Episode 7

Blade Runner & Blade Runner 2049

October 9, 2017

Endless rain, burning neon, ethereal music, and urban pyramids — Blade Runner is one of the most influential films of all time with its impossible visual splendor and a philosophical existentialism that’s more human than human.

Thirty-five years later the sequel, Blade Runner 2049, brings us a new vision of those timeless ideas. Join us as the Vultures discuss the original, the sequel, and ideas that are far bigger than all of us.

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Have to disagree about Leto. I think he did a great job with what he was given. His character was under-written, which I think was a disservice to the film as a whole. He’s a talented actor capable of delivering a really solid performance and he could have delivered a really impeccable villain. He just wasn’t given much to do.