Blade Runner


Blade Runner Review

A rare masterpiece in both the sci-fi and film noir genres. Blade Runner makes you think, makes you question reality, and makes you return to watch it again and again. I own both the VHS and the DVD and have seen the movie a dozen times. It gets better with age. The best work of everyone involved with the project, hands down. Harrison Ford is unforgettable as the is-he-or-isn't-he??? cop charged with tracking down a band of "replicants," super-strong and brilliant androids on the loose in a dystopic future. Sean Young might have made her only decent movie with this performance, as well... also playing a replicant who doesn't know she isn't real. Breathtakingly beautiful despite its dour setting, Ridley Scott's moodiness really paid off on this one.
Blade Runner

Facts and Figures

Run time: 117 mins

In Theaters: Friday 25th June 1982

Box Office USA: $1.2M

Box Office Worldwide: $32.8M

Budget: $28M

Distributed by: Warner Bros. Pictures

Production compaines: Shaw Brothers, The Ladd Company, Warner Bros.

Reviews 5 / 5

Rotten Tomatoes: 91%
Fresh: 87 Rotten: 9

IMDB: 8.2 / 10

Cast & Crew



Starring: as Rick Deckard, as Roy Batty, as Rachael, as Gaff, as Pris, as J.F. Sebastian, as Leon Kowalski, as Eldon Tyrell, as Zhora, as Hannibal Chew, as Holden, as Bear, John Edward Allen as Kaiser, Hy Pyke as Taffey Lewis, Kimiko Hiroshige as Cambodian Lady, Carolyn DeMirjian as Saleslady, Bob Okazaki as Howie Lee, as Bryant