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very cool. did Dan O'Bannon do effects for this? Loved hearing him speak in the Jodorowsky's Dune flic.

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so cool

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yes, ths is quite spectacular. thx u

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Makes me want to rewatch the behind the scenes movie.

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Very cool. Those structures are beautiful to look at.

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inspiring ! thx

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Pretty amazing. On the documentary they have the VFX tests with those models and all the lighting is perfect and they're laying in layers into the foreground and it's hard to forget how little the set is. The stills are a reminder of the great craft.

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Jodorowsky's Dune flic.

 

Cool documentary. Man it would have been cray.

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a lot of my job is in a model shop so this is awesome

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I can't imagine the amount of time it took to sculpt the model for the Tyrell building. It's insane how detailed it is.

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the tyrell building's model (as well as the rest of the city's skyline) has always been so fuckin impressive to me, the way they made something so small look so massive.

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About a month ago, I got to see Blade Runner (Final Cut) in 35mm film at a local theatre. One of my friends couldn't believe that it was released in 1982.

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About a month ago, I got to see Blade Runner (Final Cut) in 35mm film at a local theatre. One of my friends couldn't believe that it was released in 1982.

 

oh yesss i saw it when it came out in cinemas too!! it was absolutely amazing and kind of solidified it being one of my favourite top 10 movies hands down. surpasses mere sci fi. blade runner is cinematic masterpiece 5 bags of popcorn

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It so incredibly detailed. I still found some new things I hadn't noticed before. Or rather couldn't see on a small screen.

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I've heard they're putting it back on the cinema over here shortly. Will have to go.

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