Blade Runner

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A blade runner must pursue and try to terminate four replicants who stole a ship in space and have returned to Earth to find their creator.


  • Harrison Ford
  • Rutger Hauer
  • Sean Young
  • Edward James Olmos
  • M. Emmet Walsh
  • Daryl Hannah
  • William Sanderson
  • Brion James
  • Joe Turkel
  • Joanna Cassidy

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  • (at around 38 mins) After Pris (Daryl Hannah) first meets Sebastian (William Sanderson), she runs away from him, skidding into his car and smashing the window with her elbow. This was a genuine mistake caused by Hannah slipping on the wet ground. The glass wasn't breakaway glass, it was real glass, and Hannah chipped her elbow in eight places. She still has the scar from the accident, as can be seen in Dangerous Days: Making Blade Runner (2007), the feature-length making-of documentary of the film.
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  • (at around 1h 8 mins) In Deckard's apartment, the color of Rachael's lipstick changes from red to pink/natural and back several times.
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    • [Batty has grabbed Deckard's gun hand and pulled it, along with the gun, through a hole in the wall]
    • Batty: Straight doesn't seem to be good enough! Now it's my turn! I'm going to give you a few seconds before I come.
    • Batty: Proud of yourself, little man?
    • [Batty takes the gun out of Deckard's hand]
    • Batty: This is for Zhora!
    • [Batty breaks one of Deckard's fingers]
    • Batty: This is for Pris!
    • [Batty breaks another one of Deckard's fingers, puts the gun back into his hand and lets him go]
    • Batty: C'mon, Deckard. I'm right here, but you've gotta shoot straight!
    • [Deckard shoots through the hole in the wall and blows one of Batty's ears off]
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The kind of movie you have to see twice.

Bryan G



What remains is a great Vangelis score, astonishing production design, Hauer's career role -- and a movie that deserves its cult reputation despite an unloving heart. [11 Sept 1992]

Metacritic review by Susan Wloszczyna
Susan Wloszczyna
USA Today