Thirty years after the events of the first film, a new blade runner, LAPD Officer K (Ryan Gosling), unearths a long-buried secret that has the potential to plunge what's left of society into chaos. K's discovery leads him on a quest to find Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford), a former LAPD blade runner who has been missing for 30 years. Written by
Warner Bros. Pictures
Ridley Scott started the production and was set to direct the film, but in the end turned down the project due schedule conflicts with Alien: Covenant (2017). He remained however as executive producer and creative consultant. See more »
While exploring the abandoned casino, K gives a casual one-handed spin to a roulette wheel. The soundtrack adds the rattling noise of a roulette ball (or pill) landing in a pocket, even though K clearly does not pick up a ball or launch one.
Only about two-thirds of the wheel is seen before K spins it, so the ball could have been sitting in the non-visible third ; and the camera quickly cuts away, so it could not be seen flung out and spinning. See more »
I'm here for Mr. Wallace. I'm Luv.
He named you. You must be special.
... I'm here for Mr. Wallace. Please come with me.
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The film's title is hidden in the opening text. The text ends with "Blade Runner" in red and the next shot says "California 2049", where "2049" is in red. The three red words make up the film's title. See more »
Long. Boring. Trash. Those are the pros. LOL seriously I don't get how so many people praise this. It's an insult to the first and it has almost nothing n common with it. Story is alright like an another poster here said but this is not blade runner and it never feels like it. I really don't like gosling's character and he just seems like an assassin. A means and nasty movie. So many things wrong with. Watch it only for the curiosity but don't expect it to be entertaining. No more please of this rubbish. Even Ridley as a director is f'n up nowadays. Every movie I watch I know what's gonna happen cuz it's all just simplistic pandering.
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