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    Quote Originally Posted by october_midnight View Post
    don't remember if i said it in this thread already but i actually liked 2049 more than the original so i am so on board for more from denis

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    Quote Originally Posted by eversonpoe View Post
    don't remember if i said it in this thread already but i actually liked 2049 more than the original so i am so on board for more from denis

    Me too. I put it up there with Terminator 2 and The Godfather Part Two, and I really don't say that lightly

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    Honestly i'd watch hours of just random footage shot by Denis in that world with it's BEAUTIFUL cinematography and droning score!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haysey View Post
    Honestly i'd watch hours of just random footage shot by Denis Roger Deakins in that world with it's BEAUTIFUL cinematography and droning score!
    Fixed that fo ya. But yeah, Dennis did a really good job and totally deserves a carte blanche on future projects.

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    Can't decide if I like the second one more than the first one. Its narrative is more gripping and the first one has more flaws overall, but then again there wouldn't be a follow up if it weren't for the original and despite its flaws it has THAT atmosphere. Also, the score!

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    Quote Originally Posted by r_z View Post
    Can't decide if I like the second one more than the first one. Its narrative is more gripping and the first one has more flaws overall, but then again there wouldn't be a follow up if it weren't for the original and despite its flaws it has THAT atmosphere. Also, the score!
    i love both but i find the sequel far more compelling and i'm able to connect with it far more deeply on an emotional level.

    also, i think both scores (while very different) are excellent.

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    I'm with @eversonpoe on this one. I only recently saw Blade Runner 2049 (like 3 weeks ago) and I loved it and wondered why I hadn't watched it earlier. I've even owned it for over a year, but only recently actually watched it. I was waiting for my wife at first, but after realizing that she didn't have much interest in it, I was planning to prepare by re-watching the original, which I'd have to be in the right mood to throw on because I find it to be extremely slow at times. That exposition dump in the beginning is all the reminder you really need, though.

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    My fandom propelled for the series recently from a watch binge led to me to buying a super awesome silk canvas poster for 2049, professionally printed. I'll share in this thread whenever I get it and a frame.

    This one:

    Last edited by Space Suicide; 09-07-2020 at 12:29 AM.

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    Every time I see this movie title I think of this game. Still the best version of Rush and I wish they'd do an HD remake of it or even the whole series, something.



    That said, I need to watch the movie. I also need to watch the first one with my son so it's in the queue.

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    Don't forget to watch the short animated episodes which are officialy part of Blade Runner 2049. They contain small pieces of the figurative puzzle.

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