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Sounds like most here really like it. A rare thing & thanks to all for the reviews.
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Watched the new Blade Runner in IMAX. It was alright

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Saw it last night and quite enjoyed the film - good story, made you think, was shot well, sets/scenery quite good etc. I did have a few issues with the story...not as good as the original of course - but overall a very good & worthwhile flick and I applaud any "true"decent Sci Fi flick....certainly better than any Star Wars movie of late or even for quite some time.
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Was going to see BR 2049 Saturday (for my birthday) on the Ultrascreen but it's already been pushed out into a smaller theater.

Replaced by Happy Death Day. Wow.

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...and you still saw it correct? A "smaller" movie theater screen shouldn't stop you from going. It's still much better than seeing it on a truly small screen at home.
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As noted in earlier posts, I loved, loved, loved Blade Runner 2049. There is a caveat, though: I am certifiably a Blade Runner (1982) nerd, having seen the original upmteen zillion times. I can see then how some viewers of the sequel might think less of it than do those of us who fell in love with the original.
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As noted in earlier posts, I loved, loved, loved Blade Runner 2049. There is a caveat, though: I am certifiably a Blade Runner (1982) nerd, having seen the original upmteen zillion times. I can see then how some viewers of the sequel might think less of it than do those of us who fell in love with the original.
Same boat. I think about the only format I haven't owned it on was beta. Still wish I would have kept the LD so I could display it somewhere. I'd still say anyone who enjoys a deep science fiction film would probably really like 2049, but I have to be honest that my love for the original is probably coloring my opinion on this one some. It's such an influential film in themes, presentation and sound.

After having a few days to chew on 2049, I can see it being a film I love more and more as I get to watch it again (and again and again..). Can't wait for the 4K UHD disc. If Warner released it before Christmas I would be thrilled, but it's probably too soon.

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I saw this twice during opening weekend, once in 3D and again in full-size IMAX (for the ratio expansion). Although the 3D was a nice touch, it wasn't so well-thought-out as I hoped it would be; the IMAX version, though in 2D only, looked better with the ratio expansion, which I hope they keep for the eventual home release (although I doubt they will). This was a very complex package, posing as many questions as it answered from the first film. And the score, while not done by Vangelis this time around, is still compelling--it's done much as he would have done it for this one, IMO. I liked it, and found it a worthy successor to the original.
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I saw this twice during opening weekend, once in 3D and again in full-size IMAX (for the ratio expansion). Although the 3D was a nice touch, it wasn't so well-thought-out as I hoped it would be; the IMAX version, though in 2D only, looked better with the ratio expansion, which I hope they keep for the eventual home release (although I doubt they will). This was a very complex package, posing as many questions as it answered from the first film. And the score, while not done by Vangelis this time around, is still compelling--it's done much as he would have done it for this one, IMO. I liked it, and found it a worthy successor to the original.
In honor of the release of this sequel, I bought the UHD HDR TrueHD Atmos upgrade of my HD 5.1 copy of the original Blade Runner from the Kaleidescape store, watched it on my Kscape Strato the same day I got it, and loved it as much as ever.

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I've read several poster's say that they didn't like the story in BR2049 as much as the original. Personally, I think that the sequel surpassed the original. It was much more interesting and thought-provoking. I love the original as much as the next sci-fi fan but there really wasn't that much to it story-wise. The sequel, IMHO, has more depth to it. I'd be interested in hearing why some folks prefer the original. Maybe I'm missing something.


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I've read several poster's say that they didn't like the story in BR2049 as much as the original. Personally, I think that the sequel surpassed the original. It was much more interesting and thought-provoking. I love the original as much as the next sci-fi fan but there really wasn't that much to it story-wise. The sequel, IMHO, has more depth to it. I'd be interested in hearing why some folks prefer the original. Maybe I'm missing something.
I prefer the original Blade Runner (1982) only because it combined an intriguing and wholly original story with some of the most beautiful film ever made. Add to that, it's memorable, affecting soundtrack and it's no wonder it has become a classic.

The foregoing said, I give the sequel marks almost as high as I gave the original. While the sequel is derivative, the interesting and satisfying way it answers many of the questions asked in the original coupled with a lot of excitement and brilliant production values guarantees a worthwhile movie watching experience. Not sure Blade Runner 2049 will live as a classic sequel to a classic original, as The Godfather II has done but I think it will continue to be highly regarded.
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I thought it is a good movie but still seem to attract just the fans of this franchise. Review number looks high but the box office number looks low.

I had a fortune of seeing in the theater when the original came out in 1982. It wasn't well received in the box office either. I often heard that it was too dark of sci-fi. It was considered a niche movie and a very good one at that. But I think it grew on people.

As for 2049, I thought it relied little too much on the original. See below.



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If I have to rate the two, I would say the original easily beats the sequel. It had a bigger impact in the market in 1982 setting than the sequel did in 2017 setting.
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One gripe I had was, apparently, nexus 8
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If I have to rate the two, I would say the original easily beats the sequel. It had a bigger impact in the market in 1982 setting than the sequel did in 2017 setting.
Although I can see the image similarities, I'm not really bothered by it. Though those characters may visually remind you of ones in the first film, they have very different personalities and motivations.

