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Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?

Blade Runner is one of the most beautiful films ever made. I cry ever time I watch it. I have the 25th Anniversary CD collection on my iPod, I even cry just listening to the OST.

Especially "Tears in Rain".

I've already pre-ordered a copy of the upcoming 30th Anniversary release on BluRay for myself. If you plan on ordering it as well, why not order it through NameThatMovie via the godawful ugly link below and help support the site?:

And besides that shameless plug I'd love to hear your thoughts/experiences of the film.
asked Aug 8, 2012 in General Discussion by NameThatMovie (305 points)
edited Aug 9, 2012 by NameThatMovie

2 Answers

answered Aug 9, 2012 by mangopinecone (102 points)
I didn't see in until the blue ray release and loved it. Ridley Scott might not be big on plot, but he can make killer ambiance for days.
answered Nov 30, 2012 by dbcooper (92 points)