Eric Bana is still chewing that spoonfull of ration today. Fantastic speech about why we do what do. The people around us matter.
25 years ago, Ridley Scott directed what is arguably the most powerful and memorable commercials the world has even seen. It’s still a remarkable spot. We salute this visionary director.
It’s a remarkable heroic movie that on balance, would be worthy of watching on a cold winter night.
Taking a closer look at this forgotten film, examining that familiar look of a “greenish tinge with hints of blue”. What I particularly appreciate is how under the guises of Ridley Scott these actors are not only supremely focused and alert, but look so convincing in battle costume.
Without sentimentality this movie has a cold heart but you’ll warm to it’s eye for delectable beauty. The characters are rich and intriguing, the plot has plenty of twists and turns.
“I’ve seen things you people wouldn’t believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I 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…”
According to CyberpunkReview today, Warner Home Video will issue a new remastered director’s cut of the classic SF movie Blade Runner in September now that it has cleared up rights issues, followed by a theatrical release of a version promised to be truly director Ridley Scott’s (Kingdom of Heaven recent movie) final cut, Variety reported. Warner’s rights to Blade Runner lapsed a year ago, but the studio has since negotiated a long-term license.