Dangerous Days: Making Blade Runner

Dangerous Days: Making Blade Runner

The definitive three-and-a-half hour documentary about the troubled creation and enduring legacy of the science fiction classic "Blade Runner," culled from 80 interviews and hours of never-before-seen outtakes and lost footage.

The definitive three-and-a-half hour documentary about the troubled creation and enduring legacy of the science fiction classic "Blade Runner," culled from 80 interviews and hours of never-before-seen outtakes and lost footage. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Logan M (it) wrote: Worthy of its Palme D'or victory, Ken Loach's latest social commentary drama raises some important issues with the aid of its realistic characters.

Jared N (jp) wrote: worst movie ever. Of all time

Tyler S (kr) wrote: This film is at its best with Gere under pressure....which is most of the movie.The guy shows flawless acting in a suspense film about a man doing what's wrong and how it will bite you in the ass.it's a study too of money talks and you can walk.Gere plays a successful CEO who you think at first is a good family man.You quickly realize he is kind of a sleeze ball who is having an affair with a younger woman. Things spiral all of control when he gets in a car accident and kills her.Instead of doing the right thing and calling 911, he flees the seen, calls someone to pick him up, which eventually involves him in the crime. It spirals more out of control in this tense tout thriller that has a quick message abrupt ending. Gere makes the Fantastic movie that is flawed but good nonetheless.

Matty S (gb) wrote: Someone please find a good role for Parker Posey. She is far too talented to be in so many terrible movies. ...and, this is one of them.

Tyler F (au) wrote: Despite the negative reviews I thoroughly enjoyed this film.

Li W (nl) wrote: At first I wasn't impressed by the film. It had some weird camera work going on. It was frustrating not being able to see the whole person and only seeing eyes all the time or seeing people through things like chairs. But by the end it had convinced me that it was a good film. I agree it's one of Kajol's best roles. It was a really big jump for her in regards to her other roles. I normally don't like Ajay Devgan at all but he improved himself in this role. The music, I thought was beautiful and so was the story.

Kendall I (au) wrote: I can't help but love this movie for the fact that I grew up with it. Even today, I'm still a nerd for the franchise. PLOT:Yugi Moto (Dan Green) is known among the popular card game, Duel Monsters, as the most best player in the world. After putting together the ancient Millenium Puzzle, the spirit of the great dueling pharaoh was given to Yugi along with the all-powerful Egyptian god cards. In this adventure, Yugi is challenged to a duel by his arch rival, Seto Kaiba (Eric Stuart). However, Kaiba has prepared to finally beat Yugi with two cards taken from the deck of the game's creator. One of these cards, the Pyramid of Light, has a supernatural power given to it by the spirit of Anubis, an evil ruler from ancient Egypt. After a discovery of his tomb and artifacts, Anubis awakens with an age-old grudge against the pharaoh. So, in this one duel, Anubis' spirit is powered through the Pyramid of Light card and is bent on ruling the world and taking down the pharaoh. It's a decent plot executed fairly well. VOICES:The voice acting in here was okay. The voice acting was done by the same actors who do it in the show, so if you've ever watched it, you kind of know what to expect. Dan Green did his usual good job of voicing Yugi Moto, as did Eric Stuart as Seto Kaiba. The other shiners would have to be Amy Birnbaum as Tea Garnder and Darren Dunstan as Maximillion Pegasus. Everybody else was fairly annoying. SCORE:The score to this movie wasn't really too important. It was just basic score that set the mood for each scene. It was much like the TV show. ANIMATION:The animation in here was pretty good. It's in the anime style and fairly detailed. If you're into anime, you'd probably like it. It's pretty detailed with the monsters and comical with the characters' faces at times. OTHER CONTENT:This movie was really no big deal among most people, but to the fans of the franchise, it's pretty good. I've been a fan of the franchise since I was about five years old and I still do get into it some. The movie is mainly all cards and dueling and milking all the franchise has to offer. I like that, since I'm into it, but to those who aren't fans of the series, this movie doesn't really matter. This movie is strictly for fans of the series and card game. Also, even though I'm into it, this movie did have a few problems with me as well. There were some parts of it that were just cheesy and uncalled for, which kind of threw the movie off. Also, this movie is honestly just one great big episode of the show. With all the non-stop dueling, you'd be almost as good with the TV show itself. I'm into it, but I'm sure those who aren't either despise or don't care about it. It's one strictly for the fans.OVERALL,a good movie with a decent plot, okay voice acting, basic score, pretty good anime animation, and a good following for the fans of the franchise, but there are some cheesy parts to it, it's no different from the show, and it's strictly for the fans.

David J (mx) wrote: This movie was magical. Awesome voice acting, fluid animation and popping visuals, even when rewatching it in 2016.

Molly R (es) wrote: This was a very pleasant story based on an African folktale.

Meagunn H (gb) wrote: An unlikely heist movie. Touching and brilliantly written.

Jake A (nl) wrote: Though it isn't as good as the first film it at least tries new things rather than sticking to the formula from before. With another fantastic performance from Gene Hackman, riveting action, a decent enough plot, really good score and a decent supporting cast. Just a shame it is relatively slow paced and doesn't reach its full potential.

Robert C (jp) wrote: Hayley Mills effectively plays an "unloved" child with a capacity for driving away governesses that would impress clementina cavendish.... and meets her secretive equal in her newest minder. not exactly the happiest hayley movie, but life affirming and fuzzy enough not to be too harrowing for more sensitive viewers. somewhat predicatably, hayley falls out of a tree again on the way to her redemtion

Nicki M (ca) wrote: Interesting and a bit creepy. Wasn't the best movie I ever saw, but not bad for something on TV.