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I Come to Bury Blade Runner 2049, Not Praise It (link)

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Comment:Most of this review is about how Finn, the reviewer, gets stuck riding his hobby horse (notably, that Deckard was emphatically not a replicant) and how much he hates Blade Runner 2049 (2017) because "no one wanted I didn't want this film". Unfortunately, this means he says little constructive about the merits (or lack there of) of the film itself. While I understand Finn's issues with BR2049, I think a line from the third-to-last paragraph ironically sums up what is wrong with his review: "I think this movie attests that he [Villeneuve] was unable to separate himself from the material and as a result, he made bad creative choices."

I liked Blade Runner 2049 (2017) quite a bit despite a serious plot flaw. I'll comment about it at a later date.

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