History WMG / BladeRunner

9th Jun '16 4:27:44 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: "Replicants" are [[TheRockyHorrorPictureShow Transylvanians]] ]]

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[[WMG: "Replicants" are [[TheRockyHorrorPictureShow [[Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow Transylvanians]] ]]
8th May '16 10:37:50 PM erforce
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* It's unlikely they're {{Terminator}}-esque robots with human skin, because a simple metal detector would easily show they're not human, and the Voight-Kampf test wouldn't be necessary. No, they're genetic manipulation at its finest, so a kill switch isn't possible.

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* It's unlikely they're {{Terminator}}-esque Franchise/{{Terminator}}-esque robots with human skin, because a simple metal detector would easily show they're not human, and the Voight-Kampf test wouldn't be necessary. No, they're genetic manipulation at its finest, so a kill switch isn't possible.
19th Apr '16 1:30:19 PM erforce
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[[WMG:Deckard is IndianaJones, age 120.]]

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[[WMG:Deckard is IndianaJones, Franchise/IndianaJones, age 120.]]
5th Apr '16 6:24:03 AM TheGatekeeper
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[[WMG: Replicants are an improvement on the cloning technology in ''Moon''.]]
As humans began to colonise other planets, genetic engineers found a way to mass-produce slave clones without basing them all on one person, allowing many different models to perform different tasks at the same time. They also improved them physically and mentally. But they continued experimenting with implanted memories and kept the limited lifespan (just extended to four years instead of three), in order to keep the clones from organising a serious rebellion.
8th Mar '16 2:35:13 AM erforce
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[[Film/AnchorMan He's a Werehyena]]

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[[Film/AnchorMan [[Film/Anchorman2TheLegendContinues He's a Werehyena]]
16th Nov '15 4:35:39 PM KenKevinStriker
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* For as much effort the author made to fill logical holes, it should be noted that in Blade Runner 2: The Edge of Human, [[spoiler: Sebastian never died and he's trying to resurrect Pris, who is now human.]] I'm not sure what was going through his head on *that* one.

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* For as much effort the author made to fill logical holes, it should be noted that in Blade Runner 2: The Edge of Human, [[spoiler: Sebastian never died and he's trying to resurrect Pris, who is now human.]] I'm not sure what was going through his head on *that* with that one.
16th Nov '15 4:35:05 PM KenKevinStriker
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In the book "Blade runner 2: Edge of human" KW Jeter makes a serious effort to plug all logical holes in the movie. Single spoiler: ''All'' blade runners are replicants (nothing else is tough enough to fight a Nexus) and the one missing from the briefing is a Holden model. Informing Deckard (or Holden) would tip them off that they are replicants and cause distress, so Bryant ignores it in the rundown.

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In the book "Blade runner Runner 2: Edge of human" KW Human" K.W. Jeter makes a serious effort to plug all logical holes in the movie. Single spoiler: ''All'' blade runners are replicants (nothing else is tough enough to fight a Nexus) and the one missing from the briefing is a Holden model. Informing Deckard (or Holden) would tip them off that they are replicants and cause distress, so Bryant ignores it in the rundown.
* For as much effort the author made to fill logical holes, it should be noted that in Blade Runner 2: The Edge of Human, [[spoiler: Sebastian never died and he's trying to resurrect Pris, who is now human.]] I'm not sure what was going through his head on *that* one.
16th Nov '15 4:16:47 PM KenKevinStriker
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*** The DirectorsCut and subsequent versions changed the line that one Replicant was killed by an electric fence to two, thus accounting for both.

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*** The DirectorsCut and subsequent versions Final Cut changed the line that one Replicant was killed by an electric fence field to two, thus accounting for both.both.
**** Oddly enough, the line "two of them got fried" is in the Workprint from the Blu-ray set but the line was changed back to "one of them got fried" in the Theatrical and Director's Cuts.
28th Jun '15 9:06:41 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG:Replicants are the prototype of [[Series/BattlestarGalacticaReimagined Battlestar Galactica's]] Cylons.]]

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[[WMG:Replicants are the prototype of [[Series/BattlestarGalacticaReimagined [[Series/BattlestarGalactica2003 Battlestar Galactica's]] Cylons.]]
19th Jun '15 7:05:47 AM hq42
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[[WMG: The sixth replicant was a second Holden.]]
In the book "Blade runner 2: Edge of human" KW Jeter makes a serious effort to plug all logical holes in the movie. Single spoiler: ''All'' blade runners are replicants (nothing else is tough enough to fight a Nexus) and the one missing from the briefing is a Holden model. Informing Deckard (or Holden) would tip them off that they are replicants and cause distress, so Bryant ignores it in the rundown.
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