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Blade Runner is a 1982 movie with a runtime of 117
Director Ridley Scott,
Richard Peter Schroer,
Ana Maria Quintana,
Cast Harrison Ford,
In the smog-choked dystopian Los Angeles of 2019, blade runner Rick Deckard is called out of retirement to terminate a quartet of replicants who have escaped to Earth seeking their creator for a way to extend their short life spans. Currently you are able to watch "Blade Runner
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based on novel or book,
los angeles, california,
Blade Runner Parent guide
- MPAA Reason
- BBFC Reason
- strong violence
A blade runner must pursue and terminate four replicants who stole a ship in space, and have returned to Earth to find their creator.
- BBFC Ratings info
- BLADE RUNNER is a 1982 science fiction film, set in Los Angeles in 2019, in which a police operative is sent to track down rogue androids.
Scenes include shootings with bloody impact wounds, and a sequence of eye gouging.
There is infrequent strong language ('f**k'), brief nudity and mild sex references.
- Maturity Rating Reason
- Sex & Nudity
- Sex & Nudity Reason
- A male kisses a female
A man and woman are talking. He leans in for a kiss. She withdraws and walks to the door. He follows her and slams the door shut. He grabs her and pushes her against a wall. He kisses her. Nothin explicit is shown.
Multiple scenes show bare breasts
The main character enters a woman's home to question her. She is preparing for a shower and has no problem stripping in front of him. We see her bare breasts for an extended period.
Some women are shown in semi revealing clothing.
A male human kisses a male replicant (his creation). Can be uncomfortable since there is a sort of father-son relationship implied.
- Violence & Gore
- Violence & Gore Reason
- A woman straddles a man's neck in a fight and attempts to choke him with her thighs. She spins his head around and slaps it multiple times but then lets him go.
A man has his eyes poked out by an android. This is not very graphic, unless you're watching the Final Cut, in which case it is very graphic. In the Final Cut, we see the act and we see the gory aftermath. In the other cuts we just see the act, no gore.
Not a lot of violence, but the violence that Blade Runner does have can be bloody and intense.
A man is shot twice in the chest; he flies backwards in the chair he was sitting in. No blood is seen, but in the Workprint version you can see smoke or steam coming out of an exit wound for a few seconds afterwards.
A man is shot through the back of the head and you can see (from the front) his forehead burst open. Surprisingly little blood is visible.
A man's skull is crushed (not visibly, but a crack is heard) and we see blood come from his eyes as the perpetrator's thumbs are pressed into his eye sockets while the victim groans in agony (very disturbing). The Final Cut, International Cut, and Workprint versions show this on-screen with blood pouring from the eyes of the man being killed. This isn't as graphic as one might imagine due to much of the blood being obscured from the perpetrator's thumbs. The other versions, U.S. Theatrical Cut and Director's Cut, cut away until the attacker lets go.
A woman is shot in the chest. As she writhes on the ground, she is shot again until she dies. Bloody bullet wounds are very briefly visible, including one shot where blood pours out of the wound. Much of this scene is shot from a far distance.
In the Final Cut, International Cut, and Workprint versions a woman briefly lifts a man lying on the ground a bit by hooking his nostrils with her fingers.
A man grabs another man's hand and breaks a couple of his fingers. You can hear the fingers breaking and see the man wince in pain. He later resets his own fingers and you see them bent back at first.
A man has the tip of his ear shot off at close range, with the wound and blood quite visible.
A man hits another man in the face with a metal pipe. You can later see blood on the man's face.
A man intentionally stabs a nail through his own hand. In the Final Cut, International Cut, and Workprint this is seen clearly with a little bit of blood. The actual stabbing is done very quickly and the shot of it going through is brief. The other versions, U.S. Theatrical Cut and Director's Cut, cut away from this until the nail has already gone through.
- Profanity Reason
- 1 abuse of "Christ."
"Fucker" is heard. In the Final Cut, this has been replaced by "father."
A few other, milder profanities such as "asshole" or "goddamn."
In older releases with the narration, a derogatory racial slur used towards African Americans is used at one point in the narration, however this is merely spoken narration and given as an example of something - no character is actually calling anyone the word in question.
- Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking Reason
- Characters are seen smoking cigarettes and drinking alcoholic beverages in some scenes.
- Frightening & Intense Scenes
- Frightening & Intense Scenes Reason
- The movie overall can be very emotional or depressing, so it deals with themes of existentialism and what does it mean to be human
The scene where an android pokes out a man's eyeballs is very intense and may disturb some viewers. This is arguably the most violent scene in the movie (despite not being extremely graphic).
A character is seen hanging off a building by his fingers.
The film is very dark and depressing, and there is a growing sense of paranoia throughout.
The final confrontation between the main character and antagonist is very intense and frightening.
The ending is emotional and intense.
The majority of the last 20-25 minutes of the film involves Deckard finally tracking down the last 2 replicants. After killing one, Deckard faces the leader. It is a violent and psychological battle as Roy tortures Deckard both physically and mentally. At this point, Roy is dying (4 yr life span) and his mind is clearly deteriorating. It is a very intense ending
The protagonist tries to kiss a woman who does not reciprocate his affections. He forcefully shuts the door when she tries to leave and proceeds to pin her against the wall against her will. The woman is crying, but the protagonist makes her say "kiss me" until he finally starts to kiss her.
The scene where the main antagonist dies near the end of the film is very sad.
The Ladd Company,
Warner Bros. Pictures,
United States of America,