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Face-Off: Blade Runner vs. The Terminator

04.05.2016by: Brian Bitner
In our previous Face-Off, we looked at Bryan Singer's SUPERMAN RETURNS vs. Zack Snyder's MAN OF STEEL. While most of you agreed with my MAN OF STEEL verdict, I was glad to see many of you also agree it's far from being a great film. I was also pleased to see how many of you defended SUPERMAN RETURNS, as I don't think it deserves nearly the amount of disdain it's received over the years.

This week, we're looking at two dark sci-films from the early 1980's. We're all terrified by the recent INDIANA JONES 5 announcement, though I'm sure most of us can't help but fantasize about the possibility of the fifth installment wiping away the sins of CRYSTAL SKULL. Adding to INDY 5 and THE FORCE AWAKENS, Harrison Ford will be reprising yet another classic role in the Ridley Scott-produced Denis Villeneuve-directed BLADE RUNNER sequel, so I thought it might be fun to see how BLADE RUNNER measures up against THE TERMINATOR. While they came out two years apart and are thematically very similar, the two films have had vastly different journeys over the past three decades.

NOTE: I'll be using the Final Cut of BLADE RUNNER, as it's the only version over which Ridley Scott had full creative control.
PLOT
Los Angeles, 2019. Four rogue replicants- highly evolved robots- plan to infiltrate the Tyrell Corporation in an attempt to extend their short lifespans, leaving a trail of blood in their wake. Blade Runner Rick Deckard is called out of retirement to hunt down and assassinate them.
Los Angeles, 2029. Skynet sends a Terminator to 1984 to kill Sarah Connor, whose unborn son John leads the resistance against the machines in the future. In response, John Connor sends soldier Kyle Reese into the past to protect his mother.
CAST
Harrison Ford as Rick Deckard
Rutger Hauer as Roy Batty
Sean Young as Rachael
Edward James Olmos as Gaff
M. Emmet Walsh as Bryant
Daryl Hannah as Pris
William Sanderson as J.F. Sebastian
Brion James as Leon Kowalski
Joe Turkel as Dr. Eldon Tyrell
Joanna Cassidy as Zhora
Arnold Schwarzenegger as The Terminator
Michael Biehn as Kyle Reese
Linda Hamilton as Sarah Connor
Paul Winfield as Lieutenant Ed Traxler
Lance Henriksen as Detective Hal Vukovich
Rick Rossovich as Matt Buchanan
Bess Motta as Ginger Ventura
Earl Boen as Dr. Peter Silberman
VILLAIN
Roy Batty and his fellow replicants are fascinating subjects. Speaking in poetry, awash with emotion, dangerous, and self-aware, with Batty's William Blake quote suggesting a metaphorical connection between Roy's replicants and Lucifer's fallen angels. Moreover, the fact that the replicants' primary goal is simply to live and enjoy life longer makes them sympathetic to a point.
Ever learning and unstoppable, the T-800 would become the singular icon of the TERMINATOR series. It's very hard to separate this Terminator from what it would become in T2 and beyond, though. While Arnold and his metal endoskeleton are way more badass than the squishy replicants, I'm calling this a tie due to the psychological complexity of the latter.
DIRECTING
Aside from the slow pace and abrupt editing, Ridley Scott directs a stunningly beautiful film. Part rainy film noir, part dystopian used future, BLADE RUNNER stands tall as a unique, memorable, and instantly recognizable film.
While James Cameron is also a master filmmaker, THE TERMINATOR feels slow and dated by today's standards. Especially with what Cameron did with T2, the first film feels more like a first step, albeit an extremely admirable one.
QUOTES
"Let me tell you about my mother."

"Have you ever retired a human by mistake?"

"Time... enough."

"Fiery the angels fell; deep thunder rolled around their shores; burning with the fires of Orc."

"Implants. Those aren't your memories, they're somebody else's. They're Tyrell's niece's. Okay, bad joke... I made a bad joke. You're not a replicant. Go home, okay? No, really. I'm sorry, go home. You want a drink? I'll get you a drink."

"Wake up; time to die!"

"Quite an experience to live in fear, isn't it? That's what it is to be a slave."

