‘Blade Runner (The Final Cut) 4K Ultra HD’ Blu-ray Giveaway From CinemAddicts

This week the giveaway is my copy of Blade Runner (The Final Cut) 4K Ultra HD. I also purchased a used paperback copy of Blade Runner to throw in with the disc. Requirements to enter this giveaway is slightly different – check out the details below.

  1. To Take Part in the Giveaway, you won’t have to follow or subscribe to anything. I’m just trying to build the Comments section on Deepest Dream. So please comment below (or if you want comment on our Facebook page where this post appears) by answering the following question: “Name a movie that you absolutely love and what makes it such a great film?”
    2.  Once you comment, please email me at editor@deepestdream.com to confirm the entry. U.S.  and Canada entrants only!!
    3. Contest ends Sunday, October 15 at 7 pm Pacific Time.
    4. I will announce the winner on the CinemAddicts Facebook Page! Good luck!!!

5 thoughts on “‘Blade Runner (The Final Cut) 4K Ultra HD’ Blu-ray Giveaway From CinemAddicts

  1. The film I absolutely love is Mulholland Dr. What makes it such a great film is the fact that 100 people can watch it and each person can walk away with a different meaning. I also like how it subverts expectations at every turn. It can start out as a thriller, then delve into a romance, then delve into a horror movie. I feel like it’s the complete package, and David Lynch’s magnum opus. The acting, directing, cinematography, and score are all top-notch. The fact that it was rated as the #1 film of the 21st century (so far), according to BBC Culture, is EXTREMELY telling.

  2. Since it’s Halloween season I’m going to back up Anderson and say Let the Right One In. One of the best horror movies of all time. See it, Greg!

    1. Thx Marcus – I have to see Harold & Maude, Bone Tomahawk and Let The Right One In – those are the top AC recs that I have to catch before the end of ’17!

  3. This is probably a controversial choice, but a movie that I absolutely love is “Lost in Translation”

    There are a lot of reasons that make me believe it to be such a great film. I think it’s very interesting to think about how people who have nothing in common can develop intense relationships when there aren’t a lot of choices. These two characters would likely never converse let alone become friends if they hadn’t both been thrust in to a situation where neither speak the language and everything around them is so different. But since they find the smallest bit of common ground a very real relationship develops.

    Also, I really love Japanese culture, and this is a very fun examination of that, despite being somewhat exaggerated at times, it still got quite a bit right. Plus it’s really fun to see Bill Murray doing a non comedic role, a great breakout performance from a young Scarlett Johansson , and I always love seeing Giovanni Ribisi perform.

    Lastly, I really think the movie stuck the landing, the ending is very moving, and I love how they don’t tell you the final line, I believe every person who watches this film has a different view of their relationship, and that last line can be whatever you want it to be, had they spoon fed you the final line it could have ruined a large percentage of viewers experience.

    1. I actually think Lost in Translation and Somewhere are great bookends w/ LIT obviously being the classic. Only saw it once but it felt like a true and real relationship and like u it definitely struck a chord w/ me. That’s a movie I should own as well – but I don’t (as of yet).

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