Source: Filmaker IQ Blog
Iâll be honest â I alwaysÂ liked Blade Runner but I never thought it was a great movie. To me it was just okay, a somewhat muddy film that never felt like it delivered on its sci-fi promises. That was until I saw it on the big screen. Blade Runner was released the year I was born. That was quite a good year for the summer movie â a single multiplex at the time could conceivably be showing Blade Runner, Poltergeist, The Thing,Â Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan,Â E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial all at the same time. (though Iâm not sure any did). Well since I had yet to even enter the single digits of my life, I didnât get the opportunity to see Blade Runner in thetaers (although my first recollection of seeing a movie was at an outdoor stadium showing of E.T. years later in what must have been a re-release in Taiwan) My first encounter with Blade Runner was on my familyâs 22â³ Standard Definition Cathode Ray Tube TV at home. When I saw that my local second run theater was playing Blade Runner for their monthly classic movie night, I decided to give it another viewing. And WOW what a difference a big screen makes. What looks kinda tacky on a TV, overwhelmed the senses on the big screne- the eye could wander and pick out each little window light of the city. The mood and atmosphere of the Blade Runner universe was palpable â something that I…Read more at: Why the Movie Theater Still Matters
Netcastevent.com is a full service video production company offering a complete end-to-end range of services from strategy, scripting, production, filming, post production, editing, screening, to video promotion, syndication, advertising and results-driven marketing. Our team has decades of experience in all areas of video, whether you are creating a simple explainer video, to training videos, eLearning, animation or full feature moviemaking.