"You know that Voigt-Kampff test of yours? Did you ever take that test yourself?"

"It's not an easy thing to meet your maker."

"I want more life, father."

"The light that burns twice as bright burns half as long, and you have burned so very, very brightly, Roy."

"I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched C-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhauser gate. All those moments will be lost in time... like tears in rain. Time to die."

"It's too bad she won't live! But then again, who does?"
"Come with me if you want to live."

"It can't be bargained with. It can't be reasoned with It doesn't feel pity, or remorse, or fear. And it absolutely will not stop, ever, until you are dead."

"I'll be back."

"There was one man who taught us to fight, to storm the wire of the camps, to smash those metal motherf*ckers into junk. He turned it around. He brought us back from the brink. His name is Connor. John Connor. Your son, Sarah... your unborn son."

"John Connor gave me a picture of you once. I didn't know why at the time. It was very old - torn, faded. You were young like you are now. You seemed just a little sad. I used to always wonder what you were thinking at that moment. I memorized every line, every curve... I came across time for you, Sarah. I love you. I always have."

"You're terminated, f*cker."

"Should I tell you about your father? Boy, that's a tough one. Will it affect your decision to send him here, knowing that he is your father? If you don't send Kyle, you can never be. God, a person could go crazy thinking about this. I suppose I will tell you. I owe him that. Maybe it'll help if you know that, in the few hours we had together, we loved a lifetime's worth."

This is another tough one. While THE TERMINATOR spawned some very memorable quotes for the franchise, BLADE RUNNER has a more consistently high caliber, affecting, and impassioned screenplay throughout.
SCORE
While Vangelis' score is certainly one of the more dated aspects of BLADE RUNNER, it fits the mood of the film so well, transitioning from film noir saxophone to space age synthesizers and rarely calling too much attention to itself.
Brad Fiedel's score introduces the iconic metallic staccato of the TERMINATOR series, but otherwise it feels intrusive and distracting and is a huge part of why the film feels so dated today.
LEGACY
Ridley Scott has been considering a BLADE RUNNER sequel for ten years or more, so it's exciting to see it finally getting off the ground. Otherwise, the film spawned the spiritual successor SOLDIER, one video game, a series of books (written as sequels to the original Philip K. Dick novel and the film), and little else. None of these endeavors made much impact on the cultural landscape and therefore don't add much to the BLADE RUNNER brand.
To date, THE TERMINATOR has inspired four sequels, a TV series, several video games, a ton of books, and plenty of other media. While the quality of said projects has been all over the place, there's no question this film (with the help of its incredible sequel) has significantly changed the face of science fiction.
BOX OFFICE & ACCOLADES
IMDB: 8.2 (Top 250: #139)
Rotten Tomatoes: 88% (Audience Score: 91%)
Metacritic: 88 (User Score: 8.9)
Domestic Total Gross: $27,580,111
IMDB: 8.1 (Top 250: #214)
Rotten Tomatoes: 100% (Audience Score: 88%)
Metacritic: 83 (User Score: 7.3)
Domestic Total Gross: $38,371,200

I think I have to call this a tie, since the averages are all so close, but damn that 100% is sexy.
BLADE RUNNER
This is another close match up that largely comes down to preference. THE TERMINATOR spawned a massive franchise, but by that same token, it's impressive how strongly BLADE RUNNER has stood on its own. If it were a one-off film, I think we'd look back at THE TERMINATOR with a little less admiration than we do today, while BLADE RUNNER remains a singular classic. Either way, here's hoping Ridley Scott and company don't PROMETHEUS up the new BLADE RUNNER film and instead make it the T2 of the franchise.

Agree? Disagree? Which do you prefer?
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If you have a suggestion for a future Face-Off, let us know below or send me an email at brianbitner@joblo.com.

