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“Blade Runner 2049”: Film Critic Chuck Koplinski

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“Blade Runner 2049”: Film Critic Chuck Koplinski, Dinner and a Movie.

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http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12463/7119103?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Fri, 06 Oct 2017 15:54:57 +0000 “Blade Runner 2049”: Film Critic Chuck Koplinski “Blade Runner 2049”: Film Critic Chuck Koplinski, Dinner and a Movie. http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12463/7119103?cpt=8&wpid=2637 WCIA >>heather: the long-awaited sequel to a classic and an interesting look at seminal sports event. >> something that becomes historic and something that everyone should know about. >>matt: i'll take one more sip. tell us about blade runner 2049. >> i got to tell you, i was skeptical when i heard this. why would you need a sequel to a film that came out in -. i was wrong. this movie was much better than i thought it was. in my opinion, i think it's better than the original. we have jared lehto, he runs a nefarious organization where he produces replicas. part robot, part human to the point that you cannot tell. here's our lead character, ryan gosling. he does not have a name. he goes by a number. he too is a replicant. there's his girlfriend. his girlfriend doesn't really exist either. she's a robot as well and all of this leads to an interesting end as he finds a dead body at the beginning of this film. in investigating this: it takes him far back into places that no one should go. yes to hunt down the original blade runner who is living in seclusion in las vegas. the one thing i liked about this film that the first film didn't do. the first film was very cold. a sanitary movie. a great looking film but there's not much emotion. here, this is all about emotion. all about ryan gosling and his girlfriend wanting to be human. they see humans experience certain things, feel certain things and they are told this is normal. and they're striving to be that way, the movie becomes incredibly moving. because you no matter what they do, they will never get there. the film is too long. visually, it's dazzling. i thought this weekend and i cannot stop thinking about it. >>matt: it's really postmodern. being able to idea of being human backs seeing them





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