Usually I would expect the film's protagonist to discover something about himself or complete a character arc thru the course of some bigger conflict.
In Blade Runner 2049 there seemed to be no real pressing situations facing this dystopian society. There was virtually no drama whatsoever other than Ryan Gosling trying to figure out if he is a human or a replicant.
The concept of memory implants have already been pretty well discussed in Total Recall.
About the hologram...seriously what the hell was that about? Are they trying to make me believe that Ryan Gosling can't get a real date?
walther p99 wrote:
This is a good point considering every other woman in the film hits on him in some way
Finally got the Johnnie Walker 2049 edition. It had been stuck in Bonvu since 2017 since they couldn't post it to me. I had to wait until my trip and mailed it to my US hotel!
Kind of wish I bought one to drink and one to keep sealed! Anybody drank theirs?
Cool - you got 4 bottles! How much was retail originally in the US?
Its my 40th in September and my wife keeps nagging what to get me. Suggested the Cibi BR glasses so I will save the bottle until then )
Despite owning a load of diff bottles, I drink Black Label most the time since cheap here and save the others for better occasions