Blade Runner at 40

One of the best Harrison Ford films.

Tom Ward, writing for Esquire, does a deep dive into the movie as it celebrates 40 years.

Visually and sonically assured, intelligent and moody, there is much to be admired in Blade Runner. But why has its legacy endured to such a degree? Perhaps in its gloomy portrayal of environmental catastrophe, social divide and oppressive authority we…

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