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 Post subject: Blade Runner Final Cut BFI screening
PostPosted: Wed Mar 11, 2015 18:16 
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http://www.bfi.org.uk/whats-on/bfi-film ... -final-cut

Anybody up for a visit to see this?

It's on throughout April at the BFI Southbank and many other cinemas throughout the country

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 11, 2015 18:28 
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 11, 2015 18:29 
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Me too.

It's about time I watched Blade Runner.

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 11, 2015 18:35 
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 Post subject: Re: Blade Runner Final Cut BFI screening
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I'm actually bemused now as to what Grim... will make of Blade Runner. Still, if you're going to see it for the first time, the Final Cut in a cinema is actually really enviable

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 Post subject: Re: Blade Runner Final Cut BFI screening
PostPosted: Wed Mar 11, 2015 20:12 
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Yes, I definitely need to see this on the big screen again.


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 11, 2015 21:02 
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 Post subject: Re: Blade Runner Final Cut BFI screening
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Grim... wrote:
Me too.

It's about time I watched Blade Runner.


Just realised that I've never watched this end to end, started it a few times, got distracted and never gone back to it.

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 Post subject: Re: Blade Runner Final Cut BFI screening
PostPosted: Fri Mar 13, 2015 9:25 
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Isn't that lovely?

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As a teenager and early twenty-something I loved this. I re-watched it recently, and whilst it's good and moody and really atmospheric and well filmed, It wasn't as gripping as I remembered it being.

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I've always thought it was ok but it's never been anywhere near my own list of favourite films. You can't fault the set design and the look of the thing, though.


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markg wrote:
I've always thought it was ok but it's never been anywhere near my own list of favourite films. You can't fault the set design and the look of the thing, though.


Middlesborough never looked so good

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 Post subject: Re: Blade Runner Final Cut BFI screening
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MaliA wrote:
markg wrote:
I've always thought it was ok but it's never been anywhere near my own list of favourite films. You can't fault the set design and the look of the thing, though.


Middlesborough never looked so good


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DavPaz wrote:
MaliA wrote:
markg wrote:
I've always thought it was ok but it's never been anywhere near my own list of favourite films. You can't fault the set design and the look of the thing, though.


Middlesborough never looked so good


Tsk.


We can let him off, he's foreign after all.


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 Post subject: Re: Blade Runner Final Cut BFI screening
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Sorry DavPaz. I blame autocorrect. And stuff. I new it was brough

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And technically, it would be Redcar and Hartlepool.


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And technically, it would be Redcar and Hartlepool.


Arrange for my contact to be shot for the giving of false information in the gruadain's Notes and Queries.

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There's a walk from Redcar into Hartlepool ... I'd cross a bridge at night, and walk above the steel works. So that's probably where the opening of Blade Runner comes from. It always seemed to be rather gloomy and raining, and I'd just think "God, this is beautiful." You can find beauty in everything, and so I think I found the beauty in that darkness.

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There's a walk from Redcar into Hartlepool ... I'd cross a bridge at night, and walk above the steel works. So that's probably where the opening of Blade Runner comes from. It always seemed to be rather gloomy and raining, and I'd just think "God, this is beautiful." You can find beauty in everything, and so I think I found the beauty in that darkness.

Ridley Scott


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I thought he did it in the rain (and at night) because it made his cheap effects look better.

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It's not that long since Blade Runner was last at the cinema. Blade Runner at the cinema is always good though.

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Derek The Halls wrote:
Blade Runner at the cinema is always good though.

Oh right, I won't go then.

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