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Rutger Hauer - Ten Minute Film Class

The subtitles are hit-or-miss but the lesson is solid. For anyone out there looking to make an el cheapo flick with little knowledge of the essentials, start here:

Jeremy Vaeni

Movie #42 - Blade Runner

Title: Blade Runner
Release date: 1982
Director: Ridley Scott
Actors: Harrison Ford, Sean Young, Rutger Hauer, Edward James Olmos,

Plot: A blade runner (a police officer charged with killing replicants) must pursue and try to terminate four replicants who stole a ship in space and have returned to Earth to find their creator. 106 more words

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These 'Blade Runner' Quotes Were Built To Last

Originally released in 1982, Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner is a remarkable adaptation of Philip K. Dick’s seminal sci-fi classic Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? … 774 more words

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Svanesang for Showtime

Min leverandør av TV-greier, cAnal Digital, annonserte nylig at Showtime forsvinner fra 15. juli. Dette er leit. Showtime har vært en fin leverandør av horror og trashy action, fint for oss som liker å se artig søppel midt på natta. 1,651 more words

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Blade Runner - Throwback Thursday

Intro to… Blade Runner
Blade Runner is an icon among Sci-Fi movies, and movies in general. So when I found out that our local cinema showed a screening of Ridley Scott’s Final Cut of the 1982 blockbuster I could not resist revisiting this classic story. 366 more words

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100 films in 100 days - Dangerous Days: Making Blade Runner #100films

The 45th film in my 100 film challenge is Dangerous Days: Making Blade Runner. This three and a half hour long documentary explores the arduous and troubled production of Blade Runner, and shows how it went from disappointing box office takings, to a cult hit, before finally being considered one of the greatest films ever made. 232 more words

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All Hail Slade Craven! A Look At Turbulence 3: Heavy Metal

The first Turbulence was a 1997 box office flop that starred Lauren Holly as a flight attendant who must defeat Ray Liotta and land an airplane.  611 more words

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