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Blade Runner 2049 (2017)

Followed by Ridley Scott's 1982 cult. — Written by chrissnow on 10.10.2017

Agent K (Ryan Gosling) is a replicant of the latest generation used to hunt the old rebel Nexus replicants. The discovery of a box buried under a tree near the farm of his last job will lead him to an investigation that will affect his future and the thoughts of his condition.
The film retains the atmospheres and doubts of the original with a host of great new characters; we find replicants that begin to have a conscience and are hard to distinguish from human beings.
To mention K's virtual companion, a gorgeous Joi (Ana de Armas seen in the recent Overdrive) that will fall in love with the male audience; the founder of Wallace Industries (the company that produces the latest generation replicants) Neander Wallace (Jared Leto) with the help of the right arm Luv (Sylvia Hoeks in "The Best Offer") is ambitious.
K will meet Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford) to try to clarify some of the details that emerged during his investigations.
The only defect in the film is its slowness, occasionally the rhythm slows down abruptly (maybe a little too) as if it should reflect on the condition of the replicants.
In the rest of the cast to be cited by Robin Wright as Lieutenant Joshi, K Head; Dave Bautista ("The Guardians of the Galaxy") is Sapper Morton, the Nexus replicant that starts the entire movie.

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