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11:16PM on 04/07/2016

Terminator FTW

I respect Blade Runner, I love The Terminator. Blade Runner is visually amazing, it has a great atmosphere and some great moments but the plot is actually quite thin whereas The Terminator has a a much deeper, complicated plot, one which has become iconic overtime. I also find The Terminator to be a much more exciting, suspenseful, enaging and fun film and while both films have their moments, the police station rampage scene in The Terminator can't be beaten in terms of pure awesomeness.
I respect Blade Runner, I love The Terminator. Blade Runner is visually amazing, it has a great atmosphere and some great moments but the plot is actually quite thin whereas The Terminator has a a much deeper, complicated plot, one which has become iconic overtime. I also find The Terminator to be a much more exciting, suspenseful, enaging and fun film and while both films have their moments, the police station rampage scene in The Terminator can't be beaten in terms of pure awesomeness.
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11:15PM on 04/07/2016

Terminator FTW

I respect Blade Runner, I love The Terminator. Blade Runner is visually amazing, it has a great atmosphere and some great moments but the plot is actually quite thin whereas The Terminator has a a much deeper, complicated plot, one which has become iconic overtime. I also find The Terminator to be a much more exciting, suspenseful, enaging and fun film and while both films have their moments, the police station rampage scene in The Terminator can't be beaten in terms of pure awesomeness.
I respect Blade Runner, I love The Terminator. Blade Runner is visually amazing, it has a great atmosphere and some great moments but the plot is actually quite thin whereas The Terminator has a a much deeper, complicated plot, one which has become iconic overtime. I also find The Terminator to be a much more exciting, suspenseful, enaging and fun film and while both films have their moments, the police station rampage scene in The Terminator can't be beaten in terms of pure awesomeness.
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7:23PM on 04/06/2016
I would go with Blade Runner as well. Both are excellent movies so I don't don't see the need to shit all over the one I don't think is better. I would have definitely given the quote category to Blade Runner. Roy's line right before he dies is beautiful.
I would go with Blade Runner as well. Both are excellent movies so I don't don't see the need to shit all over the one I don't think is better. I would have definitely given the quote category to Blade Runner. Roy's line right before he dies is beautiful.
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10:57AM on 04/06/2016
Bit of a strange face-off. Id have to give it a tie. Blade Runner was considered a flop on original release.
Bit of a strange face-off. Id have to give it a tie. Blade Runner was considered a flop on original release.
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11:00AM on 04/06/2016
Plus I hate the idea of Ridleys vision being that Deckard was a replicant as it makes no sense what so ever to the movie other than being a pretentious twist which eliminates the overall argument in the movie.
Plus I hate the idea of Ridleys vision being that Deckard was a replicant as it makes no sense what so ever to the movie other than being a pretentious twist which eliminates the overall argument in the movie.
8:40PM on 04/05/2016

The Terminator is much more entertaining, plus story is fucking brilliant!

As far as the Villains go, one began the career of the greatest action star in history and the other is Rutger Hauer, how in the fuck did you give that a tie? You must be missing the awesomeness of The Terminator's story as it some way reproduces the question of "which came first, the chicken or the egg?" But, in a sci-fi action story. For instance, John Connor could never have sent back Kyle Reese without Kyle Reese first appearing in the past to save his mother. One can't exist without the
As far as the Villains go, one began the career of the greatest action star in history and the other is Rutger Hauer, how in the fuck did you give that a tie? You must be missing the awesomeness of The Terminator's story as it some way reproduces the question of "which came first, the chicken or the egg?" But, in a sci-fi action story. For instance, John Connor could never have sent back Kyle Reese without Kyle Reese first appearing in the past to save his mother. One can't exist without the other, it is fucking brilliant, and to me it actually makes the T1 better than T2, which is essentially the same movie shot by shot, literally, take a second look.
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6:17PM on 04/05/2016
I've given blade runner so many chances. I've seen every cut of the film. I don't hate it, but I don't know why people hold it in a pedestal the way they do. It's incredibly overrated imo. Terminator will always be near and dear to me.
I've given blade runner so many chances. I've seen every cut of the film. I don't hate it, but I don't know why people hold it in a pedestal the way they do. It's incredibly overrated imo. Terminator will always be near and dear to me.
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4:36PM on 04/05/2016
These two films, while being in the same genre, are not even slightly comparable. For one thing, they have completely different goals besides generally entertaining you. Blade Runner's aspirations are admittedly loftier and more artistic/thoughtful, while Terminator brings action and intensity to the table. The fact that they both have robots that impersonate humans in them doesn't make them akin to each other.
These two films, while being in the same genre, are not even slightly comparable. For one thing, they have completely different goals besides generally entertaining you. Blade Runner's aspirations are admittedly loftier and more artistic/thoughtful, while Terminator brings action and intensity to the table. The fact that they both have robots that impersonate humans in them doesn't make them akin to each other.
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3:28PM on 04/05/2016

