Blade Runner

Blade Runner

Director: Ridley Scott Cast: Harrison Ford, Rutger Hauer, Sean Young
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Overview

Blade Runner

Ridley Scott's celebrated sci-fi classic stars Harrison Ford as retired 21st Century Detective Rick Deckard, who is forced back into active duty in order to hunt a fugitive band of human-like androids known as "replicants" though the rain-soaked streets of L.A. After meeting with the eccentric Eldon Tyrell (Joe Turkel), creator of the replicants, Deckard finds and eliminates Zhora (Joanna Cassidy) before coming under attack by the powerful Leon (Brion James). Deckard is about to be killed by Leon when he's saved by Rachael (Sean Young), Tyrell's assistant and a replicant who's unaware of her true nature. In the meantime, replicant leader Roy Batty (Rutger Hauer) and his pleasure model lover, Pris (Darryl Hannah) use a dying inventor, J.F. Sebastian (William Sanderson) to get close to Tyrell and murder him. Deckard tracks the pair to Sebastian's, where a bloody and violent final confrontation between Deckard and Batty takes place on a skyscraper rooftop high above the city. This digitally re-mastered version of the film features extended scenes and improved visual effects approved by the director in order to better reflect his original vision.

Product Details

Release Date: 09/14/2010
UPC: 0883929145720
Original Release: 2007
Rating: R
Source: Warner Home Video
Region Code: 1
Time: 1:57:00
Sales rank: 543

Special Features

Introduction by director Ridley Scott; Three filmmaker commentaries: Ridley Scott, executive producer/co-screenwriter Hampton Fancher, co-screenwriter David Peoples, producer Michael Deeley and production executive Katherine Haber; Visual futurist Syd Mead, production designer Lawrence G. Paull, art director David L. Snyder, and special photographic effects supervisors Douglas Trumbull, Richard Yuricich and David Dryer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Harrison Ford Rick Deckard
Rutger Hauer Roy Batty
Sean Young Rachael
Edward James Olmos Gaff
M. Emmet Walsh Harry Bryant
Daryl Hannah Pris
William Sanderson J.F. Sebastian
Brion James Leon
Joe Turkel Tyrell
Joanna Cassidy Zhora
James Hong Chew
Morgan Paull Holden
Kevin Thompson Bear
John E. Allen Kaiser
Hy Pyke Taffey Lewis
Kimiko Hiroshige Cambodian Woman
Charles Knapp Bartender
Robert Okazaki Sushi Master

Technical Credits
Ridley Scott Director
Bud Alper Sound/Sound Designer
Newt Arnold Asst. Director
Charles Breen Set Decoration/Design
Jordan S. Cronenweth Cinematographer
Peg Cummings Set Decoration/Design
Linda de Scenna Set Decoration/Design
Michael Deeley Producer
David Dryer Special Effects Supervisor
Hampton Fancher Executive Producer,Screenwriter
Jane Feinberg Casting
Mike Fenton Casting
Michael Kaplan Costumes/Costume Designer
Brian Kelly Executive Producer
Brian Kelly Executive Producer
Charles Knode Costumes/Costume Designer
Marci Liroff Casting
Louis Mann Set Decoration/Design
Lawrence G. Paull Production Designer,Set Decoration/Design
David Peoples Screenwriter
Gregory Pickrell Set Decoration/Design
Darryl Ponicsan Screenwriter
Ivor Powell Associate Producer
Terry Rawlings Editor
Thomas Roysden Set Decoration/Design
William Ladd Skinner Set Decoration/Design
David Snyder Art Director
Douglas Trumbull Special Effects Supervisor
Vangelis Score Composer
Marvin Westmore Makeup
Bud Yorkin Producer
Richard Yuricich Special Effects Supervisor

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Blade Runner: The Final Cut
1. Credits and Foreword [2:58]
2. Eye on the City [1:33]
3. Emotional Response [2:52]
4. Interrupted Sushi [3:53]
5. Old Blade Runner Magic [1:40]
6. Replicants in Question [3:59]
7. Rachael: Voight-Kampff Test [5:40]
8. Leon's Hotel Room [2:25]
9. Chew's Visitors [2:53]
10. If Only You Could See [2:23]
11. Someone Else's Memories [5:57]
12. Pris Meets Sebastian [5:10]
13. Deckard's Dream [:53]
14. Esper Enchancement [3:32]
15. Manufactured Skin [2:47]
16. Miss Salome [6:34]
17. Pursuing Zhora [2:08]
18. Retirement...Witnessed [2:17]
19. How Many to Go? [2:04]
20. Wake Up, Time to Die [1:26]
21. I Owe You One [2:37]
22. Say "Kiss Me" [1:50]
23. Only Two of Us Now [4:54]
24. We Need You, Sebastian [3:33]
25. Right Moves [3:58]
26. Prodigal Son Brings Death [2:22]
27. No Way to Treat a Friend [4:38]
28. Death Among the Menagerie [1:32]
29. Proud of Yourself? [5:16]
30. Wounded Animals [2:51]
31. Building Ledge [4:17]
32. The Roof [1:24]
33. To Live in Fear [1:54]
34. Like Tears in Rain [1:24]
35. Souvenir [3:08]
36. End Credits [3:17]

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Blade Runner 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I, too, miss the ending narration. This is one of the few times I think the studio's opinion was better than the director's.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I did not like the voiceover in the original, this one is much better
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Why not offer both the Voice over and the directors cut? I like the original much better. This film is the closest I have come to some of my weird dreams. Dreamlike and mesmerizing. Rutger - absolutly nasty and wonderful at the same time. The menace he projects... "Not an easy man to see, I guess." True adult Science Fiction with not an Ewok in the house.
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When Blade Runner came out in 1982 I was befuddled by the almost unbarable "narration". The images are beautiful, the story imaginative but that narration killed it for me. Then I learned that Ford hated the narration and vowed to do as bad a job as possible so that the studio couldn't use it. This just goes to prove what yutzes Most studio heads are. Even though Forf gave a zombie like voicover they decided to keep it in the film. It wasn't until they released the director's cut in 1992 that I realized just exactly what a wonderful film this is. I hate to be negative but those people who prefer the original are just wrong, wrong, wrong. This film is now what it needed to be when it was released and I'm just as pleased as punch