Blade Runner 2049
I'm not a Blade Runner fan. I watched the original recently. It was okay. I didn't hate it. I didn't love it. It was a good movie. I went into the new movie with the same expectations. I was open to being brought into the world and becoming a Blade Runner guy. I loved Drive. I love Gosling. I was there for the taking.
Here's the sports equvilent of Blade Runner 2049.
The entire strategy was, how slow can we make this movie while still making sure it's a movie? There were giant chunks that had zero dialogue and zero narrative being told. It was just Gosling walking from place to place slow as fuck with loud music humming.
The story was fantastic. They needed a strong plot to make a sequel and they had it. The cinematography was spectacular. The acting was good (sans Ford, he's not a good actor). The pacing was brutal. BRUTAL. Slow for slows sake. They were like, 'hey the original was a slow burn and people loved it, let's give them what they want! This ones gonna be TEN TIMES slower! This will be great!'
If you'd like to hear my full review. My favorite scenes, my least favorite scenes and my official ratings listen to Six Pack Cinema.
You can also hear the opinions of people who thought it wasn't too slow. My cohosts, Dave and Sheehan, did not agree with me on the pacing being brutal. Apparently, I'm wrong and a garbage person. Tough break for me.
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