Memories of Green" from the Vangelis album See You Later , an orchestral version of which Scott would later use in his film Someone to Watch Over Me.
Despite being well received by fans and critically acclaimed and nominated in for a BAFTA and Golden Globe as best original score, and the promise of a soundtrack album from Polydor Records in the end titles of the film, the release of the official soundtrack recording was delayed for over a decade.
There are two official releases of the music from Blade Runner. In light of the lack of a release of an album, the New American Orchestra recorded an orchestral adaptation in which bore little resemblance to the original.
Some of the film tracks would, in , surface on the compilation Vangelis: Themes , but not until the release of the Director's Cut version would a substantial amount of the film's score see commercial release.
These delays and poor reproductions led to the production of many bootleg recordings over the years. A bootleg tape surfaced in at science fiction conventions and became popular given the delay of an official release of the original recordings, and in "Off World Music, Ltd" created a bootleg CD that would prove more comprehensive than Vangelis' official CD in Titled Blade Runner Trilogy , the first disc contains the same tracks as the official soundtrack release, the second features previously unreleased music from the movie, and the third disc is all newly composed music from Vangelis, inspired by, and in the spirit of the movie.
The film's special effects are generally recognized to be among the best of all time,   using the available non-digital technology to the fullest.
Special effects' engineers, who worked on the film, are often praised for the innovative technology they used to produce and design certain aspects of those visuals.
In some scenes, the set was lit, shot, the film rewound, and then rerecorded over with different lighting. In some cases this was done 16 times in all.
The cameras were frequently motion controlled using computers. Blade Runner was released in 1, theaters on June 25, That date was chosen by producer Alan Ladd Jr.
Several versions of Blade Runner have been shown. The original workprint version , minutes was shown for audience test previews in Denver and Dallas in March Negative responses to the previews led to the modifications resulting in the U.
Two versions were shown in the film's theatrical release: the U. Although initially unavailable in the U. Ridley Scott's Director's Cut , minutes  had significant changes from the theatrical version including the removal of Deckard's voice-over, the re-insertion of the unicorn sequence, and the removal of the studio-imposed happy ending.
Scott provided extensive notes and consultation to Warner Bros. Scott's definitive The Final Cut , minutes  was released by Warner Bros.
The website's critics consensus reads, "Misunderstood when it first hit theaters, the influence of Ridley Scott's mysterious, neo-noir Blade Runner has deepened with time.
A visually remarkable, achingly human sci-fi masterpiece. Initial reactions among film critics were mixed. Some wrote that the plot took a back seat to the film's special effects and did not fit the studio's marketing as an action and adventure movie.
Others acclaimed its complexity and predicted it would stand the test of time. Academics began analyzing the film almost as soon as it was released.
One of the first books on the film was Paul M. Sammon's Future Noir: The Making of Blade Runner ,  which dissects all the details concerning the film making.
He was followed by Scott Bukatman 's Blade Runner  and other books and academic articles. He examines the film's cyberpunk and dystopic elements by establishing a link between the Biblical, classical and modern traditions and the postmodern aspects in the film's collage of several literary texts.
The boom in home video formats helped establish a growing cult around the film,  which scholars have dissected for its dystopic aspects, questions regarding "authentic" humanity, ecofeminist aspects  and use of conventions from multiple genres.
It has also been noted for its postmodernist approach and that it contributes to the historical development of modern dystopia in film.
Blade Runner won or received nominations for the following awards: . While not initially a success with North American audiences, Blade Runner was popular internationally and garnered a cult following.
Moore and David Eick , the producers of the re-imagining of Battlestar Galactica , have both cited Blade Runner as one of the major influences for the show.
The film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry in and is frequently taught in university courses.
G was also highly influenced by the movie. Blade Runner continues to reflect modern trends and concerns, and an increasing number of critics consider it one of the greatest science fiction films of all time.
The dialogue and music in Blade Runner has been sampled in music more than any other film of the 20th century. Blade Runner is cited as a major influence on Warren Spector ,  designer of the video game Deus Ex , which displays evidence of the film's influence in both its visual rendering and plot.
The logos of Atari , Bell , Coca-Cola , Cuisinart and Pan Am , all market leaders at the time, were prominently displayed as product placement in the film, and all experienced setbacks after the film's release,  leading to suggestions of a Blade Runner curse.
The design of Tesla's Cybertruck was reportedly inspired by the film. Before filming began, Cinefantastique magazine commissioned Paul M. Sammon to write a special issue about Blade Runner ' s production which became the book Future Noir: The Making of Blade Runner.
By the end of the shoot Ford was 'ready to kill Ridley', said one colleague. He really would have taken him on if he hadn't been talked out of it.
A second edition of Future Noir was published in , and additional materials not in either print edition have been published online. Philip K.
They finally recognized that there was a legitimate reason for reissuing the novel, even though it cost them money.
It was a victory not just of contractual obligations but of theoretical principles. There are two video games based on the film, both titled Blade Runner : one from , an action-adventure side-scroller for Commodore 64 , Sinclair ZX Spectrum , and Amstrad CPC by CRL Group PLC, which is marked as "a video game interpretation of the film score by Vangelis" rather than of the film itself due to licensing issues ; and another from , a point-and-click adventure for PC by Westwood Studios.
The game features a non-linear plot based in the Blade Runner world, non-player characters that each ran in their own independent AI , and an unusual pseudo-3D engine which eschewed polygonal solids in favor of voxel elements that did not require the use of a 3D accelerator card to play the game.
Sebastian and Howie Lee appear, and their voice files are recorded by the original actors, with the exception of Gaff, who is replaced by Javier Grajeda as Victor Gardell and Howie Lee, who is replaced by Toru Nagai.
The television film and later series Total Recall was initially planned as a spin-off of the film Total Recall based on Philip K.
Dick's short story " We Can Remember It for You Wholesale " , but was produced as a hybrid of Total Recall and Blade Runner.
A direct sequel was released in , titled Blade Runner , with Ryan Gosling in the starring role. The film won two Academy Awards, for cinematography and visual effects.
Dick's friend K. Jeter wrote three authorized Blade Runner novels that continue Rick Deckard's story, attempting to resolve the differences between the film and Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?
Blade Runner cowriter David Peoples wrote the action film Soldier , which he referred to as a " sidequel " or spiritual successor to the original film; the two are set in a shared universe.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the film. For other uses, see Blade Runner disambiguation. Theatrical release poster by John Alvin.
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