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    DVD Video - Reviews [Blade Runner: Director's Cut]


    Blade Runner: Director's Cut

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    Studio: Warner Brothers
    Year: 1982
    Run Time: 117 minutes
    Rating: R
    Starring: Sean Young, Harrison Ford, Daryl Hannah, Edward James Olmos, Brion James, Rutger Hauer, M. Emmett Walsh, William Sanderson, Joanna Cassidy, James Hong
    Directed by: Ridley Scott
      Movie Summary: [Sci-Fi/Fantasy]

        In the 21st century, a detective's sole purpose is to hunt down and destroy replicants - androids made to serve man. When their life expectancy nears a close, some of the artificial persons attempt to flee.

    DVD Details
    • Widescreen: 2.35:1, Enhanced for 16X9 TVs, Pan & Scan, Color, Surround, Subtitles: English, French, Spanish, Closed Captioned, Region 1
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    Reviewer: Sean Kelly

    Well to begin with, I am surprised once again to find a "Language" menu option with only "English" listed on it, wondering what WB is thinking behind this... Anyways, the cast section is pretty complete and is entertaining. As far as the movie itself goes, I notice that the video quality certainly is not what I would have liked it to have been. There is a considerable amount of noticable film dirt. The soundtrack is in contrast, quite clear and well balanced (for a DS2.0 soundtrack over a stereo system). For those who have not seen the Director's Cut of this film before, I would like to mention that the significant differences are the removal of Harrison Ford's narrative for the character, "Rick Deckard" as well as added scenes originally removed which give greater insight into the Director's original goal for the storyline.


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