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Offline azziman

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Blade Runner at the cinema
« on: January 13, 2006, 12:16:15 am »
When Blade Runner was first released at the cinema i was only 7 years old and therefore too young at the time, when the directors cut was released some time later i was plenty old enough but where i live it only played for a week and i did'nt get a chance to see it on the big screen,i would have loved to have seen it as was intended and i was wondering if anyone else has seen either version of the movie on the silver screen and what did you think, was it much better than watching it at home?

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Re: Blade Runner at the cinema
« Reply #1 on: January 13, 2006, 01:11:22 am »
I've been lucky enough to catch "The Directors Cut" atleast two times in the city where I live (Which is not that big). The first time in an old theater with a pretty small screen during a festival, some year later it was up again (this time also during a festival) in a more modern cinema with a bigger screen, that time it was fantastic and I must say that when it comes to watching movies then the (screen) size matters.

I also saw the same cut during "The Scandinavian Sci-Fi, Game & Toy Convention" in a small cinema called "Focus" in Hagsätra outside Stockholm. The picture quality was horrible and there was no subtitles but I didn't go there just to watch the movie on a big screen, the reason I was there was that Rutger Hauer was the special guest whom did an Q&A and told us some cool stuff from the making of Blade Runner, this was really cool and I guess a once-in-a-lifetime thing.

I asked about two things, first how the making was and I got the answer we usuall get on that question, it was hard and it was some conflicts going on but Ridley Scott truly is a genius when it comes to making movies (Like setting up a scene could take hours and that Sir Scott could take alot of takes just changing the lights or something) and I also (Remember that this was in 2002) asked if he knew anything about the Special Edition but he said that he knew nothing about a Blade Runner "Special Edition".

More about when I meet Rutger can be found if you check the "Meeting Rutger Hauer" in the main menu under Special Features..

In other words, Blade Runner is always a special movie atleast for me, no matter if I see it at home on DVD or in a cinema but it is that kind of movie that deserves a big screen since there's alot of new stuff that you catch every time you watch it
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Re: Blade Runner at the cinema
« Reply #2 on: December 06, 2006, 01:02:19 pm »
I have seen both versions of bladerunner on the silver screen.  They were both very good. I would recommend that people see either version at the movie theatre. Bladerunner is definately a movie worth watching. it will always be a classic.

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Re: Blade Runner at the cinema
« Reply #3 on: June 23, 2007, 01:03:33 pm »
In 1982-83, I saw BR about 10 times in theaters (when projection was, IMO, far more superior than it is today). Ever since, I've been avoiding watching the film as much as I can.  VHS tapes, laserdiscs and faulty DVDs just don't do the film (which mainly communicates visually) any justice. The next time that I watch Blade Runner it will be on Blu-Ray and a large HD Ready Plasma screen. I'm really looking foward to it.

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Re: Blade Runner at the cinema
« Reply #4 on: August 14, 2008, 12:39:22 am »
Just back from seeing The Final Cut on the big screen at the GFT and all I can say is  :o Wow!  :o  O0  :coolsmiley:
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Re: Blade Runner at the cinema
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