R | | Drama, Mystery, Sci-Fi
A young blade runner's discovery of a long-buried secret leads him to track down former blade runner Rick Deckard, who's been missing for thirty years.
Sony Pictures Entertainment/Columbia Pictures were not involved with Blade Runner (1982); in fact in 1982 Columbia Pictures was owned by the Coca-Cola Co. Sony's participation in this movie is due to its purchase of Embassy Pictures, one of the companies that produced... ...
I hope you don't mind me taking the liberty. I was careful not to drag in... any dirt.
When Officer K says to Deckard, "Look, I don't want to hurt you..." he is extending his right arm towards Deckard. In the next shot when K says "... but you're not making it easy." his left arm is extended towards Deckard, with his right arm resting at his side.
Early in the closing credits amidst the distortion of the letters, Editor Joe Walker's first name initially for a very brief moment appears as "JOI".
The IMAX print viewed by Turkish film critics at the movie's press screening in two days advance of its Turkish theatrical release censors nudity by digital zooming. Since the movie had not yet been classified by Turkish censors at the time of the press screening, this intervention appears to have been carried out by Sony Pictures for the Turkish market, as well as for some non-Western markets in general.
English, Finnish, Japanese, Hungarian, Russian, Somali, Spanish
AUD 4,528,430 (Australia) (8 October 2017)
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