Friday, 3 November 2017


Director: Denis Villeneuve
Cast: Ryan Gosling , Harrison Ford , Ana de Armas , Jared Leto , Cara Juri , Robin Wright , Dave Bautista , Lennie James , Wood Harris , Sylvia Hoeks , Mackenzie Davis , Barkhad Abdi
Plot: Thirty years after the events of the first film, Officer K, a new blade runner for the Los Angeles Police Department, uncovers a long-buried secret that is potentially able to plunge what is left of society into chaos. With his discovery, K decides to go on a quest in search of a former blade runner who has been missing for 30 years, Rick Deckard.

My Movie Review: The movie is masterful and divine in both creating story and futuristic ideas expressed on visually stunning shots and unpredictable world that keep us guessing what is it? Blade Runner 2049 is distinct putting unfamiliar elements and non related sequences together that somehow work and giving more mystery as progress leave us confused still wanting more! The pace maybe issue for some but made me well rested most in those gloomy atmosphere:} Ryan Gosling is not my favorite actor I don't get his acting but this time the role fits him so well. The fight scenes are the best like last act water drowning and glass breaking scene were epic:)
My Favorite Term: Wallace Corporation

Wallace Corporation is the second most recent manufacturer of the Nexus line of replicants, the successor to Tyrell Corporation, the manufacturer of the original Nexus replicants. Wallace Corporation acquire the remnants of Tyrell Corporation give control of the replicant technology and the business records. Tyrell Corporation was effectively disbanded following an uprising of replicants, culminating in the Blackout of 2022. A period of prohibition followed until sometime after 2036: Nexus Dawn, when the founder of Wallace Corporation, Niander Wallace, was able to convince the government that advances in the control of replicants, coupled with existential need to colonize new worlds, made the reintroduction of replicant are both safe and necessary.


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