Blade Runner definitely captures the aesthetics of the original, but the story is somewhat lackluster. Although generally entertaining, Blade Runner 2049 suffers from a need to misdirect the viewer while at the same time trying to remind the viewer of the previous film. Although most of the time the film succeeds, a few scenes could have been re-edited to close some plot holes and fix character development.
This week we review Blade Runner 2049.
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