Blade Runner

Just tighter all around. If we were comparing it with T2 I'm sure it'd be closer, but I'd still vote Blade Runner.
Just tighter all around. If we were comparing it with T2 I'm sure it'd be closer, but I'd still vote Blade Runner.
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2:43PM on 04/05/2016
In this case it's a tie. If it were T2 vs. Blade Runner, then T2 would win.
In this case it's a tie. If it were T2 vs. Blade Runner, then T2 would win.
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2:08PM on 04/05/2016
I saw at the top of the article that the response for this article was at 33% and assumed that must have been because you picked The Terminator. Well good on you for going with Blade Runner movie and surprised that so many people are disagreeing. I can definitely get people going either way on what their "favorite" is, but when you're asking which one is objectively better, well I don't really see where there's much room for legitimate debate. Blade Runner is regularly listed on The Sight &
I saw at the top of the article that the response for this article was at 33% and assumed that must have been because you picked The Terminator. Well good on you for going with Blade Runner movie and surprised that so many people are disagreeing. I can definitely get people going either way on what their "favorite" is, but when you're asking which one is objectively better, well I don't really see where there's much room for legitimate debate. Blade Runner is regularly listed on The Sight & Sound Poll and many other "Greatest Films of All-Time Lists" (just check the most recent update on "They Shoot Pictures Don't They" for confirmation of this) and while The Terminator occasionally makes the list, it doesn't have nearly the same reputation, and I think for good reason. It's a very good film, make no mistake, but the two are just in different leagues. The Terminator is a very-well made thriller, Blade Runner is something much more with a lot of thematic depth and character complexity that not the former doesn't even begin to (or to be fair, try to) match.
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1:42PM on 04/05/2016

no way

i knew before i even clicked on this article who would "win" this battle. everyone on this site and the world the last few years has gone nuts in regard to blade runner. i rewatched this recently and i'm sorry, this movie is so overrated, it's ridiculous. terminator is a much better movie and much more fun to watch. roy batty is as good a villain as arnold? come on? the t800 would fuck roy batty up no problem.
i knew before i even clicked on this article who would "win" this battle. everyone on this site and the world the last few years has gone nuts in regard to blade runner. i rewatched this recently and i'm sorry, this movie is so overrated, it's ridiculous. terminator is a much better movie and much more fun to watch. roy batty is as good a villain as arnold? come on? the t800 would fuck roy batty up no problem.
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2:12PM on 04/05/2016
Yeah, I think we have very different logic when it comes to "which movie should win this contest." Although, I am curious which version of Blade Runner you saw? I love the original but would only give it maybe an 8, whereas I think that Bladerunner: The Final Cut is a true 10.
Yeah, I think we have very different logic when it comes to "which movie should win this contest." Although, I am curious which version of Blade Runner you saw? I love the original but would only give it maybe an 8, whereas I think that Bladerunner: The Final Cut is a true 10.
1:53PM on 04/05/2016
Oh, Arnold would destroy Batty in a fight no question, but there's more to the category than that. Episode III Anakin Skywalker would win in a fight against Hannibal Lecter, too, but it doesn't make him a better villain.
Oh, Arnold would destroy Batty in a fight no question, but there's more to the category than that. Episode III Anakin Skywalker would win in a fight against Hannibal Lecter, too, but it doesn't make him a better villain.
1:32PM on 04/05/2016