As far as impact goes, there was no way 2049 (or really any film for that matter) was going to do what the original did. Although Star Wars and Close Encounters opened up our eyes to what effects work can do, Blade Runner created a wholly believable futuristic Earth. A feat far harder in my opinion. And countless films since have ridden the coattails of that aesthetic. It's hard to surpass the film that pretty much defined the look of an entire genre.

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Although the 3D was a nice touch, it wasn't so well-thought-out as I hoped it would be; the IMAX version, though in 2D only, looked better with the ratio expansion, which I hope they keep for the eventual home release (although I doubt they will).
Ugh I'm in the opposite camp. The WIDE-NARROW-WIDE-NARROW-WIDE-NARROW switching in variable ARs is just an irritation. If they want an IMAX ratio and just stuck with it, I'd be fine. But the switching is just needlessly annoying. Constantly takes me out of the film.


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One gripe I had was, apparently, nexus 8
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Also, the full-size IMAX version switched ratios for only two things that I noticed: The POV from K's remote flyer, and the end credits. Otherwise, the movie maintained a constant 1.9:1 ratio. Not all movies made for full IMAX, that have variable ratios, switch so often between them, and of course not all IMAX movies have such variables.


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Also, the full-size IMAX version switched ratios for only two things that I noticed: The POV from K's remote flyer, and the end credits. Otherwise, the movie maintained a constant 1.9:1 ratio. Not all movies made for full IMAX, that have variable ratios, switch so often between them, and of course not all IMAX movies have such variables.
Does this movie actually have a variable ratio? The LIEMAX screening I went to was full-screen 1.9:1 throughout. While this may not be conclusive, the Technical Specs page on IMDb only references:

1.90 : 1 (IMAX version)
2.39 : 1

As opposed to, for example, Dunkirk, which has a much more detailed breakdown:

1.43 : 1 (most scenes: IMAX 70mm venues)
1.90 : 1 (most scenes: IMAX digital venues)
2.20 : 1
2.20 : 1 (DCP ratio: Based in flat) (70mm prints)
2.39 : 1 (35mm prints)

I assumed this was a situation like Skyfall or Oblivion, where the "OAR" and general theatrical release are 2.39:1 while IMAX is opened up to a constant 1.9:1.
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Also, the full-size IMAX version switched ratios for only two things that I noticed: The POV from K's remote flyer, and the end credits. Otherwise, the movie maintained a constant 1.9:1 ratio. Not all movies made for full IMAX, that have variable ratios, switch so often between them, and of course not all IMAX movies have such variables.
Thanks that puts me at ease. The big culprit is of course Nolan with the switching every other scene. A couple switches aren't a huge deal should they release it in VAR.

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Thanks that puts me at ease. The big culprit is of course Nolan with the switching every other scene. A couple switches aren't a huge deal should they release it in VAR.
In the latest Transformers travesty, Michael Bay changes aspect ratios with practically every shot.

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Am I interpreting it correctly that in this story, the Wallace Corporation is above the law? I mean, Luv just
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Saw this yesterday - IMAX 2d. Enjoyed it very much. I believe it maintained full height aspect ratio throughout. The thing that troubled me was sitting in a 588 seat theater with only 8 seats filled.

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I went to see the financially successful but somewhat underwhelming Kingsman: The Golden Circle yesterday. As I was walking through the cineplex on the way to my theater, I passed by the large theater where I saw Blade Runner 2049 last weekend. As others have reported, it has already been replaced with Happy Death Day. Although I realize that money drives all decisions in the movie business, I couldn't help but be a little sad. Oh well, maybe this means I'll be able to get the UHD HDR Atmos disk earlier that would have been the case if Blade Runner 2049 had been a financial success

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Blu-ray release date

"Blade Runner 2049 Blu-ray release date is estimated for December 2017"
https://www.dvdsreleasedates.com/mov...de-runner-2049
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Yep, Amazon has the 4K version of the film up for preorder, too.

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Wow they're pumping that out quick. Looking forward to seeing it.
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It's all about the timing. They gotta target the shopping season.
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As for 2049, I thought it relied little too much on the original. See below.



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Lets say the Studio just can't help themselves these days. Anything to attach a product to the success of a former, even though it took the long time audience to make it that way.

Given Ridley's ExecProducer chair in this one, why expect anything different. He's known to steal from his own films and smiles every time he's pinned on it.

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I saw this in a Dolby Vision theater and the bass was really powerful especially the first few minutes it just pounded you. Almost like the effect of seat transducers. Also caught a RPX 3D showing and the bass wasn't even close to the Dolby Vision theater.
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I'm now enthusiastically waiting for 2049's arrival on home video. I saw a single showing, IMAX, and had planned to see it a second time either in 3-D or in Dolby Vision but they've already been yanked. First up on at home will be the 3-D, notwithstanding Deakins disclaimer/distancing, followed by the 4K. I suspect the 3-D disk will only feature a Dolby TrueHD/DTS-MA 7.1 track while the 4K an ATMOS/DTS:X track so I'm bit more excited to see it in the latter format to hear what the ceiling speakers have to say.
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