Blade Runner 2049-
This is the only movie I've wanted to see in a long, long time.
This was a good movie. It didn't have as much character as the original but was still very good.
The acting was good. Ryan Gosling did a good job and so did Ana De Armas. I was a bit worried that Harrison Ford would come in and ruin the whole thing. I would've preferred if they had left him out. They must've thought his presence would draw bigger crowds and more fans of the original. It may have had the opposite effect. Jared Leto kind of sucked. He is an eccentric fag but wasn't old and nerdy enough to play his character convincingly.
The special effects were top-class. It was refreshing to see a high-budget futuristic setting that was normal, not that faggy-ass Star Wars Cuck shit with all the queer aliens. The Waifu stuff with Ana de Armas was impressive. It's hard to get tired looking at her, but it did detract from the movie a little bit. It would've been interesting to see the main character interact a bit more out in public, like get a drink or something. I guess that's the point of a Waifu though.
The plot of the movie was a bit disappointing or at least how it was executed. The whole synthetic child conspiracy was a bit boring at times. The Blade Runner police agency and staff were a little lacking. Ryan Gosling's superior was a single woman that told him to do stuff. That didn't seem very believable. Harrison Ford probably did bring things down quite a bit. The original had such a crescendo of an ending. It's one of the great moments in film. This movie just didn't have that magic at the end. Not many films do. Still, a very well executed Sci-fi movie. No liberal agenda. No mindless inclusion of minority characters. Just good'ol fashion Sci-fi with mostly White characters.