Blade Runner

It's in my top 5 of all-time, Terminator (along with T2) is almost there. I absolutely adore both movies but Blade Runner gets my vote here.
It's in my top 5 of all-time, Terminator (along with T2) is almost there. I absolutely adore both movies but Blade Runner gets my vote here.
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1:29PM on 04/05/2016
No question, for me it's The Terminator.
No question, for me it's The Terminator.
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12:37PM on 04/05/2016
I would give Blade Runner the edge as well (acting and story-wise), but calling the Terminator dated...Whaaaaat???!!!
I would give Blade Runner the edge as well (acting and story-wise), but calling the Terminator dated...Whaaaaat???!!!
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4:11PM on 04/05/2016
@Brian Bitner: So Terminator or Scarface show when the movie was made. Is that a bad thing? I don´t think of it as feeling or being dated but as showing an identity, a sense of history if you will. Those (you may call it campy) suits, hairs or music are an imprint of a certain era and I don´t think that takes away from these movie. And the score of Terminator? Pretty damn awesome and intense (pulsing Synth / Electronic Score for a movie about Machines hunting Humans sounds like a pefect
@Brian Bitner: So Terminator or Scarface show when the movie was made. Is that a bad thing? I don´t think of it as feeling or being dated but as showing an identity, a sense of history if you will. Those (you may call it campy) suits, hairs or music are an imprint of a certain era and I don´t think that takes away from these movie. And the score of Terminator? Pretty damn awesome and intense (pulsing Synth / Electronic Score for a movie about Machines hunting Humans sounds like a pefect combination), guess that´s why they used so much of it in the Sequel anyway.
2:15PM on 04/05/2016
Personally, I agree with Bitner on this one. I think that Terminator 1 feels dated in a way that T2 (mostly) doesn't. The vast majority of the film still works really, really well, but the 80's zeitgeist setting lends it a slight camp factor that it didn't possess when it first came out (I also think the Die Hard comparison is apt, there you have a film from roughly the same period which has aged gloriously).
Personally, I agree with Bitner on this one. I think that Terminator 1 feels dated in a way that T2 (mostly) doesn't. The vast majority of the film still works really, really well, but the 80's zeitgeist setting lends it a slight camp factor that it didn't possess when it first came out (I also think the Die Hard comparison is apt, there you have a film from roughly the same period which has aged gloriously).
2:14PM on 04/05/2016
I do get it Brian, but I guess it's coming down to a personal thing. Maybe it's my age? I was 16 in 1980 so much of that decade doesn't jump out at me like it may someone else? I dunno, maybe I'm rare in that none of that affects me. I know I'm one of the few who actually likes Scarface - although it's not my favorite mob movie, I saw it when it came out and liked it. That's only the 80s though, but I feel the same way about other decades. Course maybe some of the movies I don't like is due
I do get it Brian, but I guess it's coming down to a personal thing. Maybe it's my age? I was 16 in 1980 so much of that decade doesn't jump out at me like it may someone else? I dunno, maybe I'm rare in that none of that affects me. I know I'm one of the few who actually likes Scarface - although it's not my favorite mob movie, I saw it when it came out and liked it. That's only the 80s though, but I feel the same way about other decades. Course maybe some of the movies I don't like is due to them being "dated" but I"m not realizing that's the reason. Thanks for your response!
2:03PM on 04/05/2016
I get what you're saying, Glinda. I think the line is whether the elements that reflect the time distract from the film. Casablanca doesn't feel dated because so many elements of the film overwhelm the fact that some of the dialogue would be corny in a 2016 movie. Look at a movie like Die Hard, which looks like an 80's movie but feels timeless, versus a movie like Scarface, which looks and feels like an 80's movie, so much so that some people watch it today and laugh at the music, costume
I get what you're saying, Glinda. I think the line is whether the elements that reflect the time distract from the film. Casablanca doesn't feel dated because so many elements of the film overwhelm the fact that some of the dialogue would be corny in a 2016 movie. Look at a movie like Die Hard, which looks like an 80's movie but feels timeless, versus a movie like Scarface, which looks and feels like an 80's movie, so much so that some people watch it today and laugh at the music, costume design, etc.
1:38PM on 04/05/2016
I have a hard time with the term "dated." Most every film reflects the time it's filmed in. Is Casablanca dated? If I can still relate to the actual characters in today's world, it's not dated to me.

Take an 80s slasher movie or comedy. Those are dated to me because they reflect the 80s cheesey filmmaking and dialogue (although a brand of cheese I personally love). The hairstyles and clothing don't make them dated. That's what we wore and looked like back then!
I have a hard time with the term "dated." Most every film reflects the time it's filmed in. Is Casablanca dated? If I can still relate to the actual characters in today's world, it's not dated to me.

