Articles about Blade Runner

Citizen Kane Failed to Recoup its Cost at Theaters
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A @NextMovie list of "11 classic movies that were box office bombs"
Added by on 9/27/13
A Bleak Outlook
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Video: A @moviesdotcom supercut of our dystopian future, according to the movies; made by @sleepyskunk
Source: www.movies.com
Added by on 9/13/13
8-Bit "Blade Runner"
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Category: Video
Tagged: Blade Runner
"Blade Runner" gets reimagined as an 8-bit video game
Added by on 8/15/13
10 Perfect Science Fiction Movies
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There was an interesting post the other day listing the 50 Must-See Science Fiction movies. I scored 48 of 50 on the list but there were quite a few that I didn't agree with as a must-see So I thought I'd put my own list together but I have so many favorites that I just got confused. So I decided to do a list of science fiction movies I think are just perfect.
Added by on 8/12/13
10 Ways Rich People Will Own the Future (According to the Movies)
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These films depict a specific vision for the rich. @moviefone has decided to look back at the ways Hollywood thinks rich people will own the future.
Added by on 8/10/13
Nice Rides
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Check out this map of iconic vehicles from film and TV; how many do you recognize without cheating?
Added by on 6/19/13
Super Duper Behind-the-Scenes Images
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An @io9 roundup of behind-the-scenes photos that "show iconic movies in a new light"
Source: io9.com
Added by on 6/11/13
Harrison Ford reminisces about 'Blade Runner' at AFI event
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Harrison Ford, Blade Runner
Harrison Ford talks 'Blade Runner' at AFI event: Memories from production, the 'Is Deckard a Replicant?' debate, and more
Added by on 4/25/13
22 Awesome, Bleak Sci-fi Futures
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Our future is screwed, people! Robots run rampant, the sun don't shine, and quaint town gatherings resemble S&M conventions. At least that's how our favorite dystopian movies see it...
Source: www.ew.com
Added by on 4/20/13
Departing From Dystopian Science Fiction
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: Blade Runner, The Terminator, Minority Report
Recently, someone encouraged me to write a few science fiction pieces with a positive outlook, maybe because there is a dominance of dystopian science fiction; a preponderance of horror and gloom within the genre. I get told that science fiction is often too gloomy in its outlook, needlessly creating bleak visions of the future as if to deter our civilization's progress. We only need to name a few examples among movies for this to seem true: Blade Runner (1982), The Terminator (1984), Minority Report (2002), and a world of others. The conclusion is that writers of science fiction have consistently tried to send out warnings about where our civilization is going and we have ended up with a barrage of dystopian science fiction.
Added by on 4/16/13
Harrison Ford reminisces about 'Blade Runner' at AFI event
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Harrison Ford, Blade Runner
Harrison Ford talks 'Blade Runner' at AFI event: Memories from production, the 'Is Deckard a Replicant?' debate, and more
Added by on 4/25/13
Citizen Kane Failed to Recoup its Cost at Theaters
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A @NextMovie list of "11 classic movies that were box office bombs"
Added by on 9/27/13
10 Perfect Science Fiction Movies
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There was an interesting post the other day listing the 50 Must-See Science Fiction movies. I scored 48 of 50 on the list but there were quite a few that I didn't agree with as a must-see So I thought I'd put my own list together but I have so many favorites that I just got confused. So I decided to do a list of science fiction movies I think are just perfect.
Added by on 8/12/13
10 Ways Rich People Will Own the Future (According to the Movies)
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These films depict a specific vision for the rich. @moviefone has decided to look back at the ways Hollywood thinks rich people will own the future.
Added by on 8/10/13
22 Awesome, Bleak Sci-fi Futures
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Our future is screwed, people! Robots run rampant, the sun don't shine, and quaint town gatherings resemble S&M conventions. At least that's how our favorite dystopian movies see it...
Source: www.ew.com
Added by on 4/20/13
Departing From Dystopian Science Fiction
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: Blade Runner, The Terminator, Minority Report
Recently, someone encouraged me to write a few science fiction pieces with a positive outlook, maybe because there is a dominance of dystopian science fiction; a preponderance of horror and gloom within the genre. I get told that science fiction is often too gloomy in its outlook, needlessly creating bleak visions of the future as if to deter our civilization's progress. We only need to name a few examples among movies for this to seem true: Blade Runner (1982), The Terminator (1984), Minority Report (2002), and a world of others. The conclusion is that writers of science fiction have consistently tried to send out warnings about where our civilization is going and we have ended up with a barrage of dystopian science fiction.
Added by on 4/16/13
Ennis House
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Featured in: Blade Runner
One of its most compelling settings in BladeRunner is this Frank Lloyd Wright architectural masterpiece from 1924. The Ennis House, also known as the Ennis-Brown House, serves as Deckard's home and — true to the future predicted in Blade Runner — the mansion began falling into disrepair after the 1994 Northridge earthquake.
2655 Glendower Avenue, Los Angeles, CA
Added by on 12/20/11
Deckard's Apartment
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Featured in: Blade Runner
This shot of Deckard arriving home is an altered image of the drive up to the very unusual Ennis Brown House in the Hollywood Hills. The all-concrete Mayan design home doubles for the blade runner's apartment, was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
2725 Glendower Avenue, Los Angeles, CA
Added by on 7/18/11
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Featured in: Blade Runner
The waterlogged home of toymaker Sebastian, where Deckard is menaced by androids and has the final showdown with Batty is the Bradbury Building
304 South Broadway, Los Angeles, CA
Added by on 7/10/11
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Featured in: Blade Runner
Los Angeles landmark with the cylindrical towers of the Bonaventure Hotel
404 South Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA
Added by on 7/10/11