Simon’s review published on Letterboxd:
I had almost forgot how great this film actually is. I would say it's almost a shame that Blade Runner has grown to be so mainstream, since it's a masterpiece looked wrong at. It is a slow, symbolistic, multi-layered, atmospheric, dark, dystopian masterpiece. It's really complex yet easy to form your own opinion on the film's themes, characters and the ending. It has a fantastic script with the perfect finish by the actors. Rutger Hauer gives the best performance by any suporting role of the 80's, and Harrison Ford provides a great mystery to his character. The cinematography is a milestone in the history of motion picture, and Vangelis' score still plays in my head, like the question; is Rick Deckard a Replicant? Denis, please, do not fuck Blade Runner's ambigiousity up. Will Blade Runner 2049 be better than this? I'll found out tommorow, but no. It's as close to impossible as humans know it.