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Blade Runner
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Directed By
Ridley Scott

Written By:
Hampton Fancher, David Peoples

Cast:
Harrison Ford, Rutger Hauer, Sean Young, Daryl Hannah, M. Emmet Walsh, Edward James Olmos, Joe Turkel, Brion James, Joanna Cassidy, William Sanderson

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Blade Runner (1982)
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Movie Review by Dash Riprock
December 13th, 2011

Like Tears In The Rain

Hey! Get this straight. If you don't like Blade Runner, you don't understand it. Why? Because you don't. You're not allowed to dislike it.

Over the years Blade Runner has gathered around itself such a huge fan-base (that's so out of whack) that anyone who says they dislike it is instantly discredited and dismissed as an idiot. So, you better like Blade Runner, or you're an idiot, got it?

Blade Runner is a completely brain-dead wannabe intellectual sci-fi film that spends 2 hours delivering a careless and poorly managed love story and then "Wham! Bam!" at the end it's suddenly a statement about the meaning of life. (Sorry, but the last 10 minutes don't make up for the first 2 hours.)

And the question was raised - "Was Deckard really a replicant?" Who cares! Harrison Ford's portrayal was about as realistic as a robot. And about half the time he walked around looking like he'd just been punched in the nuts.

Is Blade Runner a finely sculpted masterpiece of cinematic excellence? No, it is not!!

If this film is really Ridley Scott's idea of poignant commentary, then it sure makes me glad to know that he doesn't have an ego.

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Filmkiller
Dec 15, 2011 12:02 AM
also wrote a review of Blade Runner
 
So are you one of the old troublemaking c*nts under a new name or just a whole new c*nt?
Dash Riprock
Apr 6, 2012 5:57 PM
 
Tsk. Tsk.... Is that really all that the big, brave filmkiller (ha!) could think of to say?

By reducing me to a "kunt" you've quite clearly given away your woman-hating queer-ness, girl. And that makes you even worse than the "kunt" that you say I am.

You cry-baby Blade Runner queens are all a bunch of snot-chewing sucks, without contestation!



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