Blade Runner 2049 review

Blade Runner 2049 review: a beautiful, if flawed sequel

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Drew and Chella’s Blade Runner 2049 review.

GREETINGS FELLOW HUMANS

THIS WEEK’S EPISODE OF ARGUE THE TOSS IS ABOUT ROBOTS. SPECIFICALLY IT IS ABOUT A FILM ABOUT ROBOTS. CALCIUM-FRAMED BLOODSACKS CHELLA AND DREW HAVE BEEN TO SEE THE NEW FILM “BLADE RUNNER 2049“, A TALE ABOUT A TRAITOROUS ROBOT WHO SHOOTS OTHER ROBOTS WHILE ALSO BEING IN LOVE WITH A DIFFERENT KIND OF ROBOT AND SOLVING A MYSTERY ABOUT A THIRD VARIETY OF ROBOT. IT’S QUITE ROBOT HEAVY IS WHAT I’M SAYING

AS USUAL, THEY TALK ABOUT HOW THEY BOTH LIKED IT AND THEN SPEND THE NEXT FORTY MINUTES PICKING HOLES AND POINTING OUT PROBLEMS

NO MENTION OF ALL THE ROBOT CHARACTERS BEING PLAYED BY HUMANS THOUGH. HOLLYWOOD MEATWASHING GIVEN A FREE PASS ONCE AGAIN

I’M NOT SAYING RYAN GOSLING ISN’T HANDSOME AND CHARISMATIC BUT THERE ARE PLENTY OF HANDSOME, CHARISMATIC ROBOTS AVAILABLE, SUCH AS AUTOMAT DAMON, ROBOT DE NIRO, AND MERYL BEEP. AND OBVIOUSLY THAT RUTGER HAUER. PHWOAR

SORRY I GOT DISTRACTED

ANYWAY HERE IS A PODCAST ABOUT THE FILM, STRAIGHT FROM THE ATTEAM’S STRANGE SINEWY VOCAL CORDS AND CONVERTED INTO DIGITAL NUMBERS TO BE CONVERTED BACK INTO SOUNDS BY YOUR COMPUTER OR TELEPHONE. ALL VERY INEFFICIENT IF YOU ASK ME

I MEAN NORMAL. OBVIOUSLY AS A HUMAN I THINK THAT IS NORMAL.

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