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Film: Blade Runner

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Blade Runner is a genre-bending 1982 Science Fiction film starring Harrison Ford, Rutger Hauer, Sean Young, Edward James Olmos and Daryl Hannah, that borrows stylistic elements from Film Noir and Hardboiled Detective fiction. Set in a dystopian near-future City Noir version of Los Angeles, it established much of the tone and flavor of the Cyber Punk movement and the film style of Tech Noir. It is a highly intelligent film, visually stunning and features a seriously great script. The definitive high-def/Blu-ray Director's Cut came out in 2007.The film also inspired a 1985 Video Game, as well as a much-praised 1997 adventure game developed by Westwood Studios.Deckard is a Blade Runner. His job is to "retire" renegade Replicants — rogue androids that are not supposed to be on Earth. Some of the most advanced replicants yet have escaped, and Deckard is assigned to retire them. But they are so like normal humans that Deckard can't help but empathize with them, and he even falls for one.Blade Runner was loosely based on the Philip K Dick novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, with Dick's approval. The title itself comes from the novel The Bladerunner by Alan E. Noursenote though in a roundabout fashion; the writer Hampton Fancher, took it from the William S. Burroughs book Blade Runner: A Movie, an unfilmed script which was originally meant to be a treatment of Nourse's novel but became its own novella. Other than the title, the movie has nothing to do with The Bladerunner. It just sounded cool.Not to disappoint anyone, but no one runs on blades in this movie.A sequel has been in Development Hell for some time. Ridley Scott is intent on getting the movie made soon, however, with Harrison Ford in tow.
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Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?
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Artificial Human
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Blade Run
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City Noir
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Cyber Punk
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Development Hell
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Dystopia
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One Last Job
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Save the Villain
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Save the Villain: A reversal of this trope. Or not, depending on how you view Deckard and Batty.
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Precision F-Strike
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Precision F-Strike: "I want more life... fucker!" There are cuts, including the Final Cut, where Roy says "father" instead. It is extremely interesting to see how a single word can completely change the mood of the scene.
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Mandatory Unretirement
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Mandatory Unretirement: At the beginning of the movie, Deckard is no longer a Blade Runner, but is reluctantly recruited back. Or is he?
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Super Strength
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Super Strength: Nexus-6 Replicants are built to be far more durable and stronger than human beings, at the cost of a reduced lifespan. In the climax, Roy Batty lifts up Deckard's entire body weight using only one hand to save Deckard's life.
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Nominal Hero
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Nominal Hero: The replicants are escaped slaves. The Blade Runners are bounty hunters who get money for gunning them down. A Blade Runner protagonist makes for an uneasy moral setting at best.
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Big Bad
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Big Bad: Roy Batty.
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Übermensch
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Übermensch: Roy Batty was intentionally created to be one, with a genius-level intellect. Philip K. Dick himself said Rutger Hauer was "the perfect Batty - cold, Aryan, flawless." Batty naturally becomes the leader of the escaped replicants.
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Enhance Button
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Enhance Button: One of the most-often referenced examples. Possibly the Trope Maker, almost certainly the Trope Codifier. Though ironically there is no actual button, as the machine is voice activated. The trope is also subverted to a certain extent in that the image that Deckard analyses is actually a physical photograph, seemingly shot with an analog camera. It's still very fine-grained, if not too much so – and yet the picture becomes visibly grainy once he zooms in on Zhora's face. It should be noted, however, that an image shot on high-quality film with a high-end camera can still be blown up to an almost ridiculous extent compared to a digital photograph (given that the subject of the photograph is perfectly in focus).
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Animal Motifs
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Animal Motifs: Major characters are associated with a type of animal. Roy: Wolves. He howls as he hunts Deckard in the climax. Leon: Turtles. In his first scene, he's confused by what tortoises are. He's also as tough and stupid as you might expect a tortoise to be. Zhora: Snakes. She dances with a python, has a tattoo of a cobra, and wears body makeup that vaguely suggests scales. She also wears a translucent raincoat that hints at a snake shedding its skin. Pris: Raccoons. She sprays a black mask across her eyes in the third act. Tyrell: Owls. There's an owl in his office, and he wears thick glasses making him look like an owl. Rachael: Spiders. One of her implanted memories is of a spider building a nest and her children eating her. Sebastian: Mice. He's small and timid and lives in a metaphorical hole. Deckard: Chicken, but actually unicorn.
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Tragic Villain
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Tragic Villain: The Replicants.
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Too Dumb to Live
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Too Dumb to Live: Tyrell. When your angry, vengeful creation is confronting you and demanding you perform a medical procedure on him, the correct answer is not to explain why that procedure would be fatal, it's to perform it anyway. His idolization of Roy as his ultimate creation may have been stronger than his self-preservation. A deleted/unused scene had Batty discover that "Tyrell" was actually a replicant clone of the original Tyrell.
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Badass Longcoat
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Badass Longcoat: Deckard, Gaff, Leon and Roy Batty.
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Feather Boa Constrictor
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Feather Boa Constrictor: Zhora wears a replicant snake as a fashion accessory.
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Darkened Building Shootout
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Darkened Building Shootout: The final encounter between Deckard and Batty involves gunplay in a darkened building (the Bradbury Building in LA).
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Nothing Is Scarier
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Nothing Is Scarier: The final confrontation between Deckard and Roy.
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Famous Last Words
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Famous Last Words: Leon and Roy both say, "Time to die" as their last words. Each of their complete lines had elements of ad-libbing. Roy's final words are now iconic. And featuring some incredible ad-libbing by Rutger Hauer. Leon's "Wake up! Time to die!" was ad-libbed by Brion James.
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Sex for Services
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Sex for Services: Implied to occur between Pris and Sebastian to convince Sebastian to get Roy past Tyrell's security to see Tyrell. Roy later kills both Tyrell and a crying, guilt-ridden Sebastian once the bargain is complete.
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Mega-Corp
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Mega Corp.: The Tyrell Corporation, whose massive pyramidal headquarters dominates the skyline of Los Angeles (not unlike the Ministry of Truth in 1984).
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Audit Threat
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Audit Threat: Attempted by Deckard when trying to get information from strip club owner Taffey Lewis.
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Scenery Porn
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Scenery Porn: Throughout the film, especially during the extended aerial shots without dialog.
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Kick the Dog
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Kick the Dog: J.F. Sebastian is killed offscreen by Roy after outliving his usefulness.
