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Film Releasing October 6th
Thirty years after the events of the first film, a new blade runner, LAPD Officer K (Ryan Gosling), unearths a long-buried secret that has the potential to plunge what’s left of society into chaos. K’s discovery leads him on a quest to find Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford), a former LAPD blade runner who has been missing for 30 years.
From executive producer Ridley Scott and director Denis Villeneuve, #BladeRunner2049 stars Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford, Ana De Armas, MacKenzie Davis, Sylvia Hoeks, Lennie James, Carla Juri, Robin Wright, Dave Bautista and Jared Leto.
After a well received first season adaptation of the young adult novel 13 Reasons Why, Netflix announced that the story will continue with a season 2. As foreshadowed by the somewhat offputting sequel bait in the series final few episodes last season, this new season will feature an entirely original storyline apart from the tale concerning the suicide of high school student Hannah and one boy’s work to discover why. More story and cast details are being kept under wraps for now.
Fighting evil never looked so good.
Nobody panic…. but it’s here.
The Mass Effect saga is one of the best game series in history. Expertly mixing storytelling as well as captivating gameplay, the games are pioneers in the industry. However, that’s not what makes them truly stand out in my opinion. Though the wide breadth of story is admirable, the sheer amount of freedom you are given is more so. Not just in physical exploration, but in social and personal form as well, Mass Effect gives you the opportunity to explore yourself in a way that real life may not necessarily allow or at least approve of. And that’s what makes it great. Continue reading Mass Effect is a Pioneer in Equality
There is a lot to be said for the case that Hollywood is, at least partially, unfair to the depiction of certain races. Whether it be horrendously stereotyping them or not giving particular races roles at all, history is rife with evidence that the film industry has been slow on being more diverse. When the trailer for The Great Wall was released I was personally unenthused. The CGI looked crummy and Matt Damon’s inclusion had no particular significance for me. I forgot about it and moved on with my day. But suddenly the internet was a flame, as it is prone to do, as others saw this trailer and were enraged that Matt Damon’s white male character was a seeming savior for an overwhelmed, Chinese majority army. Though on the surface I can see where this interpretation would come from, I can’t agree that his character is by any means an insult to Asian races or acting as a white savior to any characters in this film. Why you ask? Because unlike most people I forced myself to watch the damn film. Continue reading The Great Wall’s Casting is not Racist or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Start a Flame War
Oof, how about that Superbowl LI huh? Love them or hate them you have to admit that the Patriots’ comeback last night was nothing short of historical. Even if you were not a supporter though there were plenty of amazing trailers to keep your spirits up! Guardians of the Galaxy, Stranger Things, A Cure for Wellness and more are all coming to a theatre near you pretty soon! So chin up Dude Crew because the future looks bright. Check them all out below.
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10. Blade Runner (1982) – Before I saw the film, I played a computer game with the same name based on this cult classic. Actually, maybe it’s not much of a cult today, but most definitely a classic. Based on Philip K. Dick’s story Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, Ridley Scott’s film blends science fiction and film noir in a plot so perplexing, you’d question what makes a human, and whether we are too, Replicants. Featuring the star power of Harrison Ford and a stellar performance from Rutger Hauer, the story captures a dystopian Los Angeles in the future, where androids become a threat to human life. It takes a hard-boiled cop named Deckard to execute, or as they call it, “retire,” the machines in human tissue. It is a dark, yet spellbinding picture that stands out from other great science fiction movies. Continue reading Guest Spot: T-man’s Top Ten