awesome movie. if don't like it because you think it looks too dated you're a tasteless philistine.
well by god it's on here now...here's to the 25th Anniversary re-release
|Jimmy Labatt |
Rutger Hauer is my hero
Have you seen The Osterman Weekend?
Alas I have not.
But I HAVE seen Wanted: Dead or Alive. Still trying to find a clip of the scene where he stuffs the grenade in the dude's mouth
vangelis and a dove
I really, really, REALLY need to watch this movie, don't I?
Roy Batty is the Maya Angelou of movie robots.
Rutger Hauer contributed this dialogue to the film, re-writing his original line.
for all his b-grade notoriety, its clips like that that prove to me the rutger hauer is a grade A actor.
this movie also shows how harrison ford is a pissy prick, as he openly stated he gave a bad performance due to personal issues with ridley scott. but he still didn't ruin the movie, it was just way too good for one man to destroy.
from a bbc documentary on the film, i think it's here on poe. he and scott had serious differences, and they never talked to each other again, from what i remember. ford apparently said he washed his hands of the project.
Deckard - replicant or human?
I think the whole movies works better if he's human.
The director's cut has the origami guy leave a paper unicorn behind, implying Deckard is a replicant.
Saw the "Final Cut" version of this last night. It was unbelievably great. In fact, I'd say it's great enough to warrant the imminent 5 disc collectors edition.
|Syd Midnight |
Needs a "robot death speech" tag, because it is perhaps the finest one ever.
This will make me cry all the time, anytime, always
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