Blade Runner 2049 (Blu-ray)
- R 160
Thirty years after the events of the first film, a new blade runner, LAPD Officer K (Ryan Gosling), unearths a long-buried secret that has the potential to plunge what’s left of society into chaos. K’s discovery leads him on a quest to find Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford), a former LAPD blade runner who has been missing for 30 years. From executive producer Ridley Scott and director Denis Villeneuve, #BladeRunner2049 stars Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford, Ana De Armas, MacKenzie Davis, Sylvia Hoeks, Lennie James, Carla Juri, Robin Wright, Dave Bautista and Jared Leto.
- Movies & TV
- 16 Feb 2018
- Science Fiction
- Region B
- Subtitle 2
- Subtitle 3
- Sound Format
- Auro 3-D
- Aspect Ratio
- Sony Pictures
- Designing The World Of Blade Runner
- Blade Runner 101 Prologues
- 2036: Nexus Dawn
- 2048 Nowhere To Run
- 2022: Blackout
- 16LNV min
- Age Restriction
- Supply Source
- South Africa
- Blade Runner 2049
- Release Year
- Running Time
- 164 min
- Working Title
- Blade Runner 2
- Alternate Title
- Blade Runner 2049: An IMAX 2D Experience
- Action/Adventure / Action / Detective / Future/Futuristic Worlds / Robots / Robots/Cyborgs / Science-Fiction / Technology
- US Box Office
- $91.0 million
- Official Website
- Rotten Tomatoes®
- This sequel to Ridley Scott's landmark 1982 science-fiction film picks up the story 30 years later, giving viewers another detailed look at a future in which humanity live in polluted, overcrowded cities and rely on androids known as "replicants" for slave labor. In 2049 Los Angeles, K (Ryan Gosling) works as a "blade runner," a specialized law-enforcement agent dedicated to tracking down and killing rogue replicants. But when he uncovers a shocking conspiracy involving the robot laborers, he searches for the one person who might have answers: a former blade runner named Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford), who vanished decades earlier. Directed by Denis Villeneuve (ARRIVAL, SICARIO). Ana de Armas, Sylvia Hoeks, Robin Wright, Mackenzie Davis, Dave Bautista, and Jared Leto co-star.
- Cast & Crew
- Denis Villeneuve
- Hiam Abbass / Barkhad Abdi / Joshua Tersoo Allagh / Mark Arnold / Dave Bautista / David Benson / Zoltan Beres / Samuel Brown / David Dastmalchian / Mackenzie Davis / Istvan Goz / Ferenc Gyorgyi / Sallie Harmsen / Wood Harris / Lennie James / Elarica Johnson / Carla Juri / Suzi Kennedy / Krista Kosonen / Tomas Lemarquis / Jared Leto / Andre Lukacs Molnar / Pal Nyari / Konstantin Pal / Kincso Santa / Vilma Szecsi / Benjamin Thompson / Stephen Triffitt
- Hampton Fancher
- Jaime Leigh McIntosh
- Assistant Director
- Albert Cho / Bruce Franklin / Brandon Lambdin / Don Sparks / Charlie Watson / Robin Wilson
- Theo Green
- Szandra Biro / Csilla Blake-Horvath / Szilvia Dobrovitz / Nora Kapas / Nora Koltai / Aniko Krisko
- Music Director
- Deva Anderson
- Visual Effects Designer
- Atomic Fiction, Inc. / BUF / FrameStore / Rodeo FX / Universal Production Partners Prague
- Production Manager/UPM
- Monifa Andrew / Holly Beals / Bill Carraro / Ana Cassina / Nick Fulton / Alexandra Gunter / Pamela Harvey-White / Danielle Prestidge / Miklos Toth / Matyas Vandor / Sharmila Venugop
- Atomic Fiction, Inc. / Leonardo Bonisolli / Thom Chang / Gabriel Gagne / Bassem Hawili / Patrick Kalyn / Khet Yee Sang / Jakub Pazera / Adam Slater / Chris Sokalofsky
- Additional DOP
- Alex Funke
- Supervising Art Director
- Benjamin Milsom
- 2nd Unit DOP
- Pierre Gill
- Viktoria Jaross
- Movie Critics
- A.V. Club
- "[T]he great cinematographer Roger Deakins, working with maybe his fullest palette of colors and textures, supplies one staggeringly unforgettable image after another..." -- Grade: B+— A.A. Dowd (30 Sep 2017, )
- Chicago Sun-Times
- "Gosling is a talented but tightly controlled actor....This makes him the perfect choice to play a replicant that just might be human."— Richard Roeper (2 Oct 2017, )
