History YMMV / BladeRunner

28th Jun '16 4:38:54 AM passivesmoking
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* EvilIsSexy: Roy and Pris. Or Zhora.

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* EvilIsSexy: Most of the antagonists are depicted as almost flawless beings, superior in both mind and body to normal humans (who for the most part are portrayed as grizzled and beaten down). This is especially true of Roy, who as the {{Ubermensch}} is built like a Greek god. Both of the female replicants are also quite easy on the eyes and none of them are above using sexual persuasion as a tool to get what they want (Both Priss and Roy come onto Sebastian in an attempt to persuade him to help them, and Pris. Or Zhora.Zhora is designed for political assassinations which probably involve the promise of sex as a way of getting closer to the target and she shamelessly uses her own nude body as a distraction when Deckard comes for her).
11th Jun '16 6:14:44 PM timotaka
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** Goes full well for the 1997 video game as well. Ray is subject to mind games from multiple factions, making him question his own identity and humanity. In one of the endings Clovis laments that he spent his final days fighting and killing in a futile attempt to find a way to extend his own life and the lives of his fellow replicants instead of savoring the time he had left with his friends.

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** Goes full well for the 1997 video game as well. Ray is subject to mind games from multiple factions, making him question his own identity and humanity. In one of the endings Clovis laments that he spent his final days fighting and killing in a futile attempt to find a way to extend his own life and the lives of his fellow replicants instead of savoring cherishing the time he had left with his friends.
11th Jun '16 5:32:17 PM timotaka
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** Goes full well for the 1997 video game as well. Ray is subject to mind games from multiple factions, making him question his own identity and humanity. In one of the endings Clovis laments that he spent his final days fighting and killing in a futile attempt to find a way to extend his own life and the lives of his fellow replicants instead of savoring the time he had left with his friends.
28th May '16 10:46:17 PM ajbit26
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** Coca-Cola launched the infamous New Coke shortly after the movie was released, but managed to survive anyway.

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** Coca-Cola launched the infamous New Coke shortly after the movie was released, but managed to survive anyway.bounce back stronger than ever.
28th May '16 10:13:08 AM KenKevinStriker
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* FauxlosophicNarration: The narration in the theatrical cut is kind of dreadful, and veers straight into this at the end of the film.
21st May '16 4:18:36 PM Faberlich
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* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: Vangelis' soundtrack, especially the love theme, title theme, and "Blade Runner Blues".

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* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: Vangelis' Music/{{Vangelis}}' soundtrack, especially the love theme, title theme, and "Blade Runner Blues".
19th May '16 11:45:05 AM hullflyer
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* HarsherInHindsight: The "Blade Runner Curse" is a bit of folklore developed around the film centered on how many of the companies with proeminent ProductPlacement in the film would go bankrupt or go through disastrous setbacks in the following decade:

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* HarsherInHindsight: The "Blade Runner Curse" is a bit of folklore developed around the film centered on how many of the companies with proeminent prominent ProductPlacement in the film would go bankrupt or go through disastrous setbacks in the following decade:
15th Apr '16 1:59:21 PM KenKevinStriker
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** In one of the interviews recorded for the Director's Cut Blu-Ray set, Olmos slips up and calls the replicants "Cylons" before correcting himself.

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** In one of the interviews recorded for the Director's Cut [[LimitedSpecialCollectorsUltimateEdition Five-Disc Collector's Edition Blu-Ray set, set]], Olmos slips up and calls the replicants Replicants "Cylons" before correcting himself.
15th Apr '16 1:48:05 PM KenKevinStriker
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* BrokenBase: The different cuts, Deckard's true nature, the unicorn etc.

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* BrokenBase: The different cuts, Deckard's true nature, the unicorn unicorn, etc.



* DeathOfTheAuthor: One of the reasons Deckard's being a replicant or not is still hotly debated is because no definite answer was given in the film, and the multiple script writers give contradictory answers when asked.

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* DeathOfTheAuthor: One of the reasons Deckard's being a replicant or not is still hotly debated is because no definite answer was given in the film, and the multiple script writers filmmakers give contradictory answers when asked.
12th Apr '16 7:19:50 PM JackthaRippa
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* ActionSurvivor: While Deckard has the definite reputation of a MemeticBadass, he shows monumental difficulty in his fights against the replicants. A JustifiedTrope, as they are top of the line, highly advanced Cyborgs, with two designed for military use. * AlternateCharacterInterpretation: Does Rachael actually fall in love with Deckard or does she become his mistress because she knows it's the only way she can avoid being retired or enslaved by other Bladerunners?

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* ActionSurvivor: While Deckard has the definite reputation of a MemeticBadass, he shows monumental difficulty in his fights against the replicants. A JustifiedTrope, as they are top of the line, highly advanced Cyborgs, with two designed for military use.
* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: Does Rachael actually fall in love with Deckard or does she become his mistress because she knows it's the only way she can avoid being retired or enslaved by other Bladerunners?
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