Take an 80s slasher movie or comedy. Those are dated to me because they reflect the 80s cheesey filmmaking and dialogue (although a brand of cheese I personally love). The hairstyles and clothing don't make them dated. That's what we wore and looked like back then!
1:28PM on 04/05/2016
I know that sounds harsh, but go back and watch the scene with the punks, listen to the music during any chase scene or emotional moment, and look at any outfit or hairstyle. Still a great movie, though!
I know that sounds harsh, but go back and watch the scene with the punks, listen to the music during any chase scene or emotional moment, and look at any outfit or hairstyle. Still a great movie, though!
12:33PM on 04/05/2016

The Terminator by a mile...

I am sorry, but Blade Runner is so overrated. I watched it like 15 years ago and again just the other week (to give it a chance again). The movie is just so boring and slow. I appreciate the cast and the effort, but it's just a boring film. I watched Terminator not too long ago to, and it holds up surprisingly well, and it's definitely a better movie. I am sure I am in the minority here on this, but I just can't get on board with that movie.
I am sorry, but Blade Runner is so overrated. I watched it like 15 years ago and again just the other week (to give it a chance again). The movie is just so boring and slow. I appreciate the cast and the effort, but it's just a boring film. I watched Terminator not too long ago to, and it holds up surprisingly well, and it's definitely a better movie. I am sure I am in the minority here on this, but I just can't get on board with that movie.
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12:21PM on 04/05/2016
Nope. The Terminator for me. To me, it holds up better than Blade Runner.
Nope. The Terminator for me. To me, it holds up better than Blade Runner.
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12:14PM on 04/05/2016
Love Blade Runner but Terminator hands down. Not only a small low budget movie but I still remember seeing it in the theater and having my jaw on the floor several times..
Love Blade Runner but Terminator hands down. Not only a small low budget movie but I still remember seeing it in the theater and having my jaw on the floor several times..
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11:55AM on 04/05/2016
Some people seem to forget that The Terminator was a small low budget independent film. Blade Runner was a massively overblown & over-budgeted Hollywood blockbuster (well, the studio was aiming for it to be a blockbuster).

I love both, but The Terminator redefined an entire genre. How many independent films actually beat Hollywood at their own game? If I have to choose between two movies that I equally love, I'm going to go with the one that had the most real world impact. So I pick The
Some people seem to forget that The Terminator was a small low budget independent film. Blade Runner was a massively overblown & over-budgeted Hollywood blockbuster (well, the studio was aiming for it to be a blockbuster).

I love both, but The Terminator redefined an entire genre. How many independent films actually beat Hollywood at their own game? If I have to choose between two movies that I equally love, I'm going to go with the one that had the most real world impact. So I pick The Terminator.
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1:49PM on 04/05/2016
This is a great point. While I try to (mostly) look at movies for what they are rather than their environment or circumstances, there's something to be said for how a movie performed compared to how it was expected to perform. I'll think about addressing this in the Box Office & Accolades section in the future. Thanks!
This is a great point. While I try to (mostly) look at movies for what they are rather than their environment or circumstances, there's something to be said for how a movie performed compared to how it was expected to perform. I'll think about addressing this in the Box Office & Accolades section in the future. Thanks!
11:39AM on 04/05/2016

Terminator

As much as I love Blade Runner, the movie was a mess that took multiple modern reworks to become a fantastic movie (though a bit overrated too). The Terminator was a fantastic movie out the gate.
As much as I love Blade Runner, the movie was a mess that took multiple modern reworks to become a fantastic movie (though a bit overrated too). The Terminator was a fantastic movie out the gate.
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11:31AM on 04/05/2016
BLADE RUNNER: 6/10
THE TERMINATOR: 7/10
BLADE RUNNER: 6/10
THE TERMINATOR: 7/10
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11:13AM on 04/05/2016

Agree

close - but agree
close - but agree
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11:01AM on 04/05/2016
Terminator.
Terminator.
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10:42AM on 04/05/2016

Blade Runner

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