Symptom 47: More Human Than Human

Phillip K. Dick Month concludes with our discussion of Blade Runner 2049. We both love this movie. This movie, and the 1982 Blade Runner - are the movies Ragemaster and I have been asking for over the last year. Blade Runner 2049 is a heady, deep, high science fiction masterpiece that is visually amazing and inventive, as well as being immersive. It discusses no less than what it means to be human, otherwise as the meaning of life. It also deals with sub themes of slavery, class divisions and the importance of ecological responsibility. It does this while being entertaining and emotionally investing the viewer in the characters on screen. 

Blade Runner 2049 is, for my money, a perfect science fiction movie. Not perfect for what it set out to be, but simply a perfect movie.