Well, if his acting seems a little "robotic", I hear there's a reason for that.My son and I just got back from seeing this, and I rather enjoyed it. He loved it, but I don't know that I can go that far, not without a few more viewings. It is long, but it doesn't feel that long. The story is pretty solid, the acting is really good, and it's stunning to look at. It's just a shame that Ryan Gossling can't act to save his life.
I shouldn't be that way. He played the part accordingly. And while I haven't seen many of his films (I would like to see Drive), what I have seen of his work leaves much to be desired, at least for me. I will be big about it and give him a fair shake.Well, if his acting seems a little "robotic", I hear there's a reason for that.
That's why I was apprehensive about this film. I remember seeing the original as a kid, and it really resonated with me. Over the years, seeing the various "This is the real version!" cuts of the film, and liking all of them, I couldn't understand how someone could properly expand upon that, especially 35 years later. But this is a real treat. It's one of the most beautiful movies I have seen in a long time. As one reviewer said, if the cinematographer doesn't get the Oscar for this film, it will be a crime.And as a huge fan of all versions of the original BLADE RUNNER, it would take something pretty dramatic to put me off this one.