rbt2 wrote:Don't like following a review of such a classic like Blade Runner...... I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I've watched C-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhauser Gate. All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain. Time to die.
Anyhoo, to lighten the mood, Wreck it Ralph.
We all loved it.
It just ain't no Blade Runner.
slick loose wrote:Maybe I'm just too young to appreciate it.
But seriously, that Blu-ray set sounds awesome!
FishyGinger wrote:I liked blade runner a lot but maybe more so than yourself as I watched it well over a decade ago. I heard that Ford really didn't want to be in the movie, hence why he looked disinterested most of the time. I thought it worked personally.
TheLastDodo wrote:A Good Day To Die Hard or Die Hard 5
I don't know what particularly constitutes a Die Hard film to a Die Hard fan, if It taking place in just one building over one day at Xmas is what constitutes as a Die Hard film then DH5 may disappoint but if you like Die Hard because Bruce Willis wise cracks while saving the world in one day by shooting loads of terrorists and blowing s**t up then you should enjoy DH5.
Personally I thought it was fun, some completely mental action scenes, far less CGI than DH4 had (that I noticed anyway) and the only time I noticed it well it was understandable. There were a couple of nods to the first film (I don't know if they were intentional but I'd like to think they were).
I have no idea who Jai Courtney is but his role in DH5 is clearly to be as big of a dick as possible to his dad until he eventually warms up to him, he succeeds at the former, the latter felt a little rushed but it was only 95 mins long and the film is set all in the same day so they couldn't really make it feel natural. The bad guys are alright, the henchman's leader Alik been the standout, mainly because he gets the most screen time to show some personality, as for the other villains..........they're no Rickman's but they're better than that useless **** in The Avengers .
I enjoyed it, defo more than 4 at the very least. Guessing by Willis age now I guess this will be the last Die Hard, without spoiling anything I will say there's no obvious indication that DH5 was about "passing the torch" to a new generation in Courtney. If Bruce is up for more then great I'll watch it but if this is the final Die Hard then it ends on a high note, not just for John McClane but the Die Hard series.
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