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Culture Chop Suey
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Culture Chop Suey: The film can't decide if China or Japan Takes Over the World. The future has a mishmash of East Asian cultural stereotypes: Geishas in advertising, Chinese noodle stalls, Japanese and Chinese writing scattered about, broken Engrish, squadrons of bicycles ridden through squalid streets by people in big hats, etc.. Of course, both Japan and China having taken over the West Coast is entirely possible in the culturally-integrated world seen in the movie.
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Punch-Clock Hero
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Punch Clock Hero: Ultimately subverted. Deckard may seem to be motivated by self-interest in the beginning, but he shows signs of empathy and remorse as the story progresses.
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Turned Against Their Masters
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Turned Against Their Masters: The replicants, angry over their servitude and intentionally limited lifespan. A lifespan that was limited in order to curb the development of rebellious anger, even.
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Mercy Kill
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Mercy Kill: Deckard means to kill Pris anyway, but after shooting her the first time, she is sent into painful and violent spasms. The look on Deckard's face and his haste in firing at her again shows that he'd rather she just die quickly than in prolonged pain.
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Rule of Cool
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Rule of Cool: There's no meaning behind the term "blade runner," used to refer to bounty hunters. The filmmakers just thought it sounded cool. (It makes more sense in the original context of Alan E. Nourse's novel The Bladerunner, where they were renegade doctors smuggling surgical equipment.)
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Haunted House
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Haunted House: The Bradbury Building is an extremely uninviting place at the best of times. When Roy Batty is somewhere inside howling like a wolf is very very far from the best of times.
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Your Approval Fills Me with Shame
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Your Approval Fills Me with Shame: After Deckard kills Zhora, Bryant tells Gaff that he could learn a thing or two from Deckard and refers to him as a "God-damned one-man slaughterhouse" with a huge grin on his face. Deckard's expression at this point is one of utter disgust, though it's not quite clear if it's disgust at Bryant for his praise, disgust at Bryant for being Bryant (Deckard has shown contempt for the man in the theatrical cut), or disgust at himself because he knows Bryant is right.
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Reality Has No Subtitles
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Reality Has No Subtitles: When Roy Batty and Leon intrude into Chew's laboratory, Chew yells at them in Chinese several times, and speaks a phrase of Chinese to them later. None of this is translated.
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Cyber Punk
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Cyber Punk: Mostly an Unbuilt Trope, the film is essentially a Film Noir set in a future dystopia, which is very common in Cyber Punk stories. It has been a major influence on Cyber Punk and science-fiction settings in general for decades. Ironically, William Gibson was in the process of writing his seminal Cyber Punk novel Neuromancer when he saw the film and noted the strong similarity. He was afraid he'd be accused of ripping the film off.
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Multiple Endings
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Multiple Endings: Various versions of the film end in different ways.
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Climbing Climax
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Climbing Climax: Inverted. It is the protagonist that climbs onto the top of the building for the ultimate showdown, and the antagonist that follows him.
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Remaster
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Remaster: Sourced from a 4K restoration of the original negative, the Final Cut DVD and Blu-Ray formed a benchmark for how great movies of The '80s, or maybe even any decade, can look on home video.
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Artificial Human
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Artificial Human: The Tyrell Corporation's Human Replicants. Roy, Leon, Zhora, Pris, Rachael, and perhaps Deckard. Also Tyrell himself in a scrapped version of the script.
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Shameless Fanservice Girl
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Shameless Fanservice Girl: Zhora, possibly because she's also an Empathy-less Fanservice Android. Joanna Cassidy's costume consisted basically of a few sequins.
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Dropped a Bridge on Him
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Dropped a Bridge on Him: J.F. Sebastian is killed offscreen. Mentioned in passing.
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Anti-Hero
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Anti-Hero: Deckard isn't the most likable of guys, and his job of executing the Ambiguously Human replicants is ambiguously moral.
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Bilingual Dialogue
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Bilingual Dialogue: Deckard understands Gaff's dialect perfectly well, but he prefers English.
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Nicknaming the Enemy
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Nicknaming the Enemy: The term "skinjobs" is used to refer to Replicants.
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My God, What Have I Done?
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My God, What Have I Done?: Pretty much Deckard's natural reaction to every replicant he kills.
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Blown Across the Room
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Blown Across the Room: Holden in the scene at the beginning of the film in which he interrogates Leon.
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Pipe Pain
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Pipe Pain: Deckard does this to Batty at one point during their final confrontation.
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Earth That Used to Be Better
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Earth That Used to Be Better: Overcrowded, polluted and rainy.
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Forceful Kiss
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Forceful Kiss: Deckard to Rachael. To modern audience, it has overtones of Date Rape, but at the time apparently nobody complained.
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Shout-Out
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Shout-Out: When Deckard goes to visit Zhora, he puts on a nasal, almost Camp Gay accent as a disguise, similar to what Philip Marlowe does in both the book and movie versions of The Big Sleep.
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Product Placement
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Product Placement: Heavily present throughout the film. Interestingly, many of the companies with prominent logos would suffer disastrous losses in the next decade (see the Harsher in Hindsight entry in YMMV).
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Face Death with Dignity
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Face Death with Dignity: What Roy finally does in the end.
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Last Name Basis
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Last Name Basis: Deckard, Bryant, Gaff, Holden, Sebastian, and Tyrell.
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make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist Leavethe Camera Running
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Leave the Camera Running: Some shots go on for a very long time. Whilst there isn't much action, the film is dripping in atmosphere, and the pacing is very deliberate.
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Deadly Euphemism
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Deadly Euphemism: "Retire" for kill.
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Shown Their Work
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Shown Their Work: A serendipitous example: When Batty and Tyrell are arguing about how to prolong a Replicant's lifespan, Batty mentions something called "EMS". Tyrell says they already tried "Ethyl methanesulfonate" unsuccessfully. Ethyl methanesulfonate is an actual organic compound with mutagenic qualities, used in genetics.
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Irony
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Irony: Humans are leaving the Earth in droves, animal life is going extinct, but Replicants all are desperately trying to get to Earth, where they might have a chance at a longer life. On a meta level, it's somewhat ironic that the film known as the Genre Codifier for Cyber Punk barely features computers in it at all, though the plot is about androids.
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She-Fu
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She-Fu: Zhora and Pris.
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Fauxlosophic Narration
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Fauxlosophic Narration: The narration in the theatrical cut is kind of dreadful, and veers straight into this at the end of the film.
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Chess Motifs
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Chess Motifs: The game of correspondence chess played by Sebastian and Tyrell (which Batty wins with his genius intellect). Notably, it's based on the famous "Immortal Game" of 1851, which ties into the film's themes of mortality and a quest for life. This was actually unintended.
