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sealawyer
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Which Blade Runner version to watch?
What say you all? Want to watch the new movie this weekend, which version of the original should I watch to prep?


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re: Which Blade Runner version to watch?
Final

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mizzoubuckeyeiowa
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re: Which Blade Runner version to watch?
Good question.

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There have been at least seven different cuts of the classic 1982 film.


But everything is minor.

The Final Cut is just a minute longer than the ‘82 Theatrical Cut.

So besides the little extras the big question is - You either want voice-over or you don't. I personally always liked the voice-over...sure people say it's lazy film-making and the studio pressed for it...but it works in Blade Runner.
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dawgdayafternoon
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re: Which Blade Runner version to watch?
Redux


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elprez00
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re: Which Blade Runner version to watch?
The Final Cut.


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Ace Midnight
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re: Which Blade Runner version to watch?
Final Cut

(If Ace doesn't know, nobody knows.)


jeff5891
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re: Which Blade Runner version to watch?
I would just skip the movie in general


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mizzoubuckeyeiowa
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re: Which Blade Runner version to watch?
Do people love the final cut because finally there will be an end to cut after cut?

That has to be part of it.

Can we finally stop editing this movie...after 7 versions?

Yes, and we will call it Final Cut, love it or leave it.

That seems to be part of the love...last man standing edit.
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jackwoods4
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re: Which Blade Runner version to watch?
Just watched The Final Cut tonight.


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re: Which Blade Runner version to watch?
I still havent gone back and finished watching it, i need to do that tonight so i can be ready for this weekend


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re: Which Blade Runner version to watch?
Is it on any of Amazon/Netflix/HBO?


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re: Which Blade Runner version to watch?
I just found out my wife has never seen blade runner

5 years ago I found out she never saw tGodfather and I made her watch it and the whole time every pop culture reference from her entire life started to make sense


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re: Which Blade Runner version to watch?
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Is it on any of Amazon/Netflix/HBO?


The only way to watch the Final cut is to buy it off of Amazon or iTunes.

I ordered a blu-ray w/ Amazon Prime, but I guess it's back ordered as hell because it says I won't get it until October 18.

I'm just going to buy it on iTunes later today. I think it was like $10.


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jackwoods4
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re: Which Blade Runner version to watch?
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Is it on any of Amazon/Netflix/HBO?


You can rent Final Cut on Amazon.


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You can rent Final Cut on Amazon.


I literally looked yesterday and you couldn't rent it

You can rent it for $4. They also dropped the price to purchase it digitally as well. Great deal.


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GeauxTGRZ
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re: Which Blade Runner version to watch?
Watching the Final Cut at my theatre tonight then watching 2049 on Sunday.



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re: Which Blade Runner version to watch?
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You can rent Final Cut on Amazon.




No you can't, i bought the digital version the other day because you couldnt rent it. The only one you can rent is the theatrical version
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re: Which Blade Runner version to watch?
Rented the theatrical version just the other night so my 17-year-old could see it before going to see BR2049.

First time I've watched it all the way through since I saw a sneak preview in Auburn a couple of months before its national release. It's held up pretty well considering. Music is what dates it more than anything else. (I've never seen either the Director's Cut or the Final Cut).

I liked the voiceover, even though it over-explained things at times. It did add to the film noir feel.

Gaff is still the shit, though. So sorry he isn't in the sequel.




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No you can't, i bought the digital version the other day because you couldnt rent it. The only one you can rent is the theatrical version


K.



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GetEmTigers08
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re: Which Blade Runner version to watch?
Oh, he's in 2049. Just found this out today.

Possible spoilers, but I didn't think so.

LINK


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