- 5 stars out of 5 -- "Visually immaculate, swirling with themes as heart-rending as they are mind-twisting, 2049 is, without doubt, a good year. And one of 2017’s best."— Dan Jolin (2 Oct 2017, )
- Entertainment Weekly
- "2049 reaches for, and finds, something remarkable: the elevation of mainstream moviemaking to high art." -- Grade: A-— Leah Greenblatt (29 Sep 2017, )
- Los Angeles Times
- "Villeneuve and company have cast a powerful and disturbing visual spell, thrusting us into a world compelling enough to get lost in."— Kenneth Turan (5 Oct 2017, )
- New York Times
- "From the opening aerial shots of a thoroughly denatured agricultural landscape and the lethal confrontation that follows, we know we are in the presence of a masterly visual tactician and a shrewd storyteller."— A. O. Scott (2 Oct 2017, )
- 3.5 stars out of 4 -- "Denis Villeneuve and his team are remarkably ambitious....They have made one of the most deeply philosophical and challenging sci-fi films of all time, a movie that never holds your hand as it spirals the viewer through its gorgeous funhouse of the human soul."— Brian Tallerico (2 Oct 2017, )
- Rolling Stone
- 3.5 stars out of 4 -- "THE BLADE RUNNER mythos could not be in better hands....And camera genius Roger Deakins creates a look that both salutes and moves on from the original, forging its own dazzling identity."— Peter Travers (30 Sep 2017, )
- The Guardian
- 5 stars out of 5 -- "[A] visually staggering film....BLADE RUNNER 2049 is a narcotic spectacle of eerie and pitiless vastness, by turns satirical, tragic and romantic."— Peter Bradshaw (29 Sep 2017, )
- Total Film
- 5 stars out of 5 -- "The real miracle is that Villeneuve and co. have crafted a successor to Ridley Scott’s genre-transcending masterpiece that exceeds even the loftiest expectations."— (28 Sep 2017, )
- USA Today
- "2049 took the noir storytelling and neon futuristic facade of the 1982 original and crafted an engrossing, sprawling epic that opened up the franchise’s mythology..."— Brian Truitt (26 Dec 2017, )
- "[T]he new film owes more to slow-cinema maestro Andrei Tarkovsky than it does to Scott’s revolutionary cyberpunk sensibility....[A] visually breathtaking, long-fuse action movie..."— Peter Debruge (29 Sep 2017, )
- Washington Post
- "[A] superb new sequel by Denis Villeneuve...with a smart, grimly lyrical script; bleakly beautiful cinematography; and an even deeper dive into questions of the soul."— (1 Oct 2017, )
Matiu onReviewed by
This will be remembered as one of the greatest films ever made my mankind.
I really do struggle to find the words to describe what I felt while watching this film, but it was transportive, imaginative, thrilling and masterfully composed.
All that said, I can also imagine it being received negatively by many people.
Really though, purchase this film and see it for yourself. It had blown me away.
Reviewed by Andre S on
Ryan Gosling give a terrific performance in this intriguing detective mystery story. This movie builds on everything on introduced in the original and keeps you nailed to the screen for its entire almost 3 hour runtime.
The world building is also spectacular, and Roger Deakins deservedly won an Academy Award for his cinematography for this film.
Go see it.
A stylish sequel that does not disrespect the original classic
Shaheem E onReviewed by
So I was very excited for the sequel and had high expectations.
Well, I wasn't disappointed.
Since it's a detective story, I will not give any spoilers.
Denis Villeneuve has done an excellent job directing, with Ryan Gosling delivering a good performance.
Whereas the original film had a bustling mood, I found this film more desolate.
I was rather disappointed that Vangelis didn't provide the soundtrack again, but Hans Zimmer is good.
Roger Deakins provides gorgeous cinematography, as always.
I highly recommend this movie, but first watch the original to get the many references to it.