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And This Is for...
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And This Is for...: Followed by Roy Batty breaking Deckard's fingers.
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Do Androids Dream?
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Do Androids Dream?: Ironically more than in the book.
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Enhanced on DVD
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Enhanced on DVD: One of the few live-action productions to receive this treatment via the 2007 "Final Cut" edition. Which fixed the ending and several other effects shots and continuity errors.
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Body Motifs
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Body Motifs: Eyes are all over the place in this film. No doubt it has something to do with the eyes being the window to the soul: The film opens with a close shot of an eye viewing the wasteland of future Los Angeles. The Voight-Kampff machine reads the iris for contractions while the test is given to determine if someone is a replicant. It features a big screen showing an extreme closeup of the subject's eye while it does it. Tyrell has an artificial owl in his room, and there are several close-ups featuring its eyes glowing. The various replicant characters' eyes glow in the dark sometimes - much like the artificial owl. Chew makes eyes, and has a giant neon eyeball for his shop's sign. Leon toys with several of his manufactured frozen eyes to not-so-subtly intimidate him. Roy plays with what look like some glass paperweights with eyes in them in Sebastian's apartment. Leon at one point seems about to poke out Decker's eyes. Tyrell wears large glasses whose lenses distort his eyes considerably. Roy crushes them as he kills Tyrell by squeezing his head, starting with his eyes. Roy's final monologue is about all the things he's seen and tears.
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Digital Head Swap
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Digital Head Swap: The original version had a shot during Zhora's death where it was obvious that a stunt double was standing in for the actress. For the 2007 Final Cut, actress Joanna Cassidy's face was digitally superimposed over that of the stunt double.
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Title Drop
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Gaff's multilingual Cityspeak, which is a mishmash of various languages including Spanish, Japanese, German and Hungarian. Lófasz! Nehogy már! The first thing he says to Deckard translates to "Horse Dick! No way! You are the Blade... Blade Runner!" Becomes a Trilingual Bonus when you realize the name Philip is derived from the Latin for "lover of horses (philo = love, hippo = horse)". Thus, "Horse Dick" = a bizarre insult/term of endearment as well as a reference to Philip K. Dick. The author himself even inserted an Author Avatar named Horselover Fat into some of his works. The deleted scenes feature further bonuses as Gaff's refers to Bryant as 'baka' (or 'idiot' in Japanese).
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Tannhäuser Gate
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Tannhäuser Gate: Roy Batty's famous death speech. Trope Namer.
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Ridiculous Future Inflation
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Ridiculous Future Inflation: Deckard has to pay a fairly infuriating price for a 30-second vidphone call. In the Final Cut version, however, it's only $1.25.
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Chiaroscuro
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Chiaroscuro: The film's dark, but ambient feel set it apart from most science fiction films up to that point, and set a template for many to follow.
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Impaled Palm
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Impaled Palm: Batty uses a nail driven into his own hand to stave off death for a few minutes. It's extremely visible as he saves Deckard's life.
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Combat Parkour
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Combat Parkour: The android Pris ambushes Deckard and does a rapid series of somersaults to move in close to him in the fight.
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Da Chief
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Da Chief: An inversion. Deckard does not appear to like or respect the police chief very much.
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Manchild
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Man Child: While the Replicants are adults both physically and mentally, they're still very childlike in their emotions, be it Pris's very whimsical behavior or Roy basically having a temper tantrum when meeting Tyrell and killing his father.
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One Last Job
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One Last Job: Retiring the escaped group of replicants, for Deckard
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Failure Is the Only Option
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Failure Is the Only Option The replicants' quest for more life is doomed from the beginning.
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"It" Is Dehumanizing: Deckard performs the replicant-detector Voight-Kampf test on Rachel, who it confirms is one of them, which she doesn't know. After she leaves the room, Deckard turns to Tyrell, her boss and creator.
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Men Can't Keep House
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Men Can't Keep House: Deckard's apartment has stuff littering every surface. When Rachael visits, he has to clear stuff out of a chair so that he can sit down. She remains standing. Deckard offers Rachael a drink, and has to clean a glass from the sink because there are no clean glasses available.
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Take-That Kiss: Roy Batty kisses Tyrell on the mouth before gouging his eyes and crushing his skull.
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Letting Her Hair Down
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Letting Her Hair Down: Rachael◊ lets down her Power Hair that she wears for most of the film◊ in Deckard's apartment, showing that she's a Defrosting Ice Queen.
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Grey and Gray Morality
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Grey and Gray Morality: The story is rife with this. Deckard is kind of a stoic dick, while the replicants are violent but also much more emotional. Roy Batty lampshades Deckard's proclivity for shooting unarmed people in the back.
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make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist Sexo Phone
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Sexophone: The love theme played during Deckard and Rachael's scene together in his apartment, featuring Dick Morissey on sax.
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TrashcanBonfire
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Trashcan Bonfire: Sometimes visible in the mean streets where Deckard works.
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Limited Special Collector's Ultimate Edition
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Limited Special Collector's Ultimate Edition: Blade Runner has been re-released many times. There's a Director's Cut, a Special Edition, a "Five-Disc Ultimate Collector's Edition" (that comes in the same kind of metal briefcase as the Voight-Kampff machines), and a 3-Disc 30th Anniversary Edition.note The Ultimate Collector's Edition has the most discs because the DVD divided the bonus features among three DVDs, and the Blu-Ray spread the extra content over two DVDs and one Blu-Ray Disc. The 30th Anniversary Edition puts the extras on one Blu-Ray Disc. The 5 versions included in the two newest releases include: The 1982 workprint, US Theatrical Cut, International theatrical cut, the 1992 directors cut and the 2007 directors cut. According to The Other Wiki there are two other versions that exist but aren't included in the current set.
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Cyber Punk Is Techno
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Cyberpunk Is Techno: Vangelis' soundtrack makes heavy use of synthesizers and other electronic elements. The most notable exception is the "love theme" between Deckard and Rachael, which is played on the saxophone and has a much heavier Film Noir feel.
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Flying Car
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Flying Car: The police force's spinners.
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Ambiguously Human
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Ambiguously Human: The Replicants. And Deckard himself as well.
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Japan Takes Over the World
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Japan Takes Over the World: Remembered as one of the classic examples, even though the "Asian" culture in the movie wasn't strictly just Japanese. The building-size geisha advertisement, however, is a classic example of the trope and was more or less the image of how people in The '80s expected things to go down.
