The reking krew sits down to dissect the dense sci-fi film noir – Blade Runner 2049. Shark goes MIA for this episode and in his absence no one can seem to find much to complain about with this movie. Visually, Blade Runner is absolutely stunnig, with incredibly detailed world building that engulfs the viewer completely. The movie tackles some interesting philosophical themes about the nature of sentience and determinism, and structures its plot twists in a way that makes you feel like you’ve figured something out before throwing you for a loop. Blade Runner 2049 mainatains a hard impersonal edge with the interesting effect of Harrison Ford, when he finally shows up, being the warmest, most human element of the film (despite being as crotchety as ever.)