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Fantastic Racism
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Fantastic Racism: The sexually-charged racial-slur "skin-job" says a lot about how a person who uses it thinks of replicants, as lampshaded in the narration of the theatrical version: "'Skin job.' That's what he calls them. Historically he's the kind of cop who calls black men niggers."
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Flipping Helpless
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Flipping Helpless: In the Voight-Kampff test that Holden gives to Leon, one of the questions involves a flipped tortoise.
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Bilingual Bonus
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Bilingual Bonus: Gaff's multilingual Cityspeak, which is a mishmash of various languages including Spanish, Japanese, German and Hungarian. Lófasz! Nehogy már! The first thing he says to Deckard translates to "Horse Dick! No way! You are the Blade... Blade Runner!" Becomes a Trilingual Bonus when you realize the name Philip is derived from the Latin for "lover of horses (philo = love, hippo = horse)". Thus, "Horse Dick" = a bizarre insult/term of endearment as well as a reference to Philip K. Dick. The author himself even inserted an Author Avatar named Horselover Fat into some of his works. The deleted scenes feature further bonuses as Gaff's refers to Bryant as 'baka' (or 'idiot' in Japanese). The scrambled Chinese graffiti at the Eye Now eyeball shop very cryptically says how American people suck and Chinese nationals should stick together.
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Murderous Thighs
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Murderous Thighs: Pris tries to use them on Deckard, but he ultimately survives and kills her.
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Bowties Are Cool
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Bowties Are Cool: Gaff wears one.
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Impostor Exposing Test
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Impostor Exposing Test: The Voight-Kampff test, which is used to distinguish Replicants from humans.
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I Will Show You X
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I Will Show You X: Before Leon shoots Holden, the interrogator who asks him about his mother.
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Pretty in Mink
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Pretty in Mink: Rachael wears a few, indicative of her pampered status.
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Five Stages of Grief
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Five Stages of Grief: Roy appears to go through them all. Denial: Escaping in the hopes of getting more life. Anger: "Fiery the angels fell; deep thunder rolled around their shores; burning with the fires of Orc!" Bargaining: His attempt to extract a longer life span from his own creator. Depression: When he realises it's already too late for his comrades and howls with grief over Pris's body. Acceptance: His famous dying speech expresses only regret that the things he knows will be lost forever. Rachael goes through a similar process, only we also get to see her early Denial stage, which we can assume happened to Roy and the others off-screen before the start of the story.
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Advert-Overloaded Future
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Advert Overloaded Future: One of the film's most iconic images is the cityscape clogged with animated billboards and blimp advertisements.
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We Are as Mayflies
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We Are as Mayflies: Inverted with the Replicants, who only live four years before they shut off.
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Stock Footage
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Stock Footage: Not quite "stock", but reused. At one point, a computer displays a clip from Alien, and more noticeably, the original theatrical ending was actually one of the alternate opening credits sequences for The Shining. The shot of Roy's face when he first appears in the phonebooth is taken from later on in the film, when Roy sits on Tyrell's bed next to Tyrell. In every version but the Final Cut you can still see Tyrell's thumb on Roy's shoulder in the earlier scene. The shot of Roy's hand as it seizes up is also recycled. Averted in one case. Many people think that the Unicorn scene is actually taken from Legend, because that was Ridley Scott's next film, it featured Unicorns as a key part of its plot and the Unicorn scene wasn't seen by general audiences until the Director's Cut in 1992. However the Unicorn actually isn't recycled footage. It was shot for Blade Runner and was in fact one of, if not the, last things to be shot for the film.
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Final Speech
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Final Speech: Delivered famously by Roy.
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The Promised Land
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The Promised Land: The Earth (or at least Los Angeles) has become a sprawling, overpopulated megalopolis suffering from pollution, urban decay, and corporate hegemony. As the zeppelins floating in the sky announce:
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Noodle Incident
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Noodle Incident: Deckard's reason for originally leaving the police is never said.
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Crapsack World
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Crapsack World: One of the most influential dystopias in cinema.
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Redemption Equals Death
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Redemption Equals Death: Roy Batty rescues and spares Deckard's life just before his death. Deckard himself: if he is a replicant, he will die very soon, "paying" for the replicants he killed in the name of the state.
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Smart People Play Chess
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Smart People Play Chess: Tyrell and Sebastian regularly play chess. The replicant Roy Batty tricks his way into Tyrell's presence by demonstrating his chess skills.
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SmugSnake
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Smug Snake: Gaff. So very much. Possibly Holden, too.
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Fantastic Noir
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Fantastic Noir: The film is basically a Film Noir in a science fiction setting.
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Hand Cannon
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Hand Cannon: Deckard's handgun seems to fire explosive shells. It certainly makes pretty big holes in walls during his fight with Roy in the hotel. Its components include a bolt-action .222 rifle and a Charter Arms Bulldog revolver. So it's basically a single shot rifle in the shape of a pistol.
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Dumb Muscle
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Dumb Muscle: Leon is built for manual labor. During the briefing sequence, he's even given stats: Physical A, Mental C, making him the dumbest of the replicants. He displays Super Strength on a few occasions. The script also called for him to do a Ceiling Cling, but it was left out.
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Door Closes Ending
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Door Closes Ending: It ends like this, immediately after the main character has found out he may be a replicant too.
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Villain's Dying Grace
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Villain's Dying Grace: Roy has Deckard in a literal cliffhanger but is dying himself. At the last moment, Roy saves Deckard's life, and is rewarded with an Obi-Wan Moment.
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Crippling the Competition
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Crippling the Competition: Roy Batty breaks two of Deckard's fingers to hamper his ability to use his gun and as revenge for killing Zhora and Pris. Interestingly, he does not break his trigger finger. Deckard still has to start using his other hand instead.
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Dramatic Thunder
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Dramatic Thunder: During Roy Batty's death speech, echoing his earlier line about thunder: "Fiery the angels fell; deep thunder rolled around their shores, burning with the fires of Orc." (This is a deliberate misquote of William Blake's poem America: A Prophecy: "Fiery the angels rose, and as they rose deep thunder roll'd / Around their shores, indignant burning with the fires of Orc.")
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Video Phone
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Video Phone: Deckard makes two calls on a vidphone, one in his car and a public one in Taffey Lewis' bar.
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Private Eye Monologue
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Private Eye Monologue: The infamous narration was an attempt at this, although it was removed in the Director's Cut.
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Gorn
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Gorn: Tyrell's death, in the International and Final cuts.
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TanksForTheMemories
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Tanks For The Memories: Rachael is given a copy of the memories of Tyrell's niece.
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make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist Boom HEADSHOT
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Boom, Headshot: How Leon meets his fate.
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Four Eyes, Zero Soul
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Four Eyes, Zero Soul: Tyrell wears thick glasses and is responsible for exploiting the life he creates with forced servitude and short lifespans.
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Adaptation-Induced Plot Hole
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Adaptation-Induced Plot Hole: The book spends some time laying the foundation for a seemingly-human police officer actually being a secret android in 21st-century California. Though Ridley Scott insists he intended his Deckard to be a replicant, all references explaining how and why an illegal artificial human would be on the LAPD payroll were removed for the film.
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Anti-Villain
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Anti-Villain: Roy Batty. He's a violent murderer, but he's also an escaped slave who just wants to live his life in peace. In the original ending, Deckard speculates that Roy spared his life for no other reason than Roy's love for life. Though the canonicity of the voice-over is heavily debatable as it's been removed in subsequent versions of the film, most notably the Directors Cut. Another suggestion is that Batty's real motivation for the rescue is the desire for his life to be remembered.
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The Alcoholic
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The Alcoholic: It's much faster to count the scenes in which Deckard isn't drinking. And if you can still drink with a split lip, then you are an überholic. This goes right toward Deckard as a Film Noir detective. Notice also that Bryant never drinks: he pours two glasses while discussing the skin-jobs loose on the street, but never touches his glass, just watches while Deckard drinks his. Later, he tells him "Drink some for me, huh?". The implication is that he is an alcoholic in recovery and derives vicarious pleasure from watching others drink, but won't drink himself.
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make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist Pop Cultural Osmosis
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Pop-Cultural Osmosis: Blade Runner was highly influential on Cyber Punk and Post Cyber Punk fiction. It is such a poster child for popcultural osmosis that the imagery in the film is sometimes familiar to people who've never even seen it. William Gibson noted his delight in the fact a science fiction film was influencing the look of the very future it predicted.
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Meaningful Name
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Meaningful Name: Deckard sounds like Descartes, famous for "I think therefore I am." The theme of the film is whether machines can be sentient beings. Roy Batty: He seems to be teetering on the edge of madness most of the time. Rachael means "ewe" in Hebrew (that's right, a female sheep). It also means "pure": Rachael is much more innocent than Deckard (being the cynical, heavy-drinking ex-cop that he is), she doesn't drink like him, she seems to have no experience with men and she's even unaware she's a replicant. If neither of these meanings were intentional, they still work with her character quite well.
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Gainax Ending
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Gainax Ending: In the Director's Cut. Although there's a general (and movie-changing) implication, the details are unclear, at best. What was up with that unicorn?
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Chekhov's Gun
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Chekhov's Gun: The little figurines Gaff creates and leaves lying around result in a realization at the end of the film.
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Hooker with a Heart of Gold
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Hooker with a Heart of Gold: Pris, who is a "basic pleasure model" and uses her skills to win over JF. However, it's a ruse to gain access to Tyrell.
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Fantastic Aesop
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Fantastic Aesop: The movie seems to be trying to use the replicants to make a point about human understanding and identity which relies heavily on the replicants having a short 'hard-coded' lifespan.
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As Long as It Sounds Foreign
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As Long as It Sounds Foreign: Edward James Olmos' character Gaff speaks in a mixture of Spanish, French, Chinese, German, Hungarian, and Japanese. Olmos created a small dictionary of words for the so-called "City Speak".
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Evil Roy
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Evil Roy: Roy Batty, the film's villain ... well, Anti-Villain.
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Ridiculously Human Robots
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Ridiculously Human Robots: The Replicants are almost perfect in resemblance to regular humans, to the point where only a psychological test can detect them. Rachael takes this trope even further: she's a Replicant who thinks she is human. When Deckard tests the machine on Rachael, it takes over one hundred questions for him to determine she is a Replicant (it takes only twenty or thirty, normally). And that's not even getting into the idea that Deckard may be a Replicant.
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Kiss of Death
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Kiss of Death: A symbolic example when Roy Batty kisses Eldon Tyrell just before killing him.
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Eye Open
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Eye Open: The opening centers on the Blade Runner Dave Holden's eye viewing the neon skyline of 2019 Los Angeles.
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Power Hair
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Power Hair: Rachael◊, at least until she◊ lets down her hair...
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Self-Made Orphan
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Self-Made Orphan: Roy kills his creator after he's not granted an extended life span. Some versions had the word "fucker" replaced by "father" in the the phrase "I want more life, fucker".
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Snakes Are Sexy
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Snakes Are Sexy: "Ladies and gentlemen... Taffey Lewis presents... Miss Salome and the snake. Watch her take the pleasures from the serpent... that once corrupted man."
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Artistic License – Geography
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Artistic License – Geography: The film's climax ostensibly takes place in and atop the Bradbury Building, but during the sequence where Deckard climbs up to the roof, he is obviously climbing up the side of one of the Rosslyn Hotel buildings several blocks away, as evidenced by the blue orbs on the roofline, as well as the increased height of the building itself (the Bradbury having only five floors in real life). Possibly justified in that most of the old buildings in Future L.A. seem to have been given major vertical extensions, and the fact that it is a very cool-looking roof line.
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Zeppelins from Another World
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Zeppelins from Another World: Despite being set in 2019, the Los Angeles of the future appears to be infested with zeppelins, most of which wind their way through the labyrinthine skyscrapers advertising travel to the Off-World Colonies and various Chinese/Japanese products.
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Spiritual Successor
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Spiritual Successor: To the 1920s silent film Metropolis, in the minds of most critics.
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What Happened to the Mouse?
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What Happened to the Mouse?: After Roy interrogates Hannibal Chew (James Hong's character) we never see Hannibal again. He is shown to have survived his encounter with Roy and Leon in the 1997 video game of the same name.
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Alas, Poor Villain
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Alas, Poor Villain: Roy Batty at the end. One of the most memorable in movie history. Zhora's is this as well, being particularly drawn-out and brutal.
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Used Future
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Used Future: The future is noir, and very grimy and polluted as well, with trash blowing in the streets.
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City Noir
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City Noir: A crowning example.
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Lack of Empathy
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Lack of Empathy: The distinguishing feature of Replicants. The Voight-Kampf test involves asking the subject pointed questions and gauging their emotional response. Ultimately, however, it's revealed that Replicants really do learn to empathize. Tyrell suggests that the reason for their limited lifespan is because if they lived too long they'd be indistinguishable from human beings. This is one of the biggest diversions from the original book, in which Replicants have no empathy whatsoever and are compared to humanity's own growing lack of empathy.
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555
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555: Blade Runner uses 7-digit phone numbers for their video phones - as shown when Deckard calls Rachel.
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Defective Detective
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Defective Detective: Deckard. Not only is he plagued with self-loathing and doubt, he becomes increasingly unsure that his role as Blade Runner is ethical, and eventually becomes a fugitive with Rachael.
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Apologetic Attacker
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Apologetic Attacker: In the Final Cut, Roy whispers to J.F. "I'm sorry, J.F." before killing him. He's also weeping after killing Tyrell.
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Window Pain
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Window Pain: Zhora's retirement; she's repeatedly shot by Deckard and crashes through several store windows while trying to flee from him.
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Zettai Ryouiki
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Zettai Ryouiki: Pris.
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Battle in the Rain
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Battle in the Rain / Redemption in the Rain: Between Roy Batty and Rick Deckard near the film's end.
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Designated Hero
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Designated Hero: invoked Invoked by Roy, questioning Rick's heroics during their cat-and-mouse game.
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Barrier-Busting Blow
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Barrier-Busting Blow: Batty punches through a rotting wall during their final encounter.
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Industrial Ghetto
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Industrial Ghetto: The city as a whole.
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Non-Indicative Name
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Non-Indicative Name: There is nary a blade to be found in this movie. The term "blade runner" comes from The Blade Runner, a completely unrelated dystopian novel in which the term refers to someone who sells black-market medical supplies, including scalpels or 'blades'. Ridley Scott bought the rights to the novel so that he could use the term in his film for no other reason than that it sounds cool.
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Glamour Failure
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Glamour Failure: Can be forced by using the Voight-Kampff test to detect them, which monitors answers and subtle physical response to emotional questions. Otherwise replicants are identical to humans. On occasion their pupils can be seen to reflect light slightly, but according to Word of God, this is for the audience, and characters can't see it).
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Eye Scream
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Eye Scream: Tyrell's death. Leon also appears to be about to shove his fingers into Deckard's eyes at one point.
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What Measure Is a Non-Human?
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What Measure Is a Non-Human?: A major theme in the film, in contrast to Dick's original book.
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Cyberpunk with a Chance of Rain
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Cyberpunk with a Chance of Rain: Blade Runner is probably responsible for associating Cyber Punk settings with constantly rainy weather in popular imagination.
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"Not If They Enjoyed It" Rationalization: Comes up in discussions about the questionable nature of Deckard and Rachael's "love scene." Some argue that it is supposed to be for her own good because she needed to learn how to feel.
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Younger Than They Look
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Younger Than They Look: Sebastian has an aging disease, making him look over fifty when he's in fact in his twenties. Replicants never live past four, by design.
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Not So Different
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Not So Different: "Kinship!" Sebastian and the replicants aren't so different, since he has a rare disease that gives him a limited lifespan. Pris also invokes this: "We're not computers, Sebastian. We're physical." Deckard and Roy have earned a certain amount of respect for one another at the end of the film: Roy saves Deckard's life instead of letting him fall to his death, and Deckard listens as Roy recounts some experiences from his short life and feels pity when he dies.
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Talking the Monster to Death
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Talking The Monster Down: Attempted by Tyrell. He fails.
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Focus Group Ending
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Focus Group Ending: The original theatrical release featured Deckard and Rachael driving a car to happiness and freedom through lush green hills. This ending is a jarring non sequitur: implausible and theme-negating in a dystopian future-noir film. It's the direct product of a test audience screening. Oddly, the sequence is unused footage from the start of The Shining.
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Slap-Slap-Kiss
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Slap-Slap-Kiss: Rachael and Deckard don't actually hit each other, but Deckard is very rough and dominating with her before they fall into each others' arms.
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Orwellian Retcon
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Orwellian Retcon: Originally, Scott, Ford, and the writers agreed that Deckard was human. When Scott made the Director's Cut in 1992, he had changed his mind, and he inserted a two-second-long clip of a unicorn to change Deckard's nature in the movie.
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Signature Item Clue
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Signature Item Clue: Officer Gaff likes to create little origami figurines and leave them behind. At the end of the movie, Deckard finds a unicorn left by Gaff outside his apartment (in which Rachel was hiding). This showed that Gaff had been there and didn't capture or kill Rachel or notify the other police of her presence the way he should have. This, combined with Deckard's dream of a unicorn inserted into the extended cut, is intended to indicate that Gaff knows Deckard is a replicant with implanted memories. For more interpretations of the origami unicorn, see the WMG page.
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Earn Your Happy Ending
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Earn Your Happy Ending : In the theatrical cut, Deckard's voiceover informs that the four-year expiration date did not apply to Rachael, and the final shot is just the opposite of the dark and oppressive mood of the whole movie; a bucolic and sunny place crossed by a road that implies they reach a Happily Ever After.
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What the Hell, Hero?
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What the Hell, Hero? In a Grey and Gray Morality of the film, Leon beating the ever loving crap out of Deckard right after Deckard kills Zhora.
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make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist Surprise Checkmate
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Surprise Checkmate: J.F. Sebastian calls Dr. Eldon Tyrell a genius and says he's only beaten him once, but Tyrell is totally surprised by Roy Batty's checkmate move.
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make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist I Want My Jet Pack
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I Want My Jetpack: Flying cars and lifelike robot slaves in 2019. The giant animated billboards, however, have become a reality, as has the Video Phone.
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The Last Dance
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The Last Dance: Roy's stalking of Rick becomes one. "Four, five! How to stay alive!"... "Unless you're alive, you can't play, and if you can't play..." "I can see you!" "THAT'S THE SPIRIT!"
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Disturbed Doves
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Disturbed Doves: On the roof of the Bradbury Building, where the final confrontation between Deckard and Roy takes place.
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Arc Words
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Arc Words: "Time to die." Leon's version, "Wake up! Time to die!" sums up the Replicant condition in five words.
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The Future Is Noir
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The Future Is Noir: Blade Runner practically invented a genre by mixing Film Noir aesthetics and Cyber Punk themes.
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Insistent Terminology
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Insistent Terminology: From the opening text crawl: "It Was Not Called Execution. It Was Called Retirement."
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Zeerust
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Zeerust: Can be partially overlooked as Used Future, but every Flying Car looks an awful lot like cars from The '80s with jet-like parts added. People use car phones rather than cellphones. The rather boxy and overly clicky photo analyzer is similarly dated — but on the other hand, the absolutely insane resolution of the photo itself is still something that modern photographers would kill for.
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Bittersweet Ending
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Bittersweet Ending: The director's and final cut end with Deckard realizing that the four years expiration date does apply to Rachael, and he - possibly being a replicant himself - may end with the same fate as well. However, the film closes on a note of acceptance, as the quote on the bottom of this page suggests.
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Robosexual: Kind of, sort of, maybe. Especially depends on if you take Ridley Scott at his word. Is it robosexual if two ridulously humanlike "robots" do it?
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Gaia's Lament
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Gaia's Lament: Earth is an ecological disaster, with an irradiated atmosphere, and very little natural life left.
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Job Title
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Job Title: A reversal; Ridley Scott co-opted the term 'Blade Runner' from another source for its coolness and got the copyright to use it as the movie's title — the guy was just called a bounty hunter in the novel.
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Ugly Hero, Good-Looking Villain
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Ugly Hero, Good-Looking Villain: The final showdown. Compare the grimy, grizzled, blood-smeared form of Deckard to the nearly naked, nearly flawless body of Roy Batty.
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Dull Surprise
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Dull Surprise: The narration in the theatrical cut seems to be trying for "Private Eye Monologue" and falling into "Bored Out of My Mind" instead. There was a long-standing urban legend that Harrison Ford disliked the idea of the narration and tried to sabotage it by deliberately botching his line delivery, but the narration got used anyway. Ford denies that he did it deliberately, saying he did his best with what he was given.
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 Anime: Plastic Memories
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 Comic Book: Fall Out Toy Works
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 Comic Book: Ghostopolis
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 Comic Book: Poet Anderson: The Dream Walker
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 Comicbook: The Superior Foes of Spider-Man
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 Fanfic: Contraptionology
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 Bladerunner
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Film: Blade Runner
 Film: Fight for Your Life
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 Film: The Big Red One
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 Film: The Element of Crime
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 AFI's 100 Years...100 Movies (10th Anniversary Edition)
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A Man Is Not a Virgin / int_aac07c0b
 Film: Blade Runner
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Absurdly Cool City / int_aac07c0b
 Film: Blade Runner
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Accidentally Correct Writing / int_c18bfdae
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Action Film, Quiet Drama Scene / int_c18bfdae
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Actor IS the Title Character / int_c18bfdae
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Actor-Inspired Element / int_c18bfdae
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Adaptation Amalgamation / int_c18bfdae
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Adaptation Inspiration / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Advert-Overloaded Future / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Alas, Poor Villain / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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All Asians Wear Conical Straw Hats / int_c18bfdae
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Alternative Turing Test / int_c18bfdae
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Ambiguous Ending / int_c18bfdae
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Ambiguous Robots / int_c18bfdae
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Ambiguous Situation / int_c18bfdae
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Ambiguously Human / int_c18bfdae
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And This Is for... / int_c18bfdae
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Animal Assassin / int_c18bfdae
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Animal Motifs / int_c18bfdae
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Artificial Human / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Artistic License – Geography / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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As Long as It Sounds Foreign / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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As You Know / int_c18bfdae
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Audit Threat / int_c18bfdae
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Badass Longcoat / int_c18bfdae
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Barrier-Busting Blow / int_c18bfdae
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Battle in the Rain / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Beautiful All Along / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Beautiful Dreamer / int_c18bfdae
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Beeping Computers / int_c18bfdae
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Black Market Produce / int_c18bfdae
 Blade Run
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 Blade Runner
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Blood from the Mouth / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Body Motifs / int_c18bfdae
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Bolivian Army Ending / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Bounty Hunter / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Bowties Are Cool / int_aac07c0b
 Film: Blade Runner
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Capcom Sequel Stagnation / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Channel Hop / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Chess Motifs / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Chiaroscuro / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Classy Cane / int_c18bfdae
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Climbing Climax / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Clone Degeneration / int_c18bfdae
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Clones Are People, Too / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Combat Parkour / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Completely Different Title / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Contrasting Sequel Antagonist / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Controllable Helplessness / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Conveniently Timed Attack from Behind / int_c18bfdae
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Cool Guns / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Creepy Blue Eyes / int_c18bfdae
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Crippling the Competition / int_c18bfdae
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Cryptic Background Reference / int_c18bfdae
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Cue the Sun / int_c18bfdae
 Cult Actor
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Cult Classic / int_aac07c0b
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Cyber Punk / int_c18bfdae
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Cyber Punk Is Techno / int_c18bfdae
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Cyberpunk with a Chance of Rain / int_c18bfdae
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Darkened Building Shootout / int_c18bfdae
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Deadly Euphemism / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Defied Trope / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Defrosting Ice Queen / int_c18bfdae
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Derailed for Details / int_c18bfdae
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Designer Babies / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Destination Defenestration / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Digital Head Swap / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Disturbed Doves / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Do Androids Dream? / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Do You Trust Me? / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Dramatic Thunder / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Earth That Used to Be Better / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Empathic Environment / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Enhance Button / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Enhanced on DVD / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Epic Movie / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Even Better Sequel / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Everyone Is Jesus in Purgatory / int_c18bfdae
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Evil Roy / int_aac07c0b
 Film: Blade Runner
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Excessive Evil Eyeshadow / int_c18bfdae
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Expanded Universe / int_c18bfdae
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Extremely Short Timespan / int_c18bfdae
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Eye Open / int_aac07c0b
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Eyes Never Lie / int_c18bfdae
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Face Death with Dignity / int_c18bfdae
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Facial Dialogue / int_c18bfdae
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Fake Memories / int_c18bfdae
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Fake Shemp / int_c18bfdae
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Fan-Disliked Explanation / int_c18bfdae
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Fantastic Noir / int_c18bfdae
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Fantastic Slurs / int_c18bfdae
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Faux Symbolism / int_c18bfdae
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Fauxlosophic Narration / int_aac07c0b
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Feather Boa Constrictor / int_c18bfdae
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Filk Song / int_c18bfdae
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Films Noirs Index / int_c18bfdae
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Fingore / int_c18bfdae
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Five Stages of Grief / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Flip-Flop of God / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Flipping Helpless / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Flying Car / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Focus Group Ending / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Forced Perspective / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Frank's 2000-Inch TV / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Fun T-Shirt / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Future Music / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Future Slang / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Futuristic Pyramid / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Gaia's Lament / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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George Lucas Altered Version / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Giant Spinning Duct Fan / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Glowing Mechanical Eyes / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Go Out with a Smile / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Gold and White Are Divine / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Good Old Robot / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Gray Rain of Depression / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Hand Cannon / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Hand Signals / int_c18bfdae
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Hanging by the Fingers / int_c18bfdae
 Harry Dean Stanton
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 Film: Blade Runner
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This entry is trivia, which is cool and all, but not a trope. On a work, it goes on the Trivia tab. Hey, It's That Guy! / int_aac07c0b
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Homage / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Hunter of His Own Kind / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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I Will Fight No More Forever / int_aac07c0b
 Film: Blade Runner
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Impaled Palm / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Impostor Exposing Test / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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In the Back / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Industrial Ghetto / int_aac07c0b
 Film: Blade Runner
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Inhumanable Alien Rights / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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 Film: Blade Runner
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Japan Takes Over the World / int_c18bfdae
 Japanese Political System
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 Film: Blade Runner
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Job Title / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Just Before the End / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Kiss of Death / int_aac07c0b
 Film: Blade Runner
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Lack of Empathy / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Lens Flare / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Letting Her Hair Down / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Lie Detector / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Little People Are Surreal / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Living Toys / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Lonely at the Top / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Lull Destruction / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Making a Spectacle of Yourself / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Mandatory Unretirement / int_aac07c0b
 Film: Blade Runner
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Mayfly–December Romance / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Meat Sack Robot / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Mega-Corp / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Memetic Loser / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Men Can't Keep House / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Mobstacle Course / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Murderous Thighs / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Nicknaming the Enemy / int_aac07c0b
 Film: Blade Runner
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Nobody Here but Us Statues / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Noun Verber / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Obi-Wan Moment / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Ominously Open Door / int_c18bfdae
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One Last Job / int_c18bfdae
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One-Woman Wail / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Only Electric Sheep Are Cheap / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Opening Scroll / int_c18bfdae
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Orange/Blue Contrast / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Organic Technology / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Our Weapons Will Be Boxy in the Future / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Owl Be Damned / int_aac07c0b
 Film: Blade Runner
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Padding / int_c18bfdae
 Parodies of Fire
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Partly Cloudy with a Chance of Death / int_aac07c0b
 Film: Blade Runner
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Perverted Sniffing / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Pipe Pain / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Playing Doctor / int_aac07c0b
 Film: Blade Runner
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Polluted Wasteland / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Population Control / int_c18bfdae
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Practical Effects / int_c18bfdae
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Prepare to Die / int_c18bfdae
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Private Eye Monologue / int_c18bfdae
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Reality Has No Subtitles / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Refitted for Sequel / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Retro Universe / int_c18bfdae
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Revised Ending / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Revolvers Are Just Better / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Riddle for the Ages / int_c18bfdae
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Robosexual / int_c18bfdae
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Robot Girl / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Robot Master / int_c18bfdae
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Roofhopping / int_c18bfdae
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Sand in My Eyes / int_c18bfdae
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Save the Villain / int_c18bfdae
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Schiff One-Liner / int_c18bfdae
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Schrödinger's Gun / int_c18bfdae
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Secondary Fire / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Sequel Gap / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Sex for Services / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Sexbot / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Sexophone / int_c18bfdae
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She-Fu / int_c18bfdae
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Shooting Gallery / int_c18bfdae
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Sighted Guns Are Low-Tech / int_c18bfdae
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Signature Item Clue / int_c18bfdae
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Signature Line / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Skyscraper City / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Sleek High Rise Apartment / int_c18bfdae
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Sliding Scale of Anti-Heroes / int_aac07c0b
 Sliding Scale of Film Obscurity
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Sliding Scale of Shiny Versus Gritty / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Smart People Play Chess / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Smoking Is Cool / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Snakes Are Sexy / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Soft Glass / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Space Brasília / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Star Scraper / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Start My Own / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Stating the Simple Solution / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Stock Footage / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Stunt Double / int_aac07c0b
 Film: Blade Runner
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Super-Powered Robot Meter Maids / int_c18bfdae
 Tannhäuser Gate
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Technology Porn / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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The Alcoholic / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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The Foreign Subtitle / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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The Future Is Noir / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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The Heavy / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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The Last Dance / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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The New '10s / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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The Paragon Always Rebels / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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The Promised Land / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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The Red Stapler / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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The Tower / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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The Walrus Was Paul / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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There Are Two Kinds of People in the World / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Tomato in the Mirror / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Too Cool to Live / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Transferable Memory / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Trash of the Titans / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Trope Codifier / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Truly Single Parent / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Turing Test / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Turned Against Their Masters / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Ugly Hero, Good-Looking Villain / int_aac07c0b
 Film: Blade Runner
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Undercrank / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
hasFeature
Unicorn / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
hasFeature
Used Future / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Vanilla Edition / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Video Phone / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Viewers Are Geniuses / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Villain Opening Scene / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Villain's Dying Grace / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Vindicated by Cable / int_c18bfdae
 Visual Effects Artists
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Film: Blade Runner
 Film: Blade Runner
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We All Die Someday / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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White-Haired Pretty Boy / int_aac07c0b
 Film: Blade Runner
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Window Pain / int_aac07c0b
 Film: Blade Runner
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Winged Soul Flies Off at Death / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Word of Saint Paul / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Word Salad Title / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Working Title / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Writer-Induced Fanon / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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You Have No Chance to Survive / int_aac07c0b
 Film: Blade Runner
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You Must Be Cold / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Younger Than They Look / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Your Days Are Numbered / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Your Makeup Is Running / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Zeerust / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Zeppelins from Another World / int_c18bfdae
 Manga: Silent Möbius
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Film: Blade Runner
 Series: The 10th Kingdom
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 Series: Total Recall 2070
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Film: Blade Runner
 Video Game: Blade Runner
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Film: Blade Runner
 Video Game: Burn:Cycle
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Film: Blade Runner
 Video Game: G-Police
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Film: Blade Runner
 Video Game: G-Police
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Film: Blade Runner
 Video Game: Rise Of The Dragon
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Film: Blade Runner
 Web Video: Rob Ager
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Film: Blade Runner
 Web Video: Tasteful Understated Nerdrage
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Film: Blade Runner
 Western Animation: Bravest Warriors
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Film: Blade Runner
 Western Animation: Poet Anderson: The Dream Walker
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Film: Blade Runner
 bladerunner
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Film: Blade Runner
 Film: Blade Runner
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Hey, It's That Place! / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Redemption in the Rain / int_c18bfdae
 Film: Blade Runner
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Trashcan Bonfire